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Jun 22, 2014


Max Hailperin

One wonders whether any of Seifert, Zeller, Kuisle, Newman, Severn, and Westrom has ever traveled outside the United States in a country that had a non-English dominant language and recognized (as most countries do) drivers licenses from the US -- and if so, whether they chose to exercise the driving privilege that country extended to them, or instead declined it on the grounds that they would be an unsafe driver without the ability to read scrolling signs.

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