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tjost wrote:That's cool that you don't like it. The reason I think it's popular is because it plays to peoples memories of their childhood watching PBS, eating warm cookies and drinking cold milk. Then it takes that and appeals to their adult side of overindulgence, drinking, remorse, consequences etc. with a humorous spin. Try as I might I can't please everyone so maybe in the future I'll make a shirt that resonates with you more. Thanks for the comment
I would have to agree with you. Plus, I think it very fitting that this shirt is back on top at number 1, since today is the 40th anniversary of Sesame Street. Congrats on such a long streak of smashing success!!
I think I need to go on a Woot diet . . . it's unbelievable all the junk they get me to buy!
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fgarriel wrote:This isn't a criticism.
I see 14k+ shirts have sold. So the compensation for 14k shirts would've been $1000 for the first run (3000 shirts) + $22,000 (11K shirts @$2/ea)?
That's a pretty awesome payday. Congrats.
Yeah, now add another 4K to it,
You can Woot! if you want to, you can leave Amazon behind, because if you don't buy the Woot! from the real Woot!, then you're, no friend of mine. Say we can Woot!, we can Woot!, they're doing it from home to home.