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You're fucking pretty loud, New Jersey!

Little Friends of the Little Friends / October 2008

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

WHAT'S THE JAM, my shapeshifting trollz?
It is I. Hope you're enjoying the World Economic Crisis™ and that everything is OK. I wanna take this opportunity to commend you, the list people, on your good taste and overall shrewdness. Why? Because we sell everything for the Nice Price, while other people who paid a thousand bucks for one of Shep's Obama posters are now staring at it, wondering if they should boil it into a fine gruel or maybe wear it as a cape. For the same price they could have bought one of everything we made last year (plus maybe we'd do a little dance for them) or they could buy enough canned food and pr0nos to fill up the unabomber shack that they now have to move into. Meanwhile, you're sitting pretty. So... buy some prints*.
There's a mess of brand new shirts for sale in the Little Friends "OOPS!" Temporary Webstore. YES, we have new shirts. FINALLY! Glooble on down and have a mini e-browse.
"+ECORDS" shirt: For the record collector in your life. The shirt that says: "$16 for a VG-- copy of "Safe as Milk" with writing on the label? Boo to you, sir!" Printed on super-soft American Apparel track shirts. We're doing a bunch of shirts about popular pastimes of dudes. If we were inclined to call it something it would probably be DUDES, EXPLAINED, but that's such a crummy name. See it big here.
"BICYCL+" shirt: What do you buy for someone who's always covered in grease? A fresh shirt, of course. Bonus points if it has a bicycle on it. Have a look here.
"VISIT CHICAGO" shirt: This shirt is not about the pastimes of dudes. It has a gangster on it with a tommy gun. While gangsters were dudes, and shooting people is technically a pastime, this is something else entirely. See it here.
All this, plus new colorways of "Tastee Treats" and "Boston" in the store this month.
Thanks to everyone who came out to see us at Renegade in Chicago and said the secret password. We should do that all the time-- it was awesome! It makes me think of the old days, when this newsletter was basically an obscene e-mail chain letter sent to a handful of people (really!). Now there are so many of you subscribers, and it is totally not special at all, it's totally mundane, so get over yourself. Jeeez! And posters are totally stupid. (<--- This part was written by Melissa's little brother.)
Adios, True Believers.
JW & Melissa
*(It couldn't be any worse than putting your money in the bank.)
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