May 30, 2012
Remember that game you played with your friends as a teenager: Running to the car, yelling “Shotgun!”? It was always a competition to see who was quickest in calling for the coveted front-passenger spot. What was it about the front seat that created such a compelling desire to be first to claim it? It made you the copilot; it gave you an unwritten authority to have greater say in determining the destination. It allowed you to have the best view of where you were going, even if you weren’t driving.
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