winterismyseason


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phinxae wrote:... long will I miss steak n shake when I return...



YES! I love that place, sadly I'm going to Mich. Tech. and the nearest one downstate somewhere.

I love orgo, but sadly it's over and I've moved on to p-chem. It seems as though there is no more chemistry, just more math parading round as chem.

GMV!

Josephus


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klswoot wrote:Pepper and Adder might appreciate this Warhol link given their strong dislike for Warhol's contributions to the world of art. Seems a lot of folks didn't like this one!



Don't forget, Warhol had a lot of help:


2thFairy


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Josephus wrote:Don't forget, Warhol had a lot of help:



This collaboration of yours is brilliant!

ladykalessia


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I dig it! Reminds me of Rez, sort of.

Re: 1988, The Human Genome Project



kixxster


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Re: 1977: 2600: A Video Game Odyssey



Please please please PLEASE print this somewhere, I really like this shirt, and it should have won




fablefire


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dea007 wrote:Fable,
This is totally off topic, but I just wanted you to know that I LOVE your scurvy shirt. It's the reason why I first fell in love with woot! Great job!



Glad you like it! =D

...and I just want to say thanks for everybody for the overwhelming, awesome response to the design. It's cool to see Zelda fans and general rpg fans getting excited about a shirt. Maybe if it wins we'll see these around at lan and rpg conventions! ...or in the mall! ...or in other places! ...and it'll be like a cool underground rpg fan thing. ...and we can all be like, "hey... I have that shirt too *nod*"

... XD

...I'd also like to say thanks to those of you who helped defend that the design does not infringe on copyrights. ;)

RandomHandle


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Maybe you can resub tomorrow for the new derby as it surely conveys motion.

Or is that a bad idea? I just like it and want to see it printed.

reblue


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kixxster wrote:Please please please PLEASE print this somewhere, I really like this shirt, and it should have won



I agree this shirt must be printed somewhere. It is destiny.

Fujiko


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KenSPT wrote:It may become my instant message avatar.



I would like to use it as an avatar as well. It's beautiful, somehow.

SOGGuitarHero


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Re: 1988, The Human Genome Project



Love it. I want one.

poochyaki


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can you get this shirt made through cafepress? i think enough people would buy it to warrant your trouble!

smittycity42


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poochyaki wrote:can you get this shirt made through cafepress? i think enough people would buy it to warrant your trouble!



agreed

nicknewman


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Re: 1986: The Legend Was Born



Fantastic shirt. I need to own this!

MrMcNoot


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Re: 1986: The Legend Was Born



I love this shirt and want to vote for it, but I can't figure out how to vote. Can someone please explain to me how to vote?

ilcarriz


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Wow, I'm so upset that this didn't make it! If you get it printed elsewhere, please let us all know!

Nanku42


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awesome!!!

Tehh4x


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Re: 1984: Duck Hunt {RESUB}



At first i really did no like it, but now i am in semi-love with it.

nice shirt cho.

weetski


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This design is so fun. If you don't win it for the birthday, I hope you repost it for something else.

shan24


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MrMcNoot wrote:I love this shirt and want to vote for it, but I can't figure out how to vote. Can someone please explain to me how to vote?


This shirt did end up in the top 4 shirts for this week, but voting is over. It probably won 1st place so check back at midnight tonight to see if it will go on sale then.

Figit090


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thank you!

montanamax


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Re: 1986: The Legend Was Born



Awesome! Makes me want to fire up the System of a Down cover of the Zelda theme song.

jasonhejna


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This is awesome, I want this shirt!!!

phreekonature


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Re: 1964 Johnson Rides The Biggest Landslide Ever.



Nixon is traditionally credited with the largest landslide victory with percentile of eligbile voters (61% to 60.7% johnson). These stats fluxuate and flipflop from time to time. A general margin of error is 5-7% for elections of this type. Many polling centers in the south simply 'guesstimated' during each election due to equipment malfunction/hangin chads/etc... What can I say... Seems will still can't get this right.

The 'true' largest landslide was George Washington (Both terms). He recieved 100% of the electoral college vote each time out.

No one is 'wrong' per say. That doesn't make either of you 'right'.

phreekonature


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Re: 1964 Johnson Rides The Biggest Landslide Ever.



oh. and why is his hat red?

Goldwater ran for the GOP

rectoverso


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why nit-pick at such a good design...just say nice going. don't be a grumble and/or bemoan fate

sid3000


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Re: 1981



God, anyone else here play maplestory? Totally looks like mushmoms house.

sid3000


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Re: 1988, The Human Genome Project



God, I like everything in the fog, this is all the way up there - this weeks purchase is gonna be tough.

iridescent


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Re: Warhol just turned in his grave -1987



I want to buy a few of these shirts. Make them and sell them to me.

Bin4givn


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Having grown up literally half way across the river and up the hill from Three Mile Island, I need to say this is in much better taste than half the shirts sold in the area right after the accident.

jemacken


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Re: 1988, The Human Genome Project



I hope this one is for sale in the next couple days. It's the only one in the derby I'd wear. It's fly son!

ryanspohn


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Do It!

bryanmcgoo


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Re: 1983



I still own and drive a tan '87 Toyota Tercel Hatchback...I need this shirt!

Failoan


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naterobnana wrote:My Grandson lives in Germany and all his friends are jealous over his cool woot shirts. I would love to add this to his collection. It makes me Nana of the year in his eyes.



Cool nana's are the best

Thanks!

saveyoursanity


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ilcarriz wrote:Wow, I'm so upset that this didn't make it! If you get it printed elsewhere, please let us all know!



I completely agree!

muellerju


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montanamax wrote:Awesome! Makes me want to fire up the System of a Down cover of the Zelda theme song.



Awesome shirt, but System of a Down did not cover the Zelda theme, it was the "Rabbit Joint Cover."

jdrage


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Noooooooo! 4th place. I totally wanted this one to get printed.

SkekTek


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Re: 1969- Great Moon Hoax



A big thank you to everyone who voted for this... although it didn't make it to the top 3, it did make me feel extremely proud that you supported a shirt from the '60's. Thanks! I'll get it printed on spreadshirt in 60 days for those of you still interested.

fyrefall


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Re: 1969- Great Moon Hoax



Sorry it missed the top 3 skek! It's a great design.

kylem4711


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SkekTek wrote:A big thank you to everyone who voted for this... although it didn't make it to the top 3, it did make me feel extremely proud that you supported a shirt from the '60's. Thanks! I'll get it printed on spreadshirt in 60 days for those of you still interested.



im so pissed, i loved this design....


dont knwo what speadshirt is, but im there

SkekTek


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kylem4711 wrote:im so pissed, i loved this design....


dont knwo what speadshirt is, but im there



It's a place where ex-derby designs can be sold by the artists, after the 60 days. Click on the Amakihi below and that's my site for selling old woot designs. I'm less than two weeks away from offering the Sponge Attack from the water derby.