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I'm giving away the following shirts. I will pay for postage (if you like what you get, just make a donation to your favorite gay-baby-seal-loving charity -- but not the HRC) -- just leave me a comment with your mailing address and (if I don't know it already) name. Comments are screened. Offer valid even if I don't know you! It's all good!

1. "Intellectual Slut", white on black, size L but it's an American Apparel "Standard American" so it's more like a men's M at best. I used to love this shirt but now that people perceive my gender differently, I don't think it's all that cool for me to wear "slut" on my proverbial sleeve anymore.

2. "feminists do it better", white on black, size L American Apparel "Classic Girl", so it's sleeveless. Love it, but doesn't fit me anymore.

3. "master of my domain", white with an orange graphic of, well, a graph (hyperbola) on a dark brown shirt. Size L "No Star" brand, but it actually seems more like a men's S. Only worn a few times, doesn't fit me anymore.

4. "Everything else is just dysfunctional programming!" shirt with a list of functional programming languages, green/gray text on white, size L. You can see the crisp new version on CafePress, but since it's a CafePress shirt, the background of the design is discolored slightly since it was a transfer. Still legible. I don't feel like I can reasonably wear this shirt anymore since I work on evil non-purely-functional programming.

5. "If You Drink, Don't Drill!" Life in Hell shirt (it says "Life in Hell" on the back) featuring Binky. Men's XL, black design on white. This shirt is awesome, but my bunnies ate part of it and I cut out the collar area, resulting in a rather revealing neckline. After much thought, I've decided I don't want to wear such a risque shirt anymore. But it works fine over a black turtleneck or something. Definitely on the verge of falling apart -- only for those diehard Matt Groening fans (or possibly for turning into a pillow or something if you're crafty).

Image of all the shirts

If I've offered one of these shirts before and you requested it and I forgot, then I apologize! Please request again.

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tim: Tim with short hair, smiling, wearing a black jacket over a white T-shirt (Default)
I'm giving away the following T-shirts. As with everything else, you don't need to pay me anything for postage but you can donate to my favorite charity if you want, or else, pay it forward.

If you want something, comment with (1) which ones you want; (2) your address. (Comments screened.)

1. "RTFM", white on black, from ThinkGeek. Size L. I outgrew this one (and I don't mean it's too small). taken by [livejournal.com profile] jholomorphic

2. Boston anagrams T map, like this but not organic cotton. I found that as with many CafePress shirts, the letters aren't clear enough to read from a distance. White, size L. Gone

3. "My Other Computer Is a Linux System", fuschia letters on white, "Linux Journal" in small letters below. Size L. A little faded, but that adds to the charm. Gone

4. Escher's "Drawing Hands", no words, black on white. Size L. Gone

5. Wellesley shirt, just says "Wellesley" in big blue letters and sort of a flowery shield design (not the actual college seal). Gray, size L. Probably only of interest if you went to Wellesley, and possibly not even then. Gone

6. Avenue Q "It Sucks To Be Me" shirt, white lettering on black. Size L. I only wore this a few times, then got tired of people asking me why it sucks to be me in a concerned tone of voice. taken by [livejournal.com profile] jholomorphic

7. "Gender Fucked", purple lettering on blue sleeveless shirt, size M (the American Apparel "Classic Girl" style, so it runs small), from Mushycat. taken by [personal profile] thisone

8. On the front: "program n. a logical sequence of operations to be performed by a computer that usually results in error message. v.t. to engage in an activity similar to banging one's head against a wall." On the back: "Cuervo Tradicional, The Legendary Tequila". No, I don't know what to tell you either. Yellowish-orangish, size XL. (I would be wearing this if it wasn't too big for me.) Tentatively gone

9. "Project Steve" shirt from the National Center for Science Education -- except this is an older version of the shirt, because it's dark blue and only has 600 scientists named Steve. Same concept, though. Size L. Gone

10. Black spaghetti-strap tank top with white "Cambridge" design with a drawing of bikes locked to a fence. The label says "One Size", but that is a lie. I've only worn this once or twice, because it was always too small. I'm guessing it should really be a M or even perhaps S. It is from the Cambridge in the UK, but you could pretend it's from the other Cambridge if you like. Gone

11. "Haskell Hackers: We're not afraid of a little unsafePerformIO" shirt, CafePress, size L, black. I was the official test marketing focus panel for this shirt. But I don't really do that much Haskell for its own sake anymore, so it should go to someone who can get behind the message. taken by [livejournal.com profile] rjmccall

12. "Science Rules" shirt, blue on white. The image there isn't very good, but it says "Science Rules!" in big letters overlaid over various scientific laws in small type. Size L. Gone

13. "I ♥ Nerds", black letters (with a white heart) on green, babydoll-style, size L. Gone

14. They Might Be Giants ringer shirt (black with white collar and cuffs), with all the TMBG song titles (at the time) arranged in the shape of a T-shirt on the front, and "Dial-a-Song" on the back. The design is pretty small. Size L (I think), but doesn't fit me. taken by [livejournal.com profile] jholomorphic

That's all for now!


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