VeronicaBeats


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dselig wrote:I find it funny I bought a stars shirt while wearing a (dallas) Stars jersey while watching Star Wars



For real?

This might be the foreshadowing of your death...

Dont watch "Dancing with the Star" that show will surely bring you to your demise.


Go Flyers!

cabbit56


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oooooh constellations! glow in the dark is a plus~ but I don't get the Sagittarius one, would someone tell me what the joke is?

buffcyclist


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well, being an astrophysics student, I figure this shirt will at least get me a few extra credit points in my classes...ha!

Though I did get 2 co-workers on campus to purchase one with me. At least this way I won't be the only nerd with one. :D

ramyb


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This looks to be selling well, so I probably don't have til morning to decide- I'll just get one now because I know I'll regret it later if I don't >D

dselig


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VeronicaBeats wrote:For real?

This might be the foreshadowing of your death...

Dont watch "Dancing with the Star" that show will surely bring you to your demise.


Go Flyers!



what about the family guy star wars?

i have no clue what to write here anymore....

EinnaFK


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I think this shirt might give me away when I play kick the can...

shamblingcat


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Hmmmm. Sales in Utah seem to be unusually high...

fatdogreggie1


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Typical Utah. The universe always revolves around them. Or at least they think it does. At least it glows in the dark. Is this the first shirt offered that uses the glow in the dark ink??

sidecarsally


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I'm glad Woot thought "Pterodactyl With A Machine Gun" is as awesome as I did. Read the shirt before the title and had a laugh.

Great design!

JadenKale


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shamblingcat wrote:Hmmmm. Sales in Utah seem to be unusually high...



not really when you consider Utah is on the shirt XD

Cycospaz2


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If only Galileo could be alive to see this shirt...

pianolin717


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Cycospaz2 wrote:If only Galileo could be alive to see this shirt...



Galileo? How about if Brigham Young was around, I am sure he would love it!

CardinalGoldstein


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Cute design. Not really into black shirts... nor radioactive ink situated over my vital organs, so I'll pass.

SixPieces


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pianolin717 wrote:Galileo? How about if Brigham Young was around, I am sure he would love it!



I was waiting for the Mormon joke. Count it!

dfriedenbach


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Good lord, I think woot is staging a hostile takeover of my wardrobe... in for one!

PS: just read the description and I love the literary references they used for wear/don't wear. XD

thomusvoo


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in on 1

JadenKale


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fatdogreggie1 wrote:Typical Utah. The universe always revolves around them. Or at least they think it does. At least it glows in the dark. Is this the first shirt offered that uses the glow in the dark ink??



read here on the 1st page

Psychomax


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this is freaking great, I laughed so hard. In on 1.

protoclown2k


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As an astronomy geek, I just can't pass this up!

zoomair766


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I want one, but I'm going to sleep. If it's there when I wake up it was meant to be. Otherwise, oh well. Woot is taking my money lately.

swissmr


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In for one. Its funny and shows my ignorance about something I dont care about.
My sixth shirt...first black. actually first non creme or asphalt.

albinoapple


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Ah yes, the constellations that never made it to the big time...

jchab


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Words cannot express just how awesome I think this shirt is. I'm majoring astronomy, and if all goes well, I should have this in time for my astronomy lab class outside (at night!) on thursday. I definitely bought it.

JadenKale


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jchab wrote:Words cannot express just how awesome I think this shirt is. I'm majoring astronomy, and if all goes well, I should have this in time for my astronomy lab class outside (at night!) on thursday. I definitely bought it.



I hope you tacked on the $5 shipping... otherwise you won't have it for nearly 2 wks.

Shenorock


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Orion's socks look a lot more like pants

MiKEYxCORE


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I love Astronomy. I love Glow-In-The-Dark stuff. I love the sense of humor.

But, as previously mentioned, I'm just not feeling it as a t-shirt design. Hilarious poster? Yes. But shirt? Idk. Plus, the serif font rather bugs me. I imagine with the size I wear that the text would be really tiny (the serifs not helping anyone there), and thus much of the joke would be lost unless people got up close and personal with my torso.

