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Jan 20, 2006 12:01 |  #1

Keep infants and toddlers in appropriate safety restraints. Protect your baby.


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Jan 20, 2006 12:02 |  #2

LOL...


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Jan 20, 2006 12:15 |  #3

I put it in there cuz I was seriously gonna travel like that...but then I considered the flash might snap off if it smacked the back of the seat, so I took it off. It narrows down so much I don't consider it to be that durable.


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Jan 20, 2006 19:01 |  #4

a very good announcement


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Jan 20, 2006 19:41 |  #5

I find this funny, but I do run a seat belt through my gear bag when on the road.




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Jan 20, 2006 19:43 |  #6

I always always ALWAYS buckle my camera in.


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Jan 20, 2006 20:11 |  #7

I do too... Not like this but I really do...


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Jan 20, 2006 20:39 |  #8

I run the bag's strap around the headrest. Passengers, if any, sit in the back.


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Jan 20, 2006 21:02 as a reply to Tom W's post |  #9

Good idea. I usually lay all my gear lose, waiting for the accident to happen. Then I can get some replaced gear for free. :cool:


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Jan 21, 2006 04:25 as a reply to Wazza's post |  #10

Wazza wrote:
Good idea. I usually lay all my gear lose, waiting for the accident to happen. Then I can get some replaced gear for free. :cool:

The free gear is great.... Having it surgically removed from your cranium is the bit that may not be so pleasant! ;)


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Jan 21, 2006 06:20 |  #11

My gear usually travels in the trunk, inside the cargo net.


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Jan 21, 2006 06:56 |  #12

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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Jan 21, 2006 07:58 |  #13

HAHAHAHAHA! That is classic! Literally laughing out loud!


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Jan 21, 2006 12:51 |  #14

reminds me of that episode of King of the Hill when Hank made his kid sit in the middle so if they got in an accident his guitar would be protected by the airbag.


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Jan 21, 2006 17:12 as a reply to Adrian's post |  #15

Adrian wrote:
The free gear is great.... Having it surgically removed from your cranium is the bit that may not be so pleasant! ;)

Haha, it was a joke on my part. My gear is in my bag, mostly wedged between the seats in the back, so it can't move about. :)


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