Did you hear the one about the decathlete who went to the moon?
He took a scientific pole!
In science, in sport, in art and exploration—in every area of endeavor, there are a few daring pioneers who strive to find the very limits of human achievement. They’ll push themselves to degrees most of us can’t imagine, and accomplish things most of us wouldn’t dare to dream.
“What more can be realized?” they ask. “What greater heights can be attained?” While the rest of us sit in awe, they strain, strain to reach further, and further still!
“This is not the full extent of our potential!” they cry, as they take one more step into uncharted possibilities. “This is not the limit!”
Until finally, they’re like: “OK, looks like that last step was the limit.” Then they’re totally screwed.
Wear this shirt: to track practice, to inspire you to soar your very highest, and lead the Frosty Hills High Fightin’ Foresters to their first win in over fifteen years! By the way, Frosty Hills? Your high school track and field squad is really terrible.
Don’t wear this shirt: on the Moon; you’ll freeze solid, or your skin will burn off, or you’ll swell up and burst, or some combination of those. You can wear it on the Hollywood soundstage where they faked the lunar landing photos, though. It’s very comfortable there.
This shirt tells the world: “I respect the terms and conditions stipulated by our national space program for the use of their images.”
We call this color: In The Cold, Black Void Of Space, No One Can Hear You Scream “Yee-ha.”
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