Be A Real Political Geek, Buy The </bush> T-Shirt

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In the comments section of the post about the geekiest protest sign, Clara points out that sells a t-shirt with the end Bush tag (seen below).

End Bush T-Shirt

Tell them Haacked sent ya (not that I know those people).

As to the question whether this is XHTML, HTML, XML, SGML compliant? Who really gives a flying fuck? I mean c’mon people, get a freakin’ life! The real question is why choose a serif font over a sans-serif? ;)

For you real geeks: 0x3c 0x2F 0x62 0x75 0x73 0x68 0x3E

UPDATE: Oh, and this shirt is an XHTML compliant end tag (unlike the protest sign) assuming it is preceded by a start tag. According to Section 4.2 of the W3C recommendation, Element and attribute names must all be in lowercase.

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  1. Avatar for Fizzle
    Fizzle August 31st, 2004

    Hey, good point. What an ugly font!

    Like I said over there, I think the idea is that the start tag was in 2000.

  2. Avatar for Haacked
    Haacked August 31st, 2004

    I absolutely agree. And now is the time for the end tag.

  3. Avatar for ollie
    ollie December 6th, 2004

    Urgh, I think it's XML, because the bush element was not declared in the xhtml recommendation. Also it would be more wise to create tag like president with an attribute like name. This offers more flexibilty in changing the name of the president. :-)

    Unless you appreciate the name bush over the title president...