> I did post two T-shirt designs to this list a few months ago, but
> there was no response. Were they that mystifying? Anyway, I think
> I can improve on them now. So, if progsoc wants a T-shirt from someone
> who designs for a living, I can post new designs in a week or so.
> There will be some allusions to the functions of progsoc, which
> have to do with UNIX hacking and computing. If you want a cool
> T-shirt without anything to do with computers, which should necessarily
> reinforce one's self-image as a well-rounded, non-nerdish aesthete
> who disdains computers, why not go out and buy one? There is
> certainly no shortage of them. I believe Triple Jay's store is
> nearby, and offers reasonable prices.
I kinda like this idea, get a JJJ shirt(or similar) and use hobby-text
(sp?) to scibble out the JJJ and put Prog-soc.
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