T-shirts, Get Your T-shirts Heah!

No, this isn’t a blatant attempt to sell you anything (although we DO still have a nifty Rim Of Hell collection over at Zazzle.com – just look at our Merch tab). Anyhow, I’m not sponsored by anything or anyone I’m about to mention here. If you know me personally, then you know I probably own about 200 or more t-shirts – most are concert shirts acquired the old fashioned way by being purchased AT THE SHOW (not Ebay). Sometimes, if I don’t feel like wearing a concert shirt per se’, something weird & eclectic will always suffice nicely.

That being said, my lovely friend Vanitas turned me on to a great T-shirt site called Tshirtbordello.com. Lots of nerd-ish goodness there, especially if you like zombies, Sci-Fi movies, H.P. Lovecraft (!) or in the case of this little beauty HERE, Spinal Tap. Awesomeness, total awesomeness.

Another shirt site I’d recommend checking out, and a lot more controversial, is the notorious T-Shirt Hell. Rude, tasteless but still funny in a “OMG, I totally shouldn’t be laughing” kinda way – these guys make blasphemy an art form & slurs against any group on the planet practically an Olympic level event. Here’s a prime example that is definitely NOT SAFE for work (you’ve been warned).

So check’em out, and t-shirt up like the good Reverend does. Everyday is casual day . . . IN HELL.

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