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New T-Shirt in the Skepchick Shop!

Our resident blowhard TrueSkeptic commits more logical fallacies than most of us know what to do with, but I’ve used his self-proclaimed genius as inspiration! Here’s his quote (just the most recent — there are many other similar examples):

BTW — my baby sister was a rocket scientist with NASA. before she took a job at GE. Trust me – I know a lot more about NASA than you do. ; )

(Note the past tense!) And here’s the result:

Available here.

I’m going to be cleaning up the Skepchick Shop, removing some designs and adding new ones. Please suggest what you’d like in the comments below! Remember, it doesn’t have to be just t-shirts.

Rebecca Watson

Rebecca is a writer, speaker, YouTube personality, and unrepentant science nerd. In addition to founding and continuing to run Skepchick, she hosts Quiz-o-Tron, a monthly science-themed quiz show and podcast that pits comedians against nerds. There is an asteroid named in her honor.

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19 Comments

  1. Is it possible to make a T-Shirt of a thousand gay rattlesnakes screaming “It was worth it!” while being made into a pair of boots? No? Damn.

    Who knew trolling would get you more shirts than honest comedy? :P

  2. A poster on Skepticality came up with a slogan that would go great on a T-shirt: “God hates FAQs”

    Some of us agreed that it could be dangerous to wear, but probably only from people who would mis-read it and think it was anti-gay.

  3. Maybe shirts with great, short questions that would hopefully enact some critical thinking.

    Can’t really think, myself, right now… so no examples… but it should be written like a quote from a Skepchick :]

  4. Did Rebecca just ask me to email to her my name, address and phone number?

    You don’t need my phone number to mail to me a T-shirt.

    You don’t need my name for that matter.

    Should I be worried about a stalker here?

    I’ll send to you an email for starters.

    I will tell you this Rebecca – I can prove that everything I have said is true and you could turn around and verify this for your skeptical friends.

    Do you think they really want to know truth? Do you?

    I really was just curious about “Skeptic” groups. Interesting lot.

    – Tom

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