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Posted: 9/24/2002 5:01:37 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/25/2002 8:52:04 AM EDT by bastiat]
Instead of dredging up yesterday's thread that veered a little, I'm posting a new one to let everyone who expressed interest in these shirts know that you can now place orders at [url]http://store.flashbunny.org/[/url]. Tell your friends, tell your neighbors. I need to sell enough to cover the minimum order and hopefully more so I can take my site to a higher level. In case you missed yesterday's thread, I'm selling these to support my Pro - 2nd Amendment site at [url]http://www.flashbunny.org/[/url]. The shirts: [img]http://www.binarystorage.net/clients/flashbunny/products/shirt-berkeley.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.binarystorage.net/clients/flashbunny/products/shirt-black.jpg[/img] Available in white and black. Shirts are going to be a heavyweight 6.1 oz 100% cotton shirt. Sizes from medium to XXXLarge. Price until October 7th is $13, after that it's $15. Thanks to those who suggested the black shirt - even my wife liked how the mockup looked - which proves that ladies everywhere will love you in a 'Nuke Berkeley' Shirt. Unless they're flaming liberals, that is. Edited to add - shirts will be in 100% cotton now!
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 7:50:40 AM EDT
Bumping once for the day crew...
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 8:10:02 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/25/2002 8:11:21 AM EDT by s0ulzer0]
WHAT!? No 100% Cotton? You have it in black, I'm 50% there, just need 100% cotton and I'm sold.....
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 8:45:15 AM EDT
I don't even know if %100 cotton is an option. I'll have to check with the printer. However, I have one of the other shirts they printed on a white poly / cotton shirt, and they're very nice.
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 8:55:04 AM EDT
Yes, 100% cotton is an option, and all shirts will be offered in that only. I didn't even pay attention to the composition since the test shirts we had printed were nice, but then I compared it to the plain %100 cotton shirts I had and I just liked the feel of them better. Hey, it costs us a little more, but looking good is worth it!
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 12:46:30 PM EDT
That is one awesome web site. Once I find a job and get the finances back on their feet, I will certainly join. Great job getting the "right" message out, I love the sarcasm. Damn, I'd love to see the reaction of some of the liberal do gooder, take away my rights crowd as they view your content. That would be priceless.
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 1:25:30 PM EDT
What are the sizes comparable to? Similar to standard hanes sizes? Keep up the good work
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 1:26:51 PM EDT
What about a "Nuke the VPC" shirt?
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 6:07:04 PM EDT
The shirts are similar to a hanes 'beefy t' type shirt. Right now the test shirts the printer did were on the poly/cotton shirts. The 'Nuke Berkeley' test shirts will be on 100% (as will all the production shirts). I should have the test shirts in my hand by friday if all goes well, so I'll be able to give you a better answer then. But generally, they seem to be sized larger than an undershirt (and they're much nicer quality). A good thing about his is that Hanes contributed to some anti-gun causes, and it makes me happy that I can spend my money with a competitor of theirs [:D] marvl, if I make a sequel to this shirt, it will probably be 'Nuke France'. Maybe I'll include a radioactive frog in the design...
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 6:29:57 PM EDT
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 6:50:17 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Jarhead_22: Great shirts, and I would [i][b]really[/b][/i] like to have one. But my wife went to Berkeley, and I would get a serious cold shoulder --and everything else-- if I sported one.
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[b]P[/b]lease [b]u[/b]nder[b]s[/b]tand that [b]s[/b]ometimes [b]y[/b]ou should move for[b]w[/b]ard and try t[b]h[/b]ink[b]i[/b]ng about not [b]p[/b]leasing other [b]p[/b]eopl[b]e[/b] when [b]d[/b]ealing with issues of liberalism. [;)] [;D] the_reject
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 7:10:10 PM EDT
Link Posted: 9/25/2002 7:19:33 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/25/2002 7:21:13 PM EDT by tspike]
[b]P[/b]lease [b]u[/b]nder[b]s[/b]tand that [b]s[/b]ometimes [b]y[/b]ou should move for[b]w[/b]ard and try t[b]h[/b]ink[b]i[/b]ng about not [b]p[/b]leasing other [b]p[/b]eopl[b]e[/b] when [b]d[/b]ealing with issues of liberalism. [;)] [;D] the_reject
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Link Posted: 9/26/2002 4:48:51 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/26/2002 4:49:21 AM EDT by the_reject]
Originally Posted By Jarhead_22:
Originally Posted By the_reject: [b]P[/b]lease [b]u[/b]nder[b]s[/b]tand that [b]s[/b]ometimes [b]y[/b]ou should move for[b]w[/b]ard and try t[b]h[/b]ink[b]i[/b]ng about not [b]p[/b]leasing other [b]p[/b]eopl[b]e[/b] when [b]d[/b]ealing with issues of liberalism. [;)] [;D] the_reject
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[b]N[/b]ev[b]e[/b]r under[b]e[/b]restimate the [b]d[/b]amage that that [b]p[/b]articular tee shirt c[b]o[/b]uld d[b]o[/b] to my [b]n[/b]eed for affec[b]t[/b]ion [b]a[/b]nd [b]n[/b]i[b]g[/b]tly bliss.
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[b]M[/b]ight I sugg[b]e[/b]st that you [b]t[/b]ry opening a dial[b]o[/b]gue with y[b]o[/b]ur wife? [b]I[/b] know yo[b]u[/b] may be u[b]n[/b]sure how to [b]d[/b]esensitiz[b]e[/b] you[b]r[/b] spou[b]s[/b]e to [b]t[/b]he tr[b]a[/b]gedies a[b]n[/b]d fallacies foun[b]d[/b] in liberalism, specifically Berkeley. [;)] the_reject
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