Well, buy a white t-shirt and a bunch of black magic
markers (hurry, before the magic markers are made
illegal due to the DMCA and then only criminals will
Honestly though...does it matter how you feel about
the color? Buy one to support the list and put the
shirt on the dog! Heck, get two and use the second one
to wash your car!
The point here is that this list is a charity...the
shirt is the gift you get when you make a $13.95 ($15
internationally) donation! Heck...that mug I got from
PBS sits in a cabinet (it's ugly) but at least I
supported my public station!
--- Michael Mays <chaosmonk_at_earthlink.net> wrote:
> I think I would definitely buy a Newtontalk T-shirt
> if they came in black.=
> I just don't like white shirts; they look silly on
> me. But with a black=
> shirt, I could successfully give Palm and PocketPC
> users a good taunting.
> Michael Mays
> *********** REPLY SEPARATOR ***********
> On 6/6/2002 at 9:17 PM Ed Kummel wrote:
> >As for #1...
> >well, wouldn't you think that a BLACK t-shirt would
> >add to your hyperhidrosis? (note, one "h" in the
> >Perhaps some industrious soul could purchase a lot
> >the white shirts and dye them black...or perhaps
> >tye-dye them! Now that would be cool!
> >Ed (groovy)
> >web/gadget guru
> >> >I'm new to the list after being away from Newts
> >> years (former owner
> >> >of a 120,130, and 2000). I have a couple
> >> for the group:
> >> >
> >> >1) Is there going to be a batch of t-shirts made
> >> black? Better for us
> >> >folks with axillary hyperhhidrosis
> >"I believe that viewers who skip television
> commercials are Thieves who
> >are guilty of Stealing network programming"
> > - Jamie Keller CEO/Chairman Turner Broadcasting
> >Do You Yahoo!?
> >Yahoo! - Official partner of 2002 FIFA World Cup
> >Read the List FAQ/Etiquette:
> >Read the Newton FAQ:
> >This is the NewtonTalk mailing list -
> Read the List FAQ/Etiquette:
> Read the Newton FAQ:
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- Jamie Keller CEO/Chairman Turner Broadcasting
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