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#1
Yeah, there are probably threads on this but I wanted to start another one.
I'll admit I don't know much Che Guevara. All I know is that he was a revolutonary.

I saw my friend in a Che shirt a week ago, and I asked if he could tell me about Che, he said who? I said the guy on your shirt. He said it was just some random guy, posing for a shirt.
I don't mind people wearing the shirts, if they at least know a bit about what he did in his life.
It's why I didn't buy the shirt
As title says, what do you think of the shirts?
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#2
Ha. People who don't know who he is but wear it anyway are being tools. Besides that, I don't real mind, except for the fact that he is a Commie.
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#4
I know who Che was and I like the shirts from an artistic perspective. Idealistic - not so much.

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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.
#7
I don't mind them. They're better than the "Back in Black" shirts anyway.
#9
every time i see people wearing that shirt, i laugh right in their face.
srsly.
I hate it when people wear that shirt, cause 98% of the time they dont even know what their supporting.
#10
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I'd rather wear a Stephen Colbert shirt instead.


Ugh - Colbert. The man is a tool. Somewhat funny, but a huge tool.

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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.
#11
seriously... why did it even become 'cool' to wear that....
#12
its almost certain that if asked, the wearer would not know who che is.
They were it to fit in. They don't know anything about his views or whatnot.
Anyways, id rather wear a pedobear shirt.

#13
Quote by Dr.Pain-MD
Ugh - Colbert. The man is a tool. Somewhat funny, but a huge tool.

You do realize that he is acting?...
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#14
I hate em. Besides the fact that they stand against everything that Che and Communism believed in, people who wear them don't understand that Che stands against everything we (in Democratic North America) believe.
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#15
Don't mind really. I like the irony in it all.

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#17
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seriously... why did it even become 'cool' to wear that....


Everyone knows that communists are broadcasting a constant subliminal message to buy their shirts because it's good for business.
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#18
Quote by DZCunuck
I hate em. Besides the fact that they stand against everything that Che and Communism believed in, people who wear them don't understand that Che stands against everything we (in Democratic North America) believe.

...

Not everyone living in capitalist countries supports the idea of capitalism. It's not like we can just leave the country.
#19
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Not everyone living in capitalist countries supports the idea of capitalism. It's not like we can just leave the country.


its as simple as driving off to canada or mexico...
#21
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its as simple as driving off to canada or mexico...

..Which are both also mixed economies, just like the US.
#22
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its as simple as driving off to canada or mexico...


Ironically Canada and Mexico are some of the worst places ever.
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#23
mexico maybe, but canada has milk in bags.
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#24
to be honest it really pisses me off that they buy a t-shirt with a picture of a murderer on it, then say "he's a freedom fighter" as an excuse. murdering your own people if they do something you don't like isn't freedom fighting.
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#25
Quote by Spamwise
...

Not everyone living in capitalist countries supports the idea of capitalism. It's not like we can just leave the country.


Thats why i felt obliged to put the word "democratic" in front of NA. I understand that there are actual registered communist parties all over that participate in elections and whatnot.
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#29
A lot of posers wear them.... people who dont even know who he was. he was a communist and a murderer. I bet if people knew that they wouldnt go wearing his face around everywhere with the way our society is so communist-phobic, lol...
#31
Quote by YakunaAi
You do realize that he is acting?...

No ****? Acting like a tool. Even worse.

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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.
#32
Quote by Jesse Mrau
I am declaring Che shirts a silly thing!
This shirt is far better:
*Hitler shirt*




I would buy one.
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#33
Quote by DZCunuck
Thats why i felt obliged to put the word "democratic" in front of NA. I understand that there are actual registered communist parties all over that participate in elections and whatnot.

Few states in the US even include the communist party on the ballot. That's not a surprise, though, considering all the anti-communism propaganda that has been spoon-fed since the start of the Cold War. I'm not a communist, by the way.
#34
Quote by YakunaAi
Ironically Canada and Mexico are some of the worst places ever.


huh?!

ranked as a better place to live in then your country actually...
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#35
Quote by Dr.Pain-MD
No ****? Acting like a tool. Even worse.


...Yet you called him a tool... When he is only acting like one... I find you unknowledgable.
At the end of the day...
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#37
Quote by Victory2134
Everyone knows that communists are broadcasting a constant subliminal message to buy their shirts because it's good for business.

i dunno man... but i feel that Fidel Castro tshirts will become all the rage in a few years...

*probably true*
#38
Quote by DZCunuck
huh?!

ranked as a better place to live in then your country actually...


Ranked by Canadians?
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#39
Quote by YakunaAi
...Yet you called him a tool... When he is only acting like one... I find you unknowledgable.


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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.
#40
Quote by YakunaAi
Ironically Canada and Mexico are some of the worst places ever.

*Ahem*
Under the category of High Human Development:
Canada is currently ranked at #3 on the Human Development Index.
United States is currently ranked at #15.

Link: http://hdr.undp.org/en/statistics/
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