I have seen his car around. He is still alive and well. I figured he could be asking for trouble.
oh my God!!!!!!!!!
There is no way that I would be seen anywhere near that car! How bizarre!! And it doesn't look like it will last much longer.
I think this is interesting since many Moslems don't ordinarily embrace our culture, and this car is definitely an icon of some American's bid for attention. I wonder if the owner of the car is American-born or from an Islamic country?
is the car representative of the slogan?
Well at least they never have to worry about anyone stealing their car. I really think that's why they do this. We have one around here too with silver drawer pulls all over the car.
To provoke attention?I like Randy's explanation!
More than religious, that is a fan car of religion. A little hippie look right?HugsValeryBarcelona Daily Photo
As I told you before you are the best in finding this weird stuff. :-) This is amazing!
No matter what the religion, I don't like it when people advertise so blatantly. I have a "I love Jesus" van I photographed in Palos Verdes, which could river this guy's.
Seems like a dangerous vehicle to drive in Florida. Just saying!
Interesting way to comment!
Some people have a lot to say I guess. I for one am not even a fan of bumper stickers and when I see a car that is covered in slogans I tend to wonder about the owner no matter what they are promoting. It certainly does get your attention though.
Someone must be very brave to drive around in that!
Wow, so interesting photo!
I guess this is not the typical message you see in Christian-dominated Ocala!
Well, umm, consider the source???
I am seeing this car at the Barnes and Noble in Ocala tonight.
@ Pam: That is where I took the photo. It is often at B&N but I haven't see it lately. I'm guessing it may belong to someone who works there or frequents the place rather regularly.
Just spotted it at B&N today as well, pretty funny stuff.
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