Unassumption wrote:All my life I've seen people drive and thought it was as easy as walking. Since I tried learning to drive, I've began sympathizing with my youngest nephew who's learning to walk. I hope it becomes as natural as typing one day XD
Like with any skill in life, practice makes perfect.
BRMBug wrote:Driving a manual can be tricky. With an automatic, it's pretty much point-and-shoot... so to speak.
It's tricky only if you're not used to it. Once you get the hang of it, it goes smoothly.
I've never tried driving an automatic. Not many people have them here. my CEO does, but I'm not crazy enough to ask him to let me try it.
I am putting an end to it and getting a car when I get my dosh soon and move out. I just hope old ladies are not out and about when I try and drive.
Plants stuff their pollen everywhere, all those kids who get allergies because of pollen have plant sperm in their lungs. Flowers deep throat kids :I
Also apparently we have a lot of sh*tty drivers around Boston. Which makes sense because if people don't give you a chance to merge and they keep swerving in and out of lanes...well, people are just asking for trouble around here!!
So pretty much, I don't drive because I don't give people enough space..and people won't give ME the proper space to move around safely
As I was driving down the 5 on Thursday (July 4) to make the Simi Valley firework show on time, I could see that I was going to be late. By the time I got there the show was over. There was a terrible accident with the fireworks and many people were hurt
Apparently a few fireworks went off to start the show in a normal manner, and then all of the remaining fireworks went off at the same time
The fireworks actually went into the crowd. By the time I arrived it was all over.
It seems that the company that put on the Simi Valley show has a history of "Accidents"
http://ktla.com/2013/07/06/company-in-s ... accidents/
I'm afraid my lack of depth perception is going to make me a horrible driver.
I couldn't read a numberplate 15 feet from me but they still let me drive :S
I guess it's been a while, but you know I haven't forgotten this place.
And it's pretty dark in here, too.
I have seen that the book of mormon is finally coming to the UK so i might get to see that. Maybe.
People can't have more than one perspective at a particular time. This limits even the best of us; Darwin saw the data the guy who discovered genetics did but it didn't lead him to that fact because his perspective wasn't right for that. We need lots of other people with different views to mutually point out when each of us makes mistakes and to see things each other overlooks, at least that's how it seems to me.
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