Update: A few shirts went out with insufficient postage, to the tune of $3. (Apparently, First Class Mail does not automatically mean a First Class Stamp; who knew?) If the Post Office is after you for more money to bail out your shirt, let us know and we'll issue a refund. If you want to complain, please use the comments section below.
Update: The t-shirts have arrived. Boxes of them are piled high in the corner of the marina office (since there is no room for them on the boat). The number of requests I have received to date is less than 10% of the total. However, thanks to several generous donations they have been paid for already, so I am happy to be able to offer the remainder to anyone who'll give me at least
Please note: Please indicate shirt size (S or M) in a follow-up email.
I am happy to be able to offer you a curious memento of our rapidly passing age: the Reinventing Collapse t-shirt. The shirts are being printed and I will start sending them out in a couple of weeks. If you would like to reserve one, click the "Donate" button above. It will take at least US$20 to defray the costs (a bit more for international shipping, please).
I would like to thank EJ at New Society Publishing and Nina who did the design for bringing this monumental effort to fruition.
This is hilarious!
This is great! The revolution will not be televised… but the collapse will be printed onto tee-shirts!
Hey, at least they are something useful! In the coming collapse, only the T-Shirt makers will survive.
I'm just trying to decide if one will make me look swank while hoisting the black flag?
Sorry DO, I will keep my $20. My household is going to go for the "clothes optional" look.
Were the shirts made in USA?
Yes, my donkey, they were made quite locally. When they are ready, I'll pick them up on my bicycle, then walk them to the post office.
It's good to hear the shirts were made in USA. Some American-based companies such as Hanes have been known to outsource their production to factories around the world.
You could produce a Collapse Range of tees:
Civilization collapsed and all I got was this t-shirt.
This shirt for barter: 2 cans of food.
[picture of barrel of oil] Nostalgia
This is an idea whose time has come. Inspiring. And depressingly funny :)
any chance for a size XXL
It is previewed that we will all lose weight such that XXL sizes will no longer be necessary.
Hey Orlov, help me buy a dingy! Collapse in style with a vodka shot glass, mug or thong (made in the USA, get it while it lasts!)
Collapse gear at Henry Harrison:
Wow, the last time I felt this good about a clothing deal was when I sold some blue jeans to a black marketeer in the USSR!
Have been severely under-employed for almost a year-- it'll be good to have a new shirt. Thanks.
awwwwsome!!! i will get a few :P
oh and for you: http://web.media.mit.edu/~tim/pix/cuba.html
for my fellow poor shoppers, try "jeremy's" in sfbay or otherwise clothes swap w/ friends or "re-fashion" existing clothes or goodwill. sad thing is clothiers didnt get a bailout so i got $90 (2008) polos for $1.60 recently...
Any left? I need to make a collapsing t-shirt army in Romania! Actually for just two how much would the postage be? Cheers.
where do I email my details to.
Regards to all.
Either click "reply" to your PayPal confirmation email, or get my email from the Contact section over on the right.
I am having the usual troubles with PayPal. It doesn't quite remember me. I will continue trying. Meanwhile, you have my coordinates and request for T-shirts. I note there has been some price inflation since your first discount offer. I suppose this is fitting in this day and age.
will those that ordered @ the $3 still get the T-shirts at that price?
Yep, those things can happen.
Any onesies for baby? :)
Got my package, Mr. O, thanks for the prompt delivery. How marvelous to acquire the sartorial confidence to meet my social decline. Bless you.
Quote: "Update: L's and XL's are all gone! But there are still 75 S's and 45 M's to get rid of... "
Hold onto those smaller sizes and just be patient. After a few years of collapse-style food-rationing, those smaller size sizes may one day eventually fit the "plump American". You could use them for trade!
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