Bumper Sticker


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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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I thought long and hard about whether or not to put a new Transgender and Christian bumper sticker on the Equality Car II.
According to the New York Daily News, an image of the bumper sticker was tweeted by @ReElectStockman, which bills itself as the "(o)fficial campaign account of the most conservative Congressman in Texas
The retorts to Pascal's bumper sticker wager are many.
Who knows how many other people have seen a bumper sticker at a time they're making such a big, life-and-death decision?
Farther down Coburg Road, coming to a stop at a red light at the intersection of Willakenzie and Coburg roads is an older woman driving a Ford Taurus with a bumper sticker that says, "Boycott Veal: Stop Factory Farming.
Here's the latest news on Colorado's fixation with bumper stickers.
The news media may have over-simplified a more comprehensive policy statement or the Kerry campaign may have distributed this bumper sticker slogan for its own purposes.
They presented the mayor with a fair pay "gift pack": a bumper sticker for the mayoral wagon; a poster for the mayoral chamber walls; and a tee shirt for the mayor.
95 gives parents a bumper sticker with a toll-free phone number to call so other drivers can report how teens are driving--good or bad--to their parents.
Stop reading this bumper sticker and watch the road.
I still think we can save the republic from ruin, vote by vote, protest by protest, bumper sticker by bumper sticker.
ORG, THE WEBSITE FOR THE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE FOR Financial Education, you'll find a bevy of financial advice and an opportunity to get a free bumper sticker with the slogan: "A man is not a plan.