Sorry there hasn't been an update in a while—I am desperately trying to get all the orders out of the door. In the meantime, I hear ITMFA got a mention on Air America radio—thanks, gang!
Teresa wrote in to tell me that she is selling ITMFA buttons on her website too. Far from resenting the competition, I welcome it. Like Teresa says, "the more people walking around with ITMFA on their lapel, the better!" You can see Teresa's buttons here. Teresa is donating half her proceeds to MoveOn.org. And moving on to today's mail...
I'm chagrined that someone got their picture of their personalized ITMFA license plate up before me. It was only the delay from the DMV that prevented me from sending this in earlier.
I think the plate makes a nice counterpoint to the Flying Spaghetti Monster logo. Truly we are touched by his noodly appendage.
Keep up the good work.
Traci wanted to share this ITMFA rant she posted on her blog. (Scroll down for her ITMFA post.)
Jennnifer & Pete at the University of Iowa, where I spoke last week, sent in a picture of them wearing their homemade ITMFA t-shirts.
Thanks, Jennifer & Pete!
ITMFA is a great idea, but what you really need are stickers. Who can ignore a sticker on a road sign at a red light? On a window or a wall? It worked for Andre the Giant. We need ITMFA stickers infiltrating public spaces all over the country, so by the time democraters are in control of congress, everyone and their mom will be googling "ITMFA" to find out just what it means.
That's a great idea, Graham—I'm all for stickers. But someone will have to take that project on themselves. I'm strictly a button-and-lapel-pin shop. But folks are encouraged to take the initiative and make their own ITMFA gear, like Teresa.
Okay, gotta go stuff some envelopes—but, hey, before we go...
ALL HAIL STEPHEN COLBERT! He's a motherfucking superhero with balls of freakin' steel!