The Fall 2007 Collection

Apart from quoting Monty Python, there’s nothing geeks like more than wearing black shirts with white text on them informing the reader of how evil and/or insane they are. Oh sure, you think that guy’s just a greasy-haired anime fan with no sense of personal space, but his shirt will inform you that at any moment he’s liable to do something violent and crazy just for the humanity-shocking fun of it!

With this audience in mind, I present my Fall 2007 Collection of clothing for the discerning geek.

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12 Responses to The Fall 2007 Collection

  1. Lanf says:

    I can’t smile anymore now that Firefly was cancelled. And don’t get me started on the movie.

  2. Kitty says:

    I am so full of love for you right now.

    Speaking of – don’t forget the black shirts that proclaim how oversexed the wearer is! Bonus points if combined with how evil the wearer is!

  3. Niiiiiice. Of course, you could add the following to *every* gamer t-shirt:
    Control Freak

  4. I want the Aspergers one quite badly.

  5. Joe S. Walker says:

    Hmmm, thinks it’s cute to mock disability. File under “asshole.”

  6. Andrew Weiss says:

    Dude, liking Shadowrun is just stupid, not a “disability”.

  7. Jon Hendry says:

    There needs to be one that says “PORN (shopping) STAR”

  8. Jeff says:

    One for #5: “My humor offends no one.”

  9. mace morrison says:

    After the first few seconds of childlike joy, I was quite angry to realize that these aren’t actually for sale.

  10. Biff Tannen says:

    “Hmmm, thinks it’s cute to mock disability. File under “asshole.””

    This is exactly why these shirts need to be made, to anger people who just don’t get it.

  11. ronyon says:

    Me and The Goddess(My Wife) would love to have the Pokemon Nerd shirt for our Asperger’s enhanced son.And yes as an “Under achiver and proud of it” of the 80’s I dont object to the Asperger’s shirt. As “Im so Aspergers” becomes the new “Im so ADD”, I see a kind of empathy for those who “really” have these conditions spreading.A rough and tumble empathy to be sure, but I still dig it.
    Great list, if you havent made these shirts someone will!

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