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Design by Lacey Garcia

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This design is part of Threadless Causes, community-based design for the power of good.

25% of the sale of each tee will go to the Institute for Responsible Technology.

  • Garments printed with: plastisol ink, 2-color screen print and a chino additive for softness

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sharino11 on Nov 29, 2012 at 18:03:40

I love this for me, but I wish there was a cleaned up version for my kids to wear too.

meliskg on Jun 21, 2012 at 12:53:03


meliskg on Jun 21, 2012 at 12:48:27

PLEASE PRINT MORE FOR WOMEN!!! Such a great shirt, such a bummer that people can't buy them!

catchahealthyhabit on Apr 16, 2012 at 11:49:18

please please reprint. CT, Vermont are working hard to get GMO's labeled nd Cally will have labeling GMO's on the ballot in Nov. These shirts can help the conversation!
(Ndoki) please read Genetic Roulette by Jeffrey Smith. Norman Borlaug worked for Dupont and plant breeding and Genetically Modifying seed are not the same!!!!

Ndoki on Mar 19, 2012 at 22:45:52

Everyone is right. GMO's do not create higher yields!

That is, if you ignore findings from Science Magazine, the Union of Concerned Scientists, Norman Borlaug (who actually spent his life seeing the effects firsthand, and getting dozens of awards for it) and CropLife International. Here's an example: "A 2010 article supported by CropLife International summarised the results of 49 peer reviewed studies on GM crops worldwide. On average, farmers in developed countries experienced increase in yield of 6% and in underdeveloped countries of 29%. Tillage was decreased by 25–58% on herbicide resistant soybeans, insecticide applications on Bt crops were reduced by 14–76% and 72% of farmers worldwide experienced positive economic results"

Of course if you prefer to listen to people at the Organic Center, they'd tell you that it's not better, and of course they wouldn't be biased at all.

crazybluebunny on Mar 17, 2012 at 15:05:12

I like this shirt because its a total conversation starter. Lol. A messy one but yea

dobyblue on Feb 22, 2012 at 13:46:39

TerryBeri - that's exactly how I would have responded to adumba55 who is regurgitating the same old tired talking points industry uses that science simply does not support.

Ridiculous notion that GMO's can feed the world, only organic can.

Let's get these L, XL and 2XL sizes reprinted please!

ParadoxicalPenguins on Feb 21, 2012 at 12:34:15

It's like you read my mind and put it on a shirt! (Well, my mind doesn't think "OMG" or "WTF" but both are just as ridiculous as GMOs so it fits perfectly!!!) And it's in my size! I've been ranting about GMOs all day on facebook and now I've found this lovely shirt! My friends probably think I'm crazy, but maybe a few are learning something. :)

groovyghalia on Feb 18, 2012 at 16:36:57

love this! especially since gmo's are the main reason that cancer is prevailing..

nettlebeast on Feb 1, 2012 at 22:39:36

Strange coming from a site that has a "Meat is tasty, tasty murder" shirt in current print. Meat is some of the FILTHIEST food produced by these agribusiness pigs. No pun intended.

PeekabooIseeyou on Dec 5, 2011 at 17:29:45

Genetically modified orginizm Oh my god what the f*ck are we eating?... I dont get it...

lacers on Oct 27, 2011 at 18:42:30

Thanks to everyone for there kind words and I'm glad that this is causing a discussion about GMO's vs. real food. No matter where you are on the fence at least honest discussion is happening. Thanks again!

eribell on Oct 11, 2011 at 16:44:40

Witty design and a great message to boot. Love.

bigmclargehuge on Oct 8, 2011 at 19:02:20

Sciencephobia is going to ruin the world.

JFN on Oct 8, 2011 at 12:40:37

Thanks, Lucille. I was afraid of that. I'll pass on wearing one. I love the GMO OMG but the last part well -- it's not worth the money.