I saw this the other day at the Giant Eagle in Bridgeville. It blew my mind. All of the stickers/magnets were on the driver’s side of the vehicle… there were none on the back or the other side. I had to take some photos.
Is this what happened when Pimp My Ride went off of the air?
I tried to get a few angles…
Is this what happened when Pimp My Ride went off of the air?
The Stickermobile! There are refridgerator magnet letters up there…
The Stickermobile! There’s a baby on board? And a Pomeranian?
The Stickermobile! Total devotion to every team ever!
The Stickermobile! Black and Gold! Or Blue & Gold! Or Anything & Gold! Go Gold!
What exactly is going on here?
Insanity. You get all that? Let’s analyze some of these stickers and magnets, ignoring the fact that they’re all on one side of the vehicle. Here we go…
What exactly is going on here?
I’ll try to tackle these dozen highlights one at a time:
- Support BP Music, NC State, and they love their dog. Call me sexist, but I’m assuming this is a woman’s car. She loves her dog. BP is Bethel Park, right? A lot of colleges are represented on this car.
- Here we have some refrigerator magnet letters, a penguins sticker, and something unidentifiable. We can only guess as to what GH, VA, & UP mean. Go Home? Virginia? UP what? Why are the letters faded to clear? Did they start out clear, or did UV rays suck out all the pigment?
- Here we have two giant Penguin bottle-cap refrigerator magnets, which can only mean twice the support for your hockey team and twice the alcohol problem.
- She really loves her dog. She doesn’t love her van. Magnets get tiny rocks stuck behind them, and they scratch the paint on your car. Paint also discolors behind them.
- Here we have the troop support ribbon, a probably non licensed Steelers football, and a pink Baby on Board sign. I say if you have a troop support ribbon on your car with any other ribbons… it negates the gravity of your sentiment. There’s another ribbon somewhere among all this chaos. By buying generic “go black and gold” sticker, you are stealing money from the poor underprivileged team that you support. If your car looks like with all the stickers, I hope you didn’t tattoo one side of the baby you supposedly have on board.
It wouldn’t shock me if this dog was in that van.
West Virginia and Penn State on the same vehicle? Pitt is in there too. You are a rather conflicted individual… assuring you’re going to get keyed no matter what school you visit. I bet college kids love getting picked up in this van. Also, you love your Pomeranian a little too much. You’re not into bestiality, are you? I sure hope you didn’t dye it purple. Wait. Is Baby the dog?
- Here’s that devotion to Pitt, a faded Pens sticker, a blue Steelers football, a Penn State paw, and a secret coded message with the ‘fridge magnets. JFLE S ON. What is Jfle on? Crack?
- Only the best fans have super faded stickers. Was this a Steelers one, or one for one of the colleges… or high school?
- XK? XK.
- A Steelers cap, but there’s only one. Not as devoted as the Pens? You only drink half as much during football? There’s something unidentifiable, an M (I think), and something saying something about how you roll. I think we know how you roll.
- Is this a Nascar sticker, or a Sunoco one?
- Protesting construction in Pittsburgh? That’s actually funny. Perhaps the construction workers would be amused by it when you pass… if they could pick it out of the madness. This ribbon apparently supports ninjas.
So, what’s your take? What is this all about? Is it a statement? Is it kitsch? Is it art? Is it madness? Is it super fandom? Is it hoarding? Is is someone who is banned from putting magnets on the refrigerator at home or a girl that was ever allowed to hang teen heart-throb photos on the wall while growing up? Is it covering bird poop? Is it a message for the aliens when they finally arrive? Hoarders: Sticker And Magnets Edition? Where is your OBX-like “PGH”, “N@”, “N’at” or “Yinz” sticker?
Check out the latest police blotter from my friendly little neighborhood…
Dormont Police Blotter March 17 to March 30
The following information was supplied by Dormont Police. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. | By Erin Faulk
- Dormont Police were called to a home in the 1300 block of Mississippi Avenue for a report of a male who had been a guest in the home but was refusing to leave. [Some Dude], 20, of Beechview, was cited for underage drinking.
