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saudi arabia on the verge of being a LOT more dangerous

$tinkle

Expert on blowing
Feb 12, 2003
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Unconfirmed reports say ban [on women drivers] to be lifted
Bumper stickers in Saudi Arabia have taken a distinctly political turn as men opposed to allowing women to drive have taken to putting their views on their cars in the face of mounting concern the ban may be lifted.

A report in Britain’s the Daily Telegraph Wednesday quoted an anonymous government official as saying the government had decided to lift its ban on women drivers and would issue a decree by the end of the year.

For those opposed to lifting the ban, bumper stickers have become a popular outlet for expressing their displeasure, the Saudi newspaper Shams reported Sunday.
seems that bumper stickers are fast fashion there, too (or, "music for the masses" if you will)
 

Secret Squirrel

There is no Justice!
Dec 21, 2004
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Up sh*t creek, without a paddle
Unconfirmed reports say ban [on women drivers] to be liftedseems that bumper stickers are fast fashion there, too (or, "music for the masses" if you will)
Hey...you try driving while putting on eyeliner and mascara while wearing a burqa talking to Neneaia al-Adiri, your BFF, on the way to the mosque...it ain't easy...or so I'm told..


And until Bubb Rubb makes his "Mid-East Whoo-Whoo!!! Tour", I'm not sold on the idea of anyone driving over there.