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08-26-2008, 12:43 PM
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Yuo domnt know mee sandmnan waht im abiout zzzzzzz...........
alllll i knoww.. is thaaaaaatt.. you.. you're aweeeeeeeesommmmmme mannnnnnnnn.. well.. dog..

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alllll i knoww.. is thaaaaaatt.. you.. you're aweeeeeeeesommmmmme mannnnnnnnn.. well.. dog..
I love you sans=man. man, i love uyou man.

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a lot.. i went to queens for a while

and i lived in saskatoon

oh and im pretty much nova scotian
Do they offer electives in drunk-typing there or something? Beaker had some epic drunk posts in the poutine thread.

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By the way.. we lost our 2nd game in our Pool (5 - 0.. not my fault).. so we're eliminated.
We won. Champions of the B-3 Category. Yay. We won our last two games combined 13-0. Pretty happy about it, especially after our two "crève-coeur" defeats in the finals in the last two finals.

Hope to see ya next season (this winter).

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Do they offer electives in drunk-typing there or something? Beaker had some epic drunk posts in the poutine thread.
Beware

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OT - Hockey book price heads up.

Just a head's up. I stopped at the Indigo book store at le Quartier 10-30 today.

The book Hockey - La Fierté d'un peuple (Hockey: A People's History) is on sale at $19.99 instead of $60. I only saw it in french. At that price I had to grab one.

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The DVD set is really cool.

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Thanks you two, I wouldn't mind getting either the book or the DVD set.

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I have the DVD set and I love it.

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The DVD is definitely worth the price. It's like 5-6 disks, each lasting about 2 hours.

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OT: Knowledge test (driving) help plz

In about 1 week I will be doing my knowledge test for driving in Quebec, and I was wondering if there was a good place where I can do quizes to test myself. This is the first time I will be doing this quiz so I want to be prepared rather than fail and do it a second time. I'm looking for a quiz/test that is more or less similar to the questions on the actual knowledge test.
Any help will be much appreciated. Thank you.

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08-30-2008, 08:44 PM
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Go on the SAAQ's website. They have the same questions that the ones on the test. Pay attention to the questions about alcohol and drugs, I had 2 or 3 of them in my exam

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08-30-2008, 08:50 PM
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He's a Bruins fan. Get 'im!

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Go on the SAAQ's website. They have the same questions that the ones on the test. Pay attention to the questions about alcohol and drugs, I had 2 or 3 of them in my exam
The questions you get are completely random. They choose out of thousands and thousands of questions.

Bottom line, read your crappy book or CD, and have some logic in you.
It's quite an easy test, or so it was 8years ago..

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The questions you get are completely random. They choose out of thousands and thousands of questions.

Bottom line, read your crappy book or CD, and have some logic in you.
It's quite an easy test, or so it was 8years ago..
Thousands? Doubt it. Lots of questions from my exam were on the online quiz.

I didn't read the book, did the questions on the website and got the apprentice license. It's really not that hard, especially if you know the signs and some driving rules. Of course, it's recommended to read the book.

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08-30-2008, 10:07 PM
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The test is very easy, I passed it a bit more than 4 years ago in less than 20 minutes. Read your book, go on Internet make some exercices and your more than ok. I didn't even go on the SAAQ website to pass my test so I think you're pretty safe with it.

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08-30-2008, 10:11 PM
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I am reading a 2001 handbook, is it ok? My cousin lent it to me. I am assuming that nothing much has changed.

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08-30-2008, 11:12 PM
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I am reading a 2001 handbook, is it ok? My cousin lent it to me. I am assuming that nothing much has changed.
It should be ok. Just make sure to try some questions in case some parts changed.

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A 2001 handbook is ok, it's still the same questions.

It's 3 sections, something like 50 questions : 20-15-15. And it's not from thousands of questions, I would be surprise if their is more than a hundred. I don't remember the exact numbers but you need to get something like 16/20, 12/15. Each test is independent, meaning that if you get two right and one wrong, you only need to take the one you got wrong.

Most place have computers, really old one, where you select your answer on a small pad, but someplace, like Shawinigan have a written exam. All questions are multiple choices with 4 possible answers. On the computer, if you get it right, you go directly to the next answer. If you get it wrong, a white box appears around the right answer.

When you take the test, you have plenty of time and it's pretty easy. So just relax and tell yourself that even if you miss a section, you're gonna be back a week from now to re-do the test with 2/3 of the same questions.

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I am reading a 2001 handbook, is it ok? My cousin lent it to me. I am assuming that nothing much has changed.
I never read the book, just practiced on the Saaq website about 10 times... the questions are the same.

Friends of mine gave me some tricks.. the only one I remember (If I do remember well) is that everytime there's "angle mort" in the answers it's the correct answer.

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One of the question I got was about the effect of alcohol on driving. One of the answers you could select was that alcohol improved your driving.

I guess what I'm trying to say is stay logical and learn their obnoxious useless metaphors (Exemple: A crash at X speed is the equivalent of a y feet fall)

The driving exam is more of a problem, especially if the person doing your evaluation is what I like to call in french a "MB Au Carré", or "Maudite B!tch Mal Baisée" which is an aging women frustrated with her sex life out to get you do it HER WAY, to the millimeter, or fail.

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I'm 1/3 into the handbook, so I will finish it by monday the latest and continue to go over the questions on the saaq site. There is like up to 100 questions for each section.

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