New World Order shorties

Threadless has finally reprinted my favorite T-shirt, featured in my current Facebook pic: New World Order!
Many of you asked where to get it, so, there you go! Oh, and Threadless has sales all the time, so keep an eye on their page, dont pay full price unless you MUST HAS NAU!

Also, weve all got a shitload of STDs :-/

Also, I have a lot in common with Sarah Silverman:

'Marriage' has officially creeped me out since 2004. I wouldnt join a professional science organization that excluded homosexual people, why the hell would I contribute to the 'value' of marriage? Ew.

Also, WPI, if you want to know how much DNA the Second British Group got from their patients, maybe you can get a clue from reading the little book that comes in the goddamned Qiagen kit that has existed for a billion years. And stop conflating studies. You had a 4% false positive rate with your PCR, cause you found ZERO anti-XMRV antibodies in healthy controls. The Japanese group found 5 healthy people out of 300 that had anti-XMRV antibodies. And the Second British Group found out that those antibodies are not XMRV-specific, thus possibly false positives too. None of this would pass muster for an official diagnostics test. STOP ISSUING PRESS RELEASES AND SELLING CRAP AND DOING RETARDED Q&As AND DO MORE FUCKING SCIENCE YOU FUCKING WEIRDOS.

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Goddammit! Why does Mississippi have to beat Alabama in everything?

Come on, fellow Alabamians! We're only 25 points behind. We can make that up in a good drunken weekend!

ãããã¦ï¼ On the topic of shirts, I'd love to find some pro-GE shirts. Go look at Cafepress and all you see are ones that say 'Ban GMO' with a skull or a reaper or tomato with eyes on it. I hope someday some snarky scientist person produces some witty pro-science shirts.

By Party Cactus (not verified) on 18 Feb 2010 #permalink

Giant robots!!!

Knocking over buildings!!!

Who wouldn't love that on a t-shirt?

"STOP ISSUING PRESS RELEASES AND SELLING CRAP AND DOING RETARDED Q&As AND DO MORE FUCKING SCIENCE YOU FUCKING WEIRDOS."

Keep studying ERV/Abbie/Smith/Whatever. Maybe someday you'll actually KNOW as much as you THINK you do NOW.

"Also, WPI, if you want to know how much DNA the Second British Group got from their patients, maybe you can get a clue from reading the little book that comes in the goddamned Qiagen kit that has existed for a billion years."

:)

[They must have done something wrong! Something... Somewhere... Come on people, think!] (Well maybe there is no XMRV in England?) [GENIUS!!]

[Well I guess that didn't work. Any other ideas?] (Well, maybe they can't follow basic lab protocols?) [Yes! After all, we can't!]

By theshortearedowl (not verified) on 23 Feb 2010 #permalink