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Title: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 13, 2011, 10:37:00 AM
I was driving into town today with the top down, grooving on being in Hawaii and listening to the Giants vs Arizona game on the radio, when there appeared in front of me a little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy stopped in the middle of the road for no apparent reason.  As I was sitting there behind this little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy I noticed on it a bumper sticker that said, "Imagine World Peace!"  and another that said, "Support Organic Farming"

After the oncoming traffic cleared, the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy made a left turn.  As I accelerated away I yelled to the driver of the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy, "Hey Moonbeam, learn to use your F-ing turn signals or next time take the F-ing bus!"

However, this got me thinking about bumper stickers I'd like to put on my car:

"Never Mind World Peace - Imagine Using Your Turn Signals!"  and

"DDT Is Organic"

Anybody else have any bumper sticker stories?
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: MrNate on May 13, 2011, 11:23:46 AM
My GF's sister put one on my Jeep that said "I park like a [phallic symbol]" - She was nice enough just to tape it on with scotch tape, though.

Hilarious story about the hybrid driver , by the way.  ;D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: jeffy on May 13, 2011, 11:32:06 AM
I always liked "Imagine Whirled Peas."
As a matter of fact I'm doing it right now.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: phillamb168 on May 13, 2011, 11:52:11 AM
I was driving into town today with the top down, grooving on being in Hawaii and listening to the Giants vs Arizona game on the radio, when there appeared in front of me a little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy stopped in the middle of the road for no apparent reason.  As I was sitting there behind this little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy I noticed on it a bumper sticker that said, "Imagine World Peace!"  and another that said, "Support Organic Farming"

After the oncoming traffic cleared, the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy made a left turn.  As I accelerated away I yelled to the driver of the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy, "Hey Moonbeam, learn to use your F-ing turn signals or next time take the F-ing bus!"

However, this got me thinking about bumper stickers I'd like to put on my car:

"Never Mind World Peace - Imagine Using Your Turn Signals!"  and

"DDT Is Organic"

Anybody else have any bumper sticker stories?

Hybrids are for losers. Me, I already put down my deposit on my electric car: http://www.teslamotors.com/models
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 12:02:35 PM
I always liked the bumper sticker:

My SUV Can Beat Up Your Hybrid
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: MrNate on May 13, 2011, 12:45:40 PM
I was driving into town today with the top down, grooving on being in Hawaii and listening to the Giants vs Arizona game on the radio, when there appeared in front of me a little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy stopped in the middle of the road for no apparent reason.  As I was sitting there behind this little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy I noticed on it a bumper sticker that said, "Imagine World Peace!"  and another that said, "Support Organic Farming"

After the oncoming traffic cleared, the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy made a left turn.  As I accelerated away I yelled to the driver of the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy, "Hey Moonbeam, learn to use your F-ing turn signals or next time take the F-ing bus!"

However, this got me thinking about bumper stickers I'd like to put on my car:

"Never Mind World Peace - Imagine Using Your Turn Signals!"  and

"DDT Is Organic"

Anybody else have any bumper sticker stories?

Hybrids are for losers. Me, I already put down my deposit on my electric car: http://www.teslamotors.com/models

I know an engineer that works for Tesla. He brought one out to the pool hall one day. That thing was ridiculously awesome. Looks and sounds just like a full scale RC car.  ;D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: phillamb168 on May 13, 2011, 01:04:19 PM
I was driving into town today with the top down, grooving on being in Hawaii and listening to the Giants vs Arizona game on the radio, when there appeared in front of me a little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy stopped in the middle of the road for no apparent reason.  As I was sitting there behind this little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy I noticed on it a bumper sticker that said, "Imagine World Peace!"  and another that said, "Support Organic Farming"

After the oncoming traffic cleared, the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy made a left turn.  As I accelerated away I yelled to the driver of the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy, "Hey Moonbeam, learn to use your F-ing turn signals or next time take the F-ing bus!"

However, this got me thinking about bumper stickers I'd like to put on my car:

"Never Mind World Peace - Imagine Using Your Turn Signals!"  and

"DDT Is Organic"

Anybody else have any bumper sticker stories?

Hybrids are for losers. Me, I already put down my deposit on my electric car: http://www.teslamotors.com/models

I know an engineer that works for Tesla. He brought one out to the pool hall one day. That thing was ridiculously awesome. Looks and sounds just like a full scale RC car.  ;D

They have a "deal" in France you can lease a roadster for 36 months for 2k eur/mo and then they do a buyback when your model s is ready. It ends up paying for itself, more or less... But I don't think I can justify that one to the wife. A sack of grain or a perlick faucet every now and then, no problem. Leasing a 100,000 eur sportscar? Well. Can't win 'em all.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: phillamb168 on May 13, 2011, 01:08:11 PM
Back to the topic: I have only one bumper sticker - "I brew the beer I drink" - apparently I'm the only AHA member who put that on his car, everybody else seems to have put it on the coleman cooler or the HLT or whatever. Sometimes at stoplights I can look in the rearview at people trying to figure out what it says. It's more a badge of honor than a conversation starter, but I like it.

I would love to put more bumper stickers on the thing - I've got a bunch of Obama '08 and even a vintage Clinton '92 (that one stays inside and not on the car, though) but nerdy bumperstickers are the best. CERN ain't too far away from here, perhaps I should visit and see what they've got....
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 01:08:41 PM
You can buy a lot of gas for 2000 eur/mon.

I've got a few Obama stickers, but posting them here would be an instant lock.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: maxieboy on May 13, 2011, 01:15:24 PM
"My kid was inmate of the month at (insert name) county jail."

