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54 minutes ago, mrflynn03 said:

 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.kcci.com/amp/article/city-of-pella-and-parents-address-sensitive-pool-issue/3689439

So read this and ask yourself, ls this ok? But if someone took a picture would they be in possession of child porn?

Man, things are getting ridiculous and it needs to stop. People need to quit accepting ridiculous bullshit and tell mentally deficient people they need help and quit feeding their delusions.  

Let’s leave this one alone, all. 

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49 minutes ago, FKIM01 said:

Geez oh Pete, man...I mean, I love my mama, but you can't be blamed for questioning her judgment there.  I'd definitely report him if you ever find out he has a firearm.

I have them and own all his guns. I told my mom this was coming.  She got lucky. He's doing 6 months for drug rehab at Wabash Correctional Facility.

He ain't getting them back. 

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1 minute ago, rico said:

My how the times have changed.

I was just sitting here thinking all of the things I liked to do when I was a teen, and how much of that my license allowed me to do...

Christ, without my license I woulda just went ahead and joined a monastery...

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5 minutes ago, IUFLA said:

I was just sitting here thinking all of the things I liked to do when I was a teen, and how much of that my license allowed me to do...

Christ, without my license I woulda just went ahead and joined a monastery...

My parents jumped for joy when I got my license.  It meant I could drive to and from practices, I could shuttle my sister around to and from her practices, and most importantly it meant I was actually legal driving the farm trucks up and down the roads.

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27 minutes ago, rico said:

My parents jumped for joy when I got my license.  It meant I could drive to and from practices, I could shuttle my sister around to and from her practices, and most importantly it meant I was actually legal driving the farm trucks up and down the roads.

Yep, every farm kid I knew in Martinsville had immediate 24/7/365 access to an older International Harvester pickup as soon as they got their license...

And I see you qualified "legal" as far as the farm equipment went...I'm sure you were like my farm friends...you'd been doing it for years, but once you got your license you didn't have to talk your way out of anything if you did get stopped...of course law enforcement was a little more reasonable about that kinda stuff too back then...

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1 hour ago, IUFLA said:

Kids today don't want their drivers license?  

What's the world coming to? 

Good friend of mine has 3 kids in college at same time right now so he drives Uber/Lyft during evenings for extra $. The number of kids he shuttles around he says is unreal....and none of them care much about driving or getting a license. Small sample size for sure but it's been a trend for awhile. I'm with you guys. My license meant everything....and being the youngest in my class meant I had to wait the longest.

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11 minutes ago, Seeking6 said:

Good friend of mine has 3 kids in college at same time right now so he drives Uber/Lyft during evenings for extra $. The number of kids he shuttles around he says is unreal....and none of them care much about driving or getting a license. Small sample size for sure but it's been a trend for awhile. I'm with you guys. My license meant everything....and being the youngest in my class meant I had to wait the longest.

I was the youngest in my class too, so I didn't get to take driver's ed til I was a junior...my instructor was Sam Alford...Steve's dad...he called me "lead foot." 

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8 minutes ago, IUFLA said:

I was the youngest in my class too, so I didn't get to take driver's ed til I was a junior...my instructor was Sam Alford...Steve's dad...he called me "lead foot." 

Now that's about the most popular driver's ed teacher a person could ever have, right?

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1 hour ago, Seeking6 said:

Now that's about the most popular driver's ed teacher a person could ever have, right?

He's a great guy. Always had the kids that played for him (I played JV baseball for him) and students he taught best interest at heart.

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3 hours ago, IUFLA said:

I was the youngest in my class too, so I didn't get to take driver's ed til I was a junior...my instructor was Sam Alford...Steve's dad...he called me "lead foot." 

Same here.  I wasn't the only Jr. In the group, but there weren't many of us.  Got my license 30 days after completing Drivers Ed though.  Some kids had to wait for months until they turned 16.

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