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Old 09-13-2008, 01:47 PM   #31
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If everyone painted their cars Orange and Blue, I would think accidents would go down. White is more difficult to see coming down the road when turning in to traffic. I can see how there would be more white cars damaged. Though, when Mother Nature takes it out on white vehicles (per pic), that is harder to contemplate.

Speaking of Orange & Blue--are you at the game today J Wikoff? I'm watching it on BTN HD, which is nice, but I would rather be watching it in person...

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