Rhinos have pretty bad eyesight, can't keep up with current events, are very reactionary, and can't hold a pen, but even they can tell that the choice we're going to have to make in November is between war & pestilence...or worse.
An old fractal flame from my DA days, updated and captioned. I want to wear this to physical therapy. I don't find much disability, polypharmacy, chronic illness awareness clothing, unless we're talking about stuff with velcro closures and fancy lime-green tennis balls for walkers. I can't compete with that, but oh well. Oh, don't buy this for kids. Geez. I'm disabling that option, kids need cheerful stuff like Hello Kitty and Thomas the Tank Engine, through age 19 at least. I wouldn't wear this shirt through airports, either, but then I don't go to airports anyway. It's about chronic illness and pain, folks, that's all. Hey, you'd really help me out if you buy this shirt, but if you're paying copays and premiums like me, you probably can't.
Nod to Eric Carle whose caterpillar has a yen to be a good citizen and vote, but is being presented with the most awful candidates ever. Libertarians? They'd finish gutting NASA and most hard scientific and medical research, and there ARE things government can do better than anyone else, like speed resources to a kid with a developmental disorder while it's still early enough to maybe do something about it.
I've had a headache continuously since mid-January. I don't know how much longer I can stand it. Is this better than the other one? maybe a little less likely to be misinterpreted? This is the same fractal I used for my other chronic pain t-shirt. I wonder if the other one can be misunderstood. This one, well, not so much.
I figure if aliens exist, they are more careful with their planet. This is high summer--snow still clinging to the very highest peaks, so it's all high forest, fed from spring to autumn by continuous snowmelt.