Threadless shirts. I love them. When I was playing around on their website one day, I noticed that you could have your own profile and submit pictures to it. If they like your picture enough, they'll even use it on the shirt page too.
I opened my profile two or three years ago, and I finally just got around to submitting my first picture. I ordered a hoody for Rich for a holiday gift, and I decided to add a $5 Mystery Tee for myself. I was nervous because I generally prefer a sure thing, but I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the package and saw this black shirt with a burning man on it, aptly called "Burn."
After a few failed attempts, I finally got the site to accept my picture, and there it is in all its silliness. Now that I know what you have to do to get your picture on the site, I think I'll be submitting pictures with each new shirt going forward.
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Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Since the story is set during WWII, it seemed apt to hide a quote from the time period, and Winston Churchill just seemed like the right guy to draw from. Can't ever go wrong when you quote a drunk, after all. So if you check out Catch-22 from the Bucktown-Wicker Park library in Chicago in the next couple of weeks, you might find this in my handwriting:
"Today we may say aloud before an awe-struck world: 'We are still masters of our fate. We are still captain of our souls.'"
Finished Goals: 68/101
Days Left: 304
Days Left: 304