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Saw immediate results.
on January 15, 2016
I bought this product and applied it to my pickup here in Waco, Texas and saw IMMEDIATE results. Legislators enabled every citizen in Texas to open carry firearms then and there, Ted Nugent music started playing from the heavens and ALL AROUND ME my fellow citizens were transformed into freedom-loving patriots who were disappointed by the ever-growing Federal government but endlessly optimistic about the potential of the American people!
OK, the Ted Nugent was actually playing on my XM radio but the rest of it had to have been the sticker. Also, Ted Nugent only lives a few miles from here. And, well, since this is Texas, people were sort of already that way. But I’m sure the Don't Tread on Me (Gadsden) Flag REFLECTIVE Decal did some good.
In fact, I KNOW this Don't Tread on Me (Gadsden) Flag REFLECTIVE Decal is powerful and able to persuade people to join the Freedom Movement because I drove over to Austin and tried it out yesterday.
I just pulled into downtown and rolled into the UT campus where everyone could see the Don't Tread on Me (Gadsden) Flag REFLECTIVE Decal. Then I asked all of the spikey-haired boys and strong women of UT about their political views in full view of the sticker, demanding specific answers, and while open carrying my 1911 and holding a Barrett 82A1 .50 cal over my shoulder (with considerable effort).
To an individual, each kid around me agreed with my positions regarding America’s excessive and punitive taxation, the audacity of the nanny state, the incompetent tyranny of the TSA and the sickening degradation of an increasingly socialist America. They ALL FERVENTLY agreed with me and smiled politely—a few were even whispering into their iPhones (probably sharing patriot ideals with their friends and family on the spot). What a sticker!
I’ve actually bought a number of these types of stickers but this particular sticker, from this specific place, is the most well made I’ve seen. The color is a lot closer to the authentic flag and it was really easy to apply.
For some reason, I’m always getting pulled over by the cops (even though I’ve served my time, found Jesus and that wasn’t even my truckload of antihistamine like that lyin’ prosecutor said). But since applying this sticker to my truck they don’t seem to want to pull me over anymore AT ALL as I pull out of the Texas Freedom Patriot Militia Corps Compound. Instead, they just mumble into their radios; probably telling their friends about my Don't Tread on Me (Gadsden) Flag REFLECTIVE Decal and how they secretly want one. The sticker does, however, seem to attract an unusual number of black helicopters once sunlight hits it as I’m leaving each day. Maybe it’s the coating; perhaps a little tin foil will help? Between that and duct tape, you can fix about anything. But a government.
My only issue with the sticker is its ability to deal with heat. As I’m typing this, I’m catching all kinds of heat from various Federal Alphabet Soup Agencies in the form of drone surveillance, scary balaclava-clad snipers and actual, literal fire being dispersed at me from what I’m pretty sure is an M67 Flame Throwing Tank. The sticker did good at first, but it’s showing obvious signs of curling around the edges and there’s a definite smell of burning hair. I can’t feel my feet. I’m trying to email the manufacturer about ways I could preserve the sticker longer under these thermal conditions, but apparently the Feds have established a Mobile Phone Dead Zone within 50 yards of my truck (again).
I’m not sure I’m going to make it into Comcast for work tomorrow, so somebody tell Ricky. I don’t regret loving my country but fearing my government. I don’t regret marrying Peggy, most days. And I certainly don’t regret buying the Don't Tread on Me (Gadsden) Flag REFLECTIVE Decal, which really is a well made product and a great way to identify fellow patriots. I kind of regret wearing Rayon today, though, because it’s pretty flammable. Oh, hey! Check it out up in the sky! It’s a C130 airpl