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  3. While I am not a Radical Militant Librarian, I am a lowly researcher with great respect for Radical Militant Librarians. I think you should create an “I love Radical Militant Librarians.” button, for those of us who support the movement but lack the collation skills. Rock on! Defenders of the information, I solute you!

  4. Sent the form to buy the ALA buttons, never got ’em and the money hasn’t come out of my accout yet. So i’ll go with Erica’s. I DID go to one of those mall kiosk’s that does hat embroidery and have a bb cap done with HX821. Since most people are LC unaware it’s great.

  5. My OS X Spanish to English translator translates that to: “You can put that in short circuits of the boxer?”

    I suspect this is a request for boxer shorts? If so, yes! I’m working on it. :)

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  7. ALA’s buttons look like a traditional librarian: really trying to be hip, but still way too boooring. wake up, this is 2006, and someone understood, thanks Erica! GO ERICA!

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  9. Sweet! I was tempted to order a button from ALA, but I like your design better, your ordering is easier, and you have shirts, which are vastly more useful than buttons.

    ALA should try to recruit you.

  10. The ALA’s version looks like something you would expect to see on a poster advertising a 1950s ‘Action and Adventure!’ or ‘Aliens Invade!’ type of movie….. very retro.

    Your design reminds me of Maoism and Communist propaganda posters for some reason.

    Wow, am I glad its Friday….

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