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Old 04-11-2011, 02:41 PM   #29
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My wife and I just got our FL license renewed. Our local news plus numerous flyers told applicants to go to gathergoget.com. Everything is there to prepare for the renewal.

I hope something positive comes out of it. No one complained while we were there and service was fast. 7 year renewal.

A while back FL Highway Patrol started enforcing an old law that required 3/4 ton and above pickup owners to have a class D license. Lots of tickets written. I decided to get the class D and had to re-take the test.
It was stupid because if you had a truck or SRV with a GVWR of 8000 you had to have one. But you didn't need it for a 30000 lb motorhome.

Finally they change the law.

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Old 04-11-2011, 03:47 PM   #30
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I hope I answered your question.

Us "trained killers" know what to use in any situation.

Here's one for you, I can rip a soda pop can in half with my bare hands. Do I then have a potential cutting weapon? "Excuse me, stewardess, can I have a full can of diet coke?"

Oh! Does the Black Polymer Knife show up on x-ray?

There are just to many things out there that can slip by HS.

I'm not giving out any more of my "tips." I'm going to keep them to myself and other Marines to fight the bad guys, if needed.

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