1,000 Orders and Counting
Not much to report today—first batches went out in the mail yesterday, more buttons arrive tomorrow. While you wait for your official ITMFA gear, enjoy these pictures from folks who have made their own ITMFA gear.
Sebastian took this picture in Atlanta last weekend on Saturday, April 1, during the MLK remberance/anti-war march...
Carrie in Tallahassee writes...
Where the hell are my stencils and stick-on letters? Must have gone in the last yard sale. But I did find a great material to make letters out of. DUCT TAPE. Not the nasty goop-stuck-to-cheesecloth type of duct tape, but the aluminum kind that you use for sealing fiberglass ductwork & peels off a backing. It is ridiculously easy to cut letters, punctuation, or whatever you like. Here is the lovely result.
Nice work, Carrie!
And finally, here's a pic of the stack of ITMFA orders that are currently sitting on my desk—more than 1,000 of 'em.
I've got my work cut out for me—and, hey, if you're in Seattle and you wanna help, I might be looking for some volunteers this weekend. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you looooove stuffing envelopes.
Finally, some of you will be getting your official ITMFA buttons and lapel pins in the mail Wednesday or Thursday. Once you get 'em, take some pics of you and your friends wearing your ITMFA gear and email 'em to me!