I have an old beat up jeep, and I was going to lift it and paint it and turn it into a 'FEMA Zombie Outbreak Response Vehicle'. My question is, if I
put stickers that say 'FEMA' or on my car and I'm not actually affiliated with FEMA, could I get into any trouble even if its obviously fake and just
edit on 13-6-2012 by AmorVincitOmnia because: none
Just come up with your own thing that FEMA can stand for.
Create a double meaning, learn from our leaders, and if any one says anything to you just say you are following the example set by our leaders. Just
do no use any logo or whatever that relates directly to FEMA where they can make a direct link.
edit on 13-6-2012 by Skewed because: (no reason
perhaps change the FEMA into something else with perhaps a few greek characters so it technically isn't the same or perhaps do a Z with a line
through it so it becomes the ZEMA (Zombie Emergency Massacre Agency) but due to some bad painting the bottom line of the Z is not as visible as it
Maybe you could get away with it, but ask yourself why you are doing it. You are drawing attention to yourself so people will say, "Oh, look! Isn't
that cool! How clever!" The problem is drawing the attention of people who lack a sense of humor and will remember you--or put you in a database.
It's far better to remain anonymous.
I don't know if I would want to be associated with ANY government "agency!" I think you'd be better off joining ZERT (Zombie Eradication Reaction
team). They have stickers and badges and T-shirts and all manner of crap LOL and all of it for the low low price of $29.95.
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