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    Unofficial LW T-shirt or not

    Hi guys,

    We all know how busy Newtek can be with all the important stuff, like making LW better to forget the little things, like merchandise etc....so I thought I'd make my own for fun.

    I thought I'd better post the graphic first before making the t-shirt at cafepress...I don't want to get into trouble with the makers of the software I love

    Hey Chuck, Jay....what do you guys think, can I go ahead or not ?

    Kuzey
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    That would look great as an enamel badge
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    indeed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil
    That would look great as an enamel badge
    Keychain!!!! Yay!
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    Wow... a Dongle Fob!

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    You guys are nuts....I tell you

    I was thinking it could be a simple replacement for the current lw icon but then again I'm nuts too

    That would make a cool helipad.



    Kuzey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuzey
    You guys are nuts....I tell you
    You've been on the forum since 2003 and only now you notice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkLight
    You've been on the forum since 2003 and only now you notice?

    Yes, it's hard to notice when everyone is crazy....that would look quite normal when you're in the middle of it.....I think

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    Make a hat as well, while your at it.

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    It did occur to me that it would make a cool replacement for the red hot in the middle of my frying pan. The LW logo would appear when it is at the right temperature.
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    i have the same pan!
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