Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Remembering Teddy Kennedy One T shirt at a Time

The 21st century way to remember a hero, a lion, a giant in American politics. Put it on a t-shirt. Tell the world you think we should pass serious, meaningful health care reform in honor of Senator Ted Kennedy. Or just remember the "Lion of the Senate" for his 47 years of public service.

Ted Kennedy The Dream Lives On shirt
Ted Kennedy The Dream Lives On by Scarebaby
Many t-shirt designs available at

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Funny Brett Favre T - shirts

Brett Favre has gone over to the dark side, if you talk to anyone from Green Bay. The nearly 40 year old two - time retiree has signed with the Minnesota Vikings, arch rivals of the Green Bay Packer, where he spent most of his career. Is it the ultimate betrayal, or just business? Favre himself said, "If you're a true Packers fan, you'll understand." What does that mean? Is he going to sabotage the Vikings? Who knows what he's thinking!

Here are some t-shirts that tell the story:

Favre is a Farce shirt
Favre is a Farce by joemalcore
Shirts made at

Friday, August 14, 2009

Pro Michael Vick T-shirts and Anti Michael Vick T shirts

As you may know, and as every sports fan in Philadelphia surely knows, Michael Vick has signed by the Philadelphia Eagles. Apparently, this decision has divided the city of Philly.

So now's the time to get your t-shirts! We couldn't find any to support him, but there are plenty to oppose!

Vick's an Eagle shirt
Vick's an Eagle by gracie111
Tees made by zazzle

Don't Let the Dogs Out shirt
Don't Let the Dogs Out by Scarebaby
Shop for a tee shirt on

Say No to Michael Vick shirt
Say No to Michael Vick by Scarebaby
t-shirts made by

Friday, August 7, 2009

RIP John Hughes

From People Magazine:

Stars, Collaborators Remember John Hughes
While John Hughes's The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Home Alone proved to be both box-office powerhouses as well as culturally significant landmarks, his sudden death from a heart attack Thursday is proving equally noteworthy, for the shockwaves it is sending throughout the acting community that he helped to launch.

Known as the "Brat Pack" – a term coined in a 1985 New York magazine feature on the then-rising Hughes and the cast of his coming-of-age comedies – the writer-director-producer's stable of fresh-faced performers included such now-household names as Sean Penn, Steve Carell, Macaulay Culkin, Matthew Broderick, Jon Cryer, Charlie Sheen, Molly Ringwald, John Cusack, Emilio Estevez, Andrew McCarthy, Anthony Michael Hall and Ally Sheedy, among others.
While Pretty in Pink star Ringwald recalled Hughes, 59, as "an important part of my life," and Ferris Bueller himself, Broderick, considered him "my friend," others remember the filmmaker as follows:

• "I was a fan of both his work and a fan of him as a person. The world has lost not only a quintessential filmmaker whose influence will be felt for generations, but a great and decent man." – actor MACAULAY CULKIN

• "John was an amazing mentor to me during the time we were shooting Curly Sue. He had a childlike spirit that connected us instantly and always made me feel loved. He will be missed but his work speaks for itself and will live in his honor." – actor ALISAN PORTER


Buy the 3 classic DVDs in one set:
Too Cool For School-John Hughes Collection

Monday, August 3, 2009

Gary McKinnon - What do you think?

Here's the scoop, according to CBS News:

"An autistic computer genius, space aliens and Pretenders legend Chrissie Hynde are all wrapped up in what the federal government says is an effort to contain the most prolific computer hacker in American history.
The case focuses on Gary McKinnon, 42, a British citizen who, depending on your point of view, is either a brilliant, but harmless, autistic man searching for UFOs or a dangerous hacker who brainstormed his way into high-security computer systems at NASA and the Department of Defense.
The reality may be both and the drama is coming to America. Friday, McKinnon lost his long-fought extradition battle with the British justice system. He will be tried in the States, not in Britain, as he had hoped....
McKinnon's family and supporters have argued he should not be extradited because he has Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism, and could be at risk of psychosis or suicide if he is sent to the U.S." Read more...
(photo by John Stillwell/PA Wire)

There's a website:

and t shirts on the web:

and celebrity support, and increasing press coverage in the US and Britain

So get educated and decide how you feel about this important issue!