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April 24, 2009

YOU KNOW WHEN THEY SAY IT WILL GO ON YOUR PERMANENT RECORD?

They aren't kidding.

(Thanks to klezmerphan)

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Now if they were just that hard on real criminals with real criminal records, the world would be a better place.

Mom, Dad, I'll return the money I took from the dresser if you clear it from my record.

So the people running the DMV don't know that 9 years is more than 36 months? Why am I not surprised?

He should submit his high-scores on "Gran Tourismo" as a counter-arguement.

Good grief.

He should come to Florida. He's guaranteed a license here.

Umm...here's a more general question raised by this article: is it a good idea for any 15 year old to drive?

I read the statute in question several times and I must need more coffee or beer or something.

Tink,
I dunno, I was driving (on a learners) at 15. Gotta learn sometime. I'd been riding a bicycle on public streets for years. Got my first speeding ticket (well, a warning) on an old schwinn 10 speed when I was 13 or so.

Doing 30 in a 25 zone.

Steep hill.

So this means I can revoke Son #1's license becuz he started the pickup and "drove" it, pushing our parking barrier halfway to the house, when he wuz four years old? (He's 29 now ... dang! Could've saved a BUNCH of money on insurance premiums, even without callin' the Gecko ... )

He should have used his fake ID when he was six instead of the real one.

I would love to see the permanent records of some of the blog members. I was the perfect child and never caused my parents any problems. My brother, however, was a different story.

So Colorado (where I've lived for the last two years) they allow 15-year-olds to drive. I honestly didn't know this. It sure explains the standard of driving around here...

Yep, I've always been pretty perfect too.

Wait...
Oh, yeah...

...and that one...
...there was that time...
...hee-hee, forgot that one...
...the stolen stop sign, ah-huh...
...I really WANT to forget that one...
...geeze I was crocked then...
...
...
...
...
; )

*performs the "I Got Posted! Happy Happy Joy Joy Dance™"*

Mr. Wiredog, I'm afraid we're going to have to revoke your license.

Thankfully my underage records are sealed 2000 miles away and are under a different name from before my entry in the Witness Protection Program.

I ran around the front yard nekkid when I was six. Is that on my record???

Florida would have given him a license when he was 6.

*checking carefully crafted online dossier...*

Yes, I was surprisingly perfect as well.

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