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12/13/2012

Nondescript decal that doesn't mean anything to anyone thinks it poses threat to HRC's brilliant branding; cute

by Jeremy Hooper

How long do we think the folks behind the anti-LGBT Manhattan Declaration (which has no real connection to Manhattan) drove around looking for an HRC sticker to park beside?

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[Manhattan Declaration]
(H/t: Scott Hutcheson)

One is an easily recognizable and very popular equal sign. One looks like a hastily peeled orange that someone gave up on. In this war of talking out of your car's arse, I'm pretty okay with equality's odds.

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