Teenage drivers. . Oh you' re 19 and you drive a F' orgone. Meet Rodolfo Espinoza, He drives this he is also 19. Not trying to be a douche, but he's a petty officer. He's not driving . Teenage drivers Oh you' re 19 and you drive a F' orgone Meet Rodolfo Espinoza He drives this he is also Not trying to be douche but he's petty officer He's not driving
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - leathermanshadow
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Not trying to be a douche, but he's a petty officer. He's not driving ****.
#222 to #1 - anon id: 7e60f7e6
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Actually he is the one driving it. It's from a documentary...
#7 to #1 - charonodaemon
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The Nukes have control though.
User avatar #11 to #7 - Endofzeeworld
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My dad was a nuke. Said the only reason he left the navy is because the other nukes were weird as ****.
User avatar #48 to #11 - Vo Spader
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Nukes are so ******* weird. They instantly think things are complicated. When someone says that you're nuking something in the navy is because you're over thinking it.

source: im in the navy.
User avatar #202 to #48 - necrophyxia
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As an ex-nuke... yes

I was one of the semi-normal ones and got shunned for it. Go figure, right?

I was also one of like five who liked sports over WoW... But I ended up having a year of WoW payed for by a friend just because he thought he could convert me, so it was k
#88 to #48 - charonodaemon
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Absolutely, ever hear the 50/50 90 rule?
#87 to #11 - charonodaemon
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We're definitely weirdos. Glad I left.
#90 to #87 - charonodaemon
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Forgot to add being a glorified janitor doesn't help too much either.
User avatar #210 to #1 - candlejackismyhomi
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He's a QM3. They aren't going to let him drive.
A QM1 (Still a petty officer, just by the way) would be able to take the helm when given.
QMC and up would be able to take it when they wanted.
User avatar #6 to #1 - furrysheaperd
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of course he is driving something the mop bucket on wheels to his co's toilet
User avatar #34 - fuckberries
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I can ride a bike.
User avatar #37 to #34 - reginleif
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with no handlebars.
User avatar #38 to #37 - fuckberries
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no handlebars
User avatar #46 to #38 - spookyghostparty
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JUST A CITY BOY
User avatar #53 to #46 - reginleif
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this is why we can't have sexy things. :/
#54 to #53 - spookyghostparty
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I will not apologize for art.
#82 to #38 - anon id: 65fa7a19
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Look at me.
User avatar #188 to #82 - zionsype
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Ew your ugly
#10 - shekoru
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Im 20 if that counts and I drive(fly) this
User avatar #169 to #10 - animedudej
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i flew a A320 sim at the age of 13
#246 to #10 - mcquiston
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I want to take up flying, but it's £110 a lesson here
User avatar #259 to #246 - leetboy
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You could get experience from a College or University and get a Bachelors while getting your hours and licenses. Or pay a ton of money per flight and try to get your ratings that way... If you haven't, you should try an introductory flight, to see if you really do want to fly.
#252 to #10 - iscreamsonday
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u wot m8? im in teh us air force and will evasive maneuver your ass
pic related, my 3.1 million dollar plane,
User avatar #265 to #252 - takesomemorewater
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A.K.A. "Pic related, it's me and my bitch"
User avatar #267 to #10 - popnotes
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I'm 12 and what is this?
User avatar #268 to #10 - pistro
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2 old m8
User avatar #12 to #10 - altairibnlaahad
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I'm 18 and fly that too.
User avatar #14 to #12 - shekoru
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nice do you have any ratings? or are you just recreational?
User avatar #15 to #14 - altairibnlaahad
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Working on finishing my PPL right now, trying to get instrument rating by the end of spring.
User avatar #20 to #15 - andiminius
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Fellow private pilot here. Sup, dudes? I'm at Ohio University.
User avatar #21 to #20 - altairibnlaahad
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University of Central Missouri here.
User avatar #24 to #21 - andiminius
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Are you working on a four-year degree?
User avatar #25 to #24 - altairibnlaahad
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Yup.
User avatar #27 to #25 - andiminius
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Enjoy the climb! Hopefully your AVN department has their **** sorted out unlike mine.
User avatar #19 to #15 - shekoru
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nice i got mine like 3 days ago (still riding the excitement). And my instructor wants me to get some solo hours before going for instrument. But your gonna have to get a lot of hours quickly to get it before spring. I guess that about 5 months. But good luck, hope your test (when you take it) was as relaxed and easy as mine.
User avatar #26 to #19 - fjisforfgts
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Is learning to be a private pilot expensive? It's just something that's cool as **** that I wouldn't mind trying
User avatar #28 to #26 - andiminius
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It's incredible expensive if you pursue licenses through a four-year college. Much cheaper to attend a flight school.
User avatar #29 to #28 - fjisforfgts
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So you can actually go to college for this, or just take lessons separately.. Am I correct? Sorry for being a ******* idiot when it comes to this ****. Never spoken to someone who has done it so I have no knowledge on the topic.
User avatar #30 to #29 - andiminius
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Don't worry, bro. I enjoy teaching people about aviation. You can do either, yes. Going to a four-year college gives you the advantages of a degree (B.A. in most schools), usually comes with gaining connections within the industry and students of Part 141 schools (higher-demanding classes) can sometimes be hired on by companies below their standard flight time requirements.
There are other, independent flight schools that teach aviation exclusively, are often not Part 141 but graduate you with the same ratings (licenses). Their a better choice if you don't intend on flying for airlines, charter companies or fly corporately.
User avatar #31 to #30 - fjisforfgts
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That's interesting. Unfortunately my .001 GPA probably ****** me out of that career opportunity, but I'd definitely try it out at a cheap flight school. Thanks for the info, best of luck with your piloting.
User avatar #32 to #31 - andiminius
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It would be difficult to get into a college with a GPA like that, haha. But if you're ever interested in the future, I urge you to go to your local airport on the weekend and find where the old pilots hang out. In the case of my airport, you'll find them in the dispatch office watching Bonanza. Ask them what flying is like in the area and about any local flight schools. As you can plainly see with me, pilots love sharing knowledge and they'll be more than happy to be your gateway into the industry.
Thanks for your wishes!
User avatar #271 to #26 - shekoru
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it can get expensive depending on who you do it through. Like at the place where i get my instruction they estimate about 7K for private, that includes plane, fuel and instructor time and tests.
User avatar #261 to #26 - leetboy
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A cheap flight school is best if you just want your PPL, but if you want to pursue aviation as a career, then definitely college for 4 years. You could always get your PPL first, then transfer to a college if you feel its the right thing.
User avatar #23 to #19 - andiminius
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And congrats on your new rating!
User avatar #22 to #19 - andiminius
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*Bumping you back into the conversation now that I'm here*
#61 to #10 - kuchikirukia
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I was flying one of these at 8; takeoffs and landings off grass stips in my early teens. (Having a dad who's a flight instructor has its advantages)
Moving to a tricycle gear on paved runway was like, "Who turned the difficulty down to Novice?"

