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I write this on the 2nd anniversary of our departure from Oregon. This post is for our friends Linda W and Randy S, who encouraged us to write about the differences in life beyond the experiences we would have called “normal” two years ago; this anniversary is a good time, then, to think back on some of the adjustments we’ve learned to make in foreign countries.
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I know a particular someone who might find this particularly interesting, but I’ll leave their identity out of the story. Nassau County of New York is forgiving thousands of speeding tickets issued this summer from malfunctioning speed cameras, totaling about $2.4 million in fines. 99 more words
What’s the last thing you remember about that time you didn’t get a notice that your license was suspended? That’s right, you wouldn’t remember it if it never happened to you. 374 more words
WINNIPEG – It’s becoming clear just how much better the city’s photo radar trucks have become at catching speeders.
Figures obtained by Global News Friday show the mobile units are on track to hand out twice as many tickets as they did just two years ago, thanks to newer technology introduced last year. 277 more words
WINNIPEG – Some drivers may be forgiven for feeling like it’s Christmas in July after police decided to refund fines paid on 2,574 speeding tickets. 161 more words