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Author Topic: What should our next t-shirt be?
Veldrane
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Icon 10 posted February 02, 2001 14:19      Profile for Veldrane     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Snaggy:
Too bad I don't troll over there.

heh, they say denial is a sure sign of a troll. ;-)


Nope...I'm a karma whore.
All 15 Karma...hehehe.

No, I only troll on the AY2K bulletin boards...um, I mean I only regularly post on the AY2K boards. (I guess that means I'll soon lose my 'lurker' status. Curse that ARJCam!)


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Icon 1 posted February 02, 2001 18:03      Profile for Zwilnik   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
What about a "404. No such Witty Slogan, please contact your system administrator for help"
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Icon 10 posted February 03, 2001 12:51      Profile for chromatic   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
"I survived the Real Millennium, escaped the Soul-Sucking Booth, avoided certain death at the hands of an evil Sys Admin, and I still had to pay for this shirt."
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Syn
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Icon 1 posted February 04, 2001 11:43      Profile for Syn     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Speaking of shirts, I just received the one I won from the look-alike contest. :D Thanks!! I have half a mind to take a pic of me wearing it, but I think I'll pass, as looking at the submitted pic was bad enough. ;P

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Punchcard
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Icon 11 posted February 05, 2001 06:10      Profile for Punchcard     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
A long-sleeved RED shirt.
Perhaps with the phrase "No, not like this!"
(See the "The price of being well red" episode, where Scott gets zapped by Tube-O-Static!)

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Icon 1 posted February 05, 2001 10:32      Profile for supaboy     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Syn:
Speaking of shirts, I just received the one I won from the look-alike contest. Thanks!! I have half a mind to take a pic of me wearing it, but I think I'll pass, as looking at the submitted pic was bad enough. ;P

By all means, please post a pic! Just because maybe YOU didn't like looking at the pic doesn't mean that WE didn't like looking at it too. I mean, you won, after all.


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Syn
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supaboy: By all means, please post a pic! Just because maybe YOU didn't like looking at the pic doesn't mean that WE didn't like looking at it too. I mean, you won, after all.

Eh, here you go, then. That'll learn ya not to make decisions based on one crappy pic. (: Instead, base 'em on *two* crappy pics. :D I do like the shirt, though. I've gotten quite a few questions about it. Hmm, almost as many as about the hair. :P

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Icon 10 posted February 05, 2001 16:48      Profile for Snaggy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
First Post, regarding the First Post t-shirt pic.

Cool! It's so neat seeing where our t-shirts end up... One day I'll make a page with all the pictures, and all the places our dear little shirts have travelled to.

/me chokes up a little ;-)


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GrumpySteen

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Icon 1 posted February 05, 2001 19:51      Profile for GrumpySteen     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Snaggy:
I'm not sure if we promised one, we just did a "let me know" to see if there was enough interest. We had 62 positive replies... almost enough to be sure we wouldn't lose our shirt so to speak.

So, what price would you have to sell them at to make a lower number of shirts profitable? Some of us really wanted one and would pay extra for it.


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Punchcard
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[img]http://geocities.com/toomuchsparetime_ak3/DIDNT SV.gif[/img]

--PC--


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Icon 14 posted February 06, 2001 08:17      Profile for nekomatic     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Fantastic, Punchcard!!

(What's the missing one though? i tried cutting'n'pasting the url and replacing the space with a %20 but no luck.)

<edit> OK I figured it out; there shouldn't be a space. Here's Punchcard's missing pic:


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Icon 14 posted February 06, 2001 09:30      Profile for Swiss Mercenary     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Great stuff Punchcard. I really liked the 'Geek shall inherit the Earth' and Monolith shirts.

If the 'inheritance' shirt does not exist it would be great as a general shirt, most people would get it.


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Icon 1 posted February 06, 2001 09:58      Profile for supaboy     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Syn:
I do like the shirt, though. I've gotten quite a few questions about it. Hmm, almost as many as about the hair. :P

I have an old Wired magazine (back when they weren't so uncool) sweatshirt with their Street Cred section logo on it (looks like a street sign of a man getting struck by lightning). I still don't know what to tell people when they ask me what it means! :P


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Icon 12 posted February 07, 2001 04:05      Profile for Punchcard     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Ah, thanx for sorting out my typo, nekomatic; I must've overlooked that.
Yeah, I'd proudly wear the Inheritance shirt, especially if it had a mugshot of "The Geek" on the back.

(So... what do I win then?)


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I wanna DNS Shirt!

I could pop for 5 easy, maybe even 10...but I'm not a reseller kinda guy so sure don't
see how to personally go for 100...

Black. Back of shirt has round AY2K logo.
Killer.


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Icon 5 posted March 06, 2001 21:33      Profile for ASM65816   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I kinda' like AfterY2K #328 ... "The Break Up Game".
It's not as Babe-alicious as some of the other stuff, but I imagine a lot of folks can relate to it.....

(I really like La Cutest and Hot Pants tho'.)
... damn! drool on the trackpad.

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Icon 1 posted March 08, 2001 09:34      Profile for supaboy     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by supaboy:
I have an old Wired magazine (back when they weren't so uncool) sweatshirt with their Street Cred section logo on it (looks like a street sign of a man getting struck by lightning). I still don't know what to tell people when they ask me what it means! :P

Update: a girl I work with identified my sweatshirt logo. It's used as an electric shock hazard warning in France. She visited the country and took a picture of one of the warning signs because she thought it was cool looking. She showed me the picture in her scrapbook, even!


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Yeah AY2K Tee! Anything of the ideas sound good. I'm still mad I missed the Tubes Rock tees.
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Icon 3 posted March 24, 2001 10:42      Profile for ravenknight21     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Shoot..none of the pis are comingup on this computer. Oh well.
Acutally the Nitrozac register button-thingy would look cool on a shirt.
Or a pic of the TTTTs with a message saying "I got frozen in electrolytic ice for 32 years, and all i got was this stupid T-shirt."

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Icon 3 posted March 24, 2001 20:15      Profile for kimagure   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
WHat about that gorgeous Warhol-style Nitrozac pic?

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Icon 1 posted March 24, 2001 20:31      Profile for kimagure   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
CyberGoddess: Oh, I would LOVE a Sys Admin shirt with some sort of evil anecdote on it...

Lady, you're scary...

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DNS Shirt on Black T.

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE


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lemko
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Icon 1 posted April 24, 2001 22:19      Profile for lemko   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
How about "It's not a blimp, you raving lunatic, it's a dirigible!" with a picture of the prarie dogs and a zeppelin/blimp/dirigible?

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Icon 1 posted May 04, 2001 00:45            Edit/Delete Post 
That is an easy one: the cartoon t'shirt the kid wore says it all!: all your base stations are belong to us!!!!! from the other day! and in long sleeve! i'll get one then!
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Icon 1 posted May 04, 2001 14:17      Profile for Tau Zero     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Are the trolls getting dumber, or are the rest of us all getting smarter?
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