Nerdtastic T-Shirts: Vote For Pluto?

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Save Pluto

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How about:
"Pluto is For Lovers"
"Pluto: Voted Off the Solar System"
"I'd Rather Be an Asteroid Anyway. No, Really!"
"Sorry, We Just Had to Make it A Nice Even Number of Planets."
"One Word: Planet"

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I like the "Independent Planet" bumper sticker.

By somnilista, FCD (not verified) on 28 Aug 2006 #permalink