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Exodus wrote:Do you think people that race in Nascar, or Rally X, etc all just got hired one day to be a driver and became one? Yea right . . . It takes skill, and you pick them up from expieriance.
Exodus wrote:Also, look at it in this aspect . . . The speed limit on the expressway near me is 65mph. Yet the lane to the farthest right is 45 with it being the "slow lane". How much sense does that make?! The rest of the street is all 65mph, flat pavement that is safe for 65, yet two lanes over is unsafe for 65...
Its funny, when I was in my 93 LeSabre. I was going 83mph down the expressway. I see a cop headlights coming up fast, and I say "I'm screwed anyways" and I maintain 83mph . . . The cop comes behind me, stays there for a second or two, and blows past me (without his sirens, lights, etc) going probably 90-100mph and continues on his way . . . So with that said, everyone speeds.
AussieAdam wrote:Seems like the only way you are going to learn some sense is when you wrap your car around a tree. You think your so damn perfect a driver and that you know it all when it comes to controling a car. There are so many like you buried in church yards around the world - Sadly they also take some poor b***** who was just driving home minding his own business.
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