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    Smile Driver's theory??

    What the hell is that? it is just a drivers license...it isnt like you are a chemist.

    I drive a 66 chevy el camino...

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    Driver's Theory is what the skool calls it.
    Basically, we go over the whole Driver's Manual that the state of New Jersey provides.
    The teacher gives us a bit more and better information than it what is in the book, sometimes.
    You don't get your license in the class, you just take the written test, get a certificate stating that you passed and then you can use that certificate to get 10% of insurance--said to be a big help.

    Ha! And there is no way I'm a chemist! I got a B in Biology last marking period! This marking period, I'm not doing better . I think I'll get a C or a C+ this marking period .

    And the skool rules for me (which are changing next year, but doesn't include me) requires you to take 3 years of science. Right now I am on my second year of science and that's it, there is no way I am taking Chemistry! Hell no~! I ain't interested in that, so why take it? You take courses because you are interested in them .

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    yes honeybee...i meant own and drive.
    Murphy's Law comes to mind..if something can go wrong, it
    will (or something like that), especially with cars
    Matthew, that is SO true.

    Dim

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    My first car was a tractor. A John Deere. Nothing runs
    like a Deere.

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    Hey Defarm, so was mine! I now have a 90 Toyota Cresida 2.5 GLI

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    1999 Suzuki Baleno

    Minor modifications (just so it moves a bit faster)....
    Gentile or Jew,
    O you who turn the wheel and look to windward,
    Consider Phlebas, who was once handsome and tall as you...

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    Well...it's my driving instructor's - after that I'd be driving my mum's Vauxhall Corsa.
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    1998 Pontiac Grand Am
    1995 Silverado Extended Cab - (which will soon be traded for a 1998 Durango)
    Normal is boring...

    smh

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    Katie,

    I'm from England and I live in the sticks. What's a 'suburban'?
    Gentile or Jew,
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    Kind of hard to describe but here.....


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    Bloooody hell!

    Over here, we call that a BUS!!!!
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    Consider Phlebas, who was once handsome and tall as you...

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    I live out in the desert. It's great for hauling kids to soccer games, going off-road etc. I'll never get stuck with a carload of teenagers in the desert again...

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    I'm from England and I live in the sticks.
    I thought you were a Manc.
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