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The Sincerest Form of Flattery

Artist and businessman Ray Chavez recently silkscreened an idea too good not to steal. You can pick up the original Pinche Bush T-shirt and its Valentine variation, Pinche Cupid, at On Main (120 W. Mistletoe, 737-2323). Here are six more versions for which we’d happily plunk down $12 “plus Bush and Perry tax.” (Cupid’s design is a little more elaborate and runs $15+.)

(left) Helotes mulch fire, who’s yer daddy? (right) It’s not censorship. It’s selective rationalization based on community standards and belly buttons.

(left) This T-shirt must be accompanied by an 18-by-24-inch poster. Please be prepared to present ID. (right) Trans-Texas Corridor: They build it; you pay for it. Again. And again. And again. 

(left) Faith. (right) Look for a late-February faux-alt, courtesy of the folks who brought you Bonilla, the Lame Endorsement and Bonilla, the Lame Endorsement 2.


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