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  Reply # 265059 19-Oct-2009 14:32
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thats it, I want the shirt near the end of the clip.. 2:19. That is an awesome shirt





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  Reply # 265065 19-Oct-2009 15:28
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Aaroona: thats it, I want the shirt near the end of the clip.. 2:19. That is an awesome shirt



+1 
Telecom better start mass producing that shirt.
I think that the phone booth design looks good, and the plastic bag design.




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Reply # 265066 19-Oct-2009 15:31
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naggyman:
Aaroona: thats it, I want the shirt near the end of the clip.. 2:19. That is an awesome shirt



+1 
Telecom better start mass producing that shirt.
I think that the phone booth design looks good, and the plastic bag design.


+1 for the tshirt... I think people will start seeing the logo in a different way when things start showing up with this print...




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  Reply # 265069 19-Oct-2009 15:36
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I think people will start seeing the logo in a different way when things start showing up with this print...



Yeah, how they have presented the logo makes it look great. The logo just in the middle of the screen looks a bit boring





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  Reply # 265070 19-Oct-2009 15:38
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freitasm:
naggyman:
Aaroona: thats it, I want the shirt near the end of the clip.. 2:19. That is an awesome shirt



+1 
Telecom better start mass producing that shirt.
I think that the phone booth design looks good, and the plastic bag design.


+1 for the tshirt... I think people will start seeing the logo in a different way when things start showing up with this print...


Yeha I think so..

Telecom wont even have to pay me for me to wear that shirt, which is a lot more than I can say for other company shirts i've seen.. and I dont even work for them lol.





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  Reply # 265072 19-Oct-2009 15:43
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Aaroona:
freitasm:
naggyman:
Aaroona: thats it, I want the shirt near the end of the clip.. 2:19. That is an awesome shirt



+1 
Telecom better start mass producing that shirt.
I think that the phone booth design looks good, and the plastic bag design.


+1 for the tshirt... I think people will start seeing the logo in a different way when things start showing up with this print...


Yeha I think so..

Telecom wont even have to pay me for me to wear that shirt, which is a lot more than I can say for other company shirts i've seen.. and I dont even work for them lol.



LOL, yeah if Telecom gives us these shirts then it is free advertising for them




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  Reply # 265073 19-Oct-2009 15:51
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Yeah +1 for the shirts, they look good!

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  Reply # 265074 19-Oct-2009 15:52
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RedJungle: I like it. The inverse version shown in the video (white 'asterisk' against blue background) looks really effective.


Totally agree.  The white on blue looks waaaaay better than the blue on white.

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  Reply # 265077 19-Oct-2009 15:56
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Here it is: 
Telecom Tee
It looks awesome!




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  Reply # 265078 19-Oct-2009 15:57
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naggyman: Here it is: 
Telecom Tee
It looks awesome!



I want i want i want iwant!





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  Reply # 265079 19-Oct-2009 15:58
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Aaroona:
naggyman: Here it is: 
Telecom Tee
It looks awesome!



I want i want i want iwant!

Stop making me want it. I want I want I want




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  Reply # 265081 19-Oct-2009 16:02
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now I wonder if this is a huffer shirt like the XT ones?

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  Reply # 265085 19-Oct-2009 16:11
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on2it: now I wonder if this is a huffer shirt like the XT ones?



Do you have a link to the XT T's for me. I want to see them.




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  Reply # 265086 19-Oct-2009 16:15
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sorry I don't, they we're the ones that dealers had 'super duper' etc

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  Reply # 265144 19-Oct-2009 21:15
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hey guys - just to let you know yes they're Huffer t-shirts (nice one @on2it). Now I've been informed that they make take a little while to come through as they haven't yet all been printed, but once they are we'll try our hardest to get some for our Geekzone Friends here for @freitasm to give away :)

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