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Re: RSA/Perl Shirts



John Schultz <[email protected]> writes on cpunks:
> On Mon, 7 Aug 1995, Rev. Ben wrote:
> > Has Joel Furr shipped his shirts yet?
> > 
> > I see some people on the list have gotten shirts and i was wondering as 
> > I still have not gotten mine.
> 
> I was wondering the same thing myself.  I know my check was cashed over a 
> month ago, but no shirt has arrived.

There are 2 (well 4 actually) suppliers of shirts:

1) (US/Canada) Joel Furr at Josh Osborne's instigation (no current offer,
   but still to send out shirts from first batch)  OFFER PASSED

2) (free world :-) Me - Adam Back <[email protected]>
   http://dcs.ex.ac.uk/~aba/rsa UK printing cost only - still taking orders
   1st batch will be ordered RSN

3) (US/Canada) Don Henson <[email protected]> http://colossus.net/wepinsto/
   25% of proceeds to Phil Z legal defense fund - 1st batch shipped, taking
   orders next batch

4) (AU region of free world) Lucy Chubb <[email protected]>
   (no WWW URL yet) will soon be printing some in Australia cost only also
   send her email for status, starting soon

The last I heard about the status of Joel's shirts was on the netstuff
mailing list, some time ago, he said there had been delays due to
various reasons, and that his shirst wouldn't be ready until end July.
As July has ended, I'm presuming this will be RSN.

The people who have their shirts are those who ordered through Don
Henson, who has proceeded very quickly to ship shirts, he was the
start of the 350 ordered thread.

Adam
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