- Oct 7, 2005
- The Woodlands & Woden, TX
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I can print one for you. I already have a screen made to print the shirt.
Edit: Sorry, I just remembered selling on this site isn't allowed.
I think 'freebies' would be a way around that......
Um, lack of integrity on whose part?Free shirt, $20 shipping? That shows a decided lack of integrity, violating the intent of the forum rules.
It just may Poser, heres my contribution.do I see this turning into a strange/weird/or just plain cool street sign thread?
were there any good intentions paving the way, or was it wide and windy?It just may Poser, heres my contribution.
On the way to H*ll, Michigan. The road to H*ll was nicely paved and shady, contrary to what you normally hear
I guess the sign is subject to frequent attempts at being swiped; the sign posts had hacksaw cuts all up and down and the nuts and bolts to hold the sign in place were welded together.
Any local t-shirt shop could fix you up, as long as you pay the art and screen charges and/or buy a 48 to 72-shirt minimum. On the other hand, you could settle for a heat-pressed vinyl product that will peel and crack after a couple dozen washings, or a dye sublimation process on a white shirt (or a white rectangle ironed on a black shirt) that will fade rapidly with repeated washing. You can order dye-sublimated and iron-on shirts from cafepress.com. There are many options.How about printing the photo and taking it to the ubiquitous local t-shirt shop.
I'm sure they could fix you up. ...
Sending a gift isn't a lack of integrity. Using someone else's website to advertise a free product, then making enough profit on the shipping to cover the cost of the product shows a definate lack of integrity, and I won't do it. Besides, all you gave me for christmas last year was a shiny sliver new nothing with a hole in it, and it broke the first day, so I don't care about being on your Christmas list.Um, lack of integrity on whose part?
So if I made you a shirt, sent it to you as a freebie, I would get called on my ethics?
.....you sir, are no longer under consideration for my 2009 X-Mas list
Btw thats an awesome find.I have never seen one like it before.I'm new to the forum, so if this has been seen before, I apologize. Ran across this sign on the Blue Ridge in N. Carolina.
Wow, just wow.........read my original post (#10); 9 words, no mention of any money exchanged up front, under the table, round the back, nor impliedUsing someone else's website to advertise a free product, then making enough profit on the shipping to cover the cost of the product shows a definate lack of integrity, and I won't do it.
A joke? Oh, I guess I'm too dense to understand a Dutchman's humor.Wow, just wow.........read my original post (#10); 9 words, no mention of any money exchanged up front, under the table, round the back, nor implied
or expected in any manner. A straight up gift to Poser. (its a joke Ken, dont read extras into it.
Geez, and they call me a thick-headed Dutchman....
Now then, I do like the idea of the T shirts being sold as a fund raising vehicle for TWT. 'nuff said.
You can give away time? Wow you much be rich then!A joke? Oh, I guess I'm too dense to understand a Dutchman's humor.
Unfortunately, the current economy is not conducive to gifts. At this point in time, all I can afford to give anyone is time.
You must be thinking of the Blue Ridge Parkway. The speed limit on that road is 45mph. It is paved. This road is Bearwallow Mountain Road heading north to Gerton. Last I rode Deals gap it was 30mph all the way. When first I rode Deals Gap it was 55mph and the Tennessee part was torn down to graded gravel for repaving.good one.
Blue Ridge? I think the posted limit is about 50. Of course, it's like 30 now on Deal's.
.....ya should hear what Mrs. D calls me sometimes.I don't remember hearing anybody call you Dutch.
WOW! Memories ... I lived for 7 years about five miles from this sign! Sometimes I just want to go home. Don't get me wrong, I love Texas and the people here but there is nothing you can do about where you're from.