T-Shirts of the World, Unite!

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I’ve decided that there are too many t-shirts in the world. Over the past few years, I have probably been through a hundred t-shirts myself — and still have the overall urge at Event X to buy a t-shirt to prove to the world that I was at Event X. Think of how many t-shirts you might have. Multiply that number by 5 billion, and that’s the number of t-shirts in the world (using a mathematical formula considering an average of the non-existent non-ironic t-shirts in North Korea vs. the prevalent and very ironic t-shirts of Mobile, Alabama). Long story short, let’s find a way to solve this t-shirt overpopulation. Let’s sit down with our community leaders and start a dialogue on how to solve health care, education, and this growing, non-ironic t-shirt crisis.

T-Shirts.jpg

I’ve decided that there are too many t-shirts in the world. Over the past few years, I have probably been through a hundred t-shirts myself — and still have the overall urge at Event X to buy a t-shirt to prove to the world that I was at Event X. Think of how many t-shirts you might have. Multiply that number by 5 billion, and that’s the number of t-shirts in the world (using a mathematical formula considering an average of the non-existent non-ironic t-shirts in North Korea vs. the prevalent and very ironic t-shirts of Mobile, Alabama). Long story short, let’s find a way to solve this t-shirt overpopulation. Let’s sit down with our community leaders and start a dialogue on how to solve health care, education, and this growing, non-ironic t-shirt crisis.

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