While not too common, epilepsy puts people around you in danger if you happen to be wielding 3000 pounds of car. In the land down under, a senior public affairs officer experienced an epileptic fit just before his vehicle pushed a sedan across the median onto oncoming traffic - resulting in three deaths. We're not sure about laws abroad, but doctors in the U.S. are required to report epileptic conditions to the DMV, which in turn will suspend your license indefinitely. Urge to make offensive, off color epilepsy joke subsiding…subsiding…gone.
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