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Vanity Plates "XIV"
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Vanity Plates "XIV"

Vanity Plates "XIV"

(OP)
Yet another new thread for our Vanity-Plates obsession. (Previous thread exceeds 100.)

I didn't know what this plate meant:

Quote:


S3I8008

...until my perverted buddy said I needed to read it upside down.

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Your buddy is probably a big fan of ‘Big Bang Theory’ because this number: S3I8008 is the perfect number according to Rajesh Kothapalli for just that reason smile

Have fun.

---- Andy

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Santa... you mean you never typed that in to a calculator and turned it umop apisdn??

I'm probably showing your age here... you probably weren't allowed them at all. blllttt

Annihilannic
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RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Start --> Programs --> Accessories --> Calculator

Now, how do I turn it upside down ??? upsidedown


Randy

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

CTRL + Alt + Up arrow
(If your hotkeys are enabled)
tongue

“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.” (Kofi Annan)
Oppose SOPA, PIPA, ACTA; measures to curb freedom of information under whatever name whatsoever.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Right click on desktop -> Graphics Properties -> Rotate Display -> Landscape flipped
or
Ctrl+Alt+Down flip

"If it could have gone wrong earlier and it didn't, it ultimately would have been beneficial for it to have." : Murphy's Ultimate Corollary

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

(OP)
Wow ! You folks can drive off into the weeds pretty quickly around here. <grin>

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

On a Prius:

Quote:

LOL GAS

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

My name is Forest, Forest Gump.

http://imgur.com/TtD84hw

**********************************************
What's most important is that you realise ... There is no spoon.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

I saw this on a Honda Element this past weekend: Timonium.

James P. Cottingham
I'm number 1,229!
I'm number 1,229!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Timonium is a suburb north of Baltimore. Might be related to the locale.

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Sometimes the grass is greener on the other side because there is more manure there - original.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Nope. This was a North Carolina plate I saw in Durham. I think it has more to do with the owners name and SUV.

James P. Cottingham
I'm number 1,229!
I'm number 1,229!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

I've been too conditioned to try to interpret license plates. Yesterday I was behind a car and noticed it started with 4MY, but I couldn't figure our the rest of it.

    4MYB113 

I followed this guy for a mile or two talking out loud, "For my bleh?", "For my biie?", "For my be one 13?", "For my bib?", "For my Beib?". Nothin', maybe it's reversed? Maybe it's a code? Maybe...

I finally realized it was a normal issue plate. I was glad there was no one else in the car with me! bigsmile


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

On a Shelby Cobra (I believe Ford)
XL Snake

djj
The Lord is my shepherd (Psalm 23) - I need someone to lead me!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

On a driver training car LOL002. But funnier was the two "L" plates with an extra "O" plate between them (as per the logo on their web site). smile

Annihilannic
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RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Hello, all. I got lost on the site, and ended up here. But since I am, I should mention that in the parking lot of my building is a Mazda Miata with the license plate "YEEHAW". winky smile

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote (yelworcm)

Mazda Miata with the license plate "YEEHAW".
Sounds more like something you would see on a "pickemup" truck.

djj
The Lord is my shepherd (Psalm 23) - I need someone to lead me!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

(OP)

Quote (Annihilannic)

...the two "L" plates with an extra "O" plate between them...

Annihilannic, to those of us that have lived in Commonwealth countries, this is pretty funny, but to Yanks and others, it will need a bit of an explanation (which I'll leave up to you).

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Oh... right... you don't have "L" plates for learner drivers there then I take it? In Australia we have "L" plates for learners (must be accompanied), "P" for provisional drivers (red ones for the first year, speed limited, green ones for the second and third years... or something, both with 0 alcohol limit, and the system varies from state to state).

Do you have any equivalent in the New World?

Annihilannic
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RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

(OP)

Quote (Annihilannic)

Do you have any equivalent in the New World?

I wish we did have the equivalent. The reason is that our being a republic, made up of 50 states (plus D.C. and other territories), those individual states (in an attempt to preserve some measure of "sovereignty") do not look kindly upon Federal "interference" in their state's motor-vehicle laws. Therefore, we don't have nationally mandated "L" plates, or other indicators that the vehicle is being piloted by a "rookie" (or other relative newbie).

If individual states wanted to implement such, then they could do so, but if the vehicle travelled to a neighboring state that had no such provision, then the other-state's policing authorities would not feel the least bit obligated to enforce the original state's plating system. Since there is no uniform plating authority, states don't enact laws to restrict their own drivers more strictly than visitors.

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Mostly, in the USA you can't tell if a driver is a student driver except by looking at his drivers licence. Unless a car belongs to a driving school, you can't tell for sure.

