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Yes very much. 11 29.73%
No!! at time I have been a hypocrite 26 70.27%
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Old 31st May 2010, 20:15   #31
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Abiding the law has nothing to do with being member of this or any other public forums "out there". Every driver on the the road is supposed to follow the traffic rules.

Many of the members (this includes me) would have chosen to represent that we are the member of a forum by putting on stickers.

This forum is just a tool to meet like minded chaps. However I personally feel I don't represent anything that goes on in the forum. So I feel the sticker is in a sense meaningless. I'm trying to say what exactly ?

Every one has his/her own quirks. Just because my car/bike spots a sticker does't make me anything. On the flip side if I drive like an idiot does the forum has anything to do with it ?

PS : Maybe I should "de-badge".
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