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Topic: Remake of Alopecia Kid's tee
randysgrandma Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2020 8:25:35 AM
Thanks Valerie's Gallery. People are so sensitive these days. I would hate it if anyone thought I was encouraging little kids to take part in a hate group.
Topic: Valentines and Love
randysgrandma Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2020 7:15:09 AM
isabelalfarrobinha wrote:
https://www.zazzle.com/collections/valentine_day-119075239842789162
Here is my products, thanks for sharing!Happy


Sorry when I click on your link it goes to page where no products are shown. If I go to your store and click on collections, none of them are visible.
Topic: Remake of Alopecia Kid's tee
randysgrandma Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2020 6:11:21 AM
I had a tee shirt promoting alopecia awareness. My little great grandson has alopecia and that inspired me to make a tee shirt. It has sold one time. And has over 100 views.

However, on the tee shirt the little bald guy is winking and giving an OK sign. It has been the news lately that the OK sign is associated with a hate group. I didn't mean to promote a hate group or give offense.

I have remade the shirt with the little boy/girl just waving and not winking.
I have set the original tee shirt to direct only with a note about the altered version. But am thinking I should maybe delete it instead of redirecting potential buyers to the corrected version, before I get any complaints about the OK sign.

What do you think?
Topic: Pocket Tokens
randysgrandma Posted: Saturday, January 18, 2020 3:59:49 PM
Invincible Penguin wrote:
Sounds kind of like challenge coins. I think they've been around in the military and government for a long time - people who've done certain missions or belonged to certain groups get them - a kind of proof that they were there that can identify them to other people.

They've been in the news a bit recently and I think similar items are becoming popular for other uses now too.


Interesting. I think I saw a movie where soldiers had some kind of token that was passed around among them. Or maybe I read it in a book. Yeah I am sure it was in a book.
It was kind of a good luck charm. Once a soldier felt that his life had been spared against all odds, the rule was he had to pass it along to someone else. He could not keep it or his luck would change. The whole book was about it and what happened to it and who ended up with it.
Anyway, I think Zazzle would be jumping on something as big as pokemon or pogs. Remember Pogs?
Topic: Pocket Tokens
randysgrandma Posted: Saturday, January 18, 2020 3:59:49 PM
Invincible Penguin wrote:
Sounds kind of like challenge coins. I think they've been around in the military and government for a long time - people who've done certain missions or belonged to certain groups get them - a kind of proof that they were there that can identify them to other people.

They've been in the news a bit recently and I think similar items are becoming popular for other uses now too.


Interesting. I think I saw a movie where soldiers had some kind of token that was passed around among them. Or maybe I read it in a book. Yeah I am sure it was in a book.
It was kind of a good luck charm. Once a soldier felt that his life had been spared against all odds, the rule was he had to pass it along to someone else. He could not keep it or his luck would change. The whole book was about it and what happened to it and who ended up with it.
Anyway, I think Zazzle would be jumping on something as big as pokemon or pogs. Remember Pogs?