A couple of weeks back, I was shocked that I found a Michigan license plate on a car that has to be the worst letter combination one could randomly get when they register their vehicle. "CNT" sends a bad message with whichever vowel you choose to use to "finish the message". When I wrote that article, I cited an acquaintance who worked for the Secretary of State's office. This individual informed me that there is a censoring process to keep suggestive letter combinations off of license plates.

Now, either I was lied to, the screening process failed yet again, or the Secretary of State has found a laid back approach flanked with a sense of humor. I'm sure I'm not alone when I say that option three probably isn't the likely answer. But, plain as day in a Meijer parking lot today, I found CNT's companion, "DCK"!