#3 - kingoflint
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Aircraft carriers are cool and all, but I'll take the Porsche
#4 to #3 - anon id: 5bd1b5f8
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i take the aircraft carrier and then TAKE your porche!
#5 to #4 - kingoflint
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touché anon, touché
User avatar #9 to #4 - thecakeislegit
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What are you going to do? Send a jet to hit it with hell fire missiles? Cause then you'd have less rockets and a pile of scrap metal.
User avatar #8 to #4 - shinku
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>implying the person sailing the carrier can fly the jets or shoot the cannons or take the ship on land or even has any say on where the carrier goes at any time or even has the freedom time or effort to find the person with the porsche and take it from them
User avatar #44 to #3 - imnotkickthecat
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Ill take both and drive the porshe around in circles on the carrier or something like that.
User avatar #221 to #44 - mrblueftw
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I think you would need a boat to drive around a aircraft carrier.
User avatar #138 to #3 - europe
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But if you sell the aircraft carrier you could buy lots of porsche cars
#47 - Vandeekree
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Yeah, but it's not even his, it's his uncle's ride.
#33 - infinitereaper
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And then there is me
User avatar #160 to #33 - picklemanatee
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That actually looks pretty sick. Whats the mpg on that beast
User avatar #179 to #160 - infinitereaper
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.75 bike power and 1 whole cart power per pedal.
User avatar #184 to #33 - zapperxxx
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looks kind of hard to turn, or is it just me?
#55 - superduperpuper
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Oh you marines, trying to get us into the army 8/10 would consider if I was from America
User avatar #58 to #55 - therealtjthemedic
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>navy
>marines
>army
**** ****** what are you doing
User avatar #66 to #58 - alstorp
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>If i was from America

