DaBearsBlog Tee Shirts: Round Two of Sales Start Today!

DaBearsBlog Tee Shirts: Round Two of Sales Start Today!

After selling an absurd amount the first time around we've made the official Bears blog tee shirt for 2012 available for sale AGAIN. We did not raise the price, keeping it at the symbolic $19.85. As with last year, you can get two shirts for the even-more symbolic price of $34 and three shirts for $51. (The image of the tee shirt is listed above. The type for the back of the shirt is quite small and tasteful.)

The shirt was conceived by Reverend Dave, designed by the great Mike Lapinski and will be made by my boy Jared.

Just go ahead and write in the comment box what color (we have both the orange and navy base) and what size (S, M, L, XL, 2XL) you'd like. If you're ordering multiple shirts just write: Orange - XL, Navy - S...etc.

We're going to send out the orders in one large shipment again. The close-off date for this order of tee shirts will be October 31st - Halloween. These orders will arrive to your home by Thanksgiving. These shirts make excellent Christmas gifts for the Bears fan(s) in your family so you'll want to get in on THIS shipment. I can't guarantee we'll have selling shirts in December.


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  • I gotta say, Jefe...

    First of all, you need a maternity version.

    Second, maybe an infant size...

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    great killin... I mean, meeting you last night maings.

    Gems&Dragons!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    The death, err... pleasure... was all mine.

    When I get the hang - BANG BANG! I'll kill you fuckers right the fuck dead.

    Johnny... don't make me beg, but it would be really nice if... you would just... BE MY FRIEND! Okay, I begged. Friend request from petrillionaire - accept dat shit!

    Crystals&Gargoyles!

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Shady has earned the +2 Gold G36K of Cheesedick slaying. It's like, way better than calling Magic Missile +5 in and goes through any shield. If you say Heckler Koch three times fast into the mic, it casts sleep on everyone.

    Gems & Dragons!
    Huzzah!

  • In reply to gpldan:

    true story... so he has that going for him... which is nice.

  • Do these shirts run big/small?

  • In reply to Viva:

    I'd go up a size.

    There's some definite shrinkage.

    Yeah, I said it.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Shrinkage? So they run small...like the anti-Pringles.

    I'm usually a medium, but I got long arms and big shoulders, so maybe I'll go with a large.

    Also, my shrinkage merely reduces me to "medium."

    Bang Bang!

  • A medium! Damn Gina!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I like my shirts fit to show my twin canons, that's why I got a gal to buy it for me lol

    Bang Bang!

  • I HATE it when tshirt sleeves hang low and run that little crux on the opposite side of your elbow (what the fuck do they call that!?!)

    Also, you're right... you don't want silly things like sleeves getting in the way when you roll up to a table full of sweet honeys and double kiss the guns as an intro.

    BANG! BANG!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    rub, not run

  • Jeff hit a home run on that shirt design. Very popular.

  • This is exactly what I want the Bears to do to the Lions on MNF

    http://youtu.be/giJCL_jhnsE

  • dude, that is EXACTLY what I think of when I think of indian dudes... bad ass fighters.

    That video was so awesome... the physics in that thing were so wrong though. It bent my mind a little. The theme music made up for it.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    hahah...I'm not sure which part I liked more, the part when the dude got a running head start pimp slap, or when he took off his belt and went to work like an Indian Tornado! (do they even have tornados in India? Cyclone?)

  • tropical cyclone I believe

    Here's a tid bit for you... a couple years ago a very famous indian soap opera star died. the entire country rioted for 3 days and a bunch of people died.

    I have HUGE respect for the indian culture and people (we work with them a lot in my biz), but it's about the opposite of america culturally. Some really strange shit (to us).

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I actually have a very funny story with Indians (they are also prevalent in the medical profession where I worked, but that's not this story).

    I was eating at an Indian joint, with my mom, my sister, and my cousin (girl). So, my mom notices that everyone there is male. Didn't even cross my mind, but ok.

    So, we start chit-chatting with the waiter, and he's obviously semi-flirting with my sis and cousin, saying how a lot of women have their complexion in India, etc etc. I was mildly amused, giving my sis a little crap. But then, he asked how we all know each other, and when I said I was her brother/cousin/son, he almost went stoned faced and no longer spoke to them.

    Like, at ALL. I pretty much had to order for them, and when the gals around the table asked him a question or two, he would politely answer, then turn right back to me.

    When we were walking out, he told me that he would give me silk from India, garments (not making this up). I gave him my adress, and sure enough, he mailed them to me!

    When I was walking out, I was laughing and my mom, sis and cous were in somewhat disbelief.

    I told them, "You guys are lucky. If we were in India, I'd sell you for a cow!"

  • Ha!

    Yeah, they are (generalizing of course) a VERY intelligent people and I respect them a lot. Love the culture and food too. In general a good group.

    Right Shady?

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Two words for you dood: Kama Sutra

  • In reply to Shady:

    Indians Stink.

  • Where *do* you guys find this stuff?

    Gotta love Bollywood. My two favorite techniques would be, unfortunately, hard to do against the Lions. That awesome ear-snatch-flip-the-bitch-several-times move would have to account for getting through an earhole. Even DJ's fingers probably too big...

    The bitch slap could, probably be done, but just the right angle under the face mask would be needed.

  • Holy hell...Dude was like a cross between Pootie Tang and a jacked up Kumar...funny shit

  • Always go a size OR TWO up. That's tee shirt purchase 101.

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    Just got mine, Jeff. Keep up the good work.

