Where are those tee-shirts you promised us?greenspun.com : LUSENET : No Extra Day : One Thread
C'mon man. Get on the stick. I wanna see. I wanna see.
-- Lister VonLister (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 01, 2000
Strange you should mention that. Widge just asked the same thing. I'll get right on it. You'll have to give me feedback on the quality. I'm trusting this place so....
Oh, and if anyone has any suggestions for sayings on the backs of the shirts feel free.
So far we have the front page NED logo in an oval on the front and a blue oval on the back with one of these:
"Back off man, I'm an Associate Producer"
"I invested in No Extra Day and all I got was this lousy tee-shirt"
"Can you scratch me right here? I can't quite reach."
"I saved an Independent Film from destruction. Kneel before me."
"Independent film really pumps my nads."
There are a few more I think. Currently they are on white tee- shirts. I'd prefer silk screened colored tees, but I couldn't find a place that didn't want big giant assloads of money up front.
-- Michael Fitts (email@example.com), August 01, 2000.
Calm thyself, Lister. You'll see the shirts soon enough. I just ordered one so that we can see what the quality is like before we let you guys order them -- that way, if they're utter crap, we can do something about it rather than let you buy.. well, crap.
-- wendy (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 03, 2000.
So how are the shirts comming?
-- Charles Mitchell (email@example.com), October 17, 2000.
I had them finished, but with behind the scenes pictures. I figured I'd wait until I could put actual shots from the film in there. I'd feel better about that. Soon now. Getting that down.
-- Michael Fitts (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 19, 2000.
"I saved an Independent Film from destruction. Kneel before me." Still sounds good. I'd say put it on the shirt! Another possible fund raser type thing would be posters of the cast. Just a thought.
-- Charles Mitchell (email@example.com), January 13, 2001.
How about one that had the blockbuster logo but changed to read "ballbuster". I've seen many similar t-shirts that alter common logos so i don't think it would be a trademark violation. I imagine girls may like this shirt.
-- andrew (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 10, 2001.