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Old 12-31-03, 09:49 PM
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A humorous scenario that would get me strip searched by the security force of the Air Force Base where I work when I try to ride through the gate in the morning. I applaud the irreverence, but you have to remember the events of the recent past, and I'm not just talkin about 9/11. Think about every city around the world where a terrorist act has been committed. The US used to be different, but not anymore. What you choose to express may come back to bite you. Our constitution says you have the right to free speech, and some of us will put our butts on the line to defend what you say, even if we don't agree with it. But, with that freedom comes responsibility. I hate to see any encroachment on our freedoms, but we have to wake up to the fact that those things that we are willing to fight for, and our size and military strength make us a bigger and more attractive target for the whackos of the world. Unfortunately, those few bad apples have put the whole bushel under tighter scrutiny, and sometimes making a joke about it with a simple bumper sticker isn't the best thing to do. I think about this a lot (maybe too much), not only because of where I work, but also because 9/11 is my birthday.

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Old 01-01-04, 12:35 AM
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Originally Posted by demoncyclist
A humorous scenario that would get me strip searched by the security force of the Air Force Base where I work when I try to ride through the gate in the morning. I applaud the irreverence, but you have to remember the events of the recent past, and I'm not just talkin about 9/11. Think about every city around the world where a terrorist act has been committed. The US used to be different, but not anymore. What you choose to express may come back to bite you. Our constitution says you have the right to free speech, and some of us will put our butts on the line to defend what you say, even if we don't agree with it. But, with that freedom comes responsibility. I hate to see any encroachment on our freedoms, but we have to wake up to the fact that those things that we are willing to fight for, and our size and military strength make us a bigger and more attractive target for the whackos of the world. Unfortunately, those few bad apples have put the whole bushel under tighter scrutiny, and sometimes making a joke about it with a simple bumper sticker isn't the best thing to do. I think about this a lot (maybe too much), not only because of where I work, but also because 9/11 is my birthday.
I'm definitely thankful to you, and all others who are out there fighting for us and defending us. Thanks. But, I still just don't see why you people are getting so upset about a bike sticker. I don't think anyone who displays this sticker is out to threaten national security. A sense of humor can be a valuable asset in these scarry times. Lighten up I say.
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Old 01-01-04, 04:53 PM
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My father was a Marine and fought in Korea, his daddy was a Marine and fought in WW2 and his daddy was a Marine and fought in WW1 and his daddy was a Marine and fought in the Spanish American War and his daddy was a Cosack and fought in the Russian War and his daddy was Union soldier and fought at Gettysburg and his daddy was British and fought in Boston and Georgetown during the Revolutionary War.

I am a Lover and refuse to fight even though the WTC was basically in my backyard and I watched more carnage than I ever care to see again on that horrid day in the Fall of 2001...

and yet, I find all of those stickers fine.

Different strokes for different folks, I say.

BTW-the first paragraph is 98% BS... beyond my dad and grandad I haven't a clue about any other relations fighting in any wars.

However, I am STILL a Lover.
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Old 01-08-04, 11:24 AM
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I say lighten up as well for God's sake !!

Has any Japanese people ever taken offence at Oakley naming their sunglasses "thermonuclear protection" sunglasses ? Should rappers stop using the phrase "DA Bomb" out of respect for bomb victims. Should I stop flying on Boeing airplanes, because afterall they are used in terrorist acts at times?

The answer to all of the above is a resounding NO.

LIGHTEN UP
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Old 08-10-04, 07:18 PM
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Every one needs to chill, it's not a political statement, it's not meant to offend, the ''This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb'' stickers are from the band This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb, a cow punk band from Pensacola Florida. Everyone can rest better now that there's no terrorist master plot to make bikes into pipe bombs. About making money from anti-capitalist stickers, yes as long as there's one free minded individual there will always be anti-capitolistic movements, even if it's just a sticker it got your attention and made you think didn't it?
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Old 08-10-04, 09:15 PM
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Does anybody know which shops in PDX sell these stickers? I like the heart & chainring one...
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Old 08-11-04, 12:06 AM
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I've got stickers on my bike that say, "Gasoline Kills" and "I Love This Bike". They came from unamerican.com quite a while ago. They really completed the bike, in my opinion.

The humor of something like 'this bike is a pipe bomb' is in the fact that a bike is very much NOT a pipe bomb. In fact, its so not a pipe bomb that the combination is ridiculous. Bikes help people, not hurt them. The absurdity is amusing.

Reverance doesn't mean not talking about something. Its good to have movies about war that let people know how bad it is. Its good to have books about **** so you can see how bad it really is. Avoiding a topic doesn't make it go away. So just work on your senses of humor, and consider the sticker a reminder of your choices when it comes to making something out of steel, a bike or a pipe bomb, your choice.

