On 06/03/02 12:54, "David Golden" <ikondave_at_charter.net> wrote:
> on 3/6/02 11:46 AM, Victor Rehorst at victor_at_newtontalk.net wrote:
>> On Wed, 6 Mar 2002, Paul Guyot wrote:
>>> I don't know why, I just ran into this idea. Maybe it's because of my
>>> long sofa-nap (my university-nap was cancelled, and unlike
>>> university-naps, sofa-naps tend to last much longer since nobody is
>>> talking to you while you sleep and you're usually still sleepy 20 or
>>> 30 minutes after being awaken).
>>> What folks would you think about a big (well, big, I use to wear XL
>>> T-Shirts, but think about something to your size) NewtonTalk T-Shirt?
>> Yes. yes yes yes. Before you go and ship shirts from France, I have a
>> great place here in Guelph that can do them cheap (and with that low
>> Canadian dollar, it's be cheap for everyone)
> Great idea. I'd buy several.
Yes, good idea!
Now, I'm sure that we have talented graphic artists here that could come up
with design propositions, or am I wrong?
Hmmm, Paul, I wish sometimes I could do company-naps, but that wouldn't be
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