Online, when I respond with one of the pre-set commands, it always shows my position. When other people respond, sometimes it says for their position. What do I have to do to be able to do that? Thanks
lol...it doesnt really show your position..it just says that...dont worry about it...no one can see you position on the other team unless they are cheating
The stupidest question I ever heard was when a police officer was giving a lecture on driving ages.
in New York State, a person can obtain a junior drivers license at 16. A junior drivers license means a person can drive to work and back on their own. No where else.
This woman got up and said "But my daughter says that she can drive to school".
the cop goes "No, she can't. Its illegal. To work and back only".
the woman says "Are you sure??"
He says "Do I need to repeate myself again for people like you?"
so you see, with idiots like that woman, you are smart.
Lol in ks 14 u can get your learners drive w/ some one 21 or older, 15 restricted work & school or anywhere w/ someone 21+ & 16 full license :lol: :dance: .
in north dakota you can get ur license when ur 15 but i got mine when i was 16
Hmmmm... I live, and have lived in NYS all ny life, and I think the cop was wrong. Junior license means you cannot drive after dusk (it always was anyway, unless there was a recent change). My five year old niece was killed by a kid on a junior license (head on into my brother's car), on hes way to a party. The only ticket he got was "failure to obey a traffic signal".
When accompanied by a licensed parent, guardian, driver education teacher, or driving school instructor. Not accompanied, you may drive only directly between your home and work, a work-study program, a course at a college, university, or registered evening high school, a driver education course**, or while engaged in farm employment.
Those are the rules for Long Island, and I live on LI. Where are you?
Junior license says only collage or work.
Well I'm in Upstate (of course, he he). About 20 miles north of Utica.
I knew you were in LI, but NY as a whole is pretty big. In a sense, you can still drive to "school", just not everyday to high school. The cop could have been a little more clear...