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Throwback Thursday: McPiss

Hey! Okay, it’s Thursday and it’s blog post day for me. The terrible and most horrible thing is I don’t have a post to post. I’m sorry. I have two on the go, but they are awaiting final touches: 1)

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Spoiler and Salad

Hey friends! How’s the week been? Mine has been okay, though filled with spots of frustration. Umm, frustration with having to be at work all day while wanting to work on these shirt designs! Oh well, at least I’ve got

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Rusty Keys

Watching the tow truck driver try to get into the Crock van is like being witness to dental surgery. Working his precision tools on the patient. Patience. It seems the piece of shit is harder to break into than first

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Screwing My Bike

The sun hasn’t been shining here lately, which has been a bit depressing (though it did shine today, but I wrote most of this post on the weekend). The overhanging gloom makes life feel painfully dull. But when the sun

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Snow Play

November 6th! There is snow outside (at my place, anyway), so I figure it’s okay to start shouting out that our shirts make great Christmas gift ideas! I must admit it’s a little awkward to crack out the retail sales

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More Cars. Then Some More.

Cars. I have loved cars as long as I have been able to draw, which has been as long as I can remember. I’ve talked about it before, but since I’m writing about whatever I wanna write about, I’m gonna

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A Farmers Market Day in the Life of Crock of Shirt

I thought I’d take you through a somewhat typical Saturday for Crock of Shirt. Most of our Saturday mornings are spent at the farmers market, where we set up our tent and racks of shirts. The market people have been

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