As a participant in the Petaluma Whiskerino
contest, I was hoping to show my respect to, and get the word out about the Linux Outlaws
podcast by purchasing and wearing a Linux Outlaws t-shirt during the contest. Unfortunately, I didn't purchase my t-shirt in time and the t-shirts was delivered a few days after the contest. I did however win 1st place in the sideburns category. Alaska
, here I come.
So now, for your viewing pleasure, and in the spirit of zealots posting articles about "unboxing" their latest goo-gaw whiz-bang hardware, I am very happy to announce:
The Unpacking of My T-Shirt
Oh goodness! what can that be in my mail box? Why, it's a package from cafepress! It must be my Linux Outlaws T-Shirt. Wooohooo!
This is the package placed in one of my primary crafting areas; the middle of my living room.
Very carefully, cut open the package so as not to damage the contents. As you can see, I own a very nice pair of left-handed scissors. Normally, I would simply rip the plastic bag open with my hands, but I wanted to be professional because I was preserving the moment for posterity.
Reaching in to get the goodies! Again, very professional. Although dumping the contents of the bag onto the floor...er.... "work area", would have sufficed.
Oh my, look at all of the nifty stuff.
In hind sight, I probably should have used a different tool to open the paper band that wrapped around the t-shirt; like some right handed scissors.
Welly well well...... that is a really bad picture of a Linux Outlaws t-shirt, but believe me, it looks just like the cafepress Linux Outlaws t-shirt