We've never really understood the impulse to plaster slogans on the back of one's vehicle. True, in high school we did order a bunch of stickers with pictures of a screw on them out of National Lampoon and for a week most of our neighbors' cars suddenly announced, "I [Screw] My Kids," and "I [Screw] My Horse." Thinking back, it turns out that we've only ever had one bumper sticker affixed to an actual bumper, and it was for our old band. Which hardly counts. By and large however, bumper stickers tend to be quite bad. Unlike men's room graffiti, which tends to be quite good (our favorite of all time from inside D.B.A. in the East Village. One guy had written, "I fucked your mother." Below another guy wrote, "Go home dad, you're drunk.") Yesterday we saw a "What Would Neil Young Do?" sticker. A minute later we saw, "Is It 2008 Yet?" We'll leave it up to you to decode which one we love and which one we detest. Now, your favorites?
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