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If you’re going to San Francisco …

If you’re going to San Francisco …

… be sure to wear plenty of bumper stickers on your car.

The first of many from my recent trip:

 

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Yeah. Live simply.

Sell that Camry and buy a skateboard you polluter.

Ugh, typical San Francisco. If your mission was to cause me indigestion during breakfast, you succeeded.

If this guy thinks we should “Live Simply” (i.e. depriving ourselves of as much joy as possible) why is he driving around in a Camry (instead of a Prius no less) with fifteen million bumper stickers on it? Couldn’t one simplistic, vapid and sickly sweet “Peace” message been enough?

(By the way, the Earth isn’t anybody’s mother. Depending in your point of view it’s either a construction made by God who really is the One responsible for creating Man or it’s a celestial body created over many centuries by a random bunch of elements and mindless happenstances and then made able to support life through many more centuries of even more random mechanics and mindless happenstances. Either way it’s a dead hunk of rock and not some living and caring “Mother.” Deal with it hippies.)

Of course, on the San Francisco political scale, that car is driven by a dangerous conservative.

Prius? Why does he have a car at all? Why doesn’t simply walk, bicycle, and ride the bus?
If a thief were to steal that car, would he be doing the owner a spiritual favor? 🙂

I am waiting for the bumpersticker that reads: KINETIC MILITARY ACTION AGAINST A MIDDLE EAST OIL-PRODUCING NATION LED BY A CROSS-DRESSING KOOK IS NOT THE ANSWER.

“Vapid Bumper Stickers are not The Answer” would be more appropriate.

dorsaighost | July 20, 2011 at 4:06 pm

More Spending is Not the Answer

Years ago the wonderful columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, Herb Cain, wrote about a bumper sticker that read, “Nuke a homosexual Iranian whale for Jesus”.

Best evah!!!!!!!

Herb Caen was a real treasure. His columns were a delight.

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