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Re: T-shirt update & slogans
>I'm not sure T-shirts are still cool. In fact, maybe it's my age but the
>only time I wear a T-shirt is on weekends, usually under a sweater or a
>shirt. Most workplaces that have a "business casual" dress code frown on
>them, and "professionals" don't wear them much.
>However, golf shirts are quite acceptable attire and would be different
>than the usual T-shirt. Even the FreeBSD "world tour" rock shirts (long
>sleeves, black) were a refreshing change.
Maybe I'm showing my age, but I wouldn't be caught dead in a golf shirt. ;)
Before I moved to Washington, DC I didn't even own a long sleeve shirt!
Seriously, I don't think there must be a choice between the two. Both
should be offered, but it is obviously cheaper to get T-shirts printed up
then embroidered golf shirts made. Since Matthew Patton came up with the
cash from his own pocket, I guess it was an easy choice for him to make.
This brings me to a question. Of course nobody wants to pay for
something that doesn't exist, and I'm also guessing that nobody wants to take
a risk on buying a large quantity of shirts unless they will sell, so is
there some middle ground as to advance orders and out of pocket