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NEWton rivERA Shirts coming soon! (hopefully)

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Been in contact with the Panther's marketing guy, and he sent me this about the "NEWton rivERA" T-shirt idea. And he said that the Panthers Shop likes the idea and is trying to get it done.

Exciting guys, I will post any mock-ups they send my way, I asked to have an input in the decision for the design. If you fancy photoshop guys want to send me some mock up designs, I can forward them to the guy.

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So you want people to do the work for you since your unqualified, and submit it like its your own?

Yea no thanks

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In related news, the huddle "tits or gtfo" tshirt is ready for pre ordering.

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So you want people to do the work for you since your unqualified, and submit it like its your own?

Yea no thanks

haha

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In related news, the huddle "tits or gtfo" tshirt is ready for pre ordering.

I'd buy/

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So you want people to do the work for you since your unqualified, and submit it like its your own?

Yea no thanks

He's not being hired to design the shirt, but good job being a jerk.

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He's not being hired to design the shirt, but good job being a jerk.

He doesn't know any better.

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Your a weiner

This sentence, sense it does not make.

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