When I got my first license, in 1970, the only restriction was that I couldn't drive from 9 pm to 5 am (later changed to 11 pm to 5 am until age 17). I started out with a learner's permit (meaning that a licensed driver 18 or older had to be with me), but I could have gotten a full license at age 15, had I passed both the driving test and the written test.

There are a couple of states that have special license plates for drivers convicted of alcohol-related offenses (Minnesota and Ohio; maybe there may be others).

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Annihilannic, just a curiosity follow up question:
All the license plate stuff is very interesting, but that would apply if the new driver has his/her own vehicle. What about if he/she is using the parents’ cars to drive before getting his/her own wheels?

Have fun.

---- Andy

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Some parents (maybe drivers, too), put a "NOVICE DRIVER" magnetic sign on the trunk/tailgate of the vehicle. My next door neighbor recently got his license. He told me that during his permit period, he was required to log a certain number of hours/miles driving in various conditions, including dark, rain, snow, and fog. Not sure if they would have refused a license if he didn't reach selected threshholds. And if I'm not mistaken, you must be 21 to drive in NYC. (At least it used to be that way.)

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Sometimes the grass is greener on the other side because there is more manure there - original.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Some years ago, it may be still going on, at least in Poland, novice drivers or those who only drove once in a while (people called them ‘Sunday drivers’) used to have a sticker of a green maple leaf (‘green’ diver?) on the front and back window so other drivers were aware of them and didn’t lean on the horn so much. smile

Have fun.

---- Andy

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Here's my first entry.

Saw these two this morning:

XPLOSVE

SEC O WAR

Not sure why someone has the second one on their can. I can't quite figure it out.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote (Andrzekej)

Annihilannic, just a curiosity follow up question:
All the license plate stuff is very interesting, but that would apply if the new driver has his/her own vehicle. What about if he/she is using the parents’ cars to drive before getting his/her own wheels?

The 'L' Plate isn't part of the licence plate ("registration plate" as we call it) itself, but a separate square plate. Sometimes they are magnetic like the "novice driver" mentioned above, sometimes they slot in to a square frame that is usually sticking out at a jaunty angle from behind the rego plage and sharing one of the screws, sometimes just a sticker. The magnetic or slot ones would probably be preferred by parents in the scenario you described.

Annihilannic
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RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Was passed by NYC 2 OH this morning. Ohio plate. They were doing 55 MPH in a 45 zone.

djj
The Lord is my shepherd (Psalm 23) - I need someone to lead me!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

I don't seem to find any that are very interesting, but here are two I saw this morning:

JNPPLES 1
DENALI

Not exactly sure what the first one means!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

I goofed the first one, it is actually:

JNPPLS 1

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

(OP)
Meibe,

"JNPPLS.COM" was a domain name that lasted from March to April this year. I can't find any other information about it.

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this yesterday...

MheartP 4EV


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Time to 'fess up. I have a vanity plate. It says "OLD BAY". I just love that spice blend!

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Sometimes the grass is greener on the other side because there is more manure there - original.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Two more this morning:

EXIT YES
KLAU SHA - are these the relatives Santa never talks about?

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote:

KLAU SHA

Maybe closure?

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

This week, from an Hispanic member of the jedi -

OBY JUAN

Fred Wagner
(retired, but still involved!)

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this on a Lincoln sedan...

    ABELNCN 


Driven by an old white haired guy that I assume is named Abe.


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Spotted over the weekend...

    HYPNO DR 


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw a list of Vanity Plates denied by the Maryland MVA. The usual stuff, including SCUM, SNUGGLE, etc.

But also included was UNKNOWN. As you can guess, it would be a great way to get out of tickets. Very slick move, but caught.

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The reasonable man adapts himself to the world. The unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man. - George Bernard Shaw


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

(OP)

Quote (JohnHerman)

...it would be a great way to get out of tickets.

Or a bad way to end up with tickets you didn't "earn". Even if you could prove that you weren't at the location of the offense, think of all the time and legal resources one would need to waste to defend oneself from the tickets others "earned".

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Here's a nice collection:
http://www.whenuseeit.com/lists/967/15-License-Pla...

jester

“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.” (Kofi Annan)
Oppose SOPA, PIPA, ACTA; measures to curb freedom of information under whatever name whatsoever.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote (MakeItSo)


Warning: page-reloading slide show AND auto-start videos.

Yuck.

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With business clients like mine, you'd be better off herding cats.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote:

Warning: page-reloading slide show AND auto-start videos.
Sorry about that, I didn't mean to. blush
I don't see any videos - must be my ad-blocker.ponder
About the slide show: yeah. Why use a slide show if the page reloads anyway? Bad programming methinks...

