Sticking It to SUV Owners

It's 5º with wind chill in Brooklyn this morning--ideal weather for SUV hunters to stalk and tag their prey, since the vehicles' owners are likely to be indoors. One tagger, who says her name is Wendy, girds herself for the hunt with two layers of sweaters, a silky orange-and-cream scarf and a handful of bumper stickers. "I feel like I should be putting on camouflage," she jokes, "to Pink Panther music."

Wendy, 35, a free-lance editor, and a fellow tagger, Alex, scout a neighborhood of well-kept brownstones for half an hour before they choose their first target: a deep green Toyota...

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