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Monday, November 30, 2020

So who's going to be the first to get a FUCKYOU plate?

California can't enforce a ban vanity license plates it considers “offensive to good taste and decency” because that violates freedom of speech, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. 

U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar ruled in a case filed in March against Department of Motor Vehicles Director Steve Gordon on behalf of five Californians who were denied permission to put their messages on personalized license plates.

11 comments:

  1. Forget FUCKYOU, get FUCKGAV.

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  2. Hang on until someone tries to get a ZYLKON-B plate.

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  3. Now, that's just begging for a ticket...

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  4. I'd go with "Phuk U" because it reflects the pronunciation better

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  5. I want the most disgusting word on my license plate: Newsome. If that's not available, Nuisance.

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  6. And if that ones taken,
    CA SUCKS

    Elmo again.

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  7. A lady I know had a vanity tag on her Jeep CJ that said 4PLAY. State decided it was vulgar and refused to renew it. She changed it to 4PLAYN

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  8. Then there are: 4Q2, U812, 69 4EVR, and many more from my youth.

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  9. Great, just what we need - further erosion of public decency. Now everybody will have the opportunity to answer questions like "Mommy, what does 'cocksucker' mean?"

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  10. Just waiting for the professional who gets ITRNTRX

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