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mhrackin
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Re: This would be so cool..
mhrackin   9/9/2014 11:28:47 AM
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...or (if they still make it) iron-on paper!  I still have a couple of sheets of this from some old HP "sampler" kits.

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mhrackin   9/9/2014 11:26:58 AM
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I DO like the logo AND the button idea.  That would make it easier to have it visible on our Hawaiian shirts!  There is some sort of mystic significance in the similarity of the names D'Arsonval and D'Artagnan, so the "musketeers" connection is there!  You could easily prototype this on a color printer on label stock and stick it on a "recycled" badge!  Cheap and dirty is my motto....

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Max The Magnificent   9/9/2014 11:10:38 AM
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@Wnderer: ...May seems a little far ahead to plan...

My experiance is that if I blink it will already be in my rear-view temporal mirror :-)

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Wnderer   9/9/2014 10:55:32 AM
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@Max -- Did I already ask you if you are planning on joining us on this trip (only thrill seekers need apply)?


I'm in the process of moving right now, so May seems a little far ahead to plan. But I'll keep it in mind.

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Re: This would be so cool..
Wnderer   9/9/2014 10:47:20 AM
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@mhrackin -- SOME of us wear sizes smaller than XXXL, so it'd be really hard to fit and still be readable!


You could use this as the symbol and circle it with the Morse Code for "The Ancient Order of d'Arsonval".

www.rfcafe.com/references/Electricity-Basic-Navy-Training-Courses/images/electricity-navy-basics-188.jpg

 

 

Maybe put it on buttons instead of t-shirts.

 

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Max The Magnificent   9/9/2014 10:42:50 AM
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@Wnderer: That's good. I like it.

Did I already ask you if you are planning on joining us on this trip (only thrill seekers need apply)?

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Wnderer   9/9/2014 10:40:44 AM
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@Max -- "The Ancient Order of D'Arsonval and the Quest for Myriad Mystic Meters"


That's good. I like it.

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Max The Magnificent   9/9/2014 10:12:51 AM
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@Mhrackin: SOME of us wear sizes smaller than XXXL, so it'd be really hard to fit and still be readable!

Each T-Shirt could come equipped with a set of reading glasses :-)

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Max The Magnificent   9/9/2014 10:11:43 AM
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@Wnderer: ...It should be something like the Mystic Order of D'Arsonval and the Quest for More Meters...

Not bad ... not bad ... but how about: "The Ancient Order of D'Arsonval and the Quest for Myriad Mystic Meters"?

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Re: This would be so cool..
mhrackin   9/9/2014 9:11:42 AM
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SOME of us wear sizes smaller than XXXL, so it'd be really hard to fit and still be readable!

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