In front of Black Market Bistro this morning.

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8 Responses to “UD: NOT living in the Bible Belt.”

  1. theprofessor Says:

    These are quite common in these parts, UD. In fact, in recent years, virtue-signaling has become largely the province of the lefties. It’s quite safe to do. Virtually all of the vandalism of political or religious signs is directed against non-liberal candidates and causes.

  2. Anon Says:

    Being pro-science is virtue signaling! Rofl! Try harder.

  3. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Anon: Yes. I’d say much of the pro-religious world has long since cornered the market on virtue … ‘signaling’ isn’t quite strong enough.

    Plenty of lefties virtue-signal, and it’s obnoxious; but friends of science? As Elmer Fudd would say, weawy?

  4. theprofessor Says:

    Alas, Anon doesn’t see the difference between supporting science (or, ahem, actually doing it) and putting a bumper sticker on a gas-guzzling 4WD SUV, which according to “Science” is heating up the world uncontrollably, ruining the kale crop, and melting Greta Thunberg like Margaret Hamilton in The Wizard of Oz.

  5. Margaret Soltan Says:

    tp: LOL. Bethesda is so jammed with immense SUVs that that thought didn’t even occur to me.

    By the way – I notice that in the “police activity” shows we’ve been enjoying on YouTube lately, the utterly broken down meth dealers and emaciated madmen and desperate swastika-face-tattoos career criminals that the cops stop often stumble out of high-end late model SUVs. Is America great, or what?

  6. Ravi Narasimhan Says:

    Virtue-signaling bad, Vice tweeting and God bothering good.

    Got it.

  7. theprofessor Says:

    You are not kidding, UD. Some of these tricked-out SUVs cost $45-$55K new and $30K used. Even the low-end narcotics biz must be lucrative. Mind you, most of them save considerable money by not insuring them. Locally, I think that the high-end crew cab pickup probably edges out these SUVs for the dealer crowd.

    On the environmentally-conscious front, a local gal managed to get her Toyota Prius up to 110 mph on the main drag here before she either lost control or something broke. She blew something like a .20, and there were drugs, although not in dealer quantities.

  8. Margaret Soltan Says:

    tp: Very encouraging news about the Prius! We have one – I’ll have to tell Mr UD.

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