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August 03, 2007

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The Stetson IQ Test


Montana rogue Rusty Vorous once told me about a scientifically proven way for judging the intelligence levels of guide trip clients at the onset of your trips: The larger the brim on a client's recently-purchased shiny white Stetson cowboy hat, the lower the client's IQ.

Once it passes toilet seat proportions, you can bet it will indeed be a very long day on the river.

Rusty was accurate, by my calculations, to within 1/8 inch.



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Anthony Bartkowski - FFlogger

The size of the brim also over compensates for the lack of size in the fish they catch too...


or lack of hat, glasses, sunscreen, gear...

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