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Old 09-29-2004, 09:36 PM   #16
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You can rip off my bumper sticker but key my car and I hunt you down
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Re: Aren't liberals supposed to be tolerant?

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I caught two middle aged women trying to rip off my Bush/Cheney 2004 bumper sticker in the parking lot Monday.

As much as I oppose John Kerry, I would never consider vandalizing someone's property by tearing off their Kerry sticker.
If you had these bumper stickers, you would have had no problems...





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Old 09-29-2004, 10:15 PM   #21
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I have one of those cute little Darwin footed amphibians on my car, but that's it. Otherwise, I'm not big on bumper stickers.

I wouldn't mind painting a gigantic eye on the hood of my car though... That would be so much fun! (My car is far past it's prime.)
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I actually wasn't able to confront the sticker vandals. The owner of the parking lot came flying out of the shack and threatened to call the cops if they didn't leave. I don't think he appreciated that kind of behavior in his lot regardless of anyone's politics.
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I don't put bumper stickers on my car. I don't like controversy. Most of the people I play medieval re-enactment with are Republicans. I don't want to go to an event and have to justify a damn political sticker when part of the reason I go to these things is to get my mind off of politics.
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2 women = "liberals". neat.

Aren't conservatives not supposed to generalize?
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2 women = "liberals". neat.
What are you projecting on the post?? Must we sanitize our language to say "two women of unknown political beliefs tore the Bush sticker off my car?"
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I actually wasn't able to confront the sticker vandals. The owner of the parking lot came flying out of the shack and threatened to call the cops if they didn't leave. I don't think he appreciated that kind of behavior in his lot regardless of anyone's politics.
I thought you "caught" them?
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What are you projecting on the post?? Must we sanitize our language to say "two women of unknown political beliefs tore the Bush sticker off my car?"

Nope, sorry?? I was merely saying that 2 idiots ripping off bumper stickers does not = "libs aren't tolerant", idiots are everywhere, yadda yadda. I'd never do such a thing and I don't think anyone I know would either. Note the wink, it wasn't meant all that seriously either.

Looks like I wasn't the one who was "projecting".
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Actually, I treasure my car too much to sully the fender with bumper stickers, no matter how witty... Besides, I don't want people of the opposite political persuasion to key my car...
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Actually, I treasure my car too much to sully the fender with bumper stickers, no matter how witty... Besides, I don't want people of the opposite political persuasion to key my car...
I don't think I'd even notice if my car got keyed. It's quite pitiful. In fact keying might jazz it up some...but it runs and is cheap.

I just think it's funny as hell -- two middle aged women trying to pry the bumper sticker off a car. I wonder if they make a habit of that, or if they just had a "wild moment?" It's such a petty thing to do.
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