spotted in Studio at Colton in New Orleans. makes one wonder about the word ‘Be’ and how it became removed. Was it an accident, the wear and tear of time; or the intent of some urban youth (Studio at Colton was a public school prior to Hurricane Katrina, during which damage was inflicted to the building making it unsuitable for learning and teaching) to subliminally deliver a message about the exploitation of working class youth to bolster territorial armies. If you’re familiar with New Orleans you know about the at times overwhelming military presence here, so the bumper sticker has a tinge of irony to it really.