History Headscratchers / CanadasWorstDriver

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.
12th Dec '14 3:39:43 AM fireheart
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** If she hadn't apologized, I think she would have been booted. Scott never apologized.

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** If she hadn't apologized, I think she would have been booted. Scott never apologized.apologized.

* How the freaking hell did Chanie nearly flip the car?
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