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|Don't Get Me Wrong, I'm flattered... Posted on 10/24/2002.
So, it has come to my attention that someone out there is selling t-shirts with my benday-dotted visage on them.
Thing is, I have no idea who, and I don't quite "get" the tagline.
FUN FACT: benday dots are named after Benjamin Day.
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Oh come on, you so do "get it."
I'm just jealous.
Posted by Adam @ 10/24/2002 09:43 PM PST [link to this comment]
I don't get it. But, hey, you've been immortalized in cotton.
Posted by Spidra Webster @ 10/25/2002 12:43 AM PST [link to this comment]
How did you manage to unknowingly end up on commercial t-shirts?
(Ironically, I found your website because your benday-dotted visage showed up here.)
Posted by Danny Dawson @ 10/25/2002 01:15 PM PST [link to this comment]
don't get me wrong, i like peter too!!
but maybe there's a flip side to the t-shirt which would help us get it.
kinda disturbing, and kinda cool, too.
Posted by jane @ 10/31/2002 12:57 AM PST [link to this comment]
I'm not surprised that there are t-shirts with halftone photos of Peter on them. I'm surprised Peter found out about it and would love to hear how this came about.
Posted by Kret @ 10/31/2002 07:47 AM PST [link to this comment]
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