A 65 year old woman has failed her driving test 775 times. Reasons for this is because the woman's line of work requires her to drive a truck and have her license, thus, she "attempts" to pass her driving test, only to have failed it many, many, many, times. Her attempts have cost her an astonishing $6,000 + of her own money. Adding insult to injury to her already beating ego, the woman stated to reporters that, "It takes an average of about five years to pass the test." Which the reporters responded, "That's not true, people usually pass it in a week."
I don't want to hate on this woman, she is older and maybe she can't do some of the required test criteria that is required to pass the test. But seriously, if you failed that many times, there should be a line drawn somewhere to say "STOP." What's the old saying, "Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me." Should be, "Failed once shame on you, failed 775 are you f*** stupid (sorry for being harsh).