The Zero Hedge Logo Tee

Marla Singer's picture

The Zero Hedge Logo Tees are in!  These are the limited run, high quality, silk screened shirts you've been waiting for.  Get them while they last over at -273.

Limited run. Pre-shrunk heavyweight short sleeve T Shirt 5.6 oz. 100% cotton with TearAway™ label. Shoulder-to-shoulder tape and seamless collarette. Double needle neck, sleeve and bottom hem. Left chest, back and inner prints. Label has been removed to prevent itching.

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Boldhawk's picture

Dobya did some insidious stuff before leaving office. He issued tons of executive order, many of which would become effective on Obama's inauguration day. There are many ways of cancelling executive orders; but Bush did ones that could take several years to cancel.

I suppose it would be easier to issue new ones in direct opposition to the ones Bush put out...

For example, Bush removed a lot of coverage from Medicare... such as some dental work, etc. It will take some time to remove it. They are working on it, but who knows... maybe the current adminstration was just a temporary respit from the Bush bad PR, but the underlying policy was intended to remain, and by the end of Obama's 4th years, the plan is to get another Bush-look-and-act alike.

Anonymous's picture

I liken it to something from the novel "Dune". Letting someone like Obama get into office will make liberals and minorities look like fools so much that even another discredited member of the Bush dynasty might be able to get in. Or least, you could manage a story along those lines better and make it cheaper to steal the elections.

Anonymous's picture

This is disgusting -- did Thomas Jefferson have T-shirts you self- righteous capitalist pigs?

JR's picture

He had engraved silver shoe buckles.  Things were classier in those days.

John Self's picture

I believe he also had his paramour engraved.

hooligan2009's picture

are the HK Government Exchange Fund or the Singapore Monetary Authority models better? i think they could be, but hell, they have their backs to a few walls out there, city state model? what was the economic precept of the 500 year roman empire based on, leave off the conquest bit, america is as big as the roman empire, with fewer people...

bpj's picture

I can't wait for the first news photo of some disaster, catastrophe, political upheaval, tsumami, etc where in the picture there is some victim, refugee, rioter, etc. wearing a ZH tee.

ShankyS's picture

LOL - that is where you find the loser of the Superbowl/BCS t-shirts. Ohio State natl champ shirts all over the place in 3rd world countries. They must think OSU is the bomb.  

Going to order now. Any Zero Intelligence shirts left or to be made again?

hooligan2009's picture

I JUST BOUGHT 2! they going fast! i vote no more t-shirts of this sort to be made to create collector value and investment potential!

hooligan2009's picture

so they can be used for 25 billion of fraudy and funny collateral heh

hooligan2009's picture

heyyyy ...post in order 49254 is at 22:48 on my display! how come you got on before 49244 and 7 @ 22:40? was that an algo or from a dark (smelly) pool?

Anonymous's picture

So this is what it comes down to....selling T-shirts

Marla Singer's picture

We tried soap but there were... issues.

heatbarrier's picture

Just mix equal parts of gasoline and frozen orange juice concentrate, Marla.

Anonymous's picture

Any chance you will print the "I am Tyler Durden" tshirt? Still epic an concept, and honestly much catchier than the current zh logo.

BTW, my wife just auditioned for Sweeney Todd in LA, she made it thru one callback. Oh well.

Anonymous's picture

Good point. I'd prefer a zero hedge canvas tote bag like the kind i-bankers used to give out at conferences to their clients.

Anonymous's picture

Is it true there's a GPS microchip and antenna sewn into the collar for tracking by the CFR?

... and BTW, what are you doing with all the removed tags? Making soap?

Project Mayhem's picture

I have personally sewn the microchips into the T-shirts.  Work to a depth of 300m!   They have PWM passive antenna in 300Mhz band we can scan them from the ZH satellite from our special room at the Trilateral Commission.   

 

Cheeky Bastard's picture

yes that is all true; RDIF chip will kill your brain waves and transform you into obedient CFR slave. Now go back to your usual programing

Sign

Dave " The Methuselah Lizard " Rockefeller

Mediocritas's picture

Ya know, off topic and all, but I have to laugh at the embedded tracking device crowd.

A key difference between George Orwell and Aldous Huxley is that Orwell saw a future where Big Brother lorded it over us by force, against our will, whereas Huxley saw a future where we brought it upon ourselves and loved it.

You already have a tracking chip that you carry everywhere you go. It's called your mobile phone.

