Great T-Shirts

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Here are two great t-shirts. The first one is a t-shirt of Che Guevara wearing a Che Guevara t-shirt. My father was a sporting his all Christmas (my mom bought it at The Onion’s online store). The farce of Che-worship makes this t-shirt an instant classic.

The second is the NJ Turnpike t-shirt (which I proudly wore on Thanksgiving), available at select New Jersey Turnpike rest stops. For anyone familiar with the Turnpike, the humor inherent in the t-shirt warrants no further elaboration. For the rest of you, just consider yourselves lucky.

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4 responses to “Great T-Shirts

  1. ReWrite

    “the farce of Che-worship,” is a bit strong. I agree that it is annoying that hipsters and teenie-boopers rock the image w/out knowing what the he stands for, but Che’s image stands for something much bigger and more important than that.

  2. eric

    Other than hipsters and upper-middle class communists in developed countries, was does Che’s image stand for?

  3. eric

    Actually, now that I think about it, Che is to the totalitarian regimes (on the left) what Charlton Heston was to the NRA.

  4. ReWrite

    Well I guess that would include your hero- Obama whose image was messed with Che and everyone in NYC has a button or sticker with it.

    Che is actually much more popular in developing countries throughout the world than in the developed world. Almost every guerrilla, anti-imperialist, anti-colonialist group, etc in the world rocks the Che image. Che’s image is all over Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. There is a book about this, which I cannot find on google at the moment.

    Totalitarian regimes should have up the US Flag as their image b/c most of them have been propped up by the US and/or the West.

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