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" And speaking of Mohnton, YoYo... Kelly McGillis has lived there for 7 years now. "<br><br>That's not far from where she took off her shirt, is it?<br><br>Detective Book bought a house around here recently - he has a daughter at the local prep school apparently.<br><br>I got my latest NJ license in 11/06, expiring in 2010. It cost between 40 and 50 bucks. I had to take several things with me to be allowed to participate; Passport, electric bill, SS card, birth certificate, etc. The NJDMV was always known as the Temple of Doom, but since the towers came down, things have been a lot more exciting. Of course you can still buy a license at the back door if you know the right people... <br><br><br>The Bill of Rights doesn't grant us our rights, it merely enumerates them.
The Bill of Rights doesn't grant us our rights, it merely enumerates them.
Loc: Yuba City, California
"I got you beat G4Dualie... my license expires in December of 2034. My current license was issued in 2003."<br><br>Yeah? When you were born, I was a sophomore in Balboa High School in the Canal Zone of Panama. I'd had a driver's license for a couple of years already and was driving the beach comber...<br><br><br><br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>In the Province of Ontario we must pay $75 every 5 years for a driver's license...<p><hr></blockquote><p>Well how else are they going to pay the salaries of the mental defectives who work in the department? I may have told the following true story over at the other place, but it is entertaining in a "what is this world coming to?" kind of way.<br><br>When my late wife was in her long decline, her condition reached the point that one or the other of her doctors had to inform the Ministry of Transportation that she should not be allowed to drive. This was no great problem for her, since she never did have a driver's licence owing to a previous medical condition. But someone in the Ministry obviously had an urge to display the might and splendour of The MoT and they were not going to let reality get in the way.<br><br>One day, she received two letters from the esteemed Ministry, which she opened in the correct order, to her delight and amusement. The first one gave her a temporary driver's licence (which, remember, she never applied for). The second one told her that they were taking it away due to her medical condition.<br><br>Bureauocracy: fuller employment for all nitwits and feebs.<br><br>[color:blue]Laz, OFI[/i]<br></font color=blue>[color:green]<br>Those are my principles, and if you don't like them... well, I have others. — Groucho </font color=green>
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