"Ted Kennedy's car has killed more people than my guns."
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: gordonstrong on May 13, 2011, 01:18:40 PM
I had one in college that said "Don't laugh, your daughter might be in here"
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: MrNate on May 13, 2011, 01:23:03 PM
They have a "deal" in France you can lease a roadster for 36 months for 2k eur/mo and then they do a buyback when your model s is ready. It ends up paying for itself, more or less... But I don't think I can justify that one to the wife. A sack of grain or a perlick faucet every now and then, no problem. Leasing a 100,000 eur sportscar? Well. Can't win 'em all.
:o

Such a deal... You can lease it for around what it costs to buy it.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: phillamb168 on May 13, 2011, 02:01:03 PM
They have a "deal" in France you can lease a roadster for 36 months for 2k eur/mo and then they do a buyback when your model s is ready. It ends up paying for itself, more or less... But I don't think I can justify that one to the wife. A sack of grain or a perlick faucet every now and then, no problem. Leasing a 100,000 eur sportscar? Well. Can't win 'em all.
:o

Such a deal... You can lease it for around what it costs to buy it.

Yeah, that's the idea - you lease it until you've paid off the model s, and then you get to trade 'em in. A business associate of mine is test-driving this: http://www.mitsubishi-motors.com/special/ev/

I really want to go electric. It's just that all of the other electric cars besides the tesla are so... ugly.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: trev on May 13, 2011, 02:12:17 PM
Best one I have:

"Home Brewers do it in the Garage"

-Trev

Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: a10t2 on May 13, 2011, 02:18:17 PM
As I accelerated away I yelled to the driver of the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy, "Hey Moonbeam, learn to use your F-ing turn signals or next time take the F-ing bus!"

Awesome story, bro. Maybe after third period we can find some kids to beat up behind the 7-11.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: denny on May 13, 2011, 02:58:36 PM
I've got one on my 76 VW van (no longer running) that says "Honk if you see parts fall off".
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: majorvices on May 13, 2011, 02:59:19 PM
i really like my truck and don't wanna put a cheap ass sticker on it. however, i do have a small sticker on my motorcycle helmet that says "faster than a speeding ticket." pretty funny but i recently found out it's not true.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 03:05:27 PM
i really like my truck and don't wanna put a cheap ass sticker on it. however, i do have a small sticker on my motorcycle helmet that says "faster than a speeding ticket." pretty funny but i recently found out it's not true.

That's right up there with "catch me if you can". It's just asking for trouble.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: majorvices on May 13, 2011, 03:13:35 PM
Well, uhm - you can't freakin see it unless you are holding the hemet. It's about 2 inches and 24 point type. I'm not that dumb to put a huge bumper sticker on my helmet that says "catch me". But nice assumption. Sheesh...  ::)
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 03:16:23 PM
Well, uhm - you can't freakin see it unless you are holding the hemet. It's about 2 inches and 24 point type. I'm not that dumb to put a huge bumper sticker on my helmet that says "catch me". But nice assumption. Sheesh...  ::)

So, what's the point if no one can see it? :)
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: gordonstrong on May 13, 2011, 03:19:54 PM
Well, uhm - you can't freakin see it unless you are holding the hemet. It's about 2 inches and 24 point type. I'm not that dumb to put a huge bumper sticker on my helmet that says "catch me". But nice assumption. Sheesh...  ::)

So it's like a tramp stamp for your head?
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 03:21:37 PM
Well, uhm - you can't freakin see it unless you are holding the hemet. It's about 2 inches and 24 point type. I'm not that dumb to put a huge bumper sticker on my helmet that says "catch me". But nice assumption. Sheesh...  ::)

So it's like a tramp stamp for your head?

+1 LMAO
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: phillamb168 on May 13, 2011, 03:22:24 PM
I've got one on my 76 VW van (no longer running) that says "Honk if you see parts fall off".

Ha! awesome.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 03:25:50 PM
I've got one on my 76 VW van (no longer running) that says "Honk if you see parts fall off".

Ha! awesome.

If that thing has peace signs and flowers painted on it, I want pictures. :)
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: bonjour on May 13, 2011, 03:27:27 PM
My sisters husband had a Fred Flintstone bug when they got married.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: majorvices on May 13, 2011, 03:30:44 PM
Well, uhm - you can't freakin see it unless you are holding the hemet. It's about 2 inches and 24 point type. I'm not that dumb to put a huge bumper sticker on my helmet that says "catch me". But nice assumption. Sheesh...  ::)

So, what's the point if no one can see it? :)

It's just a helmet sticker. If you ever hung out with people who ride motorcycles you'd understand. Some people have their helmets covered. I have one sticker. Its supposed to be funny. Now sorry i posted anything about it.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: Hokerer on May 13, 2011, 03:32:04 PM
My sisters husband had a Fred Flintstone bug when they got married.

Man, that was just about all of them
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: denny on May 13, 2011, 04:11:24 PM
I've got one on my 76 VW van (no longer running) that says "Honk if you see parts fall off".

Ha! awesome.

If that thing has peace signs and flowers painted on it, I want pictures. :)

No way.  Stock green and white paint job.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 04:15:15 PM
I've got one on my 76 VW van (no longer running) that says "Honk if you see parts fall off".

Ha! awesome.

If that thing has peace signs and flowers painted on it, I want pictures. :)

No way.  Stock green and white paint job.

You should seriously consider restoring it. Those are really nice fixed up.

Oh, and then add some flowers and peace signs. :)
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: denny on May 13, 2011, 04:16:41 PM
You should seriously consider restoring it. Those are really nice fixed up.

Oh, and then add some flowers and peace signs. :)

It would still be a gas guzzling death trap.  I'd be happy to just get rid of it, but it was my wife's first car and she has sentimental attachments.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: MrNate on May 13, 2011, 04:20:40 PM
I refuse to put anything alcohol-related on my vehicle. I got enough trouble as it is.