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Old 08-11-04, 01:11 AM
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"Does anybody know which shops in PDX sell these stickers?"

Try City Bikes or microcosm. City Bikes inner east side on SE Ankeny at 7th and 19th, MC up north at 5307 N. Minnesota Ave.

https://www.citybikes.coop/
https://microcosmpublishing.com/

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Old 08-11-04, 07:46 AM
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I saw a bike once that had been painted with chalkboard paint. Then, you can create whatever statements you wanted. People could even leave you messages.
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Old 10-28-04, 11:36 AM
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Travelling punk bands are notoriously short on cash, This Bike is a Pipe Bomb is no exception. Usually these bands sell cd's t-shirt and stickers to support their tours. A bicycle size sticker seems like a no-brainer if the name of your band is "This Bike is a Pipe Bomb", and seeing how most punx are ecologically aware and/or poor, most of them ride bikes. They've played Chattanooga several times, and they are very nice people, and they have a grasp on the humor/irony connection. See it's funny 'cuz if you were to put a pipe bomb in your bike, you might not want to advertise it with a sticker. Get it? I've got one on my bike because it angers all the right people.
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Old 10-28-04, 11:56 AM
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What is REALLY funny is a BUSINESS SELLING anti capitolism stickers!!!!!

Sort of in the realm of PETA supporters wearing leather shoes I guess. Some of those stickers are so far in left field they'd make Castro look right wing.

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Old 10-28-04, 12:23 PM
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how did this thread turn into an apology to military people and a discussion about patriotism?

ITS A STICKER... Can you REALLY say that you feel that strongly about this sticker? Would you guys act this way if you saw someone sporting this on the street?
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Old 11-02-04, 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by phidauex
The humor of something like 'this bike is a pipe bomb' is in the fact that a bike is very much NOT a pipe bomb. In fact, its so not a pipe bomb that the combination is ridiculous. Bikes help people, not hurt them. The absurdity is amusing.

Reverance doesn't mean not talking about something. Its good to have movies about war that let people know how bad it is. Its good to have books about **** so you can see how bad it really is. Avoiding a topic doesn't make it go away. So just work on your senses of humor, and consider the sticker a reminder of your choices when it comes to making something out of steel, a bike or a pipe bomb, your choice.

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its a sense of humor issue, but its also a sense of reality issue

The bike is a tool, not a bomb, and i basically see "this bike is a pipe bomb" (regardless of the band from FL) as a mimicry based at fear consumers and of all of the greedy decisions people in power of this bloody country have made.
If anything, on a worldly standpoint, seeing this sticker has opened my mind and is meant to be just a taste of a society that you dont want.
Its also mimicking what the self proclaimed pros on the right are promoting. that anything or anyone could have a bomb in it.....
Of course! root reason being? (you mean we have to get into that?)....under the table relations/ mishaps, competition of separatists and religion, mass-media, the patriot-act, code warnings, the market/corporations, american leaders breaking the law and then failing. too much money and politics involved. then you have personal issues.
all discombobulated into one big ball of ohshitttt.
thats what you can blame for unfortunate outcomes, and this sticker (if you dont like it).
you get the big picture
try to understand.
Whether you ride to ride, to excercise, to commute, whatever, we all ride and have that in commonso look a little more into the reality of it all.

Cycling is a metaphor for freedom (for free).

anything to help people to understand the insanity thats going through peoples heads... well, your head, is a good thing.
move on, the times are a changing, theres more than meets the eye. I am a real american, fight for the rights of everyman.
(there are so many more lame cliches, but you get it... i hope)
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a few oxymorons to get you into that "decieved" mood--

non dairy creamer
plastic glass
authentic reproduction
true replica
genuine veneer
standard options
military intellegence
Patriot Act...
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Old 11-02-04, 09:56 AM
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Originally Posted by djbowen1
the best sticker they have is " i buy beer for minors" i would never put it on my car but i would love to put it on some ******* cops bumper, i have the bike punk one on my car.
I bought a bunch of stickers from them and put them on both racks. That one is definately on the top tube. :-D
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Old 11-05-04, 02:28 PM
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hey. i don't know how old this thread is, but i think it's really funny since these are my stickers and i just joined up a few weeks ago. This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb is my punk band from pensacola florida. we started in january of 96 or so...long before america was so scared and paranoid, or offended that anyone would say the word bomb for any reason whatsoever. we have gotten lots of flack recently and also some good stuff, too, like the d.c. metro being shut down for over two hours because of the sticker. bikes being "stolen"by campus police only to be sued later, returning the bike and apologizing profusely, and general mayhem and hysteria. i really don't know where i'm going with this.
yes in some cities i guess it would be some measly theft deterrent, but i doubt it. it mostly just scares wal-mart security in all the stories i've heard. when we started the band it was the only name that ever made sense. we were all bike enthusiasts, and it was serious, yet very very funny. oh, by the way i really like this forum a lot. it's good to talk to bikers and not just my group of punk friends (who are amazing, by the way and i love the dawgschitt out of them) it's weird talking to you guys, but i like it.
it's a little funny and a little bit sad too to go to other cities and people wanting the sticker but not wanting to stay for the show. i can't blame em though. if someone came to my town and had a sticker that i liked but i knew i wouldn't like their music, i'd probably do the same thing. well, i have rambled enough.
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Old 11-05-04, 03:33 PM
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Everyone in this thread -besides me -that has blown a bike apart because the security forces called it in as a suspicious object raise your right hand! Thought so. Let me make a few points please:

