I’ll say I’m a fan of the new Tennessee state license plates. But there seems to be a manufacturing defect in many of the inital runs as best I can tell. It looks like the machine that stamps the watermark also has a wheel or a sprocket or something that got the shiny reflective lacquer on it, leaving a DNA shaped line from the top to the bottom.
I have found it to be very distracting driving around. Of course that could just be me being gunshy from rear-ending someone in Decemeber.
At least that’s what I’d like to believe.
Deep down I think it’s a part of a vast government consipracy to encode a DNA fingerprint on everyone’s license plate. They’re tracking you, and they can do it without you even getting out of your car.
My license plate expires this month, but I tell you I’m not going to be part of some DNA database without a fight. I’m getting Abby to lick the return envelope.
I’m going to go find my tinfoil hat now.