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Bumper Sticker

In marketing, a small poster with adhesive on one side. Bumper stickers are usually affixed to a vehicle. They are commonly used to display political messages, though they may be used for business, humor, or any other purpose.
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According to the lawsuit, Fath saw Laroca's bumpersticker and said, "That's that Al Franken leftwing radical radio station," adding, "You know our country is on a real high state of alert.
Cartoons by the smartest illustrators and the history of outdoor humor on radio and the small and big screen including the best Elmer Fudd/Porky Pig/Daffy Duck and "that wascally wabbit'' hunting cartoon shorts, ribald songs, tall tales, atypical Ole and Sven jokes, novelty fishing lures and bumpersticker humor.
Demand the Impossible"--a worldwide rallying cry for young militants in 1968, today carries all of the sound and fury of a bumpersticker on an ailing Volkswagen.
Meanwhile, in these United States where common nouns such as democracy and liberty have long known bumpersticker popularity, the notion of a black man or a woman becoming the President remains a joke/a dopey idea/a theoretical construct of small or no plausibility.
George Delany, Chief Creative Officer of aaaForay, says of his simple bumpersticker designs, "One night, while watching C-Span, my imagination was struck when Islamic women called into the program and began characterizing what George W.
One bumpersticker quoted Mother Teresa: "It is a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish.
The latest stage of the Tobacco Industry Boycott led by the corporate watchdog organization INFACT, the bumpersticker drive follows close on the heels of an international "Boycott Kraft" Day of Action in April with leafleting, demonstrations, and other activities in 130 cities and eight countries.
The other day, as I searched for my car in a crowded mall parking lot, I saw a bumpersticker that read: "Mean People Suck.
In today's economy, we cannot allow bumpersticker rhetoric to drive away more American jobs and revenues," Knoblock said.
I remember a particularly galling bumpersticker that appeared in the 1960s: "America: Love It or Leave It.
Cartoons by the smartest illustrators and the history of outdoor humor on radio and the small and big screen including the best Elmer Fudd/Porky Pig/Daffy Duck and "that wascally wabbit" hunting cartoon shorts, ribald songs, tall tales, atypical Ole and Sven jokes, novelty fishing lures and bumpersticker humor.
I KEEP THINKING OF THAT OBNOXIOUS BUMPERSTICKER I USED TO SEE ON THE BACK OF OVERSIZED S UMS BACK IN THE UNABASHEDLY MATERIALISTIC 1980S .