1. The sticker is funny in a way that is hard to describe.
2. Bring a bike with the word “bomb” on it anywhere near a Federal facility and the gate/door/road guard with the GED education will call the police/security forces because “well if I didn’t call it in and it really was a bomb, I’d lose this $8.00 an hour job.”
3. The bomb squad (EOD) that responds lives to blow up stuff in front of a crowd. A hippie punk’s bike is all the more delicious. Yes, I used the word “hippie.” To them (formerly me) you all look alike.
4. No bike made can standup to a .50 Cal Dearmer, Det-Cord and the evil intent of an EOD man bent on destruction. Explosives in the hand of an EOD man are like oils in the hand of Vermeer. You won’t believe what happens when he tries to open every single void in your bike with the minimum amount of explosives necessary. Had a Brooks Saddle on your Fixie? Nope, You now own 900 grams of scrap metal with a leather vapor aroma.
5. The EOD guy gets to take your bike apart even if you run up to the police tape line with a WiFi enabled laptop showing this very discussion as proof your bike is a harmless tool of environmental harmony. You will very likely get a bill from the Feds for the cost of shredding your bike. {Raising Arizona}I suggest you pay it. {/Raising Arizona}
6. I come from an unbroken heredity chain of military people that have fought on God’s side of every war since the Hittites smashed the Babylonian Capitalists Running Dogs of the Euphrates River Valley. Yes, my patriotism pedigree is indeed rich and dwarfs your own. Ha!

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What an eccentric, yet awesome, post.
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OK I'm not even going to read all that...adhesive bike decor? GAY!
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Current website is www.microcosmpublishing.com

there are lots of stickers still though...

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Try Microcosm Publishing in Portland. They sell bike stickers locally in all the bike shops, they supported Car Free Day here last September, and they do mail order, too, both retail and wholesale. Good prices, lots of stickers to choose from, great guys and gals to work with, and they do all their mailing and delivery by bike. They'll even print your custom stickers for you! Great 'zines, too, including a variety of local bike 'zines.

Retail:
https://ratserv.com/microcosm/index.html
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https://ratserv.com/microcosm/windex.html
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More importantly, I want to get those tassles that hang out of the ends of handlebars. My new Giant has holes in the rubber grips for just such things, but no one here sells them, not even my apparently over accessorised LBS. Screw the sticker issue, where have all the fairdinkum bike enhancements disappeared to since I bought my Speargun blue Malvern Star Boy's bike???
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Originally Posted by HaagenDas
More importantly, I want to get those tassles that hang out of the ends of handlebars. My new Giant has holes in the rubber grips for just such things, but no one here sells them, not even my apparently over accessorised LBS. Screw the sticker issue, where have all the fairdinkum bike enhancements disappeared to since I bought my Speargun blue Malvern Star Boy's bike???
Ya could try these on ebay for a buck. Not exactly what you're looking for--but pretty *****in'. I'm always glad to see a post from you. Elevates the dialogue to an entirely new level.
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'Your cars exhaust is an enviromental pipe bomb'
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Your spelling of capitalism is equally amusing.

Just because someone is selling something, it does not make them a business nor does it mean that maximum profit (i.e. capitalism is desired).

None of the people at Microcosm drive or own cars!

Sometimes under-represented views are hard to express when you can't find stickers or t-shirts that state your feelings. Sometimes it's worth losing money on a project to express a point of view.

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I agree. Not funny.

Some of the other stickers were funny to me in all fairness.

What is REALLY funny is a BUSINESS SELLING anti capitolism stickers!!!!!

Looks like radical BS to me overall.
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Whatever you do, if you don't want it to be permenant, put a layer of electrical tape underneath the sticker, that way you can tear it off later w/o leaving residue behind.
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