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      I'm having the same problem that "Jeremy Pennini" commented on. Unlike two weeks ago, I can Login and post questions, but I now can't answer or comment on any posted question in the Q&A. I tried to see if the issue was only in my computer by logging-off and restarting my computer; I could then read and even enter an answer in the box, but posting requires logging-in and once I did, the problem returned. The problem has to be in the Q&A module again.
      Jeremy Pennini
      • 4 Years Ago
      I want to add an answer to a question, but it didn't work. I wrote the answer, hit submit, choose facebook for my commenting authentication. Then the ask! commenting program kick me out of the answer system. It didn't post my answer, and now "Add Answer" link doesn't respond to my clicks.
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      Here's a question, I just read the article on the mia electric vw bus with 3 seats and it has me thinking. Why don't more cars opt for the 3 seating arrangement? The proper seating position for a driver is in the middle for sure, and passengers can always use extra leg room. I could see many sport coupes and convertibles being fun with this type of seating arrangement. Maybe you can even put the engine where it belongs in rear mid engine configuration with this layout.