*The truth behind Tetris, as explained on a nifty t-shirt
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The truth behind Tetris, as explained on a nifty t-shirt

11:00 PM on 07.13.2010  ·  Jordan Devore@DtoidJordan
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It's officially reached that period in time when the day crew has run out of things to talk about. You know, the point where we find quirky, questionable-to-some stories before Conrad shows up to save the day. Yep, it's also known as Shirt Time. Or so the legends say.

"Let the Game Continue" by Eduardo San Gil is today's contender. It's currently being offered at Threadless for the usual $18 asking price. I'm pretty sure if you buy the shirt, you'll spontaneously become happy whenever you stand next to a crummy brick wall.

And for those of you wondering about the irrelevant thumbnail for this post as shown on the summary/mobile version of the site, just know a completely separate article fell through, and this was the backup. I couldn't let the picture go to waste. /Man behind the curtains

 
 

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