Sunday, August 2, 2009


This just in from Planet Green - Enter the Eco T-Shirt Design Challenge, with the winning design ending up on Hessnatur’s Grameen tees and worn by godless, spineless, sushi-eating, America-blaming, terrorist-coddling, Hollywood-humping, liberal defeatocrats worldwide!

What's an "Eco T" you ask? It's low-impact undergarment of sustainable clothing made with organic fabrics. Please don't hate me when I tell you that I'm still wearing conventional cotton-based tees.

Hey, don't look at my blog in that tone! I'm as "green" and environmentally conscious as the next guy. I try to wear my underwear and wife-beater T-shirt for a month or so before soaking them in one-third of a pound of pesticides and fertilizers and around 700 gallons of water with each washing.

Listen, before you judge me as some clean-air hating rightwing extremist for not wearing organic and sustainable clothing, you should know that I do wear electric socks on those cold winter baby seal hunts with my clubbing buds. No global-warming-causing, environment-hating internal combustion powered woolies for me!

Hmmmm... So maybe there is something to this organic stuff afterall. I just wish I could share my newfound love of clean air and clean water by flying around to countries all over the world for speaking engagements on my private jet.

Alas, I don't have a private jet. I guess the next best thing for me to get my message out would be to win this T-shirt contest. How hard could it be, if this is any kind of example?

How about something like...
The environmental impact of paper ballots and fossil fuel guzzling electronic touch screens are not worth it!

I kinda like this one...


  1. This is a great idea. Think of how many trees could have been saved if the Obama voters had stayed home in Nov.

  2. RightKlik's right...

    I just wish we would waste MORE paper and have a REAL HONEST election like they do in vote...ONCE, and they can prove it. And you have to be legal.
    pretty novel, huh?

  3. I like either of the bottom two.

    Personally I prefer purely synthetic clothing, that way a little bit of me will be around forever in a landfill.