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Bryan Campbell

Christine,

There is a real life precedent for using Rock, Paper, Scissors to make important decisions.Take a look at this NY Times article from 2005:

Rock, Paper, Payoff: Child's Play Wins Auction House an Art Sale
http://nyti.ms/bbwCsu

HLPitts

That was my favorite tweet too!

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