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Unless you think someone has the copyright on that statement (and you want to respect copyrights), why don't you have one made, e.g. at spreadshirt.com? You'll find pre-made tees at a much lower price - spreadshirt.com is typically at USD 24 - but if you really want it, you may be willing to pay the price.
I have about a dozen tees made by spreadshirt, essentially plain white text on black. At the moment I am wearing one decaring, "I, for one, like Roman numerals". (I have had to explain the double meaning to a few that are not native English speakers.) Another one has the text "The Space Station: They call it rocket science, but haven't even got 1 G" and a drawing of a mobile phone. One that was bordering on copyright infringement use the YouTube logo in its invitation "Me train, YouTube?" - but a lagre fraction of those who get it, feel offended, so I am not using that one everywhere. Another one that I have had to explain to several people is the one declaring "I say sibboleth". ... People take note of my tees, and when I haven't come to work in a new one for months, people start asking. My problem is that I don't like throwing away stuff that are still in good condidion. At the moment, I have perfectly fine tees in my closet for a few years.
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Interesting question. I'm sure it'll stir up a heated diskussion!
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