He's not American, don't blame him.
User avatar #84 to #66 - Mahazama
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Doesn't take an American to associate a warship with the Navy...
User avatar #108 to #84 - hudis
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A lot of Europeans don't really differentiate between army and navy in everyday speech because we don't care. Mind you, for some it's a matter of spite (intentionally not differentiating between them) simply because of how war-obsessed a lot of Americans are. Which is fair enough, in my opinion.
#137 to #108 - Mahazama
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"War-obsessed"
You're going to generalize 300 million of us as war-obsessed?
And this European is here trying to convince me he's not a complete ignoramus.
European ignorance is a much more subtle, elusive kind of ignorance when compared to American ignorance. You see, the European tells himself that because of his (very debatably) "superior" education and his government-dependent lifestyle, and his "culture" (AKA millions of radical minorities overrunning Europe) that somehow your average European has a qualiative edge over your average American. The only thing you've got over us is an extreme form of self-obsession and arrogance.
User avatar #139 to #137 - hudis
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I didn't generalise. I said "a lot of Americans". Not half, not the majority, not most. A lot of. That can be any number.
#103 - Sagetwentyone
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i'm also 19 and i drive this beauty
#107 to #103 - ronjeremysweiner
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invisible boat, invisible licence
#212 - drmrniceguy
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I'm 18, almost 19 and I drive this, a 2008 Acura TL


>inb4 privileged and rich

I have to pay for my own insurance ($150 / month for a white male under 25) and gas, which is 17 mpg. Also a hand me down. But oh, do I love my car
#215 to #212 - anon id: 66315df9
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You ARE privileged and rich, you ******* FAGGOT.
User avatar #214 to #212 - laelaps
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Getting a car as a hand-me-down is privileged ya damn cunt.
#217 to #214 - drmrniceguy
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Sure, sure... but a real privileged teenager would not have to pay for his own gas and insurance, am I correct on this? Especially as expensive as this is per month? (around 250-300 with gas and maintenance)   
   
I mean, I'm not looking for confidence in my life here because I already have it, but I do have a job, work ethic, and I'm a college student at a community college. Definitely low on the privileged scale.   
   
I also had to fork out 500 dollars of me own moulah for my iphone 5s. >inb4 android master race   
   
   
Oh boy, i feel the thumbs of maroon persuasion...
Sure, sure... but a real privileged teenager would not have to pay for his own gas and insurance, am I correct on this? Especially as expensive as this is per month? (around 250-300 with gas and maintenance)

I mean, I'm not looking for confidence in my life here because I already have it, but I do have a job, work ethic, and I'm a college student at a community college. Definitely low on the privileged scale.

I also had to fork out 500 dollars of me own moulah for my iphone 5s. >inb4 android master race


Oh boy, i feel the thumbs of maroon persuasion...
User avatar #220 to #217 - laelaps
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An unprivileged teenager has to pay for gas, insurance, AND their own ******* car. Privileged kids are the kind of kids who take for granted how ******* lucky they are to even have a car that was GIVEN top them. Instead you just focus on, "but oh guys, I have to pay for insurance/gas... it's sooo difficult, I'm not privileged at all"

Yea, there are more privileged teens than you, but don't try and play it off like you diidnt get a huge favor from your parents.
#227 to #220 - drmrniceguy
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Look. I am VERY gracious for my car. I don't blame you for not knowing that, because you don't know anything about me other than a couple sentences and a picture on the internet.

I feel humbled every day when I go to work, school, everything and I see people with better credentials, who make more money than me and they have a ****** 30 year old compact car.

I hate having to defend myself, but I got myself into this position I suppose.

This was my previous car. AKA, Laura, or the Sex Machine on Wheels. I had it for 2 years. It didn't have air conditioning. It's KBB value is sitting at around $1900 and I paid $500 for it, coming from my deadbeat half brother.

The Acura is something I'll keep for about a decade. I'm also on my way to becoming an MD, and that was part of the deal.

That probably gives you a little better of a picture, I hope!
#229 to #227 - desiduratum
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Nice parking skillz.
#263 to #229 - drmrniceguy
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Thanks, bro
Thanks, bro
User avatar #230 to #212 - picklemanatee
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Its only a $10k+- car.... Acting like he drives a 40k+ car
User avatar #231 to #230 - picklemanatee
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"Acting like he drives a 40k+ car" As in people are acting like he is, Not him...
User avatar #251 to #212 - capslockrage
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That car is ****, why would anyone call you privileged?
User avatar #216 to #212 - iamwilldabeast
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Prepare yourself for the red thumbs..
#218 to #216 - drmrniceguy
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Standing my ground. Lol America.
Standing my ground. Lol America.
#92 - tomtomvdp
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I'm 18 and i drive... In GTA because i can't afford a ******* car.