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as much as I love my angel ornaments and all my crystals n sh*t...please, what a load of b*ll, ye write a cosmic order then win a tenner on the lotto and dodge a bus on the way oot from pickin yer winnings up and crossin road to the chinese..as that bus is always spot on 3 minutes earlier before now..gets in the papers nowadays..eff me!

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Belly LaughLmfao.... write a cosmic order and win a tenner...

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Place your bets - woman, boy racer, miss daisy or flash git???


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defo a blonde, it's white..no roof, mistook that tree for the latest brazilian trim   don't mean to be pernicaty.pernikity..pernickety..erm purnikuti?!?!?  but is that bottom corner doublin back or ah'ma tipsy,woohoo who needs lsd!!

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NoIT WAS A MAN!! 67 year old bloke who tried to reverse into a space, when his foot got jammed between the brake and the accelerator. Duh. Check out the thread 'In case you missed it' for full details ON HOW NOT TO PARK YER MOTOR...


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Restrictions on new drivers urged

21 September 2010
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Restricting newly qualified drivers could save 200 lives a year, researchers claim

Banning newly qualified young motorists from driving at night, drinking alcohol and carrying passengers of a similar age would save 200 lives a year and result in 1,700 fewer injuries, research suggests.

The Cardiff University study, presented at an international road safety conference in London, backs the introduction of Graduated Licensing (GDL) for those aged 17 to 24 for up to two years after passing their driving tests.

Similar schemes are already operated in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and parts of the US.

The Cardiff team analysed road accident data in the UK from 2000 to 2007 to estimate the number of lives that could be saved by the restrictions.

One in five new motorists crashes within six months of passing their driving test and the researchers said many accidents could be prevented and costs to the NHS reduced by GDL.

Dr Sarah Jones, who led the research, said: "GDL works in other countries and there's no good reason why it wouldn't work here."

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  • Matthew Alston, 18, was still double the drink-drive limit at 7am after party. His company director father Andrew, 46, launches awareness campaign.

Mangled wreckage: Matthew Alston lost control of his black Vauxhall Corsa on a bend



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2240839/Tragic-student-Matthew-Alston-Burnley-Lancashire-dies-drink-driving-smash--morning-AFTER.html#ixzz2Di4sV81k


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That’s truly insane. How someone can really give car to his five-year kid even when she isn’t in senses. My uncle who works for a DUI attorney Los Angeles even had never listened to anything similar.
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