Welcome to the thoughts that wash up on the sandy beaches on my mind. Paddling is encouraged.. but watch out for the sharks.
lovely...Good ol' Chuck :-)
That's entirely awesome!
That's fantastic! I love that one.
Loved it so much, I had to get the shirt:http://www.zazzle.com/very_gradual_change_we_can_believe_in_tshirt-235487367914303657
[laughs]I thought you guys would like this. The things you find on random Google image searches [grin]I'll be interested on the reaction to the T-shirt dbackdad.... The only adverse reaction I've had to one of mine was when I wore a Che Guevara T-shirt to a local jousting event. A guy came up to me and asked me why I was wearing it. "He was a murderer" he said and walked off muttering..... Weird.
Are there alternate versions with images of Steven Jay Gould or Jean-Baptiste Lamarck or Lynn Margulis or...?
LB - In today's world I'm sure that there are versions to suit *all* tastes.....
CK - Here in conservative AZ, I'll get a double look. The first for the homage to the Obama image that this is based on. And the second look will either be one of confusion because they are not smart enough to recognize Darwin or understand the joke. Or it will be of indignation because they think the Earth is 6,000 years old.
I thought that might be the reaction. Most of my T-shirts are pretty much ignored. I've had comments about a 'T' I picked up in Canada which is apparently "offensive" because it has pictures of drunken cartoon Mooses on it 'mooning'.... the other 'T' that had a few double-takes was my Skynet one [grin]
'Skynet' ... nice!
Do a Google search on Lastexittonowhere.comBe amazed..... [grin]So far I have:SkynetCyberdyne SystemsOff-World ColoniesED-209USSC NostromoUSMC Sulocco
My shirt was well-received at the Sierra Club trip ... as I expected. If it was too controversial for those people, there would truly be no place that I could wear it.I haven't ventured out with it on here at home yet. Maybe this weekend. Stay tuned.
Post a Comment