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Originally posted by grimreaper797
Just don't get the Cadillac CTS 2003 as 3 kids this past week died in an accident. It is now revealed it may be because of the fact most of the 2003 Cadillac CTS were recalled for a faulty bolt, that if fell out, would leave steering completely useless.
Just a small bit of information when I saw the car you listed. Completely off topic I know but 3 kids died and it might be because of that faulty car. When I saw the name I had the impulse to post the information
Originally posted by fiftyfifty
I do strongly believe that being open minded is the key to better intelligence and that strongly backs up my theory that religion and skepticism is holding the race back technologically.
Originally posted by JSR
i have no idea how to answer this.
i would say your psychologist was right then.
may i ask, what disability you were diagnosed with?
Originally posted by kallikak
My sister-in-law, who has Down's Syndrome, has had a steady decrease in her IQ over the years. Has she lost the ability to learn? No, she simply can't keep up with the learning that an average person is capable of. Her mental age and chronological age are incapable of matching up, and thus, her IQ decreases over time. But she's not getting 'more retarded' as time goes on. In fact, she's got a great wit about her, and has a very impressive vocabulary. It just takes her a lot longer to process.