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  • Jared
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    Not only do I dislike bumper stickers, window decals, static stickers, et al, (the exception being my DoD windshield stickers which are required to get on to military installations. Still dislike them but obviously, they are needed), I actually remove decals or license plate frames from dealers when my wife gets a car.


    I simply hate that stuff.

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  • silkamilkamonic
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    Originally posted by SeeingRed
    I saw one maybe two years ago that said something along the lines of "Guns kill people? Right, and the spoon made Rosie fat"

    My neigbors....

    "Guns kill people like spoons made Rosie O'Donnell fat."

    I want one.

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  • broncos9697
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    [QUOTE=buckland]
    Originally posted by His Wife
    My daughter's an honor's student, but you will never see me
    plaster one of those cheesy (sorry cheesy ) bumper stickers
    on my car. Why? Well, for one, even though I'm proud of her,
    I can't stand excessive bragging. Most importantly, I don't want
    to advertise ON MY CAR that CAN BE FOLLOWED to MY HOUSE
    that I have a DAUGHTER who goes to a CERTAIN SCHOOL for all
    those perverts out there.


    Good thinking!



    I have a large sticker on my land rover that say denver bronco's **** on kansas city chiefs size is larger then 2 large pizza's

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  • buckland
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    [QUOTE=His Wife]My daughter's an honor's student, but you will never see me
    plaster one of those cheesy (sorry cheesy ) bumper stickers
    on my car. Why? Well, for one, even though I'm proud of her,
    I can't stand excessive bragging. Most importantly, I don't want
    to advertise ON MY CAR that CAN BE FOLLOWED to MY HOUSE
    that I have a DAUGHTER who goes to a CERTAIN SCHOOL for all
    those perverts out there.


    Good thinking!

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  • Chidoze
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    Bumper stickers have been replaced by Raider stickers on rear windows in my town.

    Ask GLF2, she'll tell you.

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  • SeeingRed
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    I saw one maybe two years ago that said something along the lines of "Guns kill people? Right, and the spoon made Rosie fat"

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  • Schroedog
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    I saw one recently that said:

    "What if the whole world farted at once?"

    It gave me a little chuckle

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  • SmithOverTO
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    My personal favorite: 10 million sperm and you were the fastest?



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  • Snapping Turtle
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    I have two stickers on my car. A University of Wyoming one and a Caution: Rockies Fan In Area sticker.

    I saw one the other day on this nasty old truck with a creepy dude driving it saying: I love explosives.

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  • draco193
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    Originally posted by buckland
    Talk about a bumper sticker with a mission!

    Now, cell phones... that's an entire new topic! Wanna start a new thread, m'dear?

    While I'm not a fan of bans in general, perhaps an additional test should be required whenever you go to renew your DL... leading up to "cell phone approved" imprinted somewhere on your DL?

    The essence of the test would be to prove that you can multi-task:

    1. Can you chew gum and WALK at the same time, Wrigley’s Spearmint Breath??

    (Well, wait, even EYE cannot do that…)

    If, while on the cell phone in traffic:

    1. You are talking on the cell with your husband. A disagreement emerges. Do you suddenly slam on your brakes? (Automatic failure, skid-marks breath)

    2. You are a biz man, and you just learned (on the cell of course) that your main client is dropping you. So you:

    a. suddenly change lanes
    b. turn into a rage driver

    3. You are a soccer mom, trying to coordinate with your daughter’s schedule. Whenever she breaks into some gibberish, or the cell connection gets fuzzy, you slow down, confusing the driver behind you as well. [See test question 1. above.] Automatic failure.

    It’s late, this was poorly written, and I need to get some sleep. Add to the list if you wish….

    ub

    Yesterday, had some girl on her phone make a left hand turn right in front of me. If not for some good reaction times, she probably would still be in the hospital.

    Well, if anyone would key your truck for sporting a Broncos and CU sticker...man, that should be a federal crime, punishable across state borders!
    Only time anything bad has happened is when I went up to CSU to see some friends, and it got some eggs on it.



    On topic, my roomate just got a sticker for his computer that say "My Corgi is smarter than your honor student". We have a corgi, that, I do believe makes better choices than some people (see girl previously mentioned.)

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  • Archimedes Owl
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    I've seen a bumper sticker that says,

    "My honor student can kick your moronic student's ass."

    Or something like that.

    I hate "Quit honking, I'm reloading."

    But, yeah, I'd put a "All real men are physicists." bumper sticker on my car.

    Of course, I drive a 1987 Honda Civic.

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  • His Wife
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    Originally posted by buckland
    Well, school logos, seals, insignias, official mottos, etc. are acceptable to the likes of me.* Incidentally, following Columbine, there was a local outbreak of bumper stickers, but in honor of the victims--and as pledge that Columbine would go on!

    *Errrr... you weren't an "honor student," were you?
    My daughter's an honor's student, but you will never see me
    plaster one of those cheesy (sorry cheesy ) bumper stickers
    on my car. Why? Well, for one, even though I'm proud of her,
    I can't stand excessive bragging. Most importantly, I don't want
    to advertise ON MY CAR that CAN BE FOLLOWED to MY HOUSE
    that I have a DAUGHTER who goes to a CERTAIN SCHOOL for all
    those perverts out there.

    My personal favorites are the bumper stickers that say
    "If you can read this...." You are following too close - but
    they say it a little nastier than that. Of course, I'm
    only able to read it because I'm stopped at a stop light,
    of course........I never follow too close.

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  • dandaman23
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    I saw one that made me laugh the other day..It read..

    "If your going to ride my ass, atleast pull my hair"

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  • GetmeanotherTD
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    I completely agree that there should be more tests like those. If your better at multi tasking than someone else, than you should be allowed to multi task.

    On a similiar subject (While a little {Quite a Bit} of topic), there is a proposal currently going about to lower the Drinking age to 18, but to force people to get drinking liscences where you have to go to classes and if you get caught like...

    urinating in puplic

    or in a drunk fight

    or drunk driving, your drinking liscence gets revoked until your 21.

    While off topic, its ideas like these which I like (and are similiar to multi tasking) Let those with skills or responsibility recieve benifits and those who cant drive and talk on the phone or drink responsibly not recieve the benifts.

    The best motivation is a reward

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  • buckland
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    Originally posted by KCLadyFan
    I saw while here while back that read...

    Could you drive any better with that cellphone
    shoved up your ass".
    Talk about a bumper sticker with a mission!

    Now, cell phones... that's an entire new topic! Wanna start a new thread, m'dear?

    While I'm not a fan of bans in general, perhaps an additional test should be required whenever you go to renew your DL... leading up to "cell phone approved" imprinted somewhere on your DL?

    The essence of the test would be to prove that you can multi-task:

    1. Can you chew gum and WALK at the same time, Wrigley’s Spearmint Breath??

    (Well, wait, even EYE cannot do that…)

    If, while on the cell phone in traffic:

    1. You are talking on the cell with your husband. A disagreement emerges. Do you suddenly slam on your brakes? (Automatic failure, skid-marks breath)

    2. You are a biz man, and you just learned (on the cell of course) that your main client is dropping you. So you:

    a. suddenly change lanes
    b. turn into a rage driver

    3. You are a soccer mom, trying to coordinate with your daughter’s schedule. Whenever she breaks into some gibberish, or the cell connection gets fuzzy, you slow down, confusing the driver behind you as well. [See test question 1. above.] Automatic failure.

    It’s late, this was poorly written, and I need to get some sleep. Add to the list if you wish….

    ub

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