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pawn75
11 years ago#31
You still have a learners permit? I finally lost that at the young age of... 20...
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friendlydude
11 years ago#32
I'll be honest, I'm a terrible driver. Plus I hate failing and you know I'll fail a bunch of times. :)

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pawn75
11 years ago#33
Eh, the test isn't that hard, and its easy to improve once you get the hang of it. I used to be a horrible driver, and now I'm pretty good. Haven't come close to an accident in over two years.
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friendlydude
11 years ago#34
I live where the roads are extremely bad from horse and buggies banging up the roads, major twists and turns and hills all over the place, of course constant weather changes, etc. I've been in a few accidents before, a long time ago from slick roads.

In another instance, from a car that didn't see us and the next thing I know our car is flipping in the air about five times and we landed in a field. I was banged up a little, but my mom was fine.

Strange though, how many years later I was at that same area, across the street getting something from a mini grocey store, and guess what happened? I seen two cars almost hit each other, but barely missed and they both went into the field. Close call.

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pawn75
11 years ago#35
Explain the horse and buggy aspect. I would really like to know what they are doing around in 2008, or why no one has bothered to fix the roads in a century.
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friendlydude
11 years ago#36
Amish people still use them all the time. Just like they use phones and even drive cars themselves (which is supposed to be against their religion, but we won't tell anyone. :)

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pawn75
11 years ago#37
Wait, you live near the Amish? Have you ever been to one of their villages?
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friendlydude
11 years ago#38
I'm glad you know who Amish are (I tried explaining it to a friend in Texas and he didn't know who they were). I have one as a neighbor. Guess what he brings me for Christmas? COOKIES!!! lol

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pawn75
11 years ago#39
I thought the Amish lived in their own seperate communities. What does your neibghor do for a living?
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friendlydude
11 years ago#40
They're farmers that spend all their time working on the fields and taking care of their hens and cows (at least, that's what mine do). Michigan and Ohio apparently also have a lot of Amish people as well. They also like to have a LOT of kids, hehe.
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