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Big John is a Roddick tard lol
Big John in this context is Isner. Not the poster
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Maybe Isner is a Roddick tard, anyway, no?
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Very likely I would say
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How was your red cross class thingy?
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I was playing a game , Heroes of Might and Magic V, but I only have the Demo and I can't buy it anywhere. Quite sad.
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It was good. tomorrow is the exam and should I pass, I get the certificate
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That game is ancient. I think it's from five years ago, you won't find many copies around.
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It was good. tomorrow is the exam and should I pass, I get the certificate
Best of luck. You'll succeed without luck anyway!
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Of course practice is key, but one never wants to practice something they're not very good at. It's only natural.
That's true -- unless it's something you are very motivated to learn. I love driving. I did some very bad things when I was young because I wanted to drive so badly. I waited until everyone was asleep, and took out the car. I was 13, but I knew how to drive, and I wanted to drive the car with no one in the car with me. Don't' ask why. I knew I would be fine, and I was fine. I only did it twice.

I think living in such a metropolitan area there's less incentive to drive. You have such good public transportation. Here, if a kid wants freedom, the car is the only way.
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That's true -- unless it's something you are very motivated to learn. I love driving. I did some very bad things when I was young because I wanted to drive so badly. I waited until everyone was asleep, and took out the car. I was 13, but I knew how to drive, and I wanted to drive the car with no one in the car with me. Don't' ask why. I knew I would be fine, and I was fine. I only did it twice.

I think living in such a metropolitan area there's less incentive to drive. You have such good public transportation. Here, if a kid wants freedom, the car is the only way.
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I think you're right there. If you have a passion for something, no matter what your standard is, you are more likely to practice. It's actually more obvious when put like that.

That's also another very valid point. I can get almost everywhere I want by using a combination of public transport and walking, which I don't mind doing. I'm almost reliant on it too much.
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I had 2 accidents in one day once
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That's true -- unless it's something you are very motivated to learn. I love driving. I did some very bad things when I was young because I wanted to drive so badly. I waited until everyone was asleep, and took out the car. I was 13, but I knew how to drive, and I wanted to drive the car with no one in the car with me. Don't' ask why. I knew I would be fine, and I was fine. I only did it twice.

I think living in such a metropolitan area there's less incentive to drive. You have such good public transportation. Here, if a kid wants freedom, the car is the only way.
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They were both very small things. They were the only ones, but I was close sometimes. When you get your driving license you want to show off so that other people see that you drive very well, when in fact, you don't.
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