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June 09, 2009

FLORIDA DRIVERS' LICENSES ARE ON THEIR WAY

...to this young lady, this young man, and this gentleman.

(Thanks to Baron vonKlyff and Jeff Meyerson)

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I think it was more likely the outpouring of 17 years of pent-up rage at Mom.

Dumb me. I always rode in the car with the kids when they were learning to drive. As for the second one, who paid the $10 bar tab after all this? The third one just leaves me speechless at the idiocy of bureaucracy.

Police said Monzon then left but returned a few minutes later and intentionally crashed into a garage door and light post and drove over three lawn statues.

The coworker's father then came out of the residence, and Monzon drove at him, striking him with the car, police said.

He's definitely my favorite of the trio, though the girl who hit her mom on a fence only lost on points because it was (supposedly) an accident.

Hey, had it really been Florida the blind guy would have been driving!

The mother was ON the fence?!...

Isn't George Day's problem is that he already has a driver's license licence?

"George Day from Birmingham, who was blinded at the age of seven when a brick hit him on the head.."

He wasn't hanging with Al Hirt, was he?

In case the reference was too obscure:

http://snltranscripts.jt.org/76/mgrasbacchus.phtml

From the first story:

Authorities cited the girl's 39-year-old father, for allowing an unlicensed driver to operate the vehicle.

WTFBBQ? They were in a movie theatre parking lot. Who didn't learn to drive in parking lots? That's a lot better than learning on the street...

Key quote from the second item:

"Police said Monzon then left but returned a few minutes later and intentionally crashed into a garage door and light post and drove over three lawn statues."

What kind of sick, twisted individual deliberately runs over innocent lawn statues? Throw the book at him!

Re: the second post, states the obligatory, "With friends like that, who needs enemas?"

Sorry Mom!

I hope the "lawn statues" where gnomes...creepy SOB's deserve it.

The blind guy's story just makes me blink. They didn't give him a ride home? Did they let him drive himself?

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