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I’ve just ordered a new license plate. I’m stunned that it was available.

BLOGS license plate

I’d love to know who owns the California plates BLOG, I BLOG, and BLOGGER, three other combinations I tried out. If you know, send them my way.

September 2, 2004 11:07 PM

That's awesome. :)

Kevin Francis
September 3, 2004 12:36 AM

Wow. Thats nice. I need one, and a car to go with it ...

September 3, 2004 7:31 AM

Very cool ;-) Congratulations!

Joe Anonymous
September 3, 2004 7:56 AM

BLOG is owned by Rick Horowitz. IBLOG is reserved and not yet fully registered to a vehicle, much like your BLOGS plate. BLOGGER is owned by Joel Slovacek.

Joe Anonymous
September 3, 2004 12:16 PM

Hey! Where'd my comment go? :/

Joe Anonymous
September 3, 2004 12:18 PM

Well that's weird, now it's back. Maybe my proxy server is acting up.

Jochem Donkers
September 5, 2004 12:43 AM

Don't forget to registere the domain name that belongs to this plate:

September 9, 2004 5:21 AM

Here is the guy with "BLOGGER" in California: Reported by BizStone:

September 9, 2004 10:48 AM

If Joel Slovacek is the owner of BLOGGER, then he works for Google/Pyra/Blogger: I think I'll post somthing on all this blog-vanity plating tonight....

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September 9, 2004 7:46 PM


Excerpt: Vanity plate, thy name is California. The one on the left belongs to Kalsey Consulting Group's Adam Kalsey, who can't believe it was available. The one on the right belongs to's Joel Slovacek, and is used as a unique example of blog p...

October 9, 2004 11:16 AM

When Joel realized that "Blogger" was available last year, he snagged it and offered it to Ev, then to the rest of us on the Blogger team. We all passed, and the rest is history.

Adam (Number plates club)
November 21, 2006 7:06 AM

What an excellent plate!

Phillip Coleman
November 28, 2006 8:41 PM

My name is Phillip Coleman and I am collecting License Plates and I want to know when California would have NEW design license plate. I am TIRED of same bored California license plate. I want to know if they will make new license plate with design like Arizona beautiful Desert/saguaro, New Mexico Hot baloone, Nevada golden mountain, I meant NOT included Yosemite or Ocean Scenic or others because of fund or booster. I meant ALL passenagers could have new design license plates like back in 1983 Golden Sunset. Please let me know about it as I can find in internet about new design Calif license plates in the future. Thank you, Phillip

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