I found this small (but rapidly growing) Ohio-based web shop, Look At Me Shirts. I found it at Christmas and ordered my sister's boyfriend an "Even God Hates the Steelers" shirt. They are mostly Columbus/Cinci-centric shirts (yes, the touchdown Jesus has a shirt)
This is a onesie we wanted badly to get for our friends' newish baby...my apologies to them, I won't pay more for a onesie than I will for a grown person's shirt.
I have this one. In fact, they had the slogan but not the shirt and I emailed and asked them to put it on a shirt. I like to think I have some influence...don't blow it for me.
This one's funny...I wouldn't wear it or anything. But it is funny.
There's not a soul in Cincinnati that wouldn't get this one. I don't know if it's that way everywhere but the great "fast food fish flood" didn't really hit us in Kansas City. I think it's cute, and even though I'm sensitive, I can't decide if it's offensive. Of course, it's Cincinnati, so probably not.
And now the piece de resistance:
This one is from t-shirt hell, the place where you go to laugh at things your mother taught you not to laugh at... This is the only shirt I've ever (and only for a millisecond) considered getting from there. If you follow the link, prepare to be offended.
Yeah, I'm on it. Must be a Spring thing, seems like all o' yall's changing your templates. So I got the bug. Had to do both. Not ashamed to admit I had to consult Blogger for Dummies more than once. But they'll do for now. What I really want to talk about is Barack Obama. There is just something about this guy that makes me want to lean back and say, "I'm all in." Is there a real chance here? My Mom (bless-her-heart-conservative) told me the other day that the Dems were lining it up so that it would be Obama running as Hillary's VP. Nobody's that stupid. I made her take it back. Tell me what you think. About Obama, about the new 'do, check my other page, see what you think of that.
The basic discussion is regarding this particular church that is doing a series on what it would really be like to have the Kingdom of God here on earth. What would it look like, how would it feel to be a part of it? Last Sunday, the message was on receiving. How can you fully experience the Kingdom of God on earth if you cannot accept help or gifts from your brothers and sisters? They included a radical object lesson. Let's see what you think.