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Okay, wasn't sure if this new thread best belonged under "tinkering" or under "meaningless drivel," but decided to start it hear since this is where the thread for the t-shirt contest had been earlier this winter.

Follow the link below to visit, a very cool online store and community that prints limited-run shirts based on designs submitted and voted on by the online community. I have no affiliation with this company other than being a frequent customer. But their shirts are cool! The shirt in the link impressed me as having a very permaculturally appropriate theme. It was designed by someone named Eric Terry (?) If one looks close, it actually depicts a forest fire, but the end result is the same as for decomposition. As Geoff Lawton quotes in his DVDs, "a forest grows on a fallen forest."


And remember, if you want to buy a shirt, they don't stay in print forever. This one is in fact an old shirt that has just been re-printed.,guys/style,shirt
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