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Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 07:30am 15 Comments
Chevy van parked at Roswell, NM Walmart.
Jokes I heard about Roswell (famous for 1947 UFO): “All Roswell aliens have a green card”.
And “Roswell is not the ends of the earth,but you can see it from here”.
Happy Hannukah and Happy New Year.
Thanks, Professor for being here.
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to the full extent allowed by law.
Maybe leave this note on the van or not …
“I think we will cut off your head so we can more easily jam our religion down your throat!
— Signed, your friendly neighborhood Jihadist and illegal alien.
P.S. Thank you for surrendering in the next war with us. It will make cutting your head off that much easier.”
“Do you mind if I cram my religion down your throat?”
You already did….
You beat me to it!
I find it racist that liberals find it necessary to say: “Good Neighbors Come in all Colors”. Were I a minority, this would be offensive. How we treat each other is shown in our behavior with each other, not something we broadcast on a bumper sticker.
Replace with “Good Neighbors Don’t Break Into Your House and Refuse to Leave”.
How about “I Shoot Neighbors Who Break Into My House”?
“Were I a minority, this would be offensive.”
LI commenters demonstrate proper use of the subjunctive. 🙂
Were I younger I would not write in this manner.
My neck of the woods has similar cars decked out with multiple bumper stickers papered over the back end. The driver is usually a senile, white hippy.
So…. we have a gas guzzling moonbat-mobile parked outside a WalMart in New Mexico. Yep, that sounds about right.
There is one bumper sticker I agree with 100 percent: Put your kids in a car seat. Nothing pisses me off more than seeing kids standing up in the back seat. I know, how did we all survive… But I always had a seat belt on, even if it was shared with my brother in the front seat.
If this person shopping at Walmart, one might see hypocrisy.
One set of questions that seem key. If you saw someone getting out of a car festooned like this:
a) would you hire them [noting that there are always excuses possible]?
b) other than the typical retail transaction [they immediately give you cash in return for you giving them goods or services] would you do business with them?
c) if they give you attitude reflecting the stickers, or in times of shortage and societal stress, would your answers above turn from affirmative to negative?
There’s “thin blue line” sticker denoting a family member of law enforcement. That’s a bit odd considering the rest of the stickers.
“I like to watch.” – Chance the Gardener.
Why is the first letter capitalized in God Friendly Universe? I’m thinking the message is “Go F*#k Yourself”. Nice, lots of class there moonbat. Meh, I am through fretting over these people. They aren’t worth your time nor worries. I have an uncle like that and he is that way simply to be “anti”.