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Saturday, February 27, 2010
Day 47, February 17, 2010
I realize that some people may interpret this as a religious license plate, but the deliberate space between the D and the GR8SON, and the common method of using an 8 to replace the letter A in vanity plates, leads me to the conclusion that this plate represents D. Grayson, or Dick Grayson, otherwise known as the sidekick to crime fighting badass, Batman. If you disagree, then you clearly aren't as big a Batman fan as you should be.