Personally, I have been considering removing the stickers from my back window to get the info about me out of public view. It’s enough that I have atate issued disabled Veteran plates, but I am not sure I want ppl to know I’m retired Air Force, a Gulf War vet, or a member of (sorry), multiple gun organizations.
As for the family sticker stuff, I def don’t think that’s a good idea. Like the ones with “Cheerleader” above a pic of a pom-pom, and the kid’s name at the bottom. That’s wayyyy too much info to have there. Folks who do that should binge Law & Order SVU, paying close attention to crimes against children episodes. To me stickers like that are saying, “Hey, predators, I have just what you’re after…” and I sure as heck wouldn’t want such in my driveway to advertise the name of my cheerleading daughter there for some jerkwad pedophile to know so he could use her name in approaching her.
Heck, I’ve stopped wearing graphic tees with all sorts of different things on them just to blend better…for that matter, I don’t wear just a tee very often at all nowadays. Darker color polos and short sleeve Proppertype shirts I think are better for urban camoflauge. I simply do not wish to stand out in any way, so…
Now kiddies, that’s it for this one little lecture. Be good.
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After posting, I immediately went to my vehicle and removed my GOA, and sorry, USCCA stickers. I don’t want to provide intel about myself to others so easily. The USAF and Desert Storm stickers stay, cause well, all that says is “Badass” - such intel is free of charge and gladly conveyed