Okay, so I’ve been pressured into offering this stuff (well, there’s only one shirt for now – CafePress kinda sucks) so I’m doing it. I don’t even know if you’ll be able to get this shirt before Repeal Day, but it’s worth a shot. I just bought myself a navy blue one. I like the white text.
Here’s the link to the CafePress store.
I do want to mention that I haven’t marked this t-shirt up one cent, so I’m not making any money off this. Zilch. Not a dime. I wouldn’t try to get rich off the Twenty-First amendment, I just want to advertise it on your chest. So it may seem a little spendy, but I’m paying exactly what you’re paying – CafePress gets all the money. And my navy blue model is on its way here.
5 Replies to “Repeal Day Merchandise”
I am so happy prohibition is over. This is a holiday to celebrate a true victory of the American people, and of democracy.
Happy Repeal Day, Jeffrey!
You should be very proud. You’ve done a great job of promoting the second g-damn most important holiday next to the birth of baby Jesus.
I think you should toast the great state of Utah. Ironically, Utah’s ratification of the 21st amendment was what abolished the 18th amendment.
Great question! I’m not politically-oriented enough to know the answer to that question, although I think it’s a great one. Anyone out there have any suggestions?
Love the site, and Repeal Day. I plan to celebrate, but I think there needs to be a more formal, ceremonial way of doing so. Which senator should be toasted (and what beverage is most appropriate to toast him with)? Any tragically deceased people to honor by pouring out some of our drinks?