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Shirt Update

We have sold two Suspicious Yak tees! This is great news, but apparently it's not enough to nurse Gil back to posting health.

So. Buy. More. Shirts.

(Or Western Union the carny some money. I think he's in Manitoba.)


Maia said…
You haven't blogged in almost two weeks and when you finally post, it's just to shill yak t-shirts? You've changed, man. It used to be about the music.
R. MacKay said…
Hey! What's wrong with the shirts?
I happen to like the shirts.
Latigo Flint said…
Did one of them ship to a town called Merced?

(Someone made a promise in writing.)
Zach Pennington said…
I live in Hollywood. All we do is sell. Everything.

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