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Huckleberries: Mixed messages give us culture war & peace

Huckleberries Thursday begins spotlights that red Nissan Sentra that we discussed here earlier in the week -- the one with the mixed messages on the back window and bumper. I compiled some of our thoughts into the lede item. (Question: Do you have a bumpersticker on your car? What does it say?)

Huckleberries: Mixed vehicle messages give us culture war and peace

The signage on the back of a red Nissan Sentra in Post Falls offered mixed messages. First, the hand-drawn sign painted in orange on the rear window: “if you don’t Like our Culture Then go Back To your Country!!” Then, there’s the matter of the two stickers on the bumper: “More yoga” and “Got peace?” Huckleberries tries to reconcile the contradictory statements.