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    Getting your drivers license in Jakarta the easy way!

    I know we shouldnt support KKN (Korruption, Kullusion, and Neoptism) but I've heard stories of even Indo friends being given the run around when doing to get their license. (one chinese indo friend took 3 days to get her drivers license).

    Using agents may cost more, but it gets the job done.

    This year, I used a local friendly sergeant in the area.

    For 600,000 rupiah, I had a private police escort, we took the tollways and busways, drove through every red light.

    At the office he jumped every queue and it literally took me 29 minutes from start to finish!


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    I loved the irony of this sign seen there,

    "Indeed, we may not be perfect, but we are trying !"

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    said police car!

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    R.I.P.


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    Stoopid bloody hat that copper is wearing, bet he feels like a right dick head having to wear something as dumb as that.

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    that weren't the copper, twas some twat that was not invited to be in that photo, let me tell you!

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    How much did the twat win for that dare?

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    no idea,

    but a Sanctimonious French twat on another channel has written

    Jeez... KKN stands for Korupsi, Kolusi dan Nepotisme... maybe you should try to learn a bit more about it, starting by learning how to spell it and the damage it is doing in the country you are living in... Maybe then we can hope that you won't be parading next year for your SIM renewal.

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