Friday, October 03, 2008

Nucular Disaster

I just saw this T-shirt. You can order it on a shirt, hoodie, mug, you name it, here.

Here's another great one:

And finally, one I think I might get:


Anonymous said...


I just wanted to write in for the first time and let you know how much I enjoy your blog. I stumbled on it once and kept coming back when I realized we enjoy several of the same shows. My wife and I had been watching back eps of Buffy a while back, and I was supplementing these with summaries in a book called Bite Me that I would glance at while in the bookstore. It gave me a good laugh to find out that it was written by the same person whose blog I had been checking out. Now I come here regularly to check out your thoughts on TV and, more recently, politics.
Just wanted to let you know that I've been reading and appreciating your stuff, especially the Lost summaries (it's my favorite show, and I hooked practically my whole family after season 1. Now to do the same thing for Pushing Daises...)
Take care and keep writing!

leor said...

it's too bad that first shirt had its own grammatical should be:

Because this time we want someone in the White House WHO can say nuclear.


Nikki Stafford said...

Mike: Thank you so much, that's awesome! Glad to have you, and good on you for making sure more people are watching Pushing Daisies! :)

Leor: LOL! That is SO funny, because I almost didn't post it simply because it had that grammatical error, but then I figured if I pointed it out I'd be called a stickler or elitist. Thank god there are more of us out there... thanks for pointing it out. :)

The Chapati Kid said...

Gimme one of each. Along with a T-Shirt that says: "Vote for PICKLE!"

Anonymous said...

I have more than enough t-shirts, though I love those.

I do have an Obama shirt I bought at comic con with Alex Ross artwork.

This one, in face

Anonymous said...

In fact, I mean. And is there a way to link to urls without pasting the whole darn thing and having people copy/paste it into their browsers?