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BTW, I’m trying to sell a 42-inch glass tabletop. If you’re interested, drop me a line and mention this site for the hefty pf.org discount…
Two more shirts: the first is a commentary on overly pretentious bloggers (yeah, you all know one—after all, you’re reading this)*:
The second, dedicated to the warriors of the sport of Karaoke, is a co-production with my friend Patrick’s band Ganymede. What exactly is a karaoke vigilante? The phrase is taken from their song “Hong Kong” and is reputed to deal with a near-legendary incident in a karaoke bar; much beyond that, I’m not sure, but then again, do we really need reason beyond the fact that it sounds cool?
*If you really want to know where “personal literature” comes from, read this. No, I’m not proud.
You’re spent the past few days in the midst of the epic post-Thanksgiving shopping season, fighting off hordes of shoppers with paper bags, but there’s just that one person who you just can’t find the right gift for (indeed, it might even be you!). Well, it’s lucky for you that I’ve just added some new shirts to the cafepress store!
They’re just the thing, and everyone will be wearing them next year! So get on the bandwagon early!
(I know that
some most of these are redesigns of shirts I had once ‘retired’. Sue me.)
WhyFrank Enterprises is proud to bring you the Reverse
Curve Curse t-shirt, just in time for the World Series:
Go buy one (or two, or three) now!
(Original art by the Massachusetts Highway Department and Anonymous; digital art and concept by Mike Whybark; Photoshop tweaking and capitalism by yours truly)
UPDATE: The shirts have been slightly modified in light of recent events.
So, who out there would be interested in a dead-tree version of pf.org?
In case anyone out there was wondering what one of the Emporium's shirts looked like on a real-live human being, you might want to check this out. And then after you've gone and ogled that picture, you should probably go back to the emporium and buy one (or two, or three, or even four)—if not for you, then your loved one(s).
I would be remiss if I did not point out that if you're still looking for gifts, the pf.org internet emporium has everything you would ever need for a last-minute gift!
(and if you're in New York City on Sunday, you can probably pick up some neat stuff at this fair/bazaar/marketplace thing...)
That is all.
If, like me, you hate the post-Thanksgiving commercial frenzy, why not try to do all your holiday shopping with your mouse at the paulfrankenstein.org Internet Emporium, where you can find something for everyone (as long as they like t-shirts with pithy slogans and catchy sayings on them)! Buy one for your girlfriend, your boyfriend, or both! Three new blog-inspired designs are introduced this week, as well as the long-overdue redesign and return of the instant internet classic, "Friends Don't Let Friends Blog Drunk..."