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Nic: Great Minds Bumpersnicker Alike

On his Facebook wall, Nic/Rants, Raves & Random Thoughts posts: “On the way home, I was stopped behind some dude in a Subaru Outback. In the top left corner of his back window was a Linkin Park sticker. In the top right corner was a Timberwolves logo. Centered at the bottom of the back window was the Assassins Creed logo. And just above the back window (also centered) was the phrase “Ask me about my zombie plan” with the silhouette of a shotgun and blood splatter. I have no idea who that guy was, but I think he and I would get along quite well.”

DFO: I'm like Nic. I enjoy trying to figure out something about the motorist who posts bumpersnickers & script on their vehicles. For example, the upside-down lettering on the rear window of a white SUV parked on Dike Road this lunch hour read: “If you can read this, turn me over.” I walked away wondering why anyone would take the time to put that on his/her vehicle. How about you?

Question: Do bumpersnickers, stickers, lettering and other messages on vehicles interest you? Do you have anything on your vehicle that tells others a little about yourself?

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D.F. Oliveria is a columnist and blogger for The Spokesman-Review. Print Huckleberries is a past winner of the Herb Caen Memorial Column contest by the National Association of Newspaper Columnists. The Readership Institute of Northwestern University cited this blog as a good example of online community journalism.

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