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 Post subject: Awesomeoaaaa T-shirt
PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2005 8:10 am 
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The T-shirt I bought from Robert has arrived, and it's cool that it fits me so well. It's almost as though it was pre-ordained. Thanks for sending it so swiftly :o

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Lookin' good Mr Artistic NiNjA. Pretty big bicep there too.


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Nice Beavis and Butthead poster in the background. They rule, quite a bit.


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Whoooh Hooh Hooh! Now what the heck is a ninja doing with those guns, huh? I thought you were a sword man! :D


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Hey Richard,

Thanks for ordering a shirt man! The money this month, and for the month of Sept. goes to help animals at a humane society, as well as the kids at the elementary school I went to as a kid. So, thanks for the support!

Also.....wow, that was fast. It seems I only sent it a few days ago, from Oregon to the UK, and it's there! Cool! 2 days to get to Will in Florida and just 4 or 5 to get to you in the UK.

And of course.....thanks for posting the pics! And even though this is not in the proper thread.....thanks for all the awesome illustrations! You'll have to make a business out of this somehow.....we'll talk 8)

I agree with Veganmadre....nice guns!.....but where's the sword? I awarded you 3 of them last week, as well as some throwing stars if I remember correctly.

Feel free to share all those papers that we included in the package with others. (I send out posters, pamphlets, bus. cards, 'promoting veganism' supplement samples, etc. with each t-shirt order).

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2005 1:08 pm 
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robert wrote:
I agree with Veganmadre....nice guns!.....but where's the sword? I awarded you 3 of them last week, as well as some throwing stars if I remember correctly.

Feel free to share all those papers that we included in the package with others. (I send out posters, pamphlets, bus. cards, 'promoting veganism' supplement samples, etc. with each t-shirt order).

-Robert


Yea thanks for all the additional stuff too :) I will distributionalize them. I was surprised at how quick it arrived. Maybe the postal company sensed how awesome the transaction was just by the energy which was pulsing from the package that they held, and knew that it would be in the best interest of the universe and for destiny to deliver it as quick as they could. Or maybe I was just lucky. Either way, here's me holding a sword, to prove I am a real ninja.

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it should be illegal to fight with all those weapons! :P

you are right, it is a very nice sword...um, shirt. I like the shirt, too.

This, of course, means that you will need to leave the forums today to galavant around England displaying your awesomeness. Taking the sword is optional but highly recommended.


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Richard,

Post a pic of your face!! Why always cover it up? :(

You have very intense, fascinating eyes - I want to see more of your face damn it!!!!!! 8)


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I have almost the same guitar (black w/ white pick guard). Except mine is a Les Paul Studio copy made by Tradition


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Mine has a cream / light yellow coloured pick guard and trim. It's an epiphone copy of uhhhhhh... something or other... Les Paul Duluxe or something? All pea-soup to me.


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My tradition was made in the old Epiphone factory, so it's exactly the same except the label and the pick guard


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I want to get a new guitar, mine is partly held together with tape where I accidentally closed my guitar case on it and broke the pick-up support. I'd like an SG copy I think, they look rad, and I think they sound okay too. But I won't be doing that for a while, as this guitar still works kind of, and I don't have money coming out of my ass, and I also don't have much in the bank,


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SGs are awesome. I used to play in a band where I played a Les Paul Studio and the other guitarist played an SG. It sounded really good together because I got the deeper, richer tones, and he got the higher tones


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Damn it Richard you are so "my type".


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