Back when the Westheimer Street Festival was still around, I bought a tee shirt for ten bucks. I’m not sure of the exact year, but I can narrow it down to a four-year period – 1988 to 1992. Here’s why:

But it’s so relevant today, you’re saying. You could have purchased this yesterday, you’re saying. Yes, it is relevant, and yes, someone is probably selling a similar design at this very moment. Guess the (bad) apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. This was a great tee shirt investment, which is terrifying, for obvious reasons. Thought I’d wear it to work today (hence the grainy camera phone picture). It’s not too naughty for the Alley, which is one of the many reasons I like working here. Shit, at this point, I think most people feel this way. Wearing it the day after 9/11 would have been naughty – wearing it today is like no-duh.

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