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  1. #31
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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?

    As a graphic designer, I will refrain from the obvious comments and instead, point out that the sticker appears to have been designed by "some guy with a puter".

    Trust me - it's as bad as the idea behind it.
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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?

    Well, there's dumb and then there's Florida dumb.
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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    As a graphic designer, I will refrain from the obvious comments and instead, point out that the sticker appears to have been designed by "some guy with a puter".

    Trust me - it's as bad as the idea behind it.
    Now that you mention it, that is really bad. Did you see his FB page? It's even worse.

    I'm calling BS. His sticker doesn't have the barcode that the police are supposedly supposed to scan, he'd need buy-in by the police, he doesn't have a web site or sales partners, and his FB page is an incoherent mess. This can't be real. I'm surprised anyone is taking this seriously.

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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?


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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?

    I can see someone doing this who doesn't own a firearm, or worse owns one but has little or no idea how to use it.
    Their mindset, like a snarling possum. is to project a badass image.
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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?

    Quote Originally Posted by cdi View Post
    Well, there's dumb and then there's Florida dumb.
    Sounds more like California dumb.
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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?

    Jezuz. Talk about the epitome of dumb fucking ideas.

    Of course, when democrats find out about it, they will probably demand that such stickers become mandatory.

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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?

    Quote Originally Posted by free View Post
    Jezuz. Talk about the epitome of dumb fucking ideas.

    Of course, when democrats find out about it, they will probably demand that such stickers become mandatory.
    Then it will become necessary for any car that has a CCer in it to have the sticker. Then Taxis will be required to ask their passengers and need to have a special light if their passenger does. Then ambulances. Then if you're a CCer but not in your car you will need to carry the sticker around with you a affix the sticker to any car you are in.
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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?

    Quote Originally Posted by donotknowme View Post
    Then it will become necessary for any car that has a CCer in it to have the sticker. Then Taxis will be required to ask their passengers and need to have a special light if their passenger does. Then ambulances. Then if you're a CCer but not in your car you will need to carry the sticker around with you a affix the sticker to any car you are in.
    And will pedestrians need the light on their beanie's?
    The San Andreas fault has thus far been disappointing.

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    Default Re: LTCF/CCW vehicle notice sticker. Is this a good idea?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparks View Post
    And will pedestrians need the light on their beanie's?
    That or register where they will be walking to and when.
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