I used to have a VW Scirocco I spray painted black and then spray painted "Charlie don't surf" on the hood in white.

I thought about buying an electric car, but now I'm thinking I could just build one that burns coal directly for much less.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 04:26:44 PM
You should seriously consider restoring it. Those are really nice fixed up.

Oh, and then add some flowers and peace signs. :)

It would still be a gas guzzling death trap.  I'd be happy to just get rid of it, but it was my wife's first car and she has sentimental attachments.

I wasn't suggesting it become a daily driver, but it would be fun to use when going to concerts, beer gatherings, etc. or just for Sunday drives. Of course this also depends on your state's insurance laws and what it would cost as an occasional use vehicle.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: tschmidlin on May 13, 2011, 04:36:32 PM
A red bumper sticker that says "If this sticker is blue, you're driving too fast"
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: majorvices on May 13, 2011, 04:44:27 PM
A red bumper sticker that says "If this sticker is blue, you're driving too fast"

now THAT's funny!!  :D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: Slowbrew on May 13, 2011, 04:45:38 PM
I've got one on my 76 VW van (no longer running) that says "Honk if you see parts fall off".

Ha! awesome.

If that thing has peace signs and flowers painted on it, I want pictures. :)

No way.  Stock green and white paint job.

You should seriously consider restoring it. Those are really nice fixed up.

Oh, and then add some flowers and peace signs. :)

I always thought "Plenty of leg room.  Knees optional." would be good for a VW Microbus.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: euge on May 13, 2011, 04:48:55 PM
Well, uhm - you can't freakin see it unless you are holding the hemet. It's about 2 inches and 24 point type. I'm not that dumb to put a huge bumper sticker on my helmet that says "catch me". But nice assumption. Sheesh...  ::)

So, what's the point if no one can see it? :)

As rider I know... If you can read it you are too close. I've had people right up on my rear wheel nearly touching it. It shows contempt for cage-drivers.

I refuse to put any stickers on my vehicles except the one's that I'm forced to- like registration and inspection. Oh, and the parking garage permit at work. The truck I bought from my dear old dad has the round Marine Corp insignia sticker and the Sheriff's Association "Don't Drink and Drive" sticker. Out of respect I left them on.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: Slowbrew on May 13, 2011, 04:53:40 PM
I've always thought "Hang up and drive!!" was a good sentiment for a bumper sticker.  Of course in Des Moines I would prefer people look at the lights and not at my bumper.  If you ever drive here count to 2 before moving on a green light, you'll thank me.

Paul
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: gordonstrong on May 13, 2011, 04:57:18 PM
I used to have a VW Scirocco I spray painted black and then spray painted "Charlie don't surf" on the hood in white.

The quote from Apocalypse Now, or the Clash song?  Works for me either way...
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 05:01:35 PM
"Hang up and Drive" should be painted on the bumper from the factory.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: phillamb168 on May 13, 2011, 05:07:46 PM


Well, uhm - you can't freakin see it unless you are holding the hemet. It's about 2 inches and 24 point type. I'm not that dumb to put a huge bumper sticker on my helmet that says "catch me". But nice assumption. Sheesh...  ::)

So, what's the point if no one can see it? :)

It's just a helmet sticker. If you ever hung out with people who ride motorcycles you'd understand. Some people have their helmets covered. I have one sticker. Its supposed to be funny. Now sorry i posted anything about it.

Well I thought it was funny. Thanks for posting :)
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: morticaixavier on May 13, 2011, 05:23:35 PM
Best bumper sticker I have seen, and mainly because it made me laugh while driving home after getting dumped was

"Fat people are harder to kidnap"

Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: weazletoe on May 13, 2011, 05:43:54 PM
My old truck went from this......

(http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd235/Weazletoe/KM114.jpg)

To this.....

(http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd235/Weazletoe/IMAGE_070.jpg)
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 13, 2011, 05:53:20 PM
As I accelerated away I yelled to the driver of the little canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy, "Hey Moonbeam, learn to use your F-ing turn signals or next time take the F-ing bus!"

Awesome story, bro. Maybe after third period we can find some kids to beat up behind the 7-11.

Oh...  Was that you in the llittle canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy Moonbeam?  Oops... sorry.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: rightasrain on May 13, 2011, 05:58:31 PM
My local home brew store has one I find hilarious "I'd kill you for a beer."

I have a bit of a sadistic sense of humor though.....
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: tschmidlin on May 13, 2011, 06:04:55 PM
I have a fridge magnet that says "everything I needed to know in life I learned by killing smart people and eating their brains"
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: rightasrain on May 13, 2011, 06:08:45 PM
I have a fridge magnet that says "everything I needed to know in life I learned by killing smart people and eating their brains"

Haha I have seen that and it makes me laugh every time.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: denny on May 13, 2011, 06:09:07 PM
I have a fridge magnet that says "everything I needed to know in life I learned by killing smart people and eating their brains"

ZOMBIE!!!!!!     ;D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 13, 2011, 06:16:47 PM
I had a, "i Brew The Beer I Drink" bumper sticker on my truck.  My friend Gary Essex pointed out that it is much like having an "I DUI" sticker on there, so I took it off and stuck it on my beer cooler, right next to the, "Warning: Confined Space - Entry By Permit Only" sticker.

I like the "Faster Than A Speeding Ticket" sticker.  A cop friend I told about it thinks it's pretty funny too.  He says the radar he uses travels at the speed of light, so your bike must be really fast!

Does Tom's bumper sticker look blue to you?   ;D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: a10t2 on May 13, 2011, 06:23:25 PM
Oh...  Was that you in the llittle canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy Moonbeam?  Oops... sorry.

