June 16th, 2008 |
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Drivers of vehicles with bumper stickers may be more aggressive than other drivers, according to a recent study from Colorado State:
Drivers of cars with bumper stickers, window decals, personalized license plates and other “territorial markers” not only get mad when someone cuts in their lane or is slow to respond to a changed traffic light, but they are far more likely than those who do not personalize their cars to use their vehicles to express rage — by honking, tailgating and other aggressive behavior.
I’m eagerly awaiting a follow-up study that rates drivers on the “reductive,” “boorish,” and “hit at a party” spectra, perhaps binned by number or density of stickers. RIYL: more on bumper stickers.
April 19th, 2008 |
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Spotted in Madison:
If that’s unclear — and it might well be, since it’s a phone picture — the sticker on the left side says “Dissent is the highest form of patriotism” and the sticker on the right side says “My sister is in the Air Force.”
June 3rd, 2006 |
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Doug Wyatt (of CoreMIDI fame) posts about a great bumper sticker on his blog. While my animus for bumper stickers is well-documented, I have to give a shout-out to such a nerdtastic display.
I’m currently listening to At Least Some Knots Get Untangled from the album “Heaps As” by DJ Olive
October 17th, 2005 |
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I don’t believe in bumper stickers; even so, I’d buy one of these:
March 13th, 2005 |
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With a nod to the second part of my previous post, I bring you the following:
I like it. It’s rather Russellian. Unfortunately, it’s too subtle for ubiquity. Therefore: