Dystopia Dark Lager

You may want a definition first:

A dystopia (from the Greek δυσ- and τόπος, alternatively, cacotopia,[1] kakotopia, cackotopia, or anti-utopia) is the vision of a society in which conditions of life are miserable and characterized by poverty, oppression, war, violence, disease, pollution, and/or the abridgement of human rights, resