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Shameless exploitation II: I Survived the Aquapocalypse

I survived the Aquapocalypse

Designer Holly Gordon came up with this nifty aquapocalyptic design. You can get it on a T-shirt, a mug or a mousepad.

But, of course, you also want Aquapocalypse water bottles.

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I would be too superstitious to wear one of these until the aquapocalypse is over.

On the other hand, I am looking forward to the "four seahorses of the aquapocalypse" line.

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You need to offer them on a metal water bottle! I'd buy one.

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THIS.

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I strongly agree.

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I, as well.

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Brilliant

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Unfortunately, Zazzle, which I'm using for the T-shirts, doesn't have bottles (closest they get is beer steins). CafePress has fancy-shmancy bottles that cost $28 each. Anybody know of any other self-service sites that have reasonably priced bottles?

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Those bottles are great, practically indestructible. Unlike the water pipes... ;)

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If they're the good bottles and the metal kind, I'd be willing to throw down for some long-lasting humor. Does it cost you anything to create it on the site?

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i think a more nobler cause would be donating to third-world clean water projects. or at least split proceeds between the two. no offense, cuz i love the design and UH, but this "-pocalypse" should really highlight how good we actually have it.

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Yeah, I mean, this blog is Adam's job and all, but this water thing has got me thinking too about the people who have to go miles to get potable water, and who have way grosser stuff in their water that can't just be boiled out. Would be awesome to contribute to clean water as well.

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May I suggest an organization set up from a internet buddy?

http://www.thirstrelief.org/
http://www.thirstrelief.org/site/projects/

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How about you do-gooders stop spending Adam's money for him. He supports his family through this site. If he can make a few bucks selling t-shirts and mugs, let him. Why don't you invest your own money in a business, make a profit and then donate the money as you see fit.

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This site works because of the community and the participation of all sorts of different people in creating perspective that you don't get from the mainstream media. I don't see anyone insisting Adam do anything; people are only making suggestions.

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...for many hours of informative exchange here on UHub, so I've got no problem voluntarily forking over a modest sum for a nice t-shirt for the benefit of certain offspring!

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doing in that sauce pan ;-P

PS. I'm not going to tell you how to spend the proceeds. Education is perfectly noble cause. How many t-shirts will you have to sell to cover the $216,000 it costs to attend top LACs like Williams or Amherst?

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Why isn't it available in a thong?

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...will this one be substituted?

Nothin' against your MFA-quality artistic skills, Adam, but I do prefer this one!!!

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If it's too late to cancel your order on www.zazzle.com and order this one, let me know - and e-mail me your address and I'll order one for you (then when you get the "old" one, send that my way).

Note for everybody else: Offer only applies to folks who ordered the "old" shirt before 8 p.m. on Sunday.

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No need to cause more hassles than the water main break itself -- but thanks for the offer!

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