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I’ve decided to buy the stratigraphy t-shirt after all. This will actually be the first piece of previously-unworn non-sock/bra/underwear clothing that I’ve purchased for myself since… uh… I can’t remember. Probably sometime in 2004. I’m not what you’d call a fashionista, but I am occasionally a sucker for geekwear.

Wait! No! I bought some tank tops last summer. Anyway, Threadless offers store credit to people who successfully spam their friends. So if you are a Threadless regular, please spam me with an invitation to buy that t-shirt.

Comments

  1. Andrew wrote:

    What’s wrong with the T-shirt isn’t so much the clastic dikes but the angular unconformity underneath the limestone. Sorry, that can’t happen in the non-creationist universe!

  2. Maria Brumm wrote:

    You’re right, of course, but I’m fixated on hydrofracturing right now for other reasons, so that’s where my attention went and got stuck.

  3. Mister DNA wrote:

    Hi there,

    I just wanted to say “thanks” for the all-important ScienceBlogger endorsement of Blogging on PseudoScientific DoucheBags. The site is up with plans to go live on Feb 12. In the meantime, if anyone has any ideas/suggestions, head on over and put in your $0.02.

  4. Danny Vo wrote:

    Thanks for the link for our Solar Power History map. If you have any other things that you think would be helpful on a google map mashup, let us know!

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