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March 19, 2005
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Bumper Stickers for Hybrid Car Owners

A couple of years ago, I wrote an article on the Toyota Prius, a Hybrid/Electric car that gets 50 miles per gallon. For the details see:

Save the Environment and Stop Funding Islamic Terrorism: Buy a hybrid car!

I have created two bumper stickers and a license plate frame for hybrid car owners:

Click on the images to learn more about the products. Any profits made on the sale of these products will go to the families of the 9/11 victims.

Posted by David Melle at March 19, 2005 12:49 PM

That's fanatic crap.

Posted by: name on March 26, 2005 12:04 PM

Why is this "fanatic crap"? Take this into consideration:

* The 2005 Toyota Prius gets roughly 60 miles per gallon (the 2002 Toyota Prius gets 50 MPG).

* Most SUVs get between 5 to 8 miles per gallon.

* If we improved the average MPG for all cars in the US by ONE MPG, this would be the equivalent of all of the oil in Alaska for one day of consumption!

* If we improved the average MPG for all cars in the US by 10 MPG, we would not need to purchase any oil from Saudia Arabia or any other Islamic Supremacist country.

So, if you drive a Toyota Prius, you are effectively working towards cutting the funds for Al-Qaeda, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and other Islamic supremacists.

You are effectively $tarving terrorists.

"Name", what car do you drive?

Posted by: David Melle on March 26, 2005 12:24 PM

I drive a mildly modified 1988 Honda Civic.
It gets 40-52 mpg, Im told by the Honda fanatics that with more modifications it could get up to 80 mpg.
The sales sticker on this car stated 31 city, 37 hwy.
Does anyone remember the Civic VX from '92-'93??
It had a highway rating of 77 mpg (non-CA emissions)

Posted by: Rob on April 10, 2006 05:39 PM

We need more bumper stickers like this. How best to succinctly communicate that we need to raise our fuel efficiency -- for many reasons: increasing costs, national security, and environmental concerns.

Sadly, while Brazil stuck with their initiative to wean themselves off foreign oil, succeeding finally this year, we discarded the efforts begun by Jimmy Carter in the late 70s and are now facing a new kind of multi-front war: political/military conflicts and imminent ecological catastrophe.

Keep it up.

Posted by: plooger on August 1, 2006 07:57 AM

I drive a 2008 dodge ram 5.7 hemi 4*4 and city I get about 10 miles to the gallon and highway I get 21. But I would rather drive this than a inport car any day.

Posted by: None on December 15, 2007 05:55 AM

None(hemi owner), maybe if you had an imported car it would help your spelling... anyway, i'm glad you're spending your disposable income on gas at 3.5/gal & 10mpg rather than buying more guns or donating to mccain's campaign...

Posted by: newpriusowner on May 5, 2008 09:30 AM


Posted by: on May 23, 2008 12:36 PM

Personally, I like the bumper sticker that says, "I'd rather buy green Japanese technology than dirty Arabic oil!"
If you like that then click on my name to get one.

Posted by: civichybrid on June 21, 2008 12:02 PM
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