the ‘die trying’ print

[The "Die Trying" print. Sent out on the newsletter Jan. 20, 2010...]

Of course, once people saw this cartoon, I got a lot of people saying, “Hugh, you should make that into a t-shirt. I’d wear one!”

Eh. I don’t do t-shirts. Too much hassle. Learned that a long time ago…

Still, it’s a nice idea. One thing I know about me and my audience, is that we’re not interested in doing stuff just for the paycheck. We’re trying to do stuff that matters, even if it kills us…

“Anything that doesn’t take years of your life and drive you to suicide hardly seems worth doing” -Cormac McCarthy

Comments

  1. I thought it said “Tie Dying” at first…

  2. Hi Hugh,

    Do you know cafepress? My cousin Raymond puts up his artwork and they make it into whatever you like, t shirts, mugs, and what have you.
    They do all the hassle for you.

    http://www.cafepress.com/muffles

  3. There is a t-shirt line down in Cabo San Lucas, called Die Trying.

  4. Bryan’s right – just bought a shirt in Cab San Lucas a couple weeks ago that says “Die Trying, Not Watching.” Thought it was great and wondered if they were available anywhere but Cabo.

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