In Hawai'i? I wish. No, I'm just not wild about passive aggression.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: majorvices on May 13, 2011, 06:24:43 PM
The bad thing about that helmet sticker was my wife put it on my helmet as a joke after the first ticket. Then, a couple years later I got another one and it wasn't as funny anymore.  :-\ The good thing was both of them happened on the Blue Ridge Parkway which is Federal so it never got reported to my insurance (I can't explain why that is, just that is the way it is) so my rates never changed.

After the last one I decided to slow down. Hey, tickets work, I guess.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 13, 2011, 06:35:45 PM
Oh...  Was that you in the llittle canister vacuum cleaner looking hybrid thingy Moonbeam?  Oops... sorry.

In Hawai'i? I wish. No, I'm just not wild about passive aggression.

No big ting bruddah.

I'm guessing you're OK with oxymorons though... ;D

Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: tonyp on May 13, 2011, 06:43:51 PM
I've owned 8 VW Bugs and had a bunch of stickers, here are a few that i remember:

"When I grow up I'm gonna be a Porsche"
"fukkengruven"
"Welcome to our beach, now go home."
"This is not an abandoned vehicle, please don't tow"
"My other car is a Beetle too"
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: narvin on May 13, 2011, 06:50:03 PM
I always liked the bumper sticker:

My SUV Can Beat Up Your Hybrid

That's pretty funny.  "I buy lots of gas from terrorist states and have a small *****" just doesn't have the same laugh factor.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: MrNate on May 13, 2011, 06:50:34 PM
I used to have a VW Scirocco I spray painted black and then spray painted "Charlie don't surf" on the hood in white.

The quote from Apocalypse Now, or the Clash song?  Works for me either way...

Apocolypse Now. I'm not actually familiar with the song. I think there's a band called Charlie Don't Surf as well.

I used to get asked who Charlie was all the time.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 13, 2011, 06:53:10 PM
I love bumper stickers.  They make it so easy to identify the morons!

(http://i55.tinypic.com/1zegt3p.gif)

Does that include oxymorons?

Victor Charlie of course...
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: MrNate on May 13, 2011, 06:55:49 PM
That's pretty funny.  "I buy lots of gas from terrorist states and have a small penis" just doesn't have the same laugh factor.

I'd find that hilarious, actually. And I'd rock that on my Jeep.

Victor Charlie of course...

Dat'd be him!
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: EHall on May 13, 2011, 07:18:45 PM
"terrorist hunting permit' is about the best one I've seen lately
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: Slowbrew on May 13, 2011, 07:27:01 PM
I've seen "In the event of rapture this car will be unoccupied". 

They'll be ready for 5/21/11 and seriously disappointed if it actually happens and they remember pride is one of the big bad 7. 

Paul
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: morticaixavier on May 13, 2011, 07:36:46 PM
I've seen "In the event of rapture this car will be unoccupied". 

They'll be ready for 5/21/11 and seriously disappointed if it actually happens and they remember pride is one of the big bad 7. 

Paul

I like the response to that one even better, 'in the event of rapture, can I have your car?'
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 13, 2011, 07:44:04 PM
My friend has one on his 4 x 4.

It's attached upside-down and reads, "If You Can Read This, Please Roll Me Over"
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 13, 2011, 07:46:28 PM
I always liked "Imagine Whirled Peas."
As a matter of fact I'm doing it right now.

I like it!  ;D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: tygo on May 13, 2011, 07:59:52 PM
I've seen "In the event of rapture this car will be unoccupied". 

They'll be ready for 5/21/11 and seriously disappointed if it actually happens and they remember pride is one of the big bad 7. 

Paul

Damn, that's right around the corner.  I really need to work on my To Do list.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: thomasbarnes on May 13, 2011, 08:10:40 PM
Back to the topic: I have only one bumper sticker - "I brew the beer I drink" - apparently I'm the only AHA member who put that on his car,

I'm skeptical about putting any beer-related bumper stickers on my car. It just seems like you're asking for trouble from the cops. Not quite as bad as "Legalize hemp", "Bad cop, no doughnut," or "F*** the Pigs!", but still.

If they made them, I'd want "I'm Your Worst Nightmare, and I Vote."

Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 13, 2011, 08:53:44 PM
I've seen "In the event of rapture this car will be unoccupied". 

They'll be ready for 5/21/11 and seriously disappointed if it actually happens and they remember pride is one of the big bad 7. 

Paul

Damn, that's right around the corner.  I really need to work on my To Do list.

I just threw away my To-Do list and now I'm making a Why Not list.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: yugamrap on May 13, 2011, 09:19:42 PM
Best two I've seen.  Not on the same car.

"Don't be a d!ck"

and

"Read a f****** book!"

Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 13, 2011, 10:21:15 PM

Hybrids are for losers. Me, I already put down my deposit on my electric car: http://www.teslamotors.com/models

Very cool car, but how do you power that baby?  At that price I'm thinking maybe the electrcity fairy comes down, waves his wand and -POOF!- charged batteries?  

The French get like 80% of their electricity from nukes.  Would that make it a nuclear powered car?  

I know, you can call it the Nautilus!   ;)

If it comes with a flux capacitor I'm all in!
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: speed on May 13, 2011, 10:40:22 PM
Back to the topic: I have only one bumper sticker - "I brew the beer I drink" - apparently I'm the only AHA member who put that on his car, everybody else seems to have put it on the coleman cooler or the HLT or whatever. Sometimes at stoplights I can look in the rearview at people trying to figure out what it says. It's more a badge of honor than a conversation starter, but I like it.

I would love to put more bumper stickers on the thing - I've got a bunch of Obama '08 and even a vintage Clinton '92 (that one stays inside and not on the car, though) but nerdy bumperstickers are the best. CERN ain't too far away from here, perhaps I should visit and see what they've got....
no, i've got one on my car but i put it on the back window so i can remove it. its a trans am so i didn't want to taint the paint
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: speed on May 13, 2011, 10:46:39 PM
i was going to get a custom license plate that said hophead, but thought beeter of it.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: rabid_dingo on May 14, 2011, 12:39:50 AM
My two favorites:

"Humpty Dumpty was pushed."

"You are unique, just like everybody else."
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: corkybstewart on May 14, 2011, 01:23:59 AM
On my personal truck I have the I Brew My Own Beer sticker, and on my company car I have one from Seven Bridges Coop that says "I Brew Organic".  That refers to the coffee beans I buy from them but that's not specified.  I've gotten a few comments but they've all been positive.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 14, 2011, 02:18:52 AM
iPhone post -

I just saw one that made me laugh so hard I had to pull over,

"Jesus loves you.
Eveyone else thinks you're an A-hole!".

 :D   ;D.  ;D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: jamminbrew on May 14, 2011, 04:08:53 AM
I saw one recently that said "Don't tailgate me, or I'll flick a booger on your windshield"   
I also used to have one that said "Stupid people shouldn't breathe!"
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: tschmidlin on May 14, 2011, 05:09:57 AM
I have a fridge magnet that says "everything I needed to know in life I learned by killing smart people and eating their brains"

ZOMBIE!!!!!!     ;D
Send.  More.  Paramedics.

Does Tom's bumper sticker look blue to you?   ;D
I should have been clear, that's not my bumper sticker, just one that I like. ;)  My vehicles are bumper sticker free.

"Jesus loves you.
Eveyone else thinks you're an A-hole!".
I saw one that said
"JESUS SAVES
But Gretzky gets the rebound, he shoots, he scores!"  ;D

Speaking of hockey, maybe some day my dream will come true and Miroslav Satan will sign with the Devils.  I think that would be the best selling jersey in NHL history.  Even Rangers fans would feel compelled to buy it.  Even people who don't like hockey.  It would be a thing of beauty.   :D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: jamminbrew on May 14, 2011, 05:15:01 AM
 
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I saw one that said
"JESUS SAVES
But Gretzky gets the rebound, he shoots, he scores!"  ;D

Speaking of hockey, maybe some day my dream will come true and Miroslav Satan will sign with the Devils.  I think that would be the best selling jersey in NHL history.  Even Rangers fans would feel compelled to buy it.  Even people who don't like hockey.  It would be a thing of beauty.   :D
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How about: Jesus saves by using double coupons?  I also think it would be pretty damn cool if Satan signed on with the Devils. They'd have to give him a certain triple digit number...
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: tschmidlin on May 14, 2011, 05:35:51 AM
How about: Jesus saves by using double coupons?  I also think it would be pretty damn cool if Satan signed on with the Devils. They'd have to give him a certain triple digit number...
Maybe Andy Greene would give up #6 for him.  Or maybe he could wear 36. :)

I think he's retired though. :(
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: jamminbrew on May 14, 2011, 05:40:22 AM
How about: Jesus saves by using double coupons?  I also think it would be pretty damn cool if Satan signed on with the Devils. They'd have to give him a certain triple digit number...
Maybe Andy Greene would give up #6 for him.  Or maybe he could wear 36. :)

I think he's retired though. :(
Wouldn't be surprised, he's been around for awhile. I'll never forget the first time I saw him on ice, I couldn't believe someone actually had that name... 
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: euge on May 14, 2011, 06:06:53 AM
Along the same lines we're trying to develop a departmental teeshirt. I'm thinking of a life size abdominal Xray with "This is your kid on Flaming-hot Cheetos (http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5394069) and Big Red" emblazoned across it.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: nicneufeld on May 14, 2011, 05:15:43 PM
On the hybrid thing, I saw a local municipality patrol car the other day, a Ford Hybrid Escape!  I thought that was pretty funny, in light of my long term prediction that at some point one of the major nations of the world is going to start fielding a low-emissions, hybrid, totally green climate-friendly main battle tank in their armies.  Abrams Hybrid?  Maybe the next iteration of the T-90?  Police cars are the first step.  Soon we'll be paying more-than-our-usual top-dollar to defense contractors to retrofit our military with low-emissions catalytic convertors and climate friendly transportation.  Didn't we have a bicycle cavalry at one point around the beginning of the 20th century?  Mark my words...its time may come again!

The United States Armed Forces...Killing Your Enemies, Saving the Planet.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: Bret on May 14, 2011, 05:50:48 PM
I hate being honked at.  

"Keep Honking, I'm reloading."
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 14, 2011, 07:20:21 PM
"What Would Scooby Do?"

"Eddie Would Tow"   (local da kine)
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 14, 2011, 07:30:13 PM
On the hybrid thing, I saw a local municipality patrol car the other day, a Ford Hybrid Escape!  I thought that was pretty funny, in light of my long term prediction that at some point one of the major nations of the world is going to start fielding a low-emissions, hybrid, totally green climate-friendly main battle tank in their armies.  Abrams Hybrid?  Maybe the next iteration of the T-90?  Police cars are the first step.  Soon we'll be paying more-than-our-usual top-dollar to defense contractors to retrofit our military with low-emissions catalytic convertors and climate friendly transportation.  Didn't we have a bicycle cavalry at one point around the beginning of the 20th century?  Mark my words...its time may come again!

The United States Armed Forces...Killing Your Enemies, Saving the Planet.

