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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

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    Then please explain why she did not want a license. It makes no sense to me...nor have I ever seen it from any generation other than the smart-phone kids.
    She didn't feel comfortable with the risks of driving and she had no need for one, as several of her friends had theirs. Additionally, she worked at a major theme park in the area and bus service was readily available.

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    Default Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

    https://www.google.com/search?q=not+...hrome&ie=UTF-8

    Look at that Google search. The first page, at least, is full of news stories on the issue. From the WSJ to treehugger.com.

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    https://www.google.com/search?q=not+...hrome&ie=UTF-8

    Look at that Google search. The first page, at least, is full of news stories on the issue. From the WSJ to treehugger.com.
    I think that the OP should take some time to read up on it, starting with web search that you suggested. When he's done that, he'll see that his child may be more of a "regular person" by NOT having a license.

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    Not to mention folks that live in places like NYC. I know people from just about every age range up that live there that have never had a license because it isn't really necessary.
    I am the Mouse Man

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    Default Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

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    As mentioned by a previous comment, the gender of my child makes no difference. . . .

    I came here for the legal response, which was thankfully given
    Two things. First, clumsily referring to your child with plural pronouns is only going to draw attention to the matter. Had you referred to your child as "he/him" or "she/her," no one would have given it a second thought.

    Second, you asked a question about your child's other parent's ability, not a legal question. If you intended a legal question, then you really ought to answer the following question that I asked previously: "If 'both parents are responsible for education choices,' why are you referring to the other parent as 'the custodial parent'?"

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    Default Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

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    "If 'both parents are responsible for education choices,' why are you referring to the other parent as 'the custodial parent'?"
    Residential custodial parent.

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    Residential custodial parent.
    Questions directed to the OP should be answered by the OP with actual information. Speculation by others is unhelpful.

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    Questions directed to the OP should be answered by the OP with actual information. Speculation by others is unhelpful.
    It's not "speculation", rather, it's a reasoned and logical interpretation of the original post.

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    It's not "speculation", rather, it's a reasoned and logical interpretation of the original post.
    Too bad pg1067 cannot reason or interpret, nor does he understand English.

    Oh the things people do to elevate themselves above others.

  10. #30
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    The other parent is declining our child's ability to do driver's ed.
    Is this the 11-12 year old child you took to Mexico earlier this year?

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