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May 24 2008

Fifty Thousand Shirts ~ A Story of Hope

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One Man, Fifty Thousand Shirts and One Million dollars to make a story of hope and help a nation

Amazing people do amazing things and this one man with hope and a vision is doing just that.

Current reports are estimating that 50,000 lives will be lost in this tragedy—our vision is hope.

One by one, fifty thousand hand drawn tally marks create the “x” on your shirt, each one representing a life that has passed, and connecting it with a life that has committed to help rebuild. Your shirt is a symbol how one person,

The goal: To sell 50,000 shirts and raise $1,000,000

multiplied 50,000 times, can do something amazing.

Each shirt will be individually numbered and all involved will have their names recorded on the Wall. You can be a part of something important. You can be hope.

My name is Steve. On Monday, May 19, 2008, I set a goal to sell 50,000 shirts and raise $1,000,000 to help in the aftermath of China’s 7.9 earthquake. Read the Entire Story here:

Topic: 50,000 shirts to raise 1 million dollars. A campaign to help support the ongoing 

relief effort in the aftermath of China's earthquake

Spread the word about this site and this man’s efforts to raise the one million dollars he is seeking-post on your blogs, tell your friends, rent a billboard – anything you can do to help !!

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May 19 2008

T-Shirts Could Get High School Seniors Suspended In Detroit

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DETROIT  —  More than 40 seniors from a Detroit-area high school have been suspended (Video: MyFoxDetroit) for a day and could be banned from prom and commencement for wearing T-shirts that joke about underage drinking.

Stevenson High School officials said the messages “Puschin’ It To The Limit” on the front and “Class of .08 Seniors” on the back are inappropriate. The first is a play on Busch beer and the second refers to Michigan’s blood-alcohol limit for drivers. has More….

Forty-four students were suspended Thursday.

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May 16 2008

Cafepress New InfiniStich™ Embroidery Apparel Controversy

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With the very recent launch of Cafepress InfiniStich™ Embroidery apparel, comes many opposing views on this newest technology (which by the way is patent pending) so as much as Cafepress may want to further explain to the shopkeepers oviously their hands are somewhat tied.

Lat night’s CP chat was all about this new product line and the CP staff did their best to try and explain it all- An excerpt from the chat:

[2008.05.15 18:14:36] RyanCP: It does as some of you pointed out have it’s limitations, the main one being that you can’t embroider in any shape you want. Each product has a predetermined print area, for most products this is a circle, for the hat we sent out it is a rectangle. We maintained the same aspect ratio of buttons and lapel stickers for all of the circles, as InfiniStitch products are full bleed.
[2008.05.15 18:14:40] RyanCP: For the Military Cap we used the rectangular sticker aspect ratio. The concept was to allow everyone to cut over images that comply with the best practices outlined in the tutorial.
[2008.05.15 18:15:00] RyanCP: The hats are embroidered with traditional embroidery thread and dyed like traditional embroidery thread, so you can count on great durability when washing
[2008.05.15 18:15:00] jean / rotemgear: does Ryan’s marketing hat have embroidery on it?
[2008.05.15 18:15:17] RyanCP: Like the name alludes to InfiniStitch allows for infinite colors, so you are not limited by the number of thread bobbins in a machine. Having infinite colors allows for complex designs, images not usually available for embroidery, so we are also really excited about this portion of the technology. Again, the threads are dyed just like traditional embroidery threads.
[2008.05.15 18:15:20] RyanCP: The threads are also stitched to the cap just like any embroidered item you will find at a store.
[2008.05.15 18:24:15] RyanCP: It’s a matter of personal preference, but we obviously don’t think so — we did launch this technology and spend a good deal of time working on it. In our focus groups 9 out of 10 people thought it was “embroidery”, and the 10th person was confused as to exactly what it was, but still liked it.

You can read the entire chat at CafeChatter

What is it they say? You can please All of the people Some of the time,  and Some of the people All of the time  But you cannot please All of the people all of the time.

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