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  • design #1

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • design #2

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • design #3

    Votes: 6 40.0%
  • design #4

    Votes: 4 26.7%
  • design #5

    Votes: 1 6.7%
  • design #6

    Votes: 2 13.3%

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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
All print will be in white and red just like on the designs.The OHTTORA logo will be on the front left chest and the choosen design on the back.
Thanks to everyone that submitted designs.


The choices are.
#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

#6

Logo for front left chest area


After you vote for a design please vote for a color.
http://www.tacomaterritory.com/forum/showpost.php?p=617574&postcount=1
 

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RedRunnertc said:
So, we're kinda voting on whether we want the shirt to show Una's, Joe's, or Terry's truck? LOL
did you submitt anything? :flipoff2: :xcrybaby:
 

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No, I didn't submit anything. I'm an enginerd - not a mamby-pamby-granola-eating-tree-hugger-arteest.

Besides - all my cool pix aren't in Ohio anymore (since Moab and other real trails are so close now suckers) LOL
 

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Discussion Starter #8 (Edited)
Poll will end on Friday 12-8-06 at noon.



Mike that would be December 8,2006
that is the 12th month the one after November(this month)
the 8th day the one after the 7th day
2006 this year :D
 

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RedRunnertc said:
Yeah, Mike MM-DD-YY is generally accepted as the standard date format here in the US.

What format do they use on the planet you're from? :rofl:
x2 some people:rolleyes::slap::rofl:
 

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RedRunnertc said:
Yeah, Mike MM-DD-YY is generally accepted as the standard date format here in the US.

What format do they use on the planet you're from? :rofl:
proper format for logging files on computer (so they stay in order of date) is YYYY-MM-DD

I have been doing this since I got a dos based computer in the early 90's

also, it is the ISO standard (from around the time the y2k bug became an issue)

see ISO 8601 Date/Time formats if you have any questions
 

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SuperPoser said:
proper format for logging files on computer (so they stay in order of date) is YYYY-MM-DD

I have been doing this since I got a dos based computer in the early 90's

also, it is the ISO standard (from around the time the y2k bug became an issue)

see ISO 8601 Date/Time formats if you have any questions
at least use 4 digit years...

to screw things up... different parts of the world would use tomorrow's date...

07/12/06 -- thats dd/mm/yy incase you missed it...
this was the european standard prior to adopting ISO 8601...

many places in the US are using the iso standard, however not everyone...
most places in the US do at least use a 4 digit year since the y2k issues...
 

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RedRunnertc said:
Yeah, Mike MM-DD-YY is generally accepted as the standard date format here in the US.
don't worry,
I've had to inform/correct two of my bosses who thought the same thing...
 
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