For those of my readers not from Maryland [okay, ... hi mom ... and to my other reader from Lithuania, 'Zdravstvuj, comrade!'], a bit of background is in order. For the last 2 years, Howard County has launched a public niceness campaign based on the Oprah-endorsed book 'Choose Civility'. The initiative is based out of their award-winning library branches, where I have to admit I do spend a considerable amount of time. The whole campaign consists almost entirely of handing out free bumperstickers that say "Choose Civility in Howard County". But because civility is so dependent upon some ethical framework, I find that daily, as I drive to and from work, a miniature Greg Bahnsen appears [poof] on my shoulder spouting presuppositional jabs each time I see the bumpersticker. So, not wanting to miss an opportunity to declare the postmodern emporers' new clothes of civility to be, in fact, non-existent, here are some humorous parodies I've come up with. My good friend and creative genius John Barnes was the original inspiration for most of these and you can find his batch of these with a quick google search.