History Headscratchers / CanadasWorstDriver

22nd Apr '18 6:00:30 PM Whitewings
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** Scott was kicked off by his nominator when he lost insurance. Colin was kicked off not simply for attitude but for being actively malicious. Neither of these applied to Krystal.
3rd Jan '18 9:12:06 AM RhetoricalCloud
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* So is the show not allowed to expel people anymore? Only reason I'm asking is Season 12's Krystal really did not care about rehab at all, showed a poor attitude to the panel and Andrew, and yet she was not expelled compared to Colin and Scott.
14th Nov '17 1:05:33 AM fireheart
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* Why did Colin take Police Foundations courses at his college, if he looks down on Police?

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* Why did Colin take Police Foundations Foundation courses at his college, if he looks down on Police?Police?
** My guess would be that he had the "old boys club" mentality that some cops (and wannabe cops) have and he figured that by becoming a cop, he'd be able to do what he pleased and not get in trouble for it. Boy howdy, reality needs to ensue.
7th Sep '17 10:52:29 AM ChampionSonAmyFan362
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* Why did Colin take Police Foundations courses at his college, if he looks down on Police?
13th Jun '17 8:06:35 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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*** [[http://www.losteye.com/depthper.htm Turns out]], depth perception doesn't have much effect on driving. Or a lot of things.

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*** [[http://www.losteye.com/depthper.htm Turns out]], [[RealityIsUnrealistic depth perception doesn't have much effect on driving. Or a lot of things.things]].
1st Apr '17 11:50:52 AM maxwellsilver
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** Canada uses indictable offenses, not felonies. But, yes, intentionally trying to run someone over with a car is assault with a weapon, an indictable offense under the Criminal Code of Canada. Presumably, has she not apologised, they would have pursued criminal charges.

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** Canada uses indictable offenses, not felonies. But, yes, intentionally trying to run someone over with a car is assault with a weapon, an indictable offense under the Criminal Code of Canada. Presumably, has had she not apologised, they would have pursued criminal charges.
1st Apr '17 11:50:36 AM maxwellsilver
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** Canada uses indictable offenses, not felonies. But, yes, intentionally trying to run someone over with a car is assault with a weapon, an indictable offense under the Criminal Code of Canada. Presumably, has she not apologised, they would have pursued criminal charges.



** The way that she was driving and the fact that she lost control while driving distracted caused her to get the styrofoam block under her wheels (from what I can see). The car was bouncing pretty solidly by that point so it wouldn't surprise me.

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** The way that she was driving and the fact that she lost control while driving distracted caused her to get the styrofoam block under her wheels (from what I can see). The car was bouncing pretty solidly by that point so it wouldn't surprise me.me.
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2nd Jan '17 6:35:46 AM JMQwilleran
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** Heck, Sholom from Season 11 flat out admitted that if ''he'' got his license, there was definately something amiss.

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** Heck, Sholom from Season 11 flat out admitted that if ''he'' got his license, there was definately definitely something amiss.
** One thing that's noted is that certain things you would expect to be covered as essential driving knowledge on driving tests in fact isn't covered.
1st Jan '17 4:50:55 PM MrInitialMan
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* ''How'' these people get their licenses is something that puzzles even the host and experts!

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* ''How'' these people get their licenses is something that puzzles [[InUniverse even the host and experts!experts]]!




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** Heck, Sholom from Season 11 flat out admitted that if ''he'' got his license, there was definately something amiss.
15th Nov '15 12:20:20 AM fireheart
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* How the freaking hell did Chanie nearly flip the car?

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* How the freaking hell did Chanie nearly flip the car?car?
** The way that she was driving and the fact that she lost control while driving distracted caused her to get the styrofoam block under her wheels (from what I can see). The car was bouncing pretty solidly by that point so it wouldn't surprise me.
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