On any given day, Georgetown is filled with parked cars. Some parked legally and some, not so much. If you ignore any parking infractions or discourtesies, you realize Georgetown cars are not afraid to make a statement. However, sometimes it is hard to determine exactly what that statement is.
In the parking lot at the Capital One Bank on Wisconsin Avenue there are often two license plates that have something to say. Is "KS" a Capitol Hill staff member from the Sunflower State? What about, "LVMKIDZ"? A teacher? A busy mother? An activist on children's issues or Right to Life issues?
Georgetown license plates are not shy about proclaiming a position. "Unite4Peace" parked near Grace Church is asking us to "..Give peace a chance...". The Prius parked closer to the University announces "VVERDE" (be green?). And on 31st Street a resident has strong opinions about milk!
Along M Street I spotted a "1 CAL GAL" (although she had Virginia plates.) And perhaps "Gem Star" is a jeweler or gay divorcee?
There are several plates that seemed to have a story that was hard to decode. What does "LEOPER" from Montana want us to know? And who is "Srdi Sai"?
The best may not be a license plate, but a resident who has carefully posted all their registration stickers for the past five years!