2011-06-18 13:06:47Feast your eyes and weep with jealousy
dana1981
Dana Nuccitelli
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SkS shirt

2011-06-18 13:15:03
Alex C

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Darn you Dana, darn you.

2011-06-18 13:57:59One problem though...
John Hartz
John Hartz
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There should be three, not one, figures in red.  

2011-06-18 14:12:36Badger
dana1981
Dana Nuccitelli
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Two of the figures are in grey (undecided).

2011-06-18 17:05:21Curse you Nuccitelli
John Cook

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Just like the Denial book, I'm the first to order and the last to receive a copy!

Let us know what comments you get when you wear it in public. Will you get hassled by deniers (or jocks) or showered with love by ecowarriors...

2011-06-18 17:29:13
Dawei

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I'll second John's statement; I had the same thought when I read the blog post about this. I'm sure you and others will earn some interesting stories from wearing this in public, and I'm sure many SS readers will be interested in reading those stories.

Who knows? This could be the start of a great new fad, the "debate-inviting clothing": Proudly display a statement that you know will raise the spines of a small but appreciable fraction of society, and then just see what goes down. Advertise it as a great way to make mundane daily chores more exciting.

2011-06-18 18:47:17
Rob Painting
Rob
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That's not real, that's photoshopped!!!!

2011-06-19 00:48:22
Ari Jokimäki

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That's something you should put on when entering the Heartland Institute conference...

2011-06-19 02:59:39
Paul D

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Does the shop keep a count of the number sold??

2011-07-04 16:18:00# of shirts sold
John Cook

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121.222.9.229

Yes, 10 mugs, 39 shirts sold over the first month.

2011-07-04 16:28:34Finally got my shirt
John Cook

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121.222.9.229

Took nearly a month to get it and two weeks longer than Dana. Moral of the story - next time, order from Cafepress.com.au, not cafepress.com - I assumed they'd automatically work out to post it from the same country as the delivery address. Silly assumption.

Dang, should've ordered a mug too!

2011-07-04 16:48:00
Paul D

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John it isn't a silly assumption.

Goodness, if a single company can't work out where to produce a product to cut carbon footprints, how on earth are competing companies supposed to do the same?

As well as carbon footprints increasing, it must have cost the company extra as well. I'm guessing that the workers just did what the computers told them to do, which is scary. One of two things have to happen, either people have to start using their brains and override the computers system, or the company needs to change the software.