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The Blind Conscience

Design by Kimberley Kermode

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naaltie on May 17, 2012 at 12:00:20

I NEED this shirt. Lol. You must make more girly tees. Please!

Thunderbolt7 on Mar 9, 2012 at 17:42:35

Love this

lovewillsetusfree on Sep 9, 2011 at 18:59:39

breaking news: threadless responds: declines responsibility for its choices, points out that it is the responsibility of others to make decisions that are ecologically sound. chooses to continue exploitative use of natural resources and pollution of the environment. sad news for butterfly and dolphin lovers everywhere.
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"Thanks for emailing and for your feedback. That tee isn't printed on an organic cotton tee. We left it up to the organization that sponsors the challenge to choose whether or not they want to print on an organic tee and in this case they chose not to. We understand your concerns and hopefully we'll be able to offer more organic cotton tees in the future.

Ticket Information:
Ticket #: 15110-150064
Date Created: 09/08/11 03:31 AM CDT"

lovewillsetusfree on Sep 8, 2011 at 03:20:54

i received an email about this tee shirt from the climate reality project, and i immediately wanted to know if it was organic or not. basically i wanted to know if yall are backing up your talk with your walk. and right now it appears the answer is no. yall have beautiful art, and maybe a community business model()?()unsure(), but if yall are supporting this movement. you need to get on it. i became a member specifically to comment and back up the comment "Marelibar made on Aug 3, 2011 at 11:59:05 " like her i made the commitment to only buy used or organic...also freepiles and trade... because clothing (textile industries) have since their industrial beginning always been one of the largest polluters, disturbers and oppressors of the common wealth and wellbeing. i sincerely hope yall take this honestly and responsibly and feel about making some very pertinent business mode changes. some triple bottom line accounting would be my first suggestion. i love you, peace be love free. ~eric
quoted " Cool artwork.
In having an aware conscious, I sincerely hope the T-shirts you are selling are organic natural fiber. Polyester is plastic and I would imagine you know that has great environmental and climate impacts. Conventional cotton does a well, much more than most people know. Conventional cotton treats seeds with fungicides, insecticides, herbicides, pesticides, and synthetic fertilizers, wrong on many levels, but mostly made from oil byproducts. Those have a major effect on climate change. Intensive irrigation, arial spraying, and defoliation via toxic chemicals. All of these things are harmful to our world in many ways, and have a definite impact on climate change. My point is, I hope you have put thought into these things and are using organic natural fibers for your shirts. Thereby, practicing what you preach.
In my contribution to climate change I don't and won't purchase anything that is not organic."

ash.kirton on Sep 7, 2011 at 20:10:32

love it... the girls seem to like it to. added bonus

ash.kirton on Sep 7, 2011 at 20:10:32

love it... the girls seem to like it to. added bonus

ash.kirton on Sep 6, 2011 at 05:40:18

lovin my tee!

electric_method on Sep 2, 2011 at 20:40:42

This thing needs to be on creme! Awesome design though, beautiful use of colors!

Eagle3y3 on Aug 24, 2011 at 14:48:27

Nice design sadly it's in white

john2468321 on Aug 18, 2011 at 16:41:52

love this shirt
artwork is amazing and the meaning behind it is incredible

duff4623 on Aug 18, 2011 at 06:54:52

eh bro, take a chill pill kiwiwiwi.

we all need new clothes sometimes. maybe people will notice the message in this shirt and more good will be done for the environment than you wearing ya op shop threads everyday :)

shi6ma on Aug 16, 2011 at 09:08:16

I want to Open neck Tee!

kiwiwiwi on Aug 8, 2011 at 09:56:24

This is ridiculous. Just as putting an environmental sticker on a car makes no sense, please support REUSE and cutting BACK on consumption rather than selling people new Tshirts so they can advertise how "green" they are.

Cine28 on Aug 3, 2011 at 13:15:48

Nice but possibly a little less busy looking would be appealing as well.

Marelibar on Aug 3, 2011 at 11:59:05

Cool artwork.
In having an aware conscious, I sincerely hope the T-shirts you are selling are organic natural fiber. Polyester is plastic and I would imagine you know that has great environmental and climate impacts. Conventional cotton does a well, much more than most people know. Conventional cotton treats seeds with fungicides, insecticides, herbicides, pesticides, and synthetic fertilizers, wrong on many levels, but mostly made from oil byproducts. Those have a major effect on climate change. Intensive irrigation, arial spraying, and defoliation via toxic chemicals. All of these things are harmful to our world in many ways, and have a definite impact on climate change. My point is, I hope you have put thought into these things and are using organic natural fibers for your shirts. Thereby, practicing what you preach.
In my contribution to climate change I don't and won't purchase anything that is not organic.

The Blind Conscience
The Blind Conscience