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Sunday, May 09, 2010

How Dare You!

bumper stickerI was staring at this quite a while waiting for the lite to turn green, then I remembered I had my camera in my purse; as I often due. Snap! Did it quick, so it's a bit blurred. Cropped out the license plate. I found I thought lots and lots about these as I was driving around that day and wondered why someone would plaster this on their car. It's not something I've seen before. We also know this individual supports or thinks you should support your local music. And what exactly does support your local music mean? The church choir, a band at the bar?

I found it a bit ironic, they didn't want you to presume something as important as what their religion is; but they feel the need to tell you what to support. So, the question is what does it make you think of? Do you think they're an atheist, or Muslim or perhaps they follow witchcraft. My mind races, so many possibilities. What do you think? Do you notice bumper stickers?

In general, I don't like bumper stickers.

11 comments:

  1. Folks are weird arn't they..? How dare they think we care one way or the other...they are presuming we care..I don't care for the bumper stickers, some of them are crude, and when you have children in the car with you...? NO CLASS..

    Happy Mother's Day Sandy

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  2. PEOPLE LIKE THAT YOU HAVE TO FEEL SORRY FOR. SOMEDAY THEY WILL MEET THEIR MAKER, I WOULD LIKE TO SEE THEM EXPLAIN THIS BUMPER STICKER TO JESUS..AMEN

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  3. One would think that if they wanted to make a point, they would at least try to make one that could be understood. Of course, maybe I'm the one who is missing something. For if someone went to the trouble to make a bumper sticker like that, surely they would believe that others would get it--right?

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  4. I think that this person is not a Christian and likes to be allowed to believe whatever it is that they choose to believe. It's their car, and they can post whatever they like on it.

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  5. Yes they can believe what they want, we all can; but why the sticker. If I didn't see the sticker I'm not going to assume they are or aren't a Christian. In fact thinking about what the religion is of the person in the car in front of me never enters my mind.

    Just don't see the need, nor do I see the need in any bumper sticker.

    People have a right to their opinion; but whether someone is Gay or Straight, Blonde or not, Dem or Rep...just don't see why the need to plaster on one's car.

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  6. They are driving a Neon. Who cares what they think. Bwahahahahaha. Okay seriously, just another crackpot in a world full of crackpots.

    Have a terrific day. :)

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  7. I couldn't read the bumper sticker...boy are my eyes bad! What'd it say??? I would never put a bumper sticker on my car, but they sure say a lot about the people in the cars they adorn. HONK HONK HONK!!!!

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  8. I never notice bumper stickers before, however I bet I will run into the back of a car trying to read them now. I can't see it to read it so I will have to get that close, lol

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  9. in my opinion its up to the owner of that car to put that sticker :P

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  10. For those thought couldn'
    t read the sticker it says how dare you presume I'm Christian.

    Remember you can always click on pictures to enlarge them.

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  11. Rodyz, yes they have a right to put whatever they want on the car; my point is...what is their point? Aren't they assuming alot? Does everyone driving around assume they know the person in the car in front of them? Do they assume they're Christian, or not Christian, do they assume they're married or not, do they assume they have children, do they assume they're rich or poor etc. I don't think anyone assume's anything; so believe it's presumptuous of them to assume I'm assuming anything.

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