Bumper Stickers Gone Wild

At the red light, waiting to go into the Liberty Tunnel.                         I blurred the numbers on the license plate.

Bumper stickers have been around a long time but I haven’t seen them on too many cars lately. Until I drove home from school.

12 thoughts on “Bumper Stickers Gone Wild

  1. I’ve never been a fan of bumper stickers and never have had any on my cars. The last thing I want to do is to provide a distraction to drivers approaching my car’s tail at high speeds.

  2. For a bumper sticker collection I was expecting an older, low end model car. I would like to know the story that goes with this guy or gal.

  3. I’m not a fan of bumper stickers, but I have a favorite example. It was an aging Honda Accord being driven in morning rush hour traffic by an aging baby boomer. The bumper sticker proudly proclaimed: “Born to be Wild.”

  4. There’s a car here in Omaha that is completely covered with bumper stickers – the entire car. It’s a teacher at the elementary school. A Prius. All the bumper stickers promote peace and harmony. One day I’ll have to snap a pic to send to you.

  5. That’s a lot of stickers! How did you blur the license plate info? (Just curious, as I do this often on my blogs – and wanted to know if perhaps you had an easy method of doing it…)

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