Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Everyone grab their tickets, because the train to Awesometown is about to leave the station. A group of heroes, super or otherwise, has joined to create not just an apparel company, but a way of life. But mostly an apparel company. From the creators of heavysoul.blogspot.com, comes hsapparel.com. Sure it's not a functional website yet, but aren't we all just works in progress? For those of you practiced in the art of digesting context, you've gathered that we will be selling apparel on hsapparel.com. And using your keen deductive reasoning skills, I'm sure you've put 73+73 together to deduce that we will be selling said apparel for profits. Profits that will fuel a lifestyle of activism and bipartisanship. And bar tabs. Mostly bar tabs. We've got some initial ideas, and they're not too shitty. Some have already been blessed with the debut joint, the Nebraska Nation t-shirt. In a vacuum free of bias, I can fairly say that it is the greatest single piece of clothing since the shroud of Turin. I've confirmed that with George W. Bush, who in turn had it confirmed with the big man upstairs during today's Cabinet meeting. Yeah, I was surprised, too. And speaking of the shroud of Turin, did you know that they charge, depending on the exchange rate, roughly twenty U.S. dollars just to see the thing. You don't get to wear it. Hell, you don't even get to touch it. The friendly folks at hsapparel.com will get you your very own Nebraska Nation t-shirt for 10 U.S. dollars, regardless of its relationship with the Yen, with which you can do what you please. Here are some suggestions: 1). Wear it. 2). Shred it and use it as dust rags. 3). Gift it in the hopes that someone will regift it to you later. 4). Use it for Lost watching parties or weekend slow-pitch softball tournaments. And the list could go on. My favorites is choice number one. I'll tell you what, you just check out the website on or around the second week in December and see for yourself.
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