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The art of calling shot gun...

http://www.shotgunguide.com/

I like the Australian Shotgun amendment myself...
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wow !!! so technical. ill stick to one person in the car ( my girlfriend) anyone else hits the back seat no questions.

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i file in under section 2 article 6.

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i might be under section 2 article 6, but i like to sit in the back and play the leaning game

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Wow. I could only read 2/3 of it...

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post #8 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-02-2005, 02:50 PM
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Definitely a great read, but I have one question . . .

Who on earth has the time to make something like that?

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Originally Posted by cougar_guy04
Who on earth has the time to make something like that?
It's one of those things that come to you while sitting in the back.

"Technical skill is mastery of complexity while creativity is mastery of simplicity."
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Or just get input from multiple people... like Wikipedia!!!

(I didn't know Wikipedia was created by just people submitting info until I read something about it yesterday!!!!!)

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