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wildwest450 10-08-2008 07:06 PM

How do people get their drivers license??
 
This person won't have theirs for long. If there wasn't a video of this you would never believe it.
Linkognito: Driver Backs Up Onto Cop Car

Brooklyn-Brewtality 10-08-2008 07:12 PM

I saw this yesterday...

stupid people are funny or dangerous, this time both

cubbies 10-08-2008 07:14 PM

Is it just me or does it sound like he continues to rev his engine long after he has mounted the car?

Judging by the sound of his voice, I would guess that this is a senior citizen. How they get their licenses could be a whole 'nother thread.

TheJadedDog 10-08-2008 07:47 PM

Anyone know where in this video was taken? As a new Boston resident let me just tell you it is like driving in the land of the moronic monkey people. I don't know how these people got or retain their driver's licenses, but I do know a way for the mayor to increase his revenues, start handing out tickets for failure to use a turn-signal; budget crisis averted.

shecky 10-08-2008 07:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheJadedDog (Post 886878)
Anyone know where in this video was taken? As a new Boston resident let me just tell you it is like driving in the land of the moronic monkey people. I don't know how these people got or retain their driver's licenses, but I do know a way for the mayor to increase his revenues, start handing out tickets for failure to use a turn-signal; budget crisis averted.

Hey, I resemble that remark and I've foisted my driving on the Nutmeggers.:rockin:

Donasay 10-08-2008 07:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheJadedDog (Post 886878)
Anyone know where in this video was taken? As a new Boston resident let me just tell you it is like driving in the land of the moronic monkey people. I don't know how these people got or retain their driver's licenses, but I do know a way for the mayor to increase his revenues, start handing out tickets for failure to use a turn-signal; budget crisis averted.

As a long time boston resident and boston driver, let me just say you need to be on top of your game to drive in this town. You also need to learn to drive like everyone else or you will cause an accident, don't ask me how it works, but it just does. Try to follow this horrible logic.

If everyone drives like an asshole they also expect everyone else to drive like an asshole and react accordingly. If you don't drive like an asshole you are liable to cause an accident, because you are not acting the way everyone else expects.

I almost got hit from behind the other day because a driver from Delaware decided it was a good idea to stop at a yield sign causing me to have to stop behind them, and the car behind me to subsequently slam on its breaks. The same thing goes for letting other people in your lane and not cutting other people off and generally being nice. You probably won't bare the full brunt of the accident, but you will be the catalist that causes one.

TheJadedDog 10-08-2008 07:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Donasay (Post 886892)
As a long time boston resident and boston driver, let me just say you need to be on top of your game to drive in this town. You also need to learn to drive like everyone else or you will cause an accident, don't ask me how it works, but it just does.

Not to worry mate, I learned how to drive in Manhattan. Mostly I just have to readjust having been living in RI (where there are no real cities) for the past 7 years. Give me a month and I will be a moronic monkey person too.

Laughing_Gnome_Invisible 10-08-2008 07:59 PM

I think you guys are being a bit hard on this person. I do that all the time. Going forward is just the same as going backward, except sometimes in the other direction. It's an easy mistake to make. :(

PS The cop rammed the back of this guy's car. In 99% of cases, the guy that rams the car in front is at fault.

hostileNabusive 10-08-2008 10:22 PM

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Originally Posted by cubbies (Post 886805)
Judging by the sound of his voice, I would guess that this is a senior citizen.

The slow, or I guess lack of reaction time, further hints you may be right!

Skins_Brew 10-09-2008 12:45 AM

I live in the DC Metro area and drive 20 miles to work everyday and I wonder what the answer to this question is EVERY DAY on my way to and from work.


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