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Great, That is what I wanted to hear! And yeah, cool logo!
I had some issues with getting the order through (doesn't seem to work in Opera, plus don't think you can select Amazon payment when shipping to a non-US address even though it lets you try) but I got there in the end. This is Slackware T-Shirt number four for me (I went Cardinal this time as the other three are black and I need to have some variation) and the first for my daughter (I went with the obvious, 'pink' for her).
My wife will be over the moon!!! Well actually no she won't ... but she will have a giggle that I bought yet more Slackware stuff.
Unfortunately, the same situation happened again after 5 years. I couldn't finish a transaction at CafePress
Five years ago, the reason was they were not shipping to Indonesia and this time, they couldn't authorize my payment. I have used PayPal and Credit Card and both failed.
This is the same credit card used to buy items in Slackware Store last year and they are valid....
Good choice! That kindergarten logo is most appropriate for childen's wear.
(Sorry, couldn't help it. Yes, I know, we all have our own opinions and every one has different taste, yada, yada, yada, but that is, without a doubt, the absolutely worst logo ever created for any product or service in the history of mankind. BTW, would love to be able to buy the same coffee mugs with the "real" Slackware logo).
Last edited by cwizardone; 04-21-2013 at 05:00 AM.
Yes, I know, we all have our own opinions and every one has different taste, yada, yada, yada, but that is, without a doubt, the absolutely worst logo ever created for any product or service in the history of mankind.
Hyperbole much? It can't be worse than the logo for the "Catholic Church’s Archdiocesan Youth Commission".