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I am well aware that the Tea Party is not nearly as big as Fox News makes it out to be, but I am genuinely amazed that there are people out there who have the beliefs that those people do, I can’t get my head around the thought process of them, so I’m glad the someone has made a line of tees that point out just how astoundingly dumb they can be. I’m voting Tea Party comes from Jeremy Kalgreen, the guy behind Amorphia, Science!, and Teach the Controversy, so you’ve probably already got a good idea of the style of these tees. They’re all meant to represent (and exaggerate) the crazy slogans that you see on posters and boards at Tea Party rallies. Personally, I wouldn’t wear them because I’m British and therefore they’d make little sense, but if you enjoy making fun of Republicans then you might get a kick out of them.

From now until the end of the week you can also get 15% of the tees at I’m Voting Tea Party (and all the rest of Jeremy’s stores) with the coupon code TWOFORTEA

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Hirsute History, for people that like hair

by Andy on August 17, 2009

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Shirts featuring the hair of famous people. Not like ‘Britney’ famous, more like important. Well, mostly. Oh, and some beards too.

And that’s what Hirsute History do. I like the way that the site (yet another offshoot from Amorphia Apparel) has a concept and sticks to it, there’s no deviation from one design to the next, and having historical figures rather than pop culture icons from today is a plus too, I’d rather have Nikola Tesla on my chest than Paris Hilton (so to speak). You can also get 10% off your order by using the coupon code HIRSUTE between now and August 22nd.

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