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    Was that a sale's pitch?

  • I definitely stretch that large out like a would stretch latex if I ever wore protection.

    Polyhedral dice and wizardry!!

  • In reply to Crown:

    ooooohhhh D&D dice!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    http://static.redditgifts.com/images/uploaded/large-present/2012/7/11/high-precision-dd-dice-of-ultimate-awesomeness-times-10-12-1342034589.jpg

    Bang! Bang!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Dice that you can't read when stoned and/or drunk are just as useless as they were in 1977.

  • So Lovie's getting a contract extension, huh? What's the rush?

  • In reply to Shady:

    WTF?!?!?!?! are you fucking serious!?!?!?!?!

    FUCKING NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

  • wow, little harsh I think. Give the man a fucking chance. Sheesh: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/don_banks/10/09/cam-newton/index.html?sct=nfl_t11_a0

  • Disorganized thoughts:

    I just read an article on Johnny Knox. I highly doubt he'll be back this year, as he's still not running full speed.

    Reggie Wayne was a human highlight reel against the Packers last week. He should be Offensive Player of the Week. The Fudgefuckers were stupid to only run the ball 5 times in the second half when they had an 18 point lead. I'd put that loss on McCarthy.

    I was in a concentrated bar area to watch the Bears (at the one Bears bar), surrounded mainly by Packer bars and one Vikings bar. I was outside choking down a smokey treat with about 5 other Bears fans at half-time when a large group of about 10 Packers fans were walking by. They said, "Yeah, yeah, give us shit. We choked that game." Everyone was quiet, and at the last minute I just did my best Nelson impression and said "HA HA!". It made for a good laugh on all sides.

    The Bears need to continue a balanced attack on offense. When they run the ball at least 30 times their record is amazing. When the Bears don't go into stupid Martz mode or McCarthy mode they win almost every game.

  • In reply to TheFifth:

    I don't know if Johnny should ever play again.

    Reggie Wayne is proving it was not all Peyton - it would be interesting to know what Colts fans are thinking about all of that.

    I've never kicked Packers fans when they're down. Other than when that asswipe Forrest Gregg was the coach.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    Oh, and balanced attack... good.
    Martz... not good.

    We have Forte AND Bush. It's a luxury that the play callers need to enjoy.

  • DJ Moore is way under-rated.

  • In reply to TheFifth:

    DJ needs to show up a little more this year

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Making more noise on twitter than on the field is OchoCinco-esque.

    Tim Jennings on the other hand...holy shit, where did THAT come from?

    My new house is half-way habitable. Bang Bang!

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    OchoCinco-esque has a nice ring to it.

    I also like the sound of UnoCinco-Seis?

    In Hindi that's AatPaanch-esque and EkPaanch-Cha, but I have the utmost respect for Indian culture.

  • In reply to Crunch Buttsteak:

    Where did that Question Mark after "UnoCinco-Seis" come from, and why doesn't DaBlog have an "EDIT" button yet?

    If fuckin Shiva came down, handed the Gnome a million lines of code, told him to fix DeeBlog, he wouldn't fix it.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    The dude's a tackling machine, and has a pick this year. What has he done wrong?

  • In reply to TheFifth:

    Any pick returns for TDs?

    C'mon, Corm, we're five games in...he should have at LEAST one. He's getting lapped by Tillman.

  • Good luck to the Olsens: http://www.sportsworldreport.com/articles/5554/20121009/gregolsenunbornsontjwillhavemajorsurgeryforhypoplasticleftheartsyndromecarolinapanthersnews.htm

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    man i hope it all works out for them.

  • Thanks for opening sales on the Shirts Jeff.

    Just ordered two. One for me and one for the wife.

    Awesome design and thanks again.

  • RIP Mongo. Alex Karras was a stud DT in his day. One of the reasons the Bears won it all in '63 was Karras and Paul Hornung were both suspended for the season for gambling. I also loved him on MNF. He used to fuck with Cosell all the time and didn't take any of his shit. It was funny as hell. Of course, Cosell had way more juice than Alex so you know how that played out. Whenever you saw him in interviews on TV he was always funny with that dry dead-pan wit. He will be missed.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Dierdoofus was a huge step down from Karras on MNF.

    Of course, the nadir of MNF was Dennis Miller. That was WTF TV. Every time I want to watch Chuckie tap out against some MMA fighter, I recall Dennis Miller trying to mix it up with Al Michaels. Painful.

    We need another polarizing figure like Cosell in the booth.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    Totally agree about Dierdorf and Miller. Not sure about the polarizing figure. I really like a 2-man booth w/o the sideline reporter. Chuckie is a cheerleader extraordinaire but he definitely adds energy to the broadcast. Tirico does a good job considering his partner is like a woodpecker on meth.

    Miller was unbelievably bad. Every week he would come up with some scenario where he could drop some obscure reference into the broadcast. I'm sure it made him feel superior to the great unwashed that didn't understand his reference. All it really did was make him look like a complete jackass that was more than a little full of himself. Not to mention, he was not funny.

    Fred "The Hammer" Williamson is also in the running for one of the worst. He was laughably bad (and not in a good way).

    Dierdorf always acts like he's letting you in on a secret about pro football when he explains the most basic concepts. I don't hate his broadcasts but don't look forward to them.

  • Please look at Al Pacino's "girlfriend" Lucila Sola at the Chicago Film Festival in the online Trib.

    Pacino is seventy-two and so am I.

    "Say hello to my little friend" - indeed.

    Bears -

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