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    Emotionally Insecure Bumper Sticker

    Why do they feel the need to keep telling themselves such things?

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    @L.N. Smithee – photos, please.

    @William A. Jacobson: I haven't seen that one in a while. She might have moved from where I regularly saw it. I figured she might have been proud enough of it to put her own pic online, so I did a search.

    I couldn't find "BIG CAR = SMALL BRAIN," but I did find this from an Italian blog.

    I did notice liberals don't buy American. Isn't a Highlander a Toyota? Isn't the car a bigger statement than the sticker?

    Liberals, post-moderns… they believe that if they say it, it makes it true. Thus, in the words of the ineffable Mitch Berg of shotinthedark.info, they generate a steady stream of 'chanting points' used to try to coerce reality into the form they would prefer. 'Reality-based community' is one of the first such of these that I recall noticing.

    It really reminds me of when I was a kid, trying to argue with my three-year-old brother. It basically didn't matter what I said, he would just say, "No it's not!" Eloquence is of sadly little use in such situations.


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