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Bumper sticker philosophy

What yours says about you. To the police.

4 Responses to “Bumper sticker philosophy”

  1. ZerCool Says:

    I won’t slap ANY candidate’s name on my truck. Ever.

    I’ve got a Gadsden, a Sons of Liberty, “Peace Through Superior Firepower”, and a fire department decal on my rear window. The bumper sports a magnet with the slogan, “Forget Tibet. Free America.”

    That’s it.

  2. Dubber 308 Says:

    My truck has two bumper stickers. “Spay and neuter your pets, and weird friends and relatives, too” and a sticker that has been there since the Clinton administration “Jimmy Carter is no longer our worst president”.

  3. Ellen Says:

    Don’t put stickers on my car. No matter what they say, somebody is bound to disagree with it — and they might get violent or vandalistic about it.

  4. Ash Says:

    Ellen nailed it. There is research to show you should avoid cars with bumper stickers, because they are equivalent to marking your territory, and there is a higher chance of road rage.


    The number of territory markers predicted road rage better than vehicle value, condition or any of the things that we normally associate with aggressive driving,” say Szlemko. What’s more, only the number of bumper stickers, and not their content, predicted road rage — so “Jesus saves” may be just as worrying to fellow drivers as “Don’t mess with Texas”.

    Szlemko admits that he is not entirely surprised by the results. “We have to remember that humans are animals too,” he says. “It’s unrealistic to believe that we should not be territorial.”

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