Sunday, March 25, 2007


Cafepress kicked the shirts off for a bad taste violation. they didn't last 24hrs.

they said:

We recently learned that your account contains material which may not be in compliance with our policies. Specifically, we prohibit the display or sale of products which depict the use of "hard core" drugs, content which my (sic) infringe the rights of a third party including copyrights and trademarks, and material which is generally offensive or in bad taste.

Accordingly, we have set the content that we believe to be questionable to "pending status" which disables said content from being displayed in your shop or purchased by the public.

so now i'm trying zazzle - it feels so wigger, but they have a politics 9/11 section, and you can make the shirts R-rated, so i'm guessing that they might have a better chance.

so check out

Hanghicks and don’t forget david before the left wing good taste police take them down.

no wonder these idiots back the imams against the west.

Saturday, March 24, 2007

hicks lovers

Tired of all those sanctimonous david hicks lovers? I am – so I went and created a few products at cafepress. Check out and

Perfect with under your Brooks Brothers Blazer, with your Gucci loafers and Diesel jeans.

Thursday, March 08, 2007

Face west towards Wall St and pray to Gittens

I don't mean to harp on just about Gittens- but I mean its like he wants the abuse. If he didn't try and pass himself off as an economist (or should that be a Gittonomist?) then I wouldn't get my back up so much.

Gittens tries to defend the arrogance of titling his new book "Gittinomics" claiming he is a demigod overlord of the economy (phew! I'd hate to have misinterpreted renaming a science after yourself as arrogant). But then backs it up with:
Most of the things capitalism has to offer us are good - provided we don't overdo them. Trouble is, the system is usually pressing us to overdo them.
As the overlord sees it- the problem with the capitalist system is that we don't behave how he would like us to. We anger the great Gittens with our selfish optimising.