Well, bet the orders just doubled, thanks to some free advertising.
OK, kind of a long story.
I am involved with a group that has a few gay members, one day standing around after a meeting, a gay man complained that his car had been keyed and the air had been let out of his tires. A gay lady in the group looked over at his car and said “if you don’t want people to target your car for vandalism take the rainbow flags and Harvey Milk stuff off of your windows, that’s what I did and my car car has been left alone since”. So to me, just because you CAN doesn’t mean you SHOULD. It’s like begging for negative attention.
So you’re saying don’t put this receiver in the window of your car?
I think you mis-interpreted the LGB acronym for this lower.
This as much (if not more of) a 1st Amendment issue than anything else in my opinion. Someone needs a map to his “safe space”. I mean, what about all of those inflatable “baby trump” balloons that were making the rounds?
Or what’s that bitch not-real-comic that held up a severed trump head?
That’s probably OK though, right?
I forgot about that @JoeC. And what of Madonna making statements about wanting to bomb the Capitol when President Trump was sworn in.
The hypocrisy is thick.
If Dems didn’t have double standards they would have none at all.
Well,real men shoot irons…so now I’m confused as all get out
OK, I’ll try to do better. If you wave something controversial in public like a bottom end that looks like it might be anti Biden or pro gay stickers on your car, then you should expect to be the target of public opinion, both negative and positive. In other words freedom of speech doesn’t come with freedom of consequences.
I really don’t think anyone will notice that
2x2" engraving unless it’s pointed out to them, and if they’re waving it out in public, they got bigger issues to deal with I’d imagine…
Or they might see it if you are like marketing them and show pictures of them on your web site.
Interesting Pez dispenser.