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[fyi]

Our This Weekend Only! design is going to stay up through midnight on the Fourth, so if you want one, make sure you get it soon!

Re: June sales, we're going to post the transaction report soonish (having a few technical difficulties right now), but in the meantime, I can tell you that we sold two shirts last week, raising $6 for CancerCare. That $6 is going to be donated along with the July proceeds, so you'll see the donation receipt for that sometime after July 31.

In the meantime, keep spreading the word! We've got some fabulous designs coming up in the next few weeks and months, but we're always looking for more. If you've got one you'd like to share, make sure to let us know here.
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[fyi]

An alert customer noticed that CafePress does not have a handy conversion chart for international sizes. For shame, CafePress!

Here is a table of the available sizes at CafePress. Here is a handy conversion calculator for women's sizes; here is one for men's.

These links will be added to this comm's userinfo for your convenience.

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Another alert customer noticed that we haven't given any hint of future designs. Nothing's been finalized yet, but we can tell you that there are several fandom-referential designs in the works. Including:
  • Firefly
  • More Harry Potter
  • Doctor Who
  • LOTRips
  • Even More Harry Potter
  • And several surprises!

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And, yet another alert customer noticed that we aren't offering any products other than t-shirts at Phil N. Thropick. To that customer we can only say, "Well, we don't know what you want!"

If you'd like to purchase something other than a t-shirt featuring one of our designs, please let us know in comments!
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[designated charity] July 2006

For every item sold at Phil N. Thropick between 25 June and 30 July, 3 $US will be donated to CancerCare.

From the organization's website:
CancerCare's Mission
CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide free, professional support services to anyone affected by cancer: people with cancer, caregivers, children, loved ones, and the bereaved. CancerCare programs – including counseling, education, financial assistance and practical help – are provided by trained oncology social workers and are completely free of charge. Founded in 1944, CancerCare now provides individual help to more than 90,000 people each year, in addition to the 1.4 million people who gain information and resources from its website.
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[faq] last updated 26 June 2006

Welcome to philnthropy! This community exists for the sole purpose of making the activity for and at Phil N. Thropick visible to the public. We also hope you will participate in design generation and suggest charitable organizations which might benefit from our donations.


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Sounds great! Where do I go now?

In case you missed it the first bajillion times, it's at Phil N. Thropick. http://www.cafepress.com/missathropick/1563583 !

Phil N. Thropick!
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[designers] last updated 25 June 2006

So, you think you have what it takes to design an Unofficial Commemorative Item for Phil N. Thropick? Here's your chance to prove it!

All comments are screened, so feel free to post your design here. Or, you can just sign up to be one of our volunteer designers -- we're hoping to establish some kind of request/commission program in the near future.

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All designs approved by the committee and used at Phil N. Thropick will be credited to the designer.