A high school credit class where you fork over $95 of your parent’s money to be yelled at by a skinny, balding, half-pint, 40-year old Caucasian loser whose only determination is to subdue every helpless senior student in order to redeem his irretrievable dignity. In order to compensate for years of well-deserved torment in his early years, he dangles the prospect of getting behind the wheel of an automobile to keep his pupils pacified.
Never sass at a driver’s ed instructor, remember, that with a switch of a pen, he can taint your criminal record for all eternity, which determines your prospects of successfully getting a job, bank credit, or college opportunities. No matter whatever he eggs you on with, whether it is inconsistent instructions for your homework, or a detraction of points from your driving record, hold it back. An assault charge is not worth sacrificing saving far more than $95 monthly on your insurance bill.
Driver's Ed Teacher: *Snort*, Nyaaah.... now, none of you are doing to make anything of your lives. If you already have a police citation, then you might as well be a ex-con employee slaving away at Wal*Mart because no professional employer with a decent perception of work ethics were to hire you... *snort snort*
I creak the table as clutch my belly holding a hard day's ass gas. He swivels his albino head in an instant shaking his scrawny finger at me...
Driver's Ed Teacher: 2 points off!
What I find surprising is how easy it is to get a driver's license in the Unites States (well, in Virginia, at least). First you get your learner's permit. This is sinfully easy, I spent two hours at the DMV waiting, and 10 minutes taking the tests. First there is a sign test, which I don't understand how someone who hasn't spent thier entire life in a barn could possably get the one question wrong to fail (there are 10 questions). Next is a "driving thoery" test, which is nothing more then common sense, however many people seem to fail that also. The next requirement is that you take classroom Driver's Education. All you have to do is sit through a boring class (you spend your whole school day doing it anyway), you will have a grand total of three tests and two homework assignments for the class, but people still fail this also. The third requirement is taking behind-the-wheel driver's education. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS DRIVE THE CAR. Listening to an adult is not hard, considering you won't have to drive with one in the car after this. But many people apperntly do not posses the motor skills/eye-hand correnadtion to 1) make a left turn 2) signal a lane ...more...