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Yep, an Objectivist vanity license plate! I'll just go ahead and collect my prize now.
Oh also, I new a dude in college (college!) who wanted to get a vanity plate with "PSYCHO" on it, but when he filled out the form he spelled it "PYSCHO"
And believe me, you may think where you live has the highest concentration of dumb vanity license plates, but unless you also live in Las Vegas you are wrong.
Just saw on a child molester/utility van the plate "TOASTER". Thought it was pretty funny, actually. It does kinda look like a toaster.
Re Virginia - personalized tags are much cheaper there than in any other state I'm aware of. I still have my BITBOY tag from VA when I lived there. It was like 5 bucks, and a lot of people had them.
In fact moving to California from Virginia, I had no idea that personalized tags were the consistent douche "tell" that they are here, so I went ahead and got BITBOY here, too. Then I saw TNTATTY on a red Porsche, and realized that I may have made a mistake. Then I went to Canter's and parked next to a Miata with BOTMBOY, and I learned that anything-BOY had a significance I should have been aware of when I got the plate.
Since then, favorites I've seen include a Honda CRV with B MNILOW (cause either it is or it isn't, and either way it's sad), and an old Mustang with an "I read your e-mail" bumper sticker and RING 0 plates in the parking lot at Fry's (the highest-level supervisory parts of an operating system run at Ring 0). My favorite nerd plate is DEV CAR - which is a nice little Unix joke.
Can anyone decode this one?
All I can think is this is a Gus Van San fan.
On the way into work this morning:
Look, if the plate you want isn't available, go a different route. No one ever heard of a Nfourrvana.
What's up, Mrs. Ditches?