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Let me know how it works out

Let me know how it works out

Because it’s going so well so far.

It’s August.

The bumper stickers are returning to Ithaca.

Bumper Stickers - Ithaca -  J Street


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If I’m not mistaken, the car that the Tsarnaev brothers hijacked had a “Coexist” bumper sticker. Sure sign that no one inside is armed (not that there was much chance of that in Cambridge anyway).

    pst314 in reply to jimb82. | August 13, 2014 at 10:24 am

    “Coexist bumper sticker”: I believe that was a rumor that turned out to be untrue, that it got started because some other car in a news photo had such a sticker but that the car they actually hijacked did not have such a sticker.

Notice that those “coexist” bumper stickers never explain how non-Muslims are supposed to “coexist” with lunatics who will happily saw the heads off six-year old kids just because they are not Muslims.

But hey, this driver has proudly displayed the PC-approved bumper sticker, and that’s all that really counts, right? By putting it on his car, the driver has signaled his moral and intellectual superiority to the rest of us knuckle-dragging, bitter clingers who wonder about the real-world application of the progressives’ treasured slogans.

    Radegunda in reply to Observer. | August 13, 2014 at 11:34 am

    The driver has also signaled that he/she prefers doing nothing to stop the ongoing massacres and atrocities by a violent, hateful cult with aims to dominate the whole world.

    TugboatPhil in reply to Observer. | August 13, 2014 at 11:05 pm

    I approached one of our local “enlightened” citizens, who had one on his car. I looked at it and then him. The I said, “You know the ‘C’ wants to kill all the other letters, don’t you?”

    He had the “deer in headlights” look, but it was the look when the car is about 15 feet from impact.


“Baker Street” video is awesome.

If only we had left a few million COEXHIST bumperstickers in Iraq we would not be having thee problems.

Maybe we can get an Arab translation of KumBaYah?

    Henry Hawkins in reply to MattMusson. | August 13, 2014 at 1:46 pm

    Being a word nerd as well as a science nerd, your post’s mention of kumbayah made me curious as to its meaning and origins…. language of the Gullah people, kumbayah meaning ‘come by here’, Gullahs being “an African-American population living on the Sea Islands and in the coastal region of the US states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and northeast Florida. Dialects of essentially the same language are spoken in the Bahamas.”

    After learning that I had to go read up on the Gullah, some of whom live an hour’s drive from here. I had no idea. Interesting as hell.

    I’ve been working full time since 1972 and being creative in my procrastinations gets harder and harder, so I sincerely thank you for helping me procrastinate here at work for a full hour.

      Anchovy in reply to Henry Hawkins. | August 13, 2014 at 7:00 pm

      Had you made the wise choice in 1972 to become a “civil servant” you would have had ample time to hone your procrastination skills and would currently be at a professional level.

      Another wasted life not wasting life. Sigh.

      Milhouse in reply to Henry Hawkins. | August 14, 2014 at 3:24 am

      Gullah is Justice Clarence Thomas’s native language. (He’s the first Justice since Felix Frankfurter who has English as a second language.)

Is that a scraped off Øbama/Biden sticker next to it? 😉