Ok, this sign I understand...

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    Oct 13, 2008 7:50 PM GMT
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    Oct 13, 2008 7:51 PM GMT
    ..and this one....even if it does state the obvious...

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    Oct 13, 2008 7:52 PM GMT
    I approve of this message. Is this the liscence plate on Obama's car? We do know from the republican party that he eats babies and strangles kittes and wants five year olds to have sex so maybe it is one of his campaign vehicles.
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    Oct 14, 2008 3:40 AM GMT
    I cannot believe that got approved... hilarious though... and where is this place called twatt?
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    Oct 14, 2008 6:16 AM GMT
    i just snorted milk out my nose
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    Oct 14, 2008 12:54 PM GMT
    Approving vanity plates/tags: some US states now have web sites where you can check for availability of your proposed plate, and even order your new plate online. Plus preview a replica of the finished product on the screen, using the actual plate style, in those cases where you can choose different plate designs, too.

    And the software automatically blocks offensive 4-letter words and other combinations the state has programmed to prevent. But when I was checking for one of my new motorcycles, it didn't block the letters "GAY" which I was considering.

    But since there was a disclaimer that the State DMV individually reviews every online request, I phoned them first, and was connected with a sweet lady who sounded just like Rose Nyland from Golden Girls. After some phone pleasantries the conversation went like this:

    "I was just online at your license plate preview site, and saw that the letters G-A-Y for "gay" are permitted, and I wanted to verify that availability before I made a request."

    "Oh, no, we wouldn't allow that!"

    "Ah... is there a reason?"

    "Well, somebody seeing that might be offended and complain."

    "Offended by the word gay?"

    "Yes, this is a very conservative state, and people don't like that word."

    "I see. Well is there someone I can discuss this further with, who might be able to make an exception?"

    "No, I'm the person who approves all the specialty plates for the whole state* and I just couldn't allow that. We'd be swamped with complaints."

    "OK, well thank you for your time anyway. Good-bye."

    I did get a vanity plate for my bike, but it was just based on my name. This was in 2003, and in 2004 that state passed an anti-gay marriage constitutional amendment.


    * Population <700k
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    Oct 14, 2008 2:01 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa saidApproving vanity plates/tags: some US states now have web sites where you can check for availability of your proposed plate, and even order your new plate online. Plus preview a replica of the finished product on the screen, using the actual plate style, in those cases where you can choose different plate designs, too.

    And the software automatically blocks offensive 4-letter words and other combinations the state has programmed to prevent. But when I was checking for one of my new motorcycles, it didn't block the letters "GAY" which I was considering.

    But since there was a disclaimer that the State DMV individually reviews every online request, I phoned them first, and was connected with a sweet lady who sounded just like Rose Nyland from Golden Girls. After some phone pleasantries the conversation went like this:

    "I was just online at your license plate preview site, and saw that the letters G-A-Y for "gay" are permitted, and I wanted to verify that availability before I made a request."

    "Oh, no, we wouldn't allow that!"

    "Ah... is there a reason?"

    "Well, somebody seeing that might be offended and complain."

    "Offended by the word gay?"

    "Yes, this is a very conservative state, and people don't like that word."

    "I see. Well is there someone I can discuss this further with, who might be able to make an exception?"

    "No, I'm the person who approves all the specialty plates for the whole state* and I just couldn't allow that. We'd be swamped with complaints."

    "OK, well thank you for your time anyway. Good-bye."

    I did get a vanity plate for my bike, but it was just based on my name. This was in 2003, and in 2004 that state passed an anti-gay marriage constitutional amendment.


    * Population <700k


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