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- Mar 16, 2012
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From what I've heard, automated driving is already much better than human driving, but has to be even better to pass as usable because of an inherent distrust of computers and "someone else driving".If it was up to me, driving would be automated. Yes, I trust computers more then humans when it comes to driving. Its not even remotely close xD
On the topic of anime pet peeves, I hate characters that are drawn with uber long, stick thin legs. Or really, really, REALLY thin waists. Or arms that look too short... probably because the legs are TOO LONGThis is but one of the things I have against the anime style.
Just read this. I thought this was already common. Here, change the age from 15 to 17 (or 18), instead of waiting for a year to pass after the multi-choice exam, you wait for a few days (or a week) to get into the practice exam because they assume you already can do it. But then again, the practice exam was brutal (kind of).@Kes lol To be more specific, at age 15 you can apply for a learner's permit, which requires the passage of a multi-choice exam. Once you have that permit, you have to wait 1 year before attempting a checkride to get your license. Within this year, your are supposed to be learning to drive. The catch is, there is no set criteria of what you should be learning, nor is there any requirement of proof that you have been learning/practicing. No logs, no responsible teacher signing you off, just wait a year. That's it.
Meanwhile, our neighboring state just did away with the checkride altogether. Over there, you wait a year, and the license is yours!
There are only two reasons I do anything with my lawn and yard. My Home Owners' Association (HOA) and my wife.Probably not that unpopular but, you know what? Lawn people. If you take amazing care of your lawn and enjoy it, that’s fine of course. But, have you ever lived next to a Terry?
Terry knocks on your door Sunday afternoon because there is a stick in your yard. “Can you please move your unsightly stick?” Terry pretends that he just shoo’ed off the city from fining you while you were at the grocery store. “No, you didn’t Terry.” “How do I know that Terry? Because the ordinance is 8 inches high and my lawn is at maximum 3 inches high.” Terry is displeased you have so much clover in your backyard.
You know Terry, you’re welcome to the stick in my yard to replace the one that fell out of your bum.