- A man was charged with simple assault and endangering the welfare of a child after police were called to a home in the 1600 block of Montpelier Avenue for a report of a violent domestic. The incident occurred at 7:45 p.m.
- Dormont police responded to a report of a man punching a car in a parking lot in the 3200 block of West Liberty Avenue at 12:15 a.m. [Some Dude], 26, of Dormont, was charged with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.
- Police responded to a report than an unknown man was in the basement of an apartment building in the 1100 block of Illinois Avenue at 2 a.m. When police arrived, the man, identified as 19-year-old [Crazy Dude] of Beechview, appeared to be sleeping on the basement floor. According to the police report, [Dude] began jumping around and screaming, and charged toward the police officers when they woke him up. Police tased [Dude] and took him to the Dormont police station. [Dude] was arraigned on charges of public drunkenness, loitering and prowling, unlawful entry, and various crimes code violations.
- Police were called to the CoGos at 1530 Potomac Ave. for a report of an intoxicated man trying to shoplift items from the store. Police found the man in the parking lot with no stolen items in his possession. [Some Dude], 25, of Mount Oliver was charged with public drunkenness.
- While on patrol at 5:30 p.m., police saw a man passed out on a bench on Potomac Avenue. According to the police report, the man appeared to be under the influence of some type of drug. Police found syringe in his pocket, suspected heroin residue and a silver spoon. [Some Dude], 25, of Churchill, was taken to the Dormont police station and lodged overnight. He was charged with narcotics possession.
- Police responded to a report of a fight between two men taking place in the street in the 1600 block of Hillsdale Avenue at 9:42 a.m. [Some Dude], 44, of Dormont, was charged with disorderly conduct.
- Three people face charges after running from their car during a traffic stop at 12:10 p.m. Police stopped a car in the 2900 block of Glenmore Avenue for going the wrong way on a one-way street. All three people in the car ran from the vehicle. Dormont police caught one man in a foot chase off of West Liberty Avenue. Baldwin Township police arrested the other two at the intersection of Castlegate and Woodburn avenues. [Some Dude], 20, of Beechview, and two juveniles were charged with disorderly conduct, traffic offenses and various crimes code violations.
- Police responded to a report of two people fighting in Beggs Synder Park near Illinois Avenue at 4:57 p.m. [Some Dude] and a juvenile, both of Dormont, were charged with disorderly conduct.
- Police responded to a report of an intoxicated woman on the LRT platform on Potomac Avenue at 7:50 p.m. [Some Chick], 30, of Mt. Lebanon, was charged with public drunkenness.
- Allegheny County Adult Probation and DEA officials notified Dormont police of an arrest warrant for a Dormont man for violating probation terms. Police responded to an apartment in the 2800 block of West Liberty Avenue at 4 p.m., where [Some Dude], 32, of Dormont was stopped outside of the building and taken back inside. According to the police report, 393 stamp bags of suspected heroin were found on [Dude] and 50 more stamp bags of suspected heroin were found in the apartment, along with 14 bags of marijuana and several capsules of suspected ecstasy. A two-month-old child was in a crib in the apartment. [Dude] and [Some Other Dude], 34, of Brookline, were arraigned on charges of narcotics possession, and various drug and drug equipment violations. CYS was contacted, and the child was returned to its mother’s care.
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Anyone else notice a common theme? Besides being wildly amusing (like the guy dumb enough to charge police that needed tazed), there seems to be a lot of public drunkenness around here. Ha ha. I’m not judging or hating, just saying that it’s odd that so many incidents where police needed called involved either public drunkenness or narcotics possession.
If you & your friends are in Dormont getting drunk… maybe you should look out for each other. Don’t let your friends break into apartment buildings to sleep it off in the basement, punch cars, get into drunken fights, try to shoplift, charge at officers of the law, or hang out on the T platform creeping out other potential passengers. Apparently you shouldn’t get rocked & overstay your welcome either.
I’m amazed that the police have never been to our neighbors’ house to to drunken debauchery that happens there during every Steelers game & most Pens games. Perhaps they’re cool enough to look out for each other, and we’re cool enough to not call the cops because of their drunken loudness.
Also, perhaps you shouldn’t do (or sell) ecstasy, heroin, or weed… especially with a baby in your apartment.