Not that I would complain about that, really.

:< I'm so torn. Currently the cons outweigh the pros, so if it's still around by tomorrow morning/afternoon/whenever, I'll get it. Perhaps my procrastination will save me $10.

EDIT: it did. Yay money~

slowjam


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cabbit56 wrote:oooooh constellations! glow in the dark is a plus~ but I don't get the Sagittarius one, would someone tell me what the joke is?



In Greek mythology, Chiron was an intelligent and friendly Centaur and one of Hercules' mentors. One day Hercules got in a disagreement with some other centaurs, and settled the matter by killing them. Chiron was standing some distance away, and Hercules did not recognize him and accidentally shot him with a poison arrow. Chiron was honored by the Olympians as the constellation Sagittarius. So, apparently in this celestial sequel, Chiron is going to hunt down Hercules.

VeronicaBeats


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dselig wrote:what about the family guy star wars?



Family Guy Star Wars will only laem you,it wont kill you.

But BattleStar Galactica will gill you,but then raise you from the dead like Starbuck aka(Kera Thrace)


I tells ya, if there were a battlestar woot shirt, i would be all over that!
3x over! + $5 Dolla shipping!

rinzor


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In retrospect, I think they should have put more glow in the dark stars on than white dots. That way in the dark you see more stars, just as in the night sky!

nick210


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i just ordered one. I wish it came out earlier since i have my astronomy lab tomorrow night. I will just have to wait till next tuesday to wear.

JadenKale


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VeronicaBeats wrote:Family Guy Star Wars will only laem you,it wont kill you.

But BattleStar Galactica will gill you,but then raise you from the dead like Starbuck aka(Kera Thrace)


I tells ya, if there were a battlestar woot shirt, i would be all over that!
3x over! + $5 Dolla shipping!


Okay... that makes 3 shirts they'd sell. I don't think anyone else would buy one here.

JadenKale


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rinzor wrote:In retrospect, I think they should have put more glow in the dark stars on than white dots. That way in the dark you see more stars, just as in the night sky!



The point is to show the constellations. That would be more difficult to see, if there were extra stars glowing. Even if it would be more like the night sky.

ChefRAZ


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DANG ! sold out already...

JadenKale


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ChefRAZ wrote:DANG ! sold out already...



I see you've been lickin' toads again.

yankeebird


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ChefRAZ wrote:DANG ! sold out already...




You scared me! I was pondering whether I wanted to buy or not, and I thought the decision had been made for me.

Edit: Oooh, my next purchase earns me a black box. Sweet!

ChefRAZ


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JadenKale wrote:I see you've been lickin' toads again.



yup , I can't get behind a shirt that doesn't have Pisces on it. birthday in t-minus 8 days.P

ckeilah


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But this shirt DOES emit low-level radiation! Light is a form of radiation! Or maybe they fixed the lameglow so well that it emits high-level radiation, in which case I'm in for three! Woot! :-)

Please do not increment my Quality Posts count. 69 is a good place to be. ;-)
MOD: We had to...we just HAD TO...

JadenKale


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ChefRAZ wrote:yup , I can't get behind a shirt that doesn't have Pisces on it. birthday in t-minus 8 days.P



My birthday was the 4th... I have no problem with a constellation shirt not having my sign on there. You can't see every constellation all year 'round except for a small few.

virulentloser


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CorwinShiu wrote:Um.. Constellations are just regions in space that we name. It's like calling the area above the US Canada.

We name them using latin (virgo means virgin in English). If you are wondering why you never see what you actually see in the constellations, its because constellations are not named on how they look. Its like saying Washington state looks like George Washington.



you're right, Triangulum looks nothing like a triangle. ;p

mybell


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JadenKale wrote:well, Utah best buy the heck out of this one! Great job Julian.



Looks like Utah is buying the heck out of this one!