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#6 - apatheticalcare **User deleted account**
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#25 to #6 - secretdestroyers
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I would totally watch that every saturday...
#5 - workablenathan
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#10 - johnnygat
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#2 - thepunchedface ONLINE
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#3 to #2 - douchebuttt [OP]
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#20 - thewizsam
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#21 to #20 - Lambda
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You're not supposed to use two feet to drive an automatic. He's got a foot on the brake and one on the gas, he's braking while applying gas. You're not supposed to do that, he's braking badly.
#24 to #21 - secretdestroyers
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He's also walking badly, but I'm sure someone's already made that joke.
#9 - wrinklynewt ONLINE
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#26 to #9 - anon
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"Da" isn't a real element
#46 to #26 - tomthehippie
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SHUT UP MEG
#17 - thefunnyjunkyard
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#39 - whatasickname
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Am I the only one that thinks Skylar is a huge bitch?
#40 to #39 - moustachemustache
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Finally someone. :'D
Finally someone. :'D
#28 - Cilreve
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Why does everyone think it's such a sin to drive an automatic with two feet? Two pedals, two feet.
Why does everyone think it's such a sin to drive an automatic with two feet? Two pedals, two feet.
#30 to #28 - jacklane
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Because in emergency situations, you may accidentally accelerate instead of brake. Don't argue that it won't happen to you you. You can't argue statistics.

The reason you're taught to drive with one foot is because in those reacting times.. you might accidentally put both feet on the breaks and accelerator causing a crash.. drive with one foot you're always safe.

When you end up driving a manual, you'll be screwed.

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#33 to #30 - Cilreve
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So, it's bad because everyone has zero coordination in their feet? Sounds like a bad reason.
#36 to #33 - jacklane
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IN a panic situation you don't know what you're gonna do. You may think you know, but not really. In emergency situations, people in a car tend to brace their legs. If the driver has been trained to use both feet, she may put each foot on a pedal, instead of the loft foot slamming on the foot rest and the right foot slamming the brake.

Statistics cannot be applied to an individual. If you do this, fine. Whatever. If everyone was taught to drive this way, the crash statistics would be much much higher my *****.
#41 to #36 - Cilreve
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All I have to say is a bit of coordination goes a long ways. I've been in those panic situations. I know for a fact that the only reason I've been able to avoid accidents is because I drive with two feet. I've been criticized by friends for years, and that's by people with more tickets than I can count. And I can drive manual just fine. Guess I'm just sick of unwarranted criticism.
#42 to #41 - jacklane
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As a mechanic, I would love you as my customer.
#44 to #42 - Cilreve
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#45 to #44 - jacklane
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People who do this tend to "ride the brake" which means they have the left foot always on the pedal slightly, which causes the brake lights to stay on, AND causes extra wear on the brakes.

Brake jobs pay 2.5 hours per axle and are easy as ****. Get it done in less than an hour.
#47 to #45 - Cilreve
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Mocking. So, I guess having owned my truck since it was new, and it's seven years old(150k miles), and having just replaced the pads last summer means nothing at all. What you described is also common problem with people that drive manuals, too, except they "ride the clutch" and end up wearing out the throw-out bearing. As an off-road racer, mechanic, and engineer, it doesn't surprise me that I'm just thought of as some average, arrogant no-nothing.
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#50 to #48 - Cilreve
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Lol Excellent, you passed a test. I work as a private mechanic on tractors, cars, motorcycles, and whatever else needs fixing. I rebuild all my own stuff, my bikes and cars, and my family's stuff. I have no need for an ASE cert.
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#52 to #51 - Cilreve
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Prove what? If i don't prove what, what is fake?
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#56 to #54 - Cilreve
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What's funny about all this is you think I actually care about you or your claims. I do not care, and I need not prove anything. You seem to care, however. Good for you. I still don't care. But I'll tell you what, I'll humor you. You want something? Levi Jones, Off-Road Support. That's all the information I'm about to give out on the internet, and it's too much. You won't find certs, you won't find titles, you won't find much of anything. Why? Because I've proven my abilities to people that actually matter. And those people do not include the random people of the internet. Good night, and enjoy life.
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#58 to #57 - Cilreve
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Meh. Your response leads me believe that you didn't even try to google. I'll humor you again.

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I tried, for some reason. Oh well, back to things that actually matter, like continuing my education.
#11 - icefried
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Don't get it. Is it because he has both feet on the pedals? Is that bad when driving automatics? At first i thought his leg was on the clutch and it confused me.
#16 to #11 - ericd
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It's because he is using the breaks badly. Hence "Breaking Bad"
#18 to #11 - Cilreve
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His condition makes it hard for him to drive "the right way," which is using only one foot. So he uses both feet, and that is "braking bad." There's nothing wrong with it, but a lot of people seem to think so.