I let ThinkGeek.com "randomly" pick five t-shirts for me and I have a complaint: I got two of the same t-shirt. Granted, "randomness" dictates that this can happen, but I think ThinkGeek's random t-shirt picker should ensure against duplicates.
"Evil will always triumph because good is dumb. - DH"
The quote on this t-shirt came from the movie Spaceballs -- a 1987 science fiction parody directed/produced/written/starring Mel Brooks. DH is Lord Dark Helmet, which was played by Rick Moranis. [On 24 August 2010 I had yet to seen Spaceballs.]
"In Soviet Russia, zero divides by you!"
I found it refreshing to get a divide-by-zero t-shirt. It appears as though I would have been a non-zero in Soviet Russia.
The symbol Pi written in 4493 digits of Pi
I already had a blue version of this t-shirt, which I wear once a year on Pi Day (March 14th). My new Pi shirt is grey so maybe I'll go around with Pi on my chest more frequently. [Speaking of Pi (3.14159265+)... 5 trillion digits of Pi was calculated during the summer of 2010.]
Note: First, I suspect ThinkGeek does not randomly select t-shirts from their entire collection, but instead they pick from a batch of t-shirts that they want to get out of the warehouse. Second, I suspect ThinkGeek's software uses an off-the-shelf pseudo-random number generator.
Creator: Gerald Thurman
Created: 24 August 2010