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  1. Nihilismus says

    If the UFOs want the nation to become more religious, they should stage a show pretending to be God. Presumably they have the power.

  2. says

    Did you know that if you put that three-color stripe on anything it makes it more 70′s? I accidentally got some on myself and sprouted sideburns. True story.

  3. lldayo says

    I regret expressing my right to bare arms at my desk today in IT at this local government office. It feels like the AC is on…

  4. Doug Little says

    All that stuff on there and no where is the universal law of vans written.

    If the van’s a rockin’ don’t bother knockin’

  5. Ellie says

    I no longer bare my arms, and haven’t for about 15 years, but it’s comforting to know I still have a right to, should I so choose. However, I’m puzzled. Why should I care what UFOs accept?

  6. says

    Between this and that van PZ posted (along with the owner’s web site), I’m starting to wonder if these kinds of vehicles are going to eventually replace the “The End is Nigh” sandwich board wearers in fiction.

  7. coffeehound says

    @7,

    What about the right to arm bears?

    Only God fearing bears with American birth certificates.

  8. John Pieret says

    What about the right to arm bears?

    What about the right to arm bares? Aren’t nudists citizens too?

  9. Doug Little says

    What about the right to arm bears?

    They already have 4 legs, I suppose some arms would come in handy though.

  10. timberwoof says

    “Now I want a van with [citation needed] plastered on the side.”

    I want an AMC Pacer with [Citation needed] plastered on the side.

  11. says

    That appears to be a Toyota truck. Hence Cruz will not be using it in 2016. However I’m sure the owners will be more than willing to help him decorate whatever piece of Detroit iron he decides to use.

  12. says

    What I can’t understand is the persistent focus of defeating a term-limited president. The focus made sense leading up to 2012, but now? Are they just trying to play their impeach-the-president-because-we-have-nothing-of-substance card again?

    I mean, if they were really a party that was serious about governing, they’d be looking at means of addressing real policy matters through a slate of candidates that would be running in 2016.

    … but that would be if they were a party that was serious about governing.

  13. Sastra says

    Many years ago I came across the website of an atheist who proudly posted a photograph of his car. It was parked next to another car — and the rear of both were absolutely covered with bumperstickers, some home made, some not. The atheist’s car told people there was no God and why; the other car told people that there WAS a God and here’s what to do about it.

    As I recall it was a chance encounter — the space happened to be empty — and the atheist never met the evangelist. But I like to imagine that if they DID — they would both have been happy as clams. Finally. Someone who not only doesn’t think you’re a kook — but they also want to TALK to you! Probably a rare event in both lives.

  14. movablebooklady says

    I’m really annoyed that this nut used a Toyota Class C RV to brandish his messages on. I live in one of these little workhorse RVs and most of the people who own one are okay folk, including me. Humpf.

  15. exdrone says

    I think one of the smaller font messages is “I’m being driven by Stupid. *pointing finger* “

  16. Akira MacKenzie says

    “Monkey Mind Obama…”

    Gee, you don’t think this guy might be a wee bit racist, do you?

  17. DaveL says

    Why should I care what UFOs accept?

    Well, if you’re going to get the standard examination and anal probe, you’re going to want to make sure they accept your insurance.

  18. oranje says

    Oregon? I’m guessing Oregon. I’ve never seen such a fascinating mix of hippie and wingnut as when I lived there. And I lived right on an urban growth boundary, so I saw both every single day.

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