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Jonathon Barton
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I don't know why I haven't thought to throw this out there before now...

I have a fledgling T-shirt business, and one hell of a designer for stuff that is beyond my artistic abilities if you've got something custom that you don't already have artwork for.

A custom standard short-sleeved shirt is $20-$25, minimum quantity is ONE, and if you have an idea, but need art, that's relatively inexpensive, too (probably on the order of $5-10 for most things)

Delivery is via Amazon.com or Etsy, so you can buy one or a hundred, or send the link to your friends/family/customers/etc., at your leisure.

This is my designer's art style, in a nutshell, for reference.

https://i.imgur.com/GWd0M6L.png
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https://i.imgur.com/QDd7Mrx.jpg
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It's been a little more than a week, and so far?
The Trump Administration is going pretty much exactly the way I hoped it would.

"At noon we had a crowd of around 3 dozen people...now there's a crowd of about 3,000..."
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+John Hanke John,

Your opinion about Pokémon trackers "sucking some of the fun out of it" is dead wrong. However +Niantic engaged with Pokemon Trackers to shutter them absolutely sucked 100% of the fun out of Pokemon Go for a lot of people.

Pokémon Trackers enable players to engage in self-selected, self-directed, emergent gaming behavior. This emergent behavior means that people are having fun playing +Pokémon GO  in ways you never imagined...and you just crippled their fun in favor of making everyone play it "your way".

I urge you and the rest of +Niantic to embrace what the Crowd builds - then monetize it. +Niantic and +Pokémon GO could have made another $10 million dollars this week, if you'd instead embraced the work done by +Poké Vision, leveraged it, and posted an official tracker app in the store for a buck.

For me? Racing the clock to catch an unusual Pokemon turns a walk into a jog, and with the stroke of an email (Cease and Desist, maybe?) you stopped tacitly incentivizing gameplay through allowing me (and others) to self-direct my gameplay via PokeVision (I played for 3 hours yesterday, collecting Pidgeys and Rattatas and visiting Pokéstops to refill) and I've walked more in July than I have in 10 years), and you instead incentivized removing the app and going back to playing Pokemon on the DS while I'm sitting on the toilet.

I don't believe that's the intended effect.
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I thought I'd put this out there to get you all to participate. It's a fun survey that covers Myers-Briggs typology to Hogwart's Houses, and I definitely want there to be enough answers to be almost statistically significant. =)

http://eilamona.com/post/138663972297/master-personality-typology-survey
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On "Remembering 9/11"

This year there are 83,267,556 Americans who were age 6 or younger on 9/11/2001, and the vast majority had not formed their first permanent memories yet. That's fully 27% of Americans who do not have (and can't possibly have) memories of 9/11/2001. (and 18.5% - over 57 million - were not even born yet...)

The oldest members of this cohort of Americans with no memory of 9/11 are College Sophomores this year. 

These Americans cannot "Never Forget" because They Can't Possibly Remember It In The First Place. 

"Never Forget" is swiftly moving into the history books (and should take it's rightful place) alongside "A Day That Will Live In Infamy", "Remember The Alamo" and "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death". 

On second thought, maybe we should start using that last one again. 
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