“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.” (Kofi Annan)
Oppose SOPA, PIPA, ACTA; measures to curb freedom of information under whatever name whatsoever.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

National Lampoon's Vacation:

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this clever one on a Honda Fit...
LKAGLOV

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Ford Mustang convertible with BALD GUY but I could not tell because he wore a hat smile

Joe W.

FHandw, ACSS (SME), ACIS (SME)

http://convergednetworks.ca


Interrupt the silence only if you improve it by saying something, otherwise be quiet and everybody will be grateful.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this yesterday.

E IZZZ


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

This is OT, but Westi, your sig block reminds me of this:

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With business clients like mine, you'd be better off herding cats.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this on a red BMW this morning...
FIRECKR - Not really sure what a firecaker is though wink

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Could be Fire cracker

Have fun.

---- Andy

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Guess what this was on?

BLAQ BNZ

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

White Yugo? smile

Have fun.

---- Andy

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

(OP)

Quote (RJoubert)

Not really sure what a firecaker is though wink

Quote (Andy)

Could be Fire cracker

Andy, I'm pretty sure that the wink from RJoubert meant that it was a JK (...Just Kidding).

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote:

Andy, I'm pretty sure that the wink from RJoubert meant that it was a JK (...Just Kidding).

I'm glad somebody around here gets my sense of humor.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

I nearly didn't get it either but that's because I have a sense of humour

Aspiring to mediocrity since 1957

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this on an old Ford pickup (I'm assuming it was a '52)...
BUCK 52 - By the looks of it, that's how much they paid for it. wink

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

At my work there is a car (Saturn) with the plates: WYFH8ME

Is that: wife hates me? Or am I way off?

If I am right, why would somebody advertise that the world?

Have fun.

---- Andy

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Ooh, that reminds me of a friend I had back in the 80's when personalized plates were new around here. His name was Jeff and his wife's name was Sally. He got her a customized plate that read JEFSSAL. He didn't really treat her very well and one day he showed up in her car and the custom plate had been replaced by a plain sequential plate. We asked him where the custom plate was. He said he asked her the same things and that's when she told him she wanted a divorce.

Anyone that knew him could see it coming. I hope they both found someone nice.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

I recently got a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. I got it to go offroading and to escape to difficult to reach places on the weekend. I'm considering getting this and was wondering if it comes off stupid, clever, or what?

CTL+ESC

I work in computers, so I was looking for something that tied the two together.

Then again S3I8008 seems to be available here in California (see first post this thread).


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Or ESC+HOME... has more meaning, but is a combination you wouldn't use as much on a computer.

Annihilannic
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RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this on a Mercedes SUV yesterday...
RICH 1 - Not sure if they were boasting or if the driver's name was Rich.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

3
The plate is not the most important part here...


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Geek humor!

Jim

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

"But Engineer is written with two e."
"No, with 3"

;)

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Is that a portion of Pi?

Aspiring to mediocrity since 1957

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Yes, you can have the Pi and drive it.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

This vehicle must belong to Boris Badanoff:


-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

I am surprised the BMV uses &

djj
The Lord is my shepherd (Psalm 23) - I need someone to lead me!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

I saw this one on a yellow Mustang, yesterday.

GETE UP


Light travels faster than sound. That's why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this on an orange Honda element...
GR8 PMPKN - I couldn't tell if Linus was driving it. smile

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

And now, for something completely different:

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote (MakeItSo)

CTRL + Alt + Up arrow
(If your hotkeys are enabled)
tongue

Hmm very cool indeed. How did I not know about this. lol

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Spotted in my neighborhood this weekend...

IM TAN

Could be their name or description.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Spotted on Handicapped License plates

GIMPY1

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For all of you Happy Days fans, I saw a motorcycle with the license plate

EEYYYHH

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Speaking of motorcycles, the plate on mine is boring, but the license plate frame says...

Quote (SamBones' Motorcycle Plate Frame)


There are no athiests at 150 MPH


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Haha... unrelated, but reminds me, to combat Jehovah's Witnesses climing OVER our fence and knocking on the BACK door of our previous house (the front door was inside the garage...), we put up signs on the side gates:

CODE --> Sign

Do you believe in life after death?

      (Skull & Crossbones)

   Trespass here and find out. 

Annihilannic
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RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

A couple seen recently...

DRAMA Q
DSNY TYM


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this over the weekend:
1WOMAN

djj
The Lord is my shepherd (Psalm 23) - I need someone to lead me!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

On a Nissan 350Z -

CRAY-Z

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Here's one that I laughed at but my kids didn't get...