If they could only come up with green nuclear weapons war would be great ay?
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: a10t2 on May 14, 2011, 07:58:51 PM
If they could only come up with green nuclear weapons war would be great ay?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutron_bomb
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: thomasbarnes on May 14, 2011, 08:02:51 PM
Soon we'll be paying more-than-our-usual top-dollar to defense contractors to retrofit our military with low-emissions catalytic convertors and climate friendly transportation.  Didn't we have a bicycle cavalry at one point around the beginning of the 20th century?  Mark my words...its time may come again!

I've always though that a hybrid SUV was an oxymoron.

As skeptical as I am of defense spending, it's also the largest source of research dollars out there, and the more research into alternative energy, the better. Anyhow, if the U.S. military is going green, you know that the technology has gone mainstream. Also, think about it, no more wars for oil!
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 14, 2011, 08:09:23 PM
Soon we'll be paying more-than-our-usual top-dollar to defense contractors to retrofit our military with low-emissions catalytic convertors and climate friendly transportation.  Didn't we have a bicycle cavalry at one point around the beginning of the 20th century?  Mark my words...its time may come again!

I've always though that a hybrid SUV was an oxymoron.

As skeptical as I am of defense spending, it's also the largest source of research dollars out there, and the more research into alternative energy, the better. Anyhow, if the U.S. military is going green, you know that the technology has gone mainstream. Also, think about it, no more wars for oil!

Military Bumper Sticker:

"Our Job Is To Blow Things Up and Kill People"

How could you get more green than that?   ;D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: tubercle on May 14, 2011, 09:10:36 PM
Tubercle's favorite:

"Dyslexic If You're Honk"
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: oceanselv on May 14, 2011, 10:12:53 PM
In my college days at Purdue a popular bumper sticker was POTFH!.  In other words Piss On The F@#$%&*g Hoosiers.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: a10t2 on May 14, 2011, 11:27:06 PM
In my college days at Purdue a popular bumper sticker was POTFH!.
It still is!
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: MrNate on May 15, 2011, 03:01:15 AM
I saw one recently that said "Don't tailgate me, or I'll flick a booger on your windshield"   
I also used to have one that said "Stupid people shouldn't breathe!"

My boss had that one on his pickup truck. I was driving it one day, and some young blonde rear ends me. I get out to go check on her and she said, "Oh my god, I'm so sorry... I was just reading your bumper sticker and started cracking up, and I didn't notice you had stopped!"  ;D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: rabid_dingo on May 15, 2011, 09:08:41 PM
I saw one recently that said "Don't tailgate me, or I'll flick a booger on your windshield"   
I also used to have one that said "Stupid people shouldn't breathe!"

My boss had that one on his pickup truck. I was driving it one day, and some young blonde rear ends me. I get out to go check on her and she said, "Oh my god, I'm so sorry... I was just reading your bumper sticker and started cracking up, and I didn't notice you had stopped!"  ;D

You should have picked and flicked!
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: MrNate on May 15, 2011, 09:19:11 PM
Didn't even notice her up until that point.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: jeffy on May 15, 2011, 10:29:42 PM
I saw this today:
Born OK the First Time
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: phillamb168 on May 16, 2011, 07:51:59 AM
Back to the topic: I have only one bumper sticker - "I brew the beer I drink" - apparently I'm the only AHA member who put that on his car,

I'm skeptical about putting any beer-related bumper stickers on my car. It just seems like you're asking for trouble from the cops. Not quite as bad as "Legalize hemp", "Bad cop, no doughnut," or "F*** the Pigs!", but still.

If they made them, I'd want "I'm Your Worst Nightmare, and I Vote."

A benefit to living in France, of course - the grammatical structure of the bumper sticker is a bit complex for someone who doesn't really speak English.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: phillamb168 on May 16, 2011, 07:54:55 AM

Hybrids are for losers. Me, I already put down my deposit on my electric car: http://www.teslamotors.com/models

Very cool car, but how do you power that baby?  At that price I'm thinking maybe the electrcity fairy comes down, waves his wand and -POOF!- charged batteries?  

The French get like 80% of their electricity from nukes.  Would that make it a nuclear powered car?  

I know, you can call it the Nautilus!   ;)

If it comes with a flux capacitor I'm all in!

Ha! Nice idea. But no, the plan is to install a couple solar panels with a deep cycle battery and use that to charge however much I can, then use house 220v for whatever's left. Electricity is super cheap here - I have two beer fridges, a regular fridge, a freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, tv, all those new-fangled eee-lectronics, and my monthly elec bill is usually below 100. The car would bump that, most likely, to 120 or 130 - but that's driving it every day. It'll have paid itself off in gas savings after a while.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 16, 2011, 12:13:22 PM

Hybrids are for losers. Me, I already put down my deposit on my electric car: http://www.teslamotors.com/models

Very cool car, but how do you power that baby?  At that price I'm thinking maybe the electrcity fairy comes down, waves his wand and -POOF!- charged batteries?  

The French get like 80% of their electricity from nukes.  Would that make it a nuclear powered car?  

I know, you can call it the Nautilus!   ;)

If it comes with a flux capacitor I'm all in!

Ha! Nice idea. But no, the plan is to install a couple solar panels with a deep cycle battery and use that to charge however much I can, then use house 220v for whatever's left. Electricity is super cheap here - I have two beer fridges, a regular fridge, a freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, tv, all those new-fangled eee-lectronics, and my monthly elec bill is usually below 100. The car would bump that, most likely, to 120 or 130 - but that's driving it every day. It'll have paid itself off in gas savings after a while.

