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[FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« on: Wed, 30 December 2015, 11:29:19 »
Last summer I offered to make and sell some T-shirts but only got a few takers.

I can print your choice of ink color on your choice of shirt color, as long as they are "standard" and commonly available.

Orange on black would be considered the default. For an additional $2 I will do a double print, which can be on the back or as a contrasting color, shifted slightly, to create a shadow effect. Black on white with an orange "under-shadow" is pretty sharp.

$16 shipped domestic US, $29 shipped international. I know everybody hates international shipping, and I can't understand why it should cost $17 postage just to send a T-shirt in an envelope to England, but it does.

Deskthority shirts are available, too.
 
The difference in characterization of crime and who commits it skews what criminality looks like demographically. "What we're seeing so far is very similar to the process that we see with Islamic violent Jihad radicalization," said former FBI Assistant Director Frank Figliuzzi, "This wanting to belong to a cause greater than yourself, wanting to get affirmation from a group who may not even know who you are or ever met you. And then feeling like you're part of this deployment, this cause. You heard him say on the clip 'It's my job to protect this.'
No, it's not your job. But you think it is. And video last night shows him walking around roaming around with the assault rifle not really doing much of protecting anything." Figliuzzi made it clear that calling these characters "troubled" is a misnomer. "I would assert," Figliuzzi continued. "that it's time we stopped using the word ‘troubled’ with regard to white young people who act out like this and start thinking about the radicalized term that we used when people of color or people of Islamic faith act out like this. This is a radicalization process that's happening. It happened with the El Paso shooter in Texas. We kept hearing he was troubled. No, he was radicalized. And it's happening online."

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #1 on: Tue, 12 January 2016, 16:22:02 »
Still nobody interested in these? I could count on one hand the ones I have sold.

Please send me a PM, I don't check this thread regularly.

« Last Edit: Tue, 12 January 2016, 17:30:22 by fohat.digs »
The difference in characterization of crime and who commits it skews what criminality looks like demographically. "What we're seeing so far is very similar to the process that we see with Islamic violent Jihad radicalization," said former FBI Assistant Director Frank Figliuzzi, "This wanting to belong to a cause greater than yourself, wanting to get affirmation from a group who may not even know who you are or ever met you. And then feeling like you're part of this deployment, this cause. You heard him say on the clip 'It's my job to protect this.'
No, it's not your job. But you think it is. And video last night shows him walking around roaming around with the assault rifle not really doing much of protecting anything." Figliuzzi made it clear that calling these characters "troubled" is a misnomer. "I would assert," Figliuzzi continued. "that it's time we stopped using the word ‘troubled’ with regard to white young people who act out like this and start thinking about the radicalized term that we used when people of color or people of Islamic faith act out like this. This is a radicalization process that's happening. It happened with the El Paso shooter in Texas. We kept hearing he was troubled. No, he was radicalized. And it's happening online."

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #2 on: Tue, 12 January 2016, 16:48:20 »
If I didn't already have one (got a KeyCon), I would definitely be down for one.

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #3 on: Tue, 12 January 2016, 17:05:33 »
im not a big tshirt fan, im usually in polos

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #4 on: Tue, 12 January 2016, 17:22:22 »
I'd like two.   One M and one L, double screened on the nicest T material you can find   :thumb: :thumb:

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #5 on: Thu, 14 January 2016, 17:01:49 »
PM'ed! :-*

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #6 on: Thu, 14 January 2016, 17:19:49 »
I absolutely love mine! I had to wear it when hoff and joeyquinn were coming over. I'll post some pics tonight!

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #7 on: Thu, 14 January 2016, 17:47:50 »
im not a big tshirt fan, im usually in polos

I can print the small logo on the front of a polo or the large logo on the back.

I can also print on a shirt of your choice that you provide for $5 per print if you pay postage both ways, etc.
The difference in characterization of crime and who commits it skews what criminality looks like demographically. "What we're seeing so far is very similar to the process that we see with Islamic violent Jihad radicalization," said former FBI Assistant Director Frank Figliuzzi, "This wanting to belong to a cause greater than yourself, wanting to get affirmation from a group who may not even know who you are or ever met you. And then feeling like you're part of this deployment, this cause. You heard him say on the clip 'It's my job to protect this.'
No, it's not your job. But you think it is. And video last night shows him walking around roaming around with the assault rifle not really doing much of protecting anything." Figliuzzi made it clear that calling these characters "troubled" is a misnomer. "I would assert," Figliuzzi continued. "that it's time we stopped using the word ‘troubled’ with regard to white young people who act out like this and start thinking about the radicalized term that we used when people of color or people of Islamic faith act out like this. This is a radicalization process that's happening. It happened with the El Paso shooter in Texas. We kept hearing he was troubled. No, he was radicalized. And it's happening online."

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #8 on: Fri, 22 January 2016, 06:05:51 »
Got one. Turned out Great.  :thumb:

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #9 on: Fri, 22 January 2016, 07:09:50 »
Shame they aren't collared. Like tigersharkdude I only really wear polos, love a black polo with little GH embroiled on on side of the chest though

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Re: [FS] Geekhack T-shirts
« Reply #10 on: Fri, 22 January 2016, 08:10:24 »
I have 3 images on my screen:

4-1/2" x 3/4" (115mm x 20mm)

6" x 7/8" (152mm x 22mm)

9" x 1-1/3" (230mm x 34mm)

I have not printed the small one on a polo shirt but is should look OK, particularly on a larger size and if there is no pocket, because it will be wider than a pocket.

The difference in characterization of crime and who commits it skews what criminality looks like demographically. "What we're seeing so far is very similar to the process that we see with Islamic violent Jihad radicalization," said former FBI Assistant Director Frank Figliuzzi, "This wanting to belong to a cause greater than yourself, wanting to get affirmation from a group who may not even know who you are or ever met you. And then feeling like you're part of this deployment, this cause. You heard him say on the clip 'It's my job to protect this.'
No, it's not your job. But you think it is. And video last night shows him walking around roaming around with the assault rifle not really doing much of protecting anything." Figliuzzi made it clear that calling these characters "troubled" is a misnomer. "I would assert," Figliuzzi continued. "that it's time we stopped using the word ‘troubled’ with regard to white young people who act out like this and start thinking about the radicalized term that we used when people of color or people of Islamic faith act out like this. This is a radicalization process that's happening. It happened with the El Paso shooter in Texas. We kept hearing he was troubled. No, he was radicalized. And it's happening online."