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Help out a friend

In light of our friend Gil's enormous medical bills, we here at JAD have created a t-shirt design that highlights the dangers of yaks to help him defray these costs:



We think they're pretty nifty.

All profits, after Cafe Press's enormous cut, will be sent to Gil. Hopefully he can then get the creditors off his back and post more. Or maybe he'll just get drunk again. Whatever. All we care is that he posts more.

Comments

Latigo Flint said…
The sherpa's union called - they'd like to order 80,000 right away! (The hoodie model.)
darthmoridin said…
Why stop at 80? If they make it 100,000 I'll throw in Christina Ricci, gratis.
Latigo Flint said…
Christ, you're right. I completely forgot that sherpas inexplicably adore Christina Ricci. By all means, if you can deliver her, I'm certain they'll up the order.

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