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Old 06-09-2006, 04:39 PM   #1
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i was wondering how some of you go and card someone elses bonnie... do you like choose a certain bonnie or does it not matter? i know i put mine in little bags the size of the card ant then stick it in the window ( incase it rains...)
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I prefer to talk to the owner and explain BC a little. If I happen to see one in traffic, I'll follow until they stop so I can talk a little or if I happen to see someone get into one,I'll go over and talk.

Pat will tell ya',I carded a driver in traffic at a light during the SEBC meet
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I'll card cars if the driver isn't around by leaving it in the window jam above the handle. If the driver is available I'll introduce myself and mention the club and offer a card.
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Pat will tell ya',I carded a driver in traffic at a light during the SEBC meet
that was pretty sweet
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I'll card cars if the driver isn't around by leaving it in the window jam above the handle. If the driver is available I'll introduce myself and mention the club and offer a card.
Ditto.
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Like the others, I just slide it between the drivers window and the moulding. I've carded 2 so far.

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i have carded two....well i handed out two cards...but i got 3 cars involved....i was on my way to my cousins house and there was a house that had 2 bonnevilles, both '96-'99....i didn't have any cards at the time, but i had come back a few days later and carded one, the other was out 'n about....and the other was a '92-'95 Green SSE that i parked by at the doctor'* office....i really need to get my act together and get rid of some cards
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I usually tuck the card in the driver'* side view mirror. More personal and classy than under the wiper, where they'll have to get out to get it if they don't notice it right away.

I had Greyhare jump out at a stoplight to card a 93SSEi next to us last month. We were on our way back to work from lunch.
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I would card but I haven't gotten the courage to do it, the cards are so nice I wanna keep them and I have that fear of getting maced by older drivers when I try to introduce myself.

"Hi my name is Cody and I would like to give you a card...*sprays*.... AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!! That burns!!!!"
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yea i like to go at night so i dont run into the owners of the car, and i wont card on that looks like crap
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