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.

1 comment:

Matt Canavan said...

Winston Churchill in 1943:

"... the great principle of habeas corpus and trial by jury, which are the supreme protection invented by the British people for ordinary individuals against the state. The power of the executive to cast a man into prison without formulating any charge known to the law, and particularly to deny him judgement by his peers for an indefinite period, is in the highest degree odious, and is the foundation of all totalitarian governments... It is only when extreme danger to the state can be pleaded that this power may be temporarily assumed by the executive, and even so its working must be interpreted with the utmost vigilance by a free parliament... Nothing can be more abhorrent to democracy. This is really the test of civilisation."