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July 25, 2009

SHE HAS A PLACE IN FLORIDA

An Ohio BMV worker was supervising road tests while her own license was suspended.

(Thanks to Chuck Cody)

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Hmmm...it's good that they are only going to suspend her for a week and that they are never going to question her good judgement.

Semi-related post/warning:

My youngest is in the process of getting her Florida driver's license. You have been warned.

Hey, she forgot to pay the ticket, okay?

Sheesh.

I'm sure she'll be as good a driver as her mother, Siouxie.

;)

Maybe she was going by the old saying, "Those that can, do. Those that can't teach." Apologies to any teachers on the blog.
Siouxie have you ridden with your daughter driving yet?

You're right, Jeff. I have yet to kill a person. I hit one (technically, HE hit MY car).

cindy, I ride with her driving all the time. Now she's taking a couple of lessons so she can get more of the technical stuff down and then he'll take her to get the test.

Pray for us ;-)

I'll go one better Siouxie. I'll say a rosary for you. I did it for all my kids.

Lucky that the applicant had that wreck, or she might never have learned about the suspension.

I always love the show "Cops" when people act surprised when informed that there are warrants out for them or their licenses are suspended. Obviously, if you ignore a problem long enough, it goes away.

Teaching from experience is invaluable ... or something like that.

The government can not run the BMV correctly, and we want to let them take over our healthcare?

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