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Product: Dream Of Better Tools & OS T-Shirt

WGS printed this large T-shirt on a Linux theme. Sorry, but only size L is still available.

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Ordering Information:
Retail Price: US$ 15.00
Manufacturer: WGS
Category: CoolStuff
Release Date: 1995/MM/DD
Date Posted: 1998/04/29
Last Update: 1998/04/29
SerialNo: No
Delivery Method: Stock
Key Type: N/A
Replacement: N/A

Our Price: US$ 9.95
Part#: 00007
Version: 1995
Classification: E
Shipping Weight: 1 lbs
ShipCharge: Y
Dimensions: L
Bundle Contents: N/A

We strive to offer the best prices and availability to our customers. However, because the computer industry changes so rapidly, our prices and/or product availability may sometimes fluctuate. If your order will be placed at a later time, please check back to confirm price and availability.

To Order by Phone: Call 1-800-234-7813 or 1-303-693-3321, 8am-5pm MDT.
We accept all major credit cards, and offer a 30 Day money back guarantee.
To Order by Fax or Mail: Print this page, and fax to 1-303-699-2793 or mail it with full info (see below) to:
Linux Mall/WGS, PO Box 460190, Aurora, CO 80046-0190
Orders also accepted via
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Copyright 1998 by WorkGroup Solutions, Inc. - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Product: Dream Of Better Tools & OS T-Shirt, Further Information


There are no prerequisites for this product.

Further Information:

This white t-shirt was printed by WGS. It celebrates Linux in general, Linux Pro, and FlagShip. The increasing rarity of this t-shirt makes it a collector's item.

What is this
FlagShip and Clipper and Linux stuff anyway?

Customs Information for this item:
Line Item # Quantity Item Description Price per unit
C01: 1 garment US$ 7.50
C02: 1 Intellectual
Value always=
Sale Price
minus the sum
of the components
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