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gav (2710)

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Friday July 18, 2003
08:51 AM

Driving Test! Part Deux

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So I passed. Go me!

There was some added excitment when I hit a plastic milk bottle that was in the middle of the road which then got stuck under the car. I had to stop, crawl under the car to try to fish it out, get back in and reverse a bit and pull it out. Then I ran (as in rolled very very slowly) a stop light and my instructor bitched for the next ten minutes about I would get a $100 ticket from the cops that weren't there. He still passed me which was nice.

Now I can go buy a gun, or vote.

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  • How does getting a driver license enable you to buy a gun, or vote?
    • It says it right at the bottom:
      Licensee is allowed to purchase firearms and vote at will.
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      You are what you think.
      • But, what if there is no election? I mean, I can see where buying a firearm [nra.org] at any time might be necessary. But, just voting at will sounds like it could be, well, dangerous!
        • Based on the last presidental election, having a license to vote is more dangerous than people who own guns!