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Ha! Actually laughed out loud for that one.
I used to have Apple stickers on the back of my Civic, and I had to take them off when I sold it. They were the vinyl cling-on rainbow Apple stickers that were meant for car windows. Apple only mailed them out for a brief evangelical push back in 1996 in the Amelio year. I've also got a VHS tape showing how OS9 is better than Windows 95, which is actually kind of funny.
Although I know that you can get them for cheap at RedLightRunner (now), it made me feel special at the time. Rather pathetic, I know, but it would be nice if Apple made its users feel good about being evangelists again.
Now I have to find a good place to stick two white stickers on our new CRV. My wife has other ideas as to where I should be sticking them, though.
Like Heart, I'd never attach a sticker to my computer or house, or if I had a car, a car. I did stick one on my nameplate at work. Working in a place loaded with PCs, I wanted something familiar. And in a way it was a quiet protest against the establishment...
I put one of those white stickers on my synthesizer/keyboard. Why? I dunno, just because I couldn't think of anywhere else to put it, seeing as how I don't have a car and all. And since I use my Mac in conjunction with my keyboard to make music I thought it was appropriate.
I've got one rainbow and one white sticker on the window of my office at home, but considering it's 3 stories up, backing onto a forest and the house is protected by my 110 pound dog, I don't think I have to worry much about someone breaking in. I've also got about a dozen of those rainbow stickers kicking around here somewhere. Didn't know they were so highly sought after. Even so, I've got my Macs insured!
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