I don't think you've run out the numbers. Lets say your electricity is free and you pay $8 a gallon for gas. I believe the car you're looking at was about $49K. If you drove 100,000 miles with a 30 MPG car you would have spent $26,667.00 for gas. You're barely over half way to paying it off. Now keep in mind that somewhere around 100K miles, you'll need a new set of batteries and by today's estimates that between $8000 and $12,000. Battery technology will likely improve and those costs will come down. However, battery replacement will always be a very large expense.

I'm ready for an all electric car with a decent range, but they're just not there yet. Hopefully, someday soon.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 16, 2011, 12:33:26 PM
And the cost of charging electricity is added to that calculation.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: phillamb168 on May 16, 2011, 12:45:47 PM

Hybrids are for losers. Me, I already put down my deposit on my electric car: http://www.teslamotors.com/models

Very cool car, but how do you power that baby?  At that price I'm thinking maybe the electrcity fairy comes down, waves his wand and -POOF!- charged batteries?  

The French get like 80% of their electricity from nukes.  Would that make it a nuclear powered car?  

I know, you can call it the Nautilus!   ;)

If it comes with a flux capacitor I'm all in!

Ha! Nice idea. But no, the plan is to install a couple solar panels with a deep cycle battery and use that to charge however much I can, then use house 220v for whatever's left. Electricity is super cheap here - I have two beer fridges, a regular fridge, a freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, tv, all those new-fangled eee-lectronics, and my monthly elec bill is usually below 100. The car would bump that, most likely, to 120 or 130 - but that's driving it every day. It'll have paid itself off in gas savings after a while.

I don't think you've run out the numbers. Lets say your electricity is free and you pay $8 a gallon for gas. I believe the car you're looking at was about $49K. If you drove 100,000 miles with a 30 MPG car you would have spent $26,667.00 for gas. You're barely over half way to paying it off. Now keep in mind that somewhere around 100K miles, you'll need a new set of batteries and by today's estimates that between $8000 and $12,000. Battery technology will likely improve and those costs will come down. However, battery replacement will always be a very large expense.

I'm ready for an all electric car with a decent range, but they're just not there yet. Hopefully, someday soon.

This assumes a fixed price on gasoline over the cost of the car. When I first started driving a little over 10 years ago, gas was $0.75 a gallon. You can do the math on that one.

Also, the Model S I'm going for has a range of 300 miles per charge, although we'll call that 200 miles just to be safe. We have this thing here in Europe called a 'train network' and pretty much any traveling I want to do that's more than 100 miles away, I can take a train. Also of note, 220v is the standard so if for some reason I am stuck out with a dead battery, I can rent a hotel room and get an extension cord.

Another really nice thing the train companies have started doing here, I don't remember what it's called, but the regional and long-distance trains have cargo cars and you get to take your car with you wherever you're going.

You're absolutely right that the Model S and its ilk make no sense, but that's only if you live in the US and do a lot of driving. Were I in the US, I wouldn't buy it.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 16, 2011, 12:58:20 PM
I'm not questioning your driving habits or what mass transit you have at your disposal, I'm simply replying to your comment "It'll have paid itself off in gas savings after a while." I don't think you could drive enough to pay it off with gas savings. I have run out the numbers on several models and it's just not cost effective, as much as I would like it to be.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: nicneufeld on May 16, 2011, 02:38:14 PM
I'm just waiting for nuclear pulse propulsion.

Anyway, electric cars at this point are what I would call an aggressive short sell on gas prices.  By todays numbers, they won't pay for themselves for the higher price in savings, but theoretically if gas price shoots up enough, at some point you would start saving money.  Of course, if gas does start costing 15 dollars a gallon, then by the same token you can imagine how quickly all the various oil-producing nations, including us, would be scrabbling to get it out of the ground, and then oversupply is going to temper that cost pretty quickly.  Anyway, I see no problem getting an electric car but I'd get it because you want it, or think its cool, rather than from any belief that it is a sure thing for financial benefit, because at this point it seems unlikely to save you much, if any money.  But its time may come!

I'm fairly fortunate in that my family only drives maybe 1000-2000 miles a year.  Gas just isn't as significant an expense as it is for other folks.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: mainebrewer on May 16, 2011, 02:54:21 PM
Referring back to some earlier posts:
"Visualize using your turn signals"
and
"Just because you're different doesn't mean you're useful"
are a couple of my favorites.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: gordonstrong on May 16, 2011, 03:39:16 PM
"Just because you're different doesn't mean you're useful"

(http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/demotivators/individualitydemotivationalposter.jpg)
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: tschmidlin on May 16, 2011, 04:43:27 PM
I don't think you've run out the numbers. Lets say your electricity is free and you pay $8 a gallon for gas. I believe the car you're looking at was about $49K. If you drove 100,000 miles with a 30 MPG car you would have spent $26,667.00 for gas. You're barely over half way to paying it off. Now keep in mind that somewhere around 100K miles, you'll need a new set of batteries and by today's estimates that between $8000 and $12,000. Battery technology will likely improve and those costs will come down. However, battery replacement will always be a very large expense.

I'm ready for an all electric car with a decent range, but they're just not there yet. Hopefully, someday soon.
I'm not disputing your point, but you need to subtract out the cost of a similar car that is gasoline powered in order to determine what the break even amount is.  It's not the full $49k.

Bumper sticker - "Make Beer, Not War"

Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: ccarlson on May 16, 2011, 04:55:59 PM
I don't think you've run out the numbers. Lets say your electricity is free and you pay $8 a gallon for gas. I believe the car you're looking at was about $49K. If you drove 100,000 miles with a 30 MPG car you would have spent $26,667.00 for gas. You're barely over half way to paying it off. Now keep in mind that somewhere around 100K miles, you'll need a new set of batteries and by today's estimates that between $8000 and $12,000. Battery technology will likely improve and those costs will come down. However, battery replacement will always be a very large expense.

