It’s actually more like the “Labor Day Peace Car.” But I thought it said “Pace” at first, and that sounds like a good pseudonym to me. So there I was, washing my truck on a hot September Labor day in 2012, and all of the sudden a truck is in front of me, bearing the US, Gadsden, and a POW-MIA Flag.
I followed this truck around for a few minutes, knowing that I wanted to write at least a quick article on whatever he was doing. The driver of the truck went around a large parking lot that spanned big stores like Wal-Mart and Home Depot. Lots of people were taking note, but I didn’t know exactly what the message was supposed to be. So I asked him, like any self-respecting independent journalist would do!
The man told me his name was Dennis Jobby, pronounced jobe-ey, from Tennessee. He is supporting America’s armed forces, stating that Labor Day isn’t just about having a job, but is made possible by those who fight for our country’s freedoms. He told me that he is “out there in cyberspace,” but when I searched for him I couldn’t find anything, with variable spellings and all, so if he wasn’t out there before, he is now.
On the front window of the truck is a reference to Revelation 12:10-12, which says that the devil knows he has a short time, and that he will be overcome by the blood of the Lamb of God. Also note that on the back window is written “Love” and “Peace.”
I’m not entirely sure what to make of this, but whatever you think, Happy Labor Day!SHARE