RUH ROHS



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I saw an out of state Jaguar rolling down the highway with the plate

BKTLIST

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Me neither, Sam... what's the joke?

Annihilannic
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RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Scooby dooby doooo

djj
The Lord is my shepherd (Psalm 23) - I need someone to lead me!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote:

RUH ROHS
I was thinking Astro from the Jetson's.

James P. Cottingham
I'm number 1,229!
I'm number 1,229!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

SamBones:

Was RUH ROHS, perchance, on a Chevrolet Astro?

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

I think the Jetsons is a better guess. I had forgotten about them.

djj
The Lord is my shepherd (Psalm 23) - I need someone to lead me!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Yeah, I was thinking The Jetsons. "Ruh Roh" was one of Astro's signature lines.

I don't recall if it was a Chevy Astro, but I'll go with that just because it makes the plate even funnier.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

And The Jetsons came out before Scooby Doo. I think Scooby was modeled after Astro. Both semi-anthropomorphic* Great Danes.

----

*There's your big word of the day.

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Unfortunatly I remember when both started.

djj
The Lord is my shepherd (Psalm 23) - I need someone to lead me!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this one today (on a 4x4):

TRKOSRS

which I took to mean

Spoiler:

Truckosaurus

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote (flapeyre)

And The Jetsons came out before Scooby Doo. I think Scooby was modeled after Astro. Both semi-anthropomorphic* Great Danes.

...and both were voiced by Don Messick. So there is a bit of DNA shared between the two. bigsmile

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Messick



RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote (SamBones)

both were voiced by Don Messick

Didn't know that, but it makes sense now.

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

(OP)

Quote (djj55)

Unfortunatly I remember when both started.

And I'll bet I was around when you were "started". <grin>

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote (SantaMufasa)

And I'll bet I was around when you were "started". <grin>

And I was around when cars had fins, and not only Buicks had holes on their sides batman.

-- Francis
Francisus ego, sed non sum papa.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Okay...

Remember the Henry J? It was fin-ished.

Bet there are quite a few that might think that a Kaiser-Frazer is a guy who edits press releases for a health insurance company.

Skip,

glassesJust traded in my old subtlety...
for a NUANCE!tongue

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

rofl2

I love it when old people argue.

"When I was a kid, I had to walk 20 miles to school..."
"...through the snow..."
"...up hill..."
"...both ways!"

bigsmile

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

My sister had a Buick four holer. I was one year older than it. You could hold a party in the back seat and not disturbe the four people in the front! That was the car that was ahead of it's time as it started with a button, or at least had buttons to shift. That has been a few years ago.

djj
The Lord is my shepherd (Psalm 23) - I need someone to lead me!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Quote (djj55)

...it started with a button, or at least had buttons to shift.

Is that the one that also had a button to empty the ash tray? There was a car in the 50's that had a button that would dump the contents of the ash tray out the bottom of the car. People's heads would explode if a car did that today, but it's an interesting feature for that time. I just don't recall which car had that feature.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Saw this today on a Volkswagen Passat TDI Wagon (Estate)...

FOSL FRE

And a bumper sticker just below it saying, "BIODIESEL - No War Required".


RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Captain Obvious...



RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

(OP)
Sam,

I believe that the registered owner of the car was named "Lincoln" <grin> ...And if this car is on a public road and the photo was taken recently, the owner is risking getting the car impounded since the tags expired 5 1/2 years ago <another grin>.

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

pumpkin2

I saw a plate the other day: NOTI2I. Not sure what it means. This brings up a question I have. Is a vanity plate only good if others can figure out the meaning? Or, is it OK to have a private meaning to a vanity plate? The words private and vanity don't really make sense. So, I guess that means vanity plates should be for all to see and understand.

Sorry for rambling.

pumpkin2

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Perhaps the owner doesn't see eye to eye with someone over something?

I saw these two this weekend in North Carolina:
HYM8NCE on an SUV and
RDHS4US on a van.


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RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

While driving up the coast this last Monday, I saw this...

MR T

Could it be?!? I sped up to see if it really was Mr. T driving the maroon Prius (bigsmile). Sadly it wasn't him. I was an elderly white man with white/gray hair, and not a single piece of gold to be seen around his neck.

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"


Could it have been Murdock surreptitiously transporting Mr T to the airport?

Skip,

glassesJust traded in my old subtlety...
for a NUANCE!tongue

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Hmmm, I didn't think to look for a cigar!

RE: Vanity Plates "XIV"

Murdoch was the crazy pilot, I think you're thinking of... Hannibal?

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