I think he got his message across.
As a Vietnam vet he has my permission to put whatever he wants about the marines on his car!
Lowell, this is what I put on my post in response to your comment: Lowell, are you kidding again. . .me, a Vietnam vet? Where did you get that idea?I think I have to restructure my sentence or punctuate it differently. I was referring to the owner of the car. On the bumper he has a vietnam veteran sticker (I maxed the photo to see it).
Definitely worth the embiggening! :)
No doubt here!
Looks like he has a lot of pride. Stickers are not good for the paint job.
I wouldn't risk parking too close to his truck!
I can smell the testosterone all the way over here ;-)
I like your license plates :)
Yikes, I think he's oversaid it.
Unfortunately you can't find cures for this at Walmart's pharmacy. Or anywhere else for that matter.
My nephew was a Marine and I can say for him that once a Marine, always a Marine. :)
I think he adequately conveys the "don't mess with me" attitude. I hope he lives, happily, in some very remote corner of Texas.
I'll just say, nice reflection on the tailgate.
Lots of signs in this big truck!Léia
This Marine has plenty of company in Texas. I note that he is driving the least fuel efficient vehicle on the road.
Only in America.
Yup! OK. Once a Marine Always a Marine I guess.
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