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Old 01-22-2012, 10:14 PM   #41
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Nuthin' but a custom Type O Negative "Hammer Gear" decal on back of my lifted Jeep .
I'm a music nut, liked that band, and the decal looks 4 wheeler, but is non mainstream enough to only be truly known by other fans.

Never a gun or bow sticker on my vehicle.
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Old 01-22-2012, 10:40 PM   #42
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None for me. Rather not wear a burglar bullseye. I'd prefer to be pretty anonymous in my car, never really understood the whole vanity plate thing either. Why do you want to make it easy for someone to recall your license plate? That can only create problems as I see it.

But some do crack me up.

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I've always preferred to be surprising so definitely no gun stickers and I don't advertise for anyone.
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Indiana is going to have gay vanity plates. Talk about putting a bullseye on yourself.
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None for me. Rather not wear a burglar bullseye. I'd prefer to be pretty anonymous in my car, never really understood the whole vanity plate thing either. Why do you want to make it easy for someone to recall your license plate? That can only create problems as I see it.

But some do crack me up.
Thats hilarious,lol

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Lawyers in Indiana will make a fortune. Do you know even blowing your horn at a car with a "Gay Plate" will be a hate crime. They will demand only "Gay Troopers" for traffic stops. This is the start of a real problem. Most cops will see the "Gay Plate" and look the other way.
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Lawyers in Indiana will make a fortune. Do you know even blowing your horn at a car with a "Gay Plate" will be a hate crime. They will demand only "Gay Troopers" for traffic stops. This is the start of a real problem. Most cops will see the "Gay Plate" and look the other way.
That is craziness, all of that gay rights crap has gotten way out of hand.
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I love what you have in your signature area. I wish i could use it.
Feel free to use it also
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...if the president shuts you down he can give you the company like he did Government Motors.
So if the same president gives aid to Mississippi (FEMA/Katrina). does that now make it Obamissippi? Just wondering how it works...
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Aside from the fact that most my vehicles are way too cool to put any damn cheesy sticker on of any kind, I don't want to advertise the goods. A gun or shooting club sticker on your vehicle is kind of like saying "here it is boys, come and get it!"
No. You're speculating on opinion. Those stickers don't mean you're going to be a burglary victim. That's like saying Mercedes will get broken into because their owners are wealthy and criminals think there's money inside.

And its a private club, not a range, and it's not required.

And the subjects quite boring. If you don't leave guns unattended in your vehicle, they won't be stolen.


Oh, and my car is way cooler than yours, that's why the stickers look good.
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