Tuesday, May 13, 2008

A post about contemporary t-shirt fashions.



I'm not ashamed to admit that there is a side of me that lusts wildly after the material goods. Cars? Nope, not so much. Bikes? Yes, very much so, I like bikes (anyone selling anything sweet? I'm buying.). T-shirts? To a perverse degree. I've been meaning to post about these short sleeves for a while but somehow the jpegs got lost in the gaggle of word docs presently monopolizing my desktop. Anyway, I challenge anyone to name all the robots or aliens. But I humbly submit that the wearer need not be able to perform such feats to be able to don one of these in public. Buy 'em here, if you're interest. But please don't wear them to that stupid ad thing you and I are both probably going to attend in the near future.

13 comments:

Casey Brewer said...

Martinez is claiming he can name almost all of these robots. I wouldn't doubt either, the dude Tivo's Battlestar Galactica.

Casey Brewer said...

And I'm all cool with you rocking one of these shirts. Just don't show up to the next ad event looking like you came in on a Boston Whaler driven by the fucking Village People ok?

theryanburk said...

Does that mean no vests?

Casey Brewer said...

No vests.

theryanburk said...

Windblown hair?

Casey Brewer said...

You don't have any hair.

theryanburk said...

How did you know that?

Donnie said...

Assless chaps?

BlogFoot said...

I can name all those robots, and I can also point out that Baron Karza from "The Micronauts" is not a robot, so his inclusion on that shirt represents an error.

I'm not ashamed of this either.

wanderingspace.net said...

baron karza had magnetic joints. the toy was a robot… what says not the marvel comic? that comic is not based on true fact.

wanderingspace.net said...

the real issue is dalek is not really a robot. :(

chopshopstore said...

dalek and karza are being removed from the next version (#3)

Anonymous said...

...please where can I buy a unicorn?