I’m a young guy living at sea. I help my girlfriend with her job, and get some books to read. It’s the moment when everyone is going out of town, so I go hang out on the beach and read The Book Of Unwritten Tales. We live in the era of stupid people. We like to use digital technology such as Facebook and Twitter, where we can be easily identified with our faces online.
We Live In The Era Of The Smart Phones And Stupid People Shirt and ladies teeThis â€œLadies Teeâ€ features a smart phone on the front and a picture of an orange person on the back. The text shows that it is for ladies, and it says that it is handmade by hand in Los Angeles. This is an old shirt but I like the color scheme. This will be great for a fire hose, spa treatment company or anything that needs to be kept ready on gas station timers.
We live in the era of the smart phones and stupid people shirts. We don’t know how to talk on a phone, but we can still sing songs with our backpacks. I know that it’s not a super inspiring photo but myself, I am going crazy reading this. When you’re in love with something and you can’t stop staring at it for the rest of your life.. And then when you realize it’s just a fluke…
We Live In The Era Of The Smart Phones And Stupid People Shirt, hoodie, sweater and long sleeveThis is a great piece of clothing that will help sufferers of the disease in your living room. We distribute this shirt to anyone who lives at the house, just in case you need it. We live in the era of the smart phones and stupid people. We much prefer our own privacy and establish a personal relationship with some other person or company rather than to use a shared Internet connection. This does not mean that we don’t want to use social networking websites, but we lament for their security issues as well as their alleged tendency towards giving spammy messages to friends and strangers too quickly. We feel like this choice is made by some sort of control group when somebody from one company writes anything on the site, before we are even able to interact with them. It’s simply not good enough for me because I’m trying to communicate with my friend about something that he would choose himself based on how easily someone else can read him without his consent which means that it’s been decided who feels like having two emails sent in less than ten seconds so they can be “friended” each other after they’re both online all day long and do nothing but go through pointless videos dating sites (I am not going into detail.
Our logo is on the front of this shirt. We live in an era where we can shop forever and never have to pay a cent for another item. It’s so easy to go to a local store, buy it and outgo 10-20 bucks for something that you actually need/want without paying any money back at all. The smart phone no longer has legs so now with the smart people, there are always options available if you want those things that your friends use like $10 nylon heeled boots or $250 computer monitor (not sure if these were ever verifiable sales before). I’m not saying everyone should buy their child’s high school graduation present online but we certainly don’t need to subsidize our dumb ass kids with waste of money when they’re already too broke to buy anything else themselves while they still have time left on their crappy workdays. The world is in the age of smart phones and stupid people. We live trapped in a very dangerous situation where everyone’s lives depend on their ability to keep up with technology, but most of us don’t want to make that choice. This T-shirt aims to encourage you to actually be an innovative thinker and start thinking about how you can use technology for your own benefit! A totally different beast from the usual “I’m going at it” or “I’m doing something cool!” shirt, this shirt is about people who are living these days through a combination of things like internet access, information gathering and communication.
8 oz 50% cotton, 50% polyester.
Air Jet Spun Yarn. Double lined hood with matching drawstring. Double-needle stitching. Set-in sleeves. 1×1 athletic rib knit cuffs with Lycra(R)
Long Sleeve Style
6.1 oz 100% preshrunk cotton. Sport Grey is 90% cotton, 10% polyester.
Double-needle stitching, taped neck and shoulders. Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease. Ultra tight knit surface.
5.3 oz 100% preshrunk cotton.
Sport Grey is 90% cotton, 10% polyester.
Seamless collar, taped neck and shoulders. Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems. Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease.
4.2 oz, 100% combed ring-spun cotton jersey. Athletic Heather is 90% cotton, 10% polyester. Dark Grey Heather, Deep Heather is 52% combed and ringspun cotton, 48% polyester Ash is 99% combed and ringspun cotton, 1% polyester
Supremely soft, superior quality. Modern, slightly fitted shape. Made in the USA.
7.75 oz 50% cotton, 50% polyester.
Air Jet Spun Yarn. Double-needle stitching. Set-in sleeves. 1×1 Athletic Rib with Lycra(R). Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease.
Women Jersey Tank Top
Fabric laundered, 4.3 oz., 57/38/5 combed ringspun cotton/polyester/spandex, 40 singles
Self-fabric neck binding Longer body length Tear away label
5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
Heather Colors are 50/50 cotton/polyester
Seamless half-inch collar. Side seamed. Cap sleeves. Double-needle stitched hems. Taped neck and shoulders. Tearaway label.