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Pick the most naïve bumper sticker

The featured image above is before reader Kenneth edited it to add his own view, below.

Professor Jacobson-

Thought you would appreciate this Jetta I witnessed at the grocery store in MA today.

Edited, and unedited, attached.

Bumper Stickers - Massachusetts - Coexist edited

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A fun fact that the capital-C Islam crescent leads off, and presents larger than all the other coexisting alternatives.

Try displaying this in the frenemy countries of Pakistan or Saudi Arabia. Or in many neighborhoods of London.

(Maybe your beloved Prezzy would come to your aid … but maybe not, too.)

9thDistrictNeighbor | January 26, 2014 at 9:50 am

And to think that Stephen Hawking now says there are no black holes…. No light or energy has escaped from the edge of the education establishment for eons.

    The universe is gray. The processes and materials which constitute it/us are diffuse with only temporary or semi-stable coherence.

    Hawking is a philosopher. He forms plausible images from emergent patterns. He should resist obscuring the fine line which separates science and philosophy. The incentive to conflate the two perspectives has lead to the corruption of science and sabotaged the material good it can offer to elevate the human condition.

“If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.”

What’s really meant of course is PUBLIC education (so-called). This slogan’s encapsulated arrogance assumes that people are incapable of acting in their own best interests and would forever remain inert & stupid) until the Nanny State intercedes and affects a rescue, all for their own good you must understand. Who else but leftists sell people for such short money? If those who are inadequately prepared understand that the principal difference between themselves and others who have better prospects, employment, or social standing, is education, common sense says that the former will know what to do.

    gasper in reply to pfg. | January 26, 2014 at 10:12 am

    “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.” And then put the other signs up to demonstrate his/her point.

    Radegunda in reply to pfg. | January 26, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    Education is very often not the principal factor or even a major factor behind differential economic success. What’s often more important is courage and risk-tolerance, confidence and assertiveness, inspiration and vision.

    Having an idea for a product or service that people will buy in droves is not something that can be taught. Business schools might teach entrepreneurial skills, but some people are natural entrepreneurs, while others aren’t. (I know people with left-leaning politics who have more business sense than I do.)

    One factor very often overlooked is whether your talents and interests are for work that’s labor-intensive or not. Can you multiply your customer base without doing appreciably more work? (Entertainers can.)

    It also helps to get a modest job that’s controlled by a labor union. Some years ago I was taken aback to see the large new home of someone I knew in elementary school who was not academically inclined. I performed much better when we were in the same schools, and I went on to get quite a bit of education while she and her husband got jobs at Boeing, and not the high-skilled kind. Guess who’s more economically successful?

Which god does this person want to bless all nations? Buddhist don’t believe in a god, pagans worship nature, there are thousands of gods in Hinduism, The god of Islam operates on a whim and would just as soon damn you as bless you. So which God in particular does this moron want to bless all nations. The real message is that all paths lead to the same place so just Co-exist or else.

    While God reserves judgment, and promises everlasting life, the mortal god doppelgangers promise creature comforts through redistributive change. These people demand money, sex, and ego gratification to bring meaning to their lives. Their faith shifts as men and women promise them a better and immediate return. They willingly join the Dodo Dynasty to secure their personal benefit.

The ignorance, or perhaps hypocrisy, is breathtaking.

Abortion, huh yeah. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing!
‘Cause it means destruction of [wholly] innocent lives.

And another favorite…

Make life, not abortion!

The universe is gray. The processes and materials which constitute it/us are diffuse with only temporary or semi-stable coherence.

Hawking is a philosopher. He forms plausible images from emergent patterns. He should resist obscuring the fine line which separates science and philosophy. The incentive to conflate the two perspectives has lead to the corruption of science and sabotaged the material good it can offer to elevate the human condition.

Phillep Harding | January 26, 2014 at 3:42 pm

Are those religious symbols supposed to represent nations?

Have you ever noticed how the Islamic crescent is reminiscent of the old-school Pac-Man character that tirelessly roamed video arcade screens in a manic feeding frenzy that did not end until all opponents were destroyed?

The comparison makes you feel all warm and cozy-like, doesn’t it?

Choices are to eliminate Pac-Man or it’s “Game Over”.

I get so sick of people who don’t believe in God telling me how I’m supposed to behave (or what to believe!) toward people of different religions. “Muslims worship the same God that you do.” (Of course, they NEVER turn that around and tell Muslims “Christians worship the same God you do.”)

I like to say, “You and I follow the same Constitution. So why can’t you co-exist with pro-lifers?”

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