Saturday, February 6, 2010
The more daring cousin of John Deere memorabilia. The Harley Davidson logo displayed on shirts, hats, belt buckles, teddy bears or Toyota Corolla rear windows tell the world this is a white person not to be messed with. Like John Deere memorabilia, most owners of Harley-Davidson memorabilia do not actually own a bona fide machine. Instead, they are more in love with the idea of the "brand."
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Monday, December 15, 2008
Saturday, March 29, 2008
In order to drive more expensive cars than they could otherwise afford, white people resort to leasing new cars. Paying cash for a new car is impossible for most and financing a purchase can require a hefty monthly payment. However, leasing can get the monthly payment down to a manageable level. 0 down and $399 a month for a Mercedes Benz c300? Sign and drive!
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When white people are up for some spirited competition among themselves, they head for the local putt putt course. A miniature version of golf, putt putt condenses that sport and adds obstacles like windmills. The most elaborate courses are located at places where white people vacation like Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Estes Park, Colorado and Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
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Wednesday, March 26, 2008
To display to the world an affection for things mechanical, some white people love to display the John Deere logo and colors on everything. Clothing, dishes, and even wallpaper borders wear the colors. A small few actually own and operate John Deere equipment, but the majority just like to pretend they do.
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Tuesday, March 25, 2008
The three car garage is a necessity for the modern white person. Although white households often own three or more vehicles, usually only one spot houses a car. The remaining space is used for storage and possibly a ping-pong table. The three car garage is a recent development, having replaced the two car garage of the 1980s which replaced the one car carport of the 1950s.
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