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Old 06-20-2006, 10:44 AM
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Maine-iac started it.
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When I was younger, my family went to Chicago and as we were sitting in traffic downtown, a car pulled up next to us with the license plate "MR T". We looked and the guy driving was the real Mr. T! Guess he wasn't too concerned about going out in public unnoticed!
Melido Perez, number 33 of the Yankees, had plates MP33NYY.
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BMW M3 had the following plate

BMWM3.... which was right below the emblem that said BMW M3 on the back of the car.
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BMWM3.... which was right below the emblem that said BMW M3 on the back of the car.
That's very creative... not!
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How do you get "I'll" out of "R"?????
To clear up confusion, I believe the actual joke/plate/poster/whatever else I've seen it on, is actually IB6 UB9....

RB6 don't make no sense no how.
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