I'm ready for an all electric car with a decent range, but they're just not there yet. Hopefully, someday soon.
I'm not disputing your point, but you need to subtract out the cost of a similar car that is gasoline powered in order to determine what the break even amount is.  It's not the full $49k.

Bumper sticker - "Make Beer, Not War"



I assumed that he already had a gas car and again, I'm only trying to comment on this statement: "It'll have paid itself off in gas savings after a while." Even if you bought a gas car and an electric car for the same price( which is highly unlikely), you're not really saving any money with electricity when you include battery replacement and that is a real cost.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: corkybstewart on May 16, 2011, 06:37:48 PM
I don't think you've run out the numbers. Lets say your electricity is free and you pay $8 a gallon for gas. I believe the car you're looking at was about $49K. If you drove 100,000 miles with a 30 MPG car you would have spent $26,667.00 for gas. You're barely over half way to paying it off. Now keep in mind that somewhere around 100K miles, you'll need a new set of batteries and by today's estimates that between $8000 and $12,000. Battery technology will likely improve and those costs will come down. However, battery replacement will always be a very large expense.

I'm ready for an all electric car with a decent range, but they're just not there yet. Hopefully, someday soon.
I'm not disputing your point, but you need to subtract out the cost of a similar car that is gasoline powered in order to determine what the break even amount is.  It's not the full $49k.

Bumper sticker - "Make Beer, Not War"



I assumed that he already had a gas car and again, I'm only trying to comment on this statement: "It'll have paid itself off in gas savings after a while." Even if you bought a gas car and an electric car for the same price( which is highly unlikely), you're not really saving any money with electricity when you include battery replacement and that is a real cost.
It gets even more complicated when you try to figure the real cost of gasoline.  How much lost productivity is there from respiratory illness due to pollution caused by gasoline cars?  How much do we pay for increased military costs to either A prop up terrorists states that hates us or B: invade terrorist states that hate us?  This kind of discussion can get really complicated if you want it to, or you can just figure how much an individual pays out of pocket for transportation.  Hint:  Sell the electric car before you think the battery will die and let the new owner adsorb that cost.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: bonjour on May 16, 2011, 06:53:57 PM
Can we bring this back to bumper stickers please
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 16, 2011, 07:01:16 PM
I'm just waiting for nuclear pulse propulsion.

That will certainly take care of any talegaters!   ;D

Future bumper sticker:

"Have You Checked Your Dosimeter Lately?"


Hint:  Sell the electric car before you think the battery will die and let the new owner adsorb that cost.

Well THAT is really being green, isn't it.

Future bumper sticker:

"I'm Really Pissed at the Deadbeat That Stuck Me With His Dead Battery Toxic Waste!"




Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 16, 2011, 07:17:09 PM
Can we bring this back to bumper stickers please

"My Other Car Is A Brewery!"

(http://hbd.org/clubs/cascade/public_html/bigbrew03/toast.jpg)
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: hamiltont on May 16, 2011, 08:11:36 PM
A few years ago while in Colorado Springs I was following an early 60's Chevy. It was a real POS. The bumper was no more that 2" from the ground. The dude driving it was quite old and couldn't see over the steering wheel, just between it & the dash. His bumper sticker read "So Many Women. Such Little Time." Not sure if he even knew it was on there. Cheers!!!
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: maxieboy on May 16, 2011, 08:20:15 PM
Remembered one: "Why couldn't I be rich instead of well hung."  :D
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: majorvices on May 16, 2011, 08:26:06 PM
A girlfriend of mine in High School's step father had a license plate frame that said "Gas, Grass or Ass - no one rides for free"
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 16, 2011, 09:50:29 PM
I had two complimentary bumper stickers on a work truck - briefly:

"If You Don't Like My Driving, Stay Off Of The Sidewalk!"

And

"So Many Pedestrians - So Little Time."

Needless to say, when my boss saw them they were removed.   >:(
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: weazletoe on May 16, 2011, 10:29:17 PM
Needless to say, when my boss saw them they were removed.   >:(

FUN POLICE!! FUN POLICE!!
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: bluesman on May 17, 2011, 02:29:08 AM
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Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: tumarkin on May 17, 2011, 10:42:28 AM
(http://images4.cpcache.com/product/ukrainian-t-shirt-tee/445634554v3_225x225_Front.jpg)

tak!
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: a10t2 on May 17, 2011, 02:15:05 PM
I've been wanting to get one made that says "My other vessel is a jacketed conical."

I don't think there'd be much demand though.
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: weazletoe on May 17, 2011, 07:16:21 PM
Here ya go man. These guys will make anything for ya. Prices are reasonable, too. I've used them before. The do good work.

http://www.fastdecals.com/shop/
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 17, 2011, 07:26:57 PM
I saw one stuck on a construction site earthmover (aka a pan) once:

"Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap"
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: thomasbarnes on May 19, 2011, 09:57:17 PM
Military Bumper Sticker:

"Our Job Is To Blow Things Up and Kill People"

I saw one recently which said:

"God Bless Our Troops: Especially the Snipers."
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: punatic on May 19, 2011, 10:52:54 PM
Military Bumper Sticker:

"Our Job Is To Blow Things Up and Kill People"

I saw one recently which said:

"God Bless Our Troops: Especially the Snipers."

Reminds me of Barry Pepper's character in Saving Private Ryan
Title: Re: Bumper Stickers
Post by: thomasbarnes on May 19, 2011, 11:56:45 PM
I saw one recently which said:

"God Bless Our Troops: Especially the Snipers."

Reminds me of Barry Pepper's character in Saving Private Ryan

The bumper sticker was on the back of a car which was obviously owned by a soldier. The military sense of humor is mordant, to say the least.