Important Notice

It is not my intention to denigrate Saudi Arabia or its people. It’s like everywhere else, there is good and there is bad. I would rather focus on the unusual and the humourous. Offence is not intended.

“The country is not perfect. The media cannot be trusted, mistreatment of religious minorities is common and there are some that live in fear.” You can decide for yourself whether that statement is about Saudi Arabia, the UK, or any country for that matter.

To quote the Joker, “Why can’t we all just get along?”

That is all I will say about either subject.

Wednesday, 14 February 2007

Pots And Kettles

You Failed Your Driver's Test

You only got 3/10 correct.
If you have a driver's license, it needs to be revoked!

Crap! Oh well, at least I got three right. I bet a weaver wouldn't even get one. Give it a go weaver, and no, numbers three and four aren't trick questions...


Amjad said...

Some questions really depend on the country you're in. Traffic rules differ from a country to another.

I got 3/10 anyway. A friend of mine got 6/10.

Sam said...

I got a 9/10 on my first try and then went back and aimed for a 10. I guess I can be a good driver when I want to be; but that's boring. About the weavers..I think they might take their 1/10 scores to mean the opposite; meaning they get to be first place, with a 10/10 meaning last place.

Lisen said...

I got 8/10. Yay me!

Traffic rules also differ within countries. There are numerous examples of inter-province differences in Canadian traffic law. For example, I can do a left on a red from a one-way street to another one-way street in Ontario, but I'd be ticketed in Quebec.

Quebec has only recently allowed turning right on a red. The Quebec traffic cops must be cheesed. Before all they had to do was follow a car with out-of-province plates and ticket them when they inevitably did a right on a red. Now I guess they have to work a bit harder.

Life Out East said...

Oh dear, I got six. I felt sure I was on to a winner and then failed. I agree, driving rules vary from country to country. For example here in, well they have very few.