Skip to comments.So NOW They Key My Car? (A Night Out to See National Treasure)
Posted on 11/29/2004 10:56:54 AM PST by Cinnamon Girl
Last night, I went to see "The Incredibles" in Century City, only, "The Incredibles" was sold out, so we saw "National Treasure" instead. It was REALLY GOOD, by the way. For anyone into American history, this was well done and interesting all the way through. Nick Cage looked good and the chick who played the main chick, Diane Kruger is VERY pretty.
Anyway, it turns out while my car was sitting in the Century City mall parking garage, some nut keyed one side of my car. Why? Could it be the "W '04" bumper sticker I still have on, since President Bush is the PRESIDENT and he WON?
Some of y'all might remember the post from August: "Dennis Prager Agrees to Put Bush/Cheney Sticker on His Lexus: LET'S ALL DO IT TODAY!!!"
It was on that day that I put the somewhat discreet "W" circle sticker on my car bumper. Up until last night, nothing had happened to my car.
I still see a LOT of Kerry/Edwards stickers on peoples cars and the "W" with the red line through it. Is anyone else still experiencing post-election liberal rage?
Unfortunately, both Los Angeles papers endorsed Kerry....fat chance of them publishing such a letter.
Are you sure it was not a group against the use of the word "chick" to describe women? "PETA against chicks for food and chicks as women?"
Undoubtedly. Besides, Century City is the capital of the West Side, you're deep in enemy territory.
You might have to make a jump-shift in your assumption about
WHO and WHY your car was keyed. I would go more for the
envy theory. There are people (undisciplined juvenile minds - not necessarily an age indicator) out there who will
key your car just because:
a. YOU are a HAVE and they are a HAVE NOT
b. There was nothing better to do at the moment
c. The perp was having an anger fit at someone/something
else entirely and YOUR car just happened to be there
d. He/she knows someone who has a car just like YOURS
and he hates that person...not you!
e. any combo of the preceding...
f. There is no rational nor reasonable answer to your
Did you go to Tantasqua High School too?
I had a teacher just like that!
Wear that key mark on your car with pride and never get it repainted. Consider it a beauty mark on your car, that exposes the ugliness of the left.
Sorry about your car. At least they didn't slash your tires.
I need that.
Dennis Prager made a good point, though, and on that day, a lot of people in my neighborhood said 'what the heck' and put the Bush bumper stickers on. He made the point that we were going to say what we wanted to say and they couldn't control us with their vandalism.
Well, my in-laws are bringing up BS scandals whenever we meet up.
I simply nuke them with 2 words, though:
heck, visit this site...this will infuriate. Were I there, and someone did this, I'd beat them on the spot.
I've actually enjoyed gloating, we've earned it
"They can't understand the morals/values issue because they have no values and disrespect other people's personal property."
For openers, many of them don't believe in personal property.
In Orange County, where I live, I saw many more Kerry stickers, than Bush stickers. Obviously I wasn't the only Bush supporter opting for no stickers.
I made a decision to NOT put stickers on my cars, fearing that dems have become nasty people. It sounds like the character of dems is bad and getting worse.
Think "silent majority."
BTW, Magnetic bumper stickers are the way to go when surrounded by hate.
*hint: my tagline*
If somebody keys it, it doesn't matter.
liberal hatred knows no season
We've got a Bush/Cheney bumper sticker on our car. No damage yet. (Of course, I should mention that next to the Bush/Cheney sticker is an NRA sticker. That might scare some of those chimps off...)