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Save the Trees

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Quality Posts



tomcall


quality posts: 102 Private Messages tomcall

10 to 1 he's reading "The Hunger Games".

odysseyroc


quality posts: 32 Private Messages odysseyroc

Great work, Kevin! I'm so stoked to see this one print!





gooseygoose


quality posts: 9 Private Messages gooseygoose

I must say as I check this on my Kindle Fire that this shirt seems perfect at the moment. That tree and I have a lot in common!

unsenuchiha


quality posts: 4 Private Messages unsenuchiha

I read ebooks under my tree too! This is the perfect fit for when I do! :D

xxchange


quality posts: 44 Private Messages xxchange

He's petitioning to save the trees with paper? Something doesn't seem right here.

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jrs1980


quality posts: 28 Private Messages jrs1980

I live in Minnesota and got my Kindle for Christmas. Haven't had the chance yet, but when I'm reading outside, I know I'll be thinking about this shirt.

Pardon me, would you have any bags of crap?

bluejester


quality posts: 557 Private Messages bluejester

It's funny, because as much as I love the design, it just fills me with sadness for the way e-readers have toppled book stores.

Thirdbase9


quality posts: 86 Private Messages Thirdbase9
tomcall wrote:10 to 1 he's reading "The Hunger Games".



Nope he's reading Lord of the Rings and fantasizing about being an Ent.

I don't know.

hoserelder


quality posts: 1 Private Messages hoserelder

Whaddya call people who say 'they just like the way books smell'


Glue-sniffers

wunami


quality posts: 9 Private Messages wunami

So...is this like the nerd tree is not allowed to be the clique/forest?

hobosunday


quality posts: 7 Private Messages hobosunday

Makes me sad to see the tree needs glasses to read. Must be getting old.

departeddanger


quality posts: 0 Private Messages departeddanger
Thirdbase9 wrote:Nope he's reading Lord of the Rings and fantasizing about being an Ent.



He's reading a book, on an e-reader no less, I think it's safe to say he IS an Ent!

w00tgurl


quality posts: 26 Private Messages w00tgurl

looks like the old school Kindle to me

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clav08


quality posts: 2 Private Messages clav08

I used to be in the "I like the feel of a book in my hands" camp, and then I got a Kindle for Christmas and realized that there's a place for me in both camps. I then thought that maybe I'm a little too old for camp....

Narfcake


quality posts: 279 Private Messages Narfcake

Y'know, sooner or later, that tree is going to have to recharge the thing ... and then what?! Those woods look pretty off-the-grid to me...

jasneko


quality posts: 30 Private Messages jasneko

Congrats Kevlar!!

amreli


quality posts: 8 Private Messages amreli

Yay! So glad this printed....congrats!


bluejester


quality posts: 557 Private Messages bluejester

As a long time woot member, I want to know if that e-reader he's holding is new, or a refurb.

lichme


quality posts: 2687 Private Messages lichme

Books can be recycled and trees can be replanted. Dead batteries are filling landfills everywhere.

That being said, I <3 technology and I still enjoy climbing trees!

kevlar51


quality posts: 44 Private Messages kevlar51

Wow! Thanks a ton everyone!!!

Rudeboy2025


quality posts: 22 Private Messages Rudeboy2025

Even though I will always prefer a good old book in my hands, this is a hilarious design. Well deserved print!

Zenverse


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Zenverse

Congratulations on the print! Great shirt! :D

Karzon


quality posts: 8 Private Messages Karzon

He's obviously reading The Giving Tree.

gina3graces


quality posts: 38 Private Messages gina3graces

I will pretend this is one of my favorite historic Cypress trees on my property (my heart beats here) and he is reading his IPad to check out the latest Wooty-Booty!

I love this tshirt sooooo much and I was hoping it would be printed.

Now for the one-liners:

Reading makes this tree a wise 'old sap'.

'Wood' you read to me?

This tree is a 'hard-read'.

Hope this tree never gets 'board'.

That is all.

No wait...IN LIKE SIN FOR TWO wooty-woodie-shirties!

Big grats to the artist and thanks for sharing so much love in your heart which shows in your work.

clav08


quality posts: 2 Private Messages clav08

I want that tree to read me a story. I imagine its voice to be deep and soothing with the wisdom of many, many years spent in the forest.

DianaSprinkle


quality posts: 110 Private Messages DianaSprinkle
wunami wrote:So...is this like the nerd tree is not allowed to be the clique/forest?



Lol I like this interpretation.

Karzon wrote:He's obviously reading The Giving Tree.



What a sap!

mhatter106


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mhatter106

Congratulations Kev!

wirdou


quality posts: 16 Private Messages wirdou

Congrats Kevlar! so well deserved!:D

Spiritgreen


quality posts: 210 Private Messages Spiritgreen

I'm inseparable from my Kindle, I know how that tree feels. The only real books I buy now are Pratchett's, that's a tradition I can't break. :^)

Congrats Kev!

lucky1988


quality posts: 20 Private Messages lucky1988

Congrats Kevlar! Sweet design!

SpastasticNomadic


quality posts: 0 Private Messages SpastasticNomadic

Congrats on the print.

Would have bought one if it was offered on a Women's AA.

fishbiscuit5


quality posts: 32 Private Messages fishbiscuit5

Wooooo, yeah, Kevin!!! Congrats! I'm so happy this printed.

4khaos


quality posts: 8 Private Messages 4khaos
xxchange wrote:He's petitioning to save the trees with paper? Something doesn't seem right here.


The tree is actually using an e-reader, but some studies suggest that e-readers aren't actually any better for the environment given their manufacturing process, need for electricity, and lack of recycling.

(Not that those studies are right or anything. It's just a differing opinion on the subject.)

It's a great design nonetheless!

di2too


quality posts: 0 Private Messages di2too

....and any minute a rag-tag bunch will come by in tin, straw, fur and ruby slippers with a yapping little dog whereby the apple-throwing will begin!

j5


quality posts: 63 Private Messages j5

This finally saw print!
Awesome Kev!
Take that, daily rejectionator!

move along

MaxSMoke777


quality posts: 7 Private Messages MaxSMoke777

I have my doubts about E-ink saving trees. Somehow I doubt it'll ever replace toilet paper.

lisabethjo


quality posts: 1 Private Messages lisabethjo

Am I the only one who thinks the write up is inappropriate?

rockymike


quality posts: 16 Private Messages rockymike

I was rooting for this one. It is one of the more meaningful shirts I've seen in a while.

In for one for the wife, who is a fan of the e-readers.

Yeah, so there's that...

just1guru


quality posts: 0 Private Messages just1guru
Narfcake wrote:Y'know, sooner or later, that tree is going to have to recharge the thing ... and then what?! Those woods look pretty off-the-grid to me...



Surely he figured how to make electricity from photosynthesis !