Re: [socialnetwork-488] T-shirts?

From: Chris
Sent on: Wednesday, May 2, 2007 10:15 AM
OOOH! OOH!!

I just had another brainstorm! Tell me what you think -

It's all good In the Wood

or perhaps

Inwood - It's All Good


On 4/29/07, Michelle <[address removed]> wrote:
I third that...

I wouuld like and be willing to pay the additional price, of a feminie version shirt.

I enjoy any shirt logo sent by zaida. I enjoy quick and smarmy wit. I believe that encompasses the style and charm of my experience of -Inwood.

See you all at the kilt later!

Mish
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-----Original Message-----
From: claudia <[address removed]>
Date: Sun, 29 Apr[masked]:07:57
To:[address removed]
Subject: Re: [socialnetwork-488] T-shirts?

Hey all...

i'm back from vacation and very excited to see all the
stuff that's happened in the past week!

I want to add my request to Michaela and say let's do
tshirts with a woman's style option!!

See y'all next week.

claudia
--- alix < [address removed]> wrote:

> Last night at Keenan's, we discussed karaoke-centric
> shirts: It's
> Hard Out Here For A  Pip.  (Announced before Gladys
> Knight--the crowd
> seemed to like it.)  Subtitle: Take the Midnight
> Train to Inwood?
>
>
> alix
> On Apr 29, 2007, at 5:36 PM, michelle wrote:
>
> > Thanks Chris,
> > These are the best ones I've seen yet!  I vote for
> > "Yes...it's still part of Manhattan" and
> "Hipsters,
> > fashionistas, and status seeking..." in a close
> > second.
> > Michelle
> >
> > --- Chris <[address removed]> wrote:
> >
> >> Here's a couple I've thought of...
> >>
> >> Inwood - It just tastes better
> >>
> >> Inwood - The city you wish you lived in.
> >>
> >> Inwood - Yes ... it is still part of Manhattan!
> >>
> >> Inwood - Hipsters, Fashionistas, and Status
> Seeking
> >> Surburbanites need not
> >> apply.
> >>
> >> Inwood - Where only the friendly survive.
> >>
> >> Inwood - Can YOU walk to the Cloisters?
> >>
> >> I could go on and on....
> >>
> >> Chris
> >>
> >> On 4/28/07, Mary Elizabeth Williams
> >> <[address removed]> wrote:
> >>>
> >>> As a semi recent refugee from Brooklyn, I love
> it!
> >> Also, my husband likes
> >>> to describe the neighborhood as
> >>>
> >>> "Manhattan -- with an asterisk"
> >>>
> >>> or you could just go with
> >>>
> >>> "Everything's better uptown"
> >>>
> >>> Hi, I'm trite and breezy.
> >>>
> >>> ----- Original Message ----
> >>> From: mr and mrs sidlo
> >> <[address removed]>
> >>> To: [address removed]
> >>> Sent: Saturday, April 28,[masked]:05:45 AM
> >>> Subject: Re: [socialnetwork-488] T-shirts?
> >>>
> >>> J, i am very into the idea of kickball. it
> happens
> >> to be one of the very
> >>> few
> >>> ball sports in which i have some succcess.
> >>> Also, audrey's new husband owns a t-shirt making
> >> factory and might be able
> >>>
> >>> to print t-shirts.  he has agreed to do it
> before,
> >> so let me know ifyou
> >>> are
> >>> interested.
> >>> alicia
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>> From: "J. Holtham" < [address removed]>
> >>>> Reply-To: [address removed]
> >>>> To: [address removed]
> >>>> Subject: Re: [socialnetwork-488] T-shirts?
> >>>> Date: Fri, 27 Apr[masked]:41:45 -0400 (EDT)
> >>>>
> >>>> Hey, Daniel (and everybody else)-
> >>>>
> >>>> Yeah! Let's certainly talk about it. Colleen
> came
> >> up with "It's Better
> >>> Than
> >>>> Brooklyn" at the Kilt the other night and it
> >> struck those of us at the
> >>> bar
> >>>> as pretty funny, but it certainly doesn't need
> to
> >> be the one "slogan" or
> >>>> "motto" for all, or for all t-shirts. I say,
> the
> >> more ideas, the merrier.
> >>>
> >>>> I'm taking a look at ways of printing t-shirts
> >> and all of that, and it
> >>> may
> >>>> be possible to make things a little flexible.
> Of
> >> course, there are
> >>>> questions of bulk printing and such, but it's
> not
> >> like we're ordering
> >>> 3,000
> >>>> or something (at least not yet!). Let me see
> what
> >> I can come up with...
> >>>>
> >>>> Also, the first kickball game will (hopefully)
> >> not be the only one, so
> >>>> there's certainly no major pressure to have the
> >> shirts done by then. Or
> >>>> again, for that to be the only run of shirts
> >> ever. Some people dig the
> >>>> Brooklyn reference, some don't and it's all
> good.
> >>>>
> >>>> How about this: come out to the Kilt on Sunday
> >> for Karaoke and we can
> >>> kick
> >>>> some ideas around. Or, if you can't make it on
> >> Sunday, e-mail your slogan
> >>>
> >>>> ideas to me and I'll throw them in a poll. Then
> >> people can vote for their
> >>>
> >>>> favorites. How's that work for folks?
> >>>>
> >>>> Cheers,
> >>>> J. (your friendly neighborhood assistant
> >> organizer)
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> Do it. Straight. Get it down, let it get down
> and
> >> let it tell itself and
> >>>> mirror, by what you couldn't say-what was
> really
> >> there. -L. Wilson
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> ----- Original Message ----
> >>>> From: Daniel Casey <[address removed]>
> >>>> To: J. Holtham <[address removed]>;
> >>> [address removed]
> >>>> Sent: Friday, April 27,[masked]:16:48 PM
> >>>> Subject: Re: [socialnetwork-488] T-shirts?
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> Hey, J--and everyone else who gets this--Daniel
> >> here.  I like the idea of
> >>>
> >>>> group t-shirts very much, but I wonder if maybe
> >> the slogan or whatever
> >>>> could be decided on in a more democratic way.
> >> Maybe we should all
> >>>> brainstorm a bunch of ideas to choose from /
> vote
> >> on.  I'm not crazy
> >>> about
> >>>> the Brooklyn reference.  If Inwood is better
> than
> >> Brooklyn (and it IS),
> >>>> then why even mention Brooklyn?
> >>>>
> >>>> What about a self-referential slogan?
> >>>>
> >>>> "We entertain ourselves," maybe, or, "We've got
> >> hills,"  or, "We plank
> >>>> shad," or, my favorite at the moment:  "Big
> City
> >> Hicks."
> >>>>
> >>>> No reason why we couldn't get a variety of
> >> t-shirts over time on
> >>> different
> >>>> occasions, though, if there's a rush to get an
> >> order in to the printer
> >>> for
> >>>> kickball, and if a number of people have
> already
> >> said that they do like
> >>> the
> >>>> Brooklyn dig.
> >>>>
> >>>> I'm just mouthin' off.
> >>>>
> >>>> Daniel
> >>>>
> >>>>
>
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