In collaboration with Inferno Marketing and City Screen Print and Embroidery, OnMilwaukee.com today launches its first in a series of event-driven T-shirts.
Today's limited edition T-shirt, of course, focuses on our nation's next president. Just in time for the swearing in of Barack Obama. As he becomes the 44th president of the United States, his team will truly "Run DC," and you can wear this creative homage to the legendary music group while supporting our commander in chief.
Hurry, only 50 T-shirts are available. Click below now.
that shirt is as rad as board shorts were in the late 90's!!!
hughjass | Jan. 24, 2009 at 9:46 p.m. (report)
Where do I find more shirts like this? Why do fat people like me have to pay another $2???? Is cotton REALLY thank expensive?
Eastside guy | Jan. 23, 2009 at 4:22 p.m. (report)
This shirt is pretty f-ing clever!
And it also proves that the left is always funnier and more clever than the right.
Now, before all of the Republicans go nuts, please just admit that RARELY has there been anything funny that comes from a republican... and please don't tell me that PETA = People Eating Tasty Animals is funny... it's not. It's moronic.
I'm not exactly sure why there is a relationship with politics and comedy... but there definitely is one.
Left = Clever and funny
Right = Hacks like "Larry the Cable Guy"
LOVE it! For all the haters on both sides of the political spectrum, get a F'ing sense of humor! This shirt gets to the heart of it all. Obama IS going to run DC and the country for the next 4 years. The pop culture reference also speaks to historic levels of interest from the multi cultural and young voters. Rock on On Milwaukee!!!
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