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seikokk wrote:Reminds me of Opus and Bill: A Wish for wings that work.
Belkin TuneSync Dock and 5-Port USB Hub x1
Screaming Monkey with Black Woot Cape x3
Logitech PlayGear Share Audio Splitter – 2-Pack x2
SanDisk 1GB MP3/WMA Player with FM Tuner and Voice Recorder x1
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faryl wrote:I don't need - or even want - another t-shirt.
My t-shirts are primarily stay-at-home-wear, but this is too cute to keep it from being displayed in public.
Maybe I can turn it into a tote bag. Or travel pillow.
I'm the same way, although my growing woot shirt collection is causing me to live outside of my comfort zone and wear t-shirts proudly in public on occasion. I've been snapping up some of my favs during side sales in anything but t-shirts as well *cough*MORE POSTERS PLEASE*cough*
I love this shirt, so this is probably going to be another one I venture out in. And +1 for Dann's version - loving the idea of having that on the back.
forever fighting the urge to buy something just because it is cheap and cool...wait, it's cheap and cool, let me click that big yellow button!
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mcm1900 wrote:This addition is what makes it racist. If you can't follow that logic, then I'm afraid your problems are more than a woot! community post can help you understand.
White people are usually the racist ones, though this crazy person/troll rant reminded me of a conversation between two of my friends the other day. Friend A, who is half Chinese, was saying that something he said sounded racist. Friend B (an older white woman) laughed and said he couldn't be racist (meaning because he's not white.) Friend A and I thought that was hilarious, because it's kind of racist to say white people have a monopoly on racism.
Even on a cloudy day, I'll keep my eyes fixed on the sun...