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favorite bumper stickers of all time?

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I don't think the crowd here will like it one bit, but here's the current sticker on my car: "Except for ending slavery, Nazism, fascism, and communism, War Has Never Solved Anything." A lot of folks see the last line before they realize what is says in full and get all flustered.

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I don't think the crowd here will like it one bit, but here's the current sticker on my car: "Except for ending slavery, Nazism, fascism, and communism, War Has Never Solved Anything." A lot of folks see the last line before they realize what is says in full and get all flustered.

 

Where did war solve communism?

 

Russia? East Germany? China? North Korea? VietNam? France? Harvard? wazzup.gif

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"Die, Jane Fonda, Traitor Commie Bitch"

 

"Peace Through Superior Firepower"

 

I'm suprised somebody else hasn't yet thought of this one and mass-produced it:

"I voted for John Kerry, before I voted against him"

 

"CLIMBINGRUVEN" (currently on the rear bumper of my Subaru)

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One more I forgot; I live in a major tourist town in Northern Michigan and this one was spotted on the bumper of an old Dodge pickup:

 

"Don't hassle me, I'm a local"

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"CLIMBINGRUVEN" (currently on the rear bumper of my Subaru)

 

I have never understood why the "-GRUVEN" series of bumperstickers, apparel, mugs, and other assorted merchandise is amusing or interesting to some people. Can someone explain this to me? I know about the VW ad campaign that unaccountably spawned it all, but why, oh why?

 

Also, those stupid abbreviation-in-a-white-oval bumperstickers. Why? Euros started using them for their countries (D, F, etc.) a while back when borders were less porous over there, but why is it the cool thing to do these days with every trendy place in the US (NRG, OBX, FLG, etc.)?

 

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I just got this one second hand: "I'm bored, who do we invade next?" Bush/Cheney '04. Eat your hearts out liberals!

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seen on drive to work this morning:

 

Honk if you're doing your Kegels

 

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what type of "Honk if..." sticker will they think of next?!

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I like the one:

 

"A Smart Ass is Better Than A Dumb Elephant" yellaf.gif

 

Saw one today: Save a Tree, Remove A Bush thumbs_up.gif

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