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Two Sales, on T-Shirts & Archival Art Prints, through February 27th

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T-Shirt & Archival Prints SaleThis is really two different sales that happen to end at the same time; it’s statistically so unlikely that anybody who thinks about it will realize the only way this could happen is if time-traveling creatures, who are almost certainly hamsters, have been meddling with the fundamental causality that keeps our universe from imploding and, coincidentally, makes it necessary for us to wear T-shirts and hang pictures on our walls.

The proof is left as an exercise for the reader.

But enough of that boring physics lecture!

SALE THE FIRST: through midnight, Mountain Time, on February 27 you can save up to $35 on a T-shirt order from The Retropolis Transit Authority, Saga Shirts, or Hot Wax Tees. It works like this, with these coupon codes you should use during checkout:


DISCOUNT COUPON CODE
Save $5 on an order of $25 or more PFBDAY$5
Save $15 on an order of $50 or more PFBDAY$15
Save $35 on an order of $100 or more PFBDAY$35

…and because these T-shirt sites use the same shopping cart you can mix and match, either until the hamsters destroy the Universe As We Know It, or until midnight (Mountain Time) on February 27. Which, for all I know, is the same thing.

SALE THE SECOND: Until midnight (Pacific Time) on February 27 you can get 20% off any of my archival art prints – either the Retropolis prints from the retro future, or my Celtic Art prints.

That sale just happens automatically: you won’t need to exert yourself or anything.

Please consider helping me to continue my creative work and deal with the financial aftermath of cancer
 
 

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