TomJoad's picture

Too rich for my blood. Us Joads can't afford such luxury. Perhaps if they were sourced from some 3rd world craphole with atrocious monetary policy like Amerika we could afford them, but not these fancy Eye-talian imports.

Cheeky Bastard's picture

make love not soap.

Sqworl's picture

Im going to use stolen identity to buy them all.

 

Arrested this morning the only possible suspect for the Identity theft of Ben Bernanke quoted at the time of his arrest. Mr. Potato head said, "if I have only worn my derby and glasses they would have never found me."

http://www.newsweek.com/id/213696

Bob Dobbs's picture

Soap is a precursor of glycerin.

Shamwow's picture

Best of luck with the shirt sales.  Hell, if it grows enough you could always harpoon it and go for a bailout!

Anonymous's picture

T-shirts and banner ads for online universities and sugar daddies.

That's quite a business model you all got going on...

Gonna have to cook up some new ways to monetize all the love!

zeta's picture

Would have loved it if those logos were less noticable. They are just too big. In that sense, I liked the previous version ( http://www.cafepress.com/zerohedge.399111180 ) better (except for the "Intelligence" correction).

JR's picture

Well, hey, Zero Hedge's gotten bigger.  Just wait till next year.  Speaking of bubbles, maybe Greenspan will want one.  Or Bernanke. He's never seen a zero he doesn't like, like in 23,700,000,000,000.

Seriously, they're both handsome versions.  But I'm holding out for long sleeves.  Winter's comin' on.

Anonymous's picture

Are these American Apparel?

What's up with the stupid insane price?

Arm's picture

You are not buying a shirt.  You are supporting a cause

leathaface's picture

Good looking shirt.  i think i will buy one and wear it into work (at private mutual fund company, on a "trading" desk) and see if i can get a rise out of anyone.  Most of the M-Fers i work with are clueless to the absurdity of the market. 

AFTERMATH NOTHING's picture

What's worse, I wonder.. being clueless about one's job or consciously and deliberately pursuing absurdity...

rocco60's picture

G'day guys - do you ship to Australia?

Anonymous's picture

Man as much as I love your guys' blog, who do you think we are? Ben Bernanke?!

40 bucks for a T-Shirt is a lot!

Anonymous's picture

Hey, it's a $40 blog with a free shirt thrown in. Kinda like a guy I knew who sold rolling papers at concerts for $10 with a free lid thrown in.

Yes, I'm that old. In my day, kiddies, we could get a whole ounce for $10.

crzyhun's picture

Rightous bro, rightous.

jeff montanye's picture

see above regarding purpose of transaction.

john_connor's picture

I'll add a few t-shirts to wear with my now collector's item ZH cap.  They will be perfect garb for photo ops while protesting.

Anonymous's picture

ZH should do golf tees; they could be part of a secret handshake!

Anonymous's picture

...or golf balls.

AN0NYM0US's picture

On topic of tees - a great new post by Pettis (via TheStreet.ca)

The credibility of farmers, priests and prostitutes – and bankers?

 

http://mpettis.com/2009/08/the-credibility-of-farmers-priests-and-prosti...

mentat's picture

Egads!  What am I supposed to use to pay for this shirt, the proceeds from my last three months of playing SPY futures?

Anonymous's picture

This sort of peddling makes Zerohedge look like a two bit enterprise.

Tyler -- sell subscriptions, gold memberships (with advance story access), etc... but nickel and diming over T-shirts? Hello?

You do realize the average net worth of your readership is damn high, right?

Cheeky Bastard's picture

 sell subscriptions, gold memberships (with advance story access), etc... but nickel and diming over T-shirts? Hello?

 

obviously; you didn't read the manifesto or watched FC. were are not Denninger.

Veteran's picture

Speak for yourself, asshole.  The day ZH starts charging will be the last day I read it.  Make sure you keep your high-net-worth-having head down. . .

curbyourrisk's picture

Marla:

 

When are the "I am Tylder Durden" shirts coming in???

TumblingDice's picture

I'll buy one if my puts come through.

Anonymous's picture

A Zero Hedge T shirt - reminds me of the old "free High Times Duffel Bag with a subscription" joke. Customs agents just say, "High Times duffel bag, send 'em on thru"! "Retinal Mandibular Optical scan complete", "financial history forwarded", "Gold ads sent via spam".

Hell people, it's a statement that says "I get it".

ZH may be the first place where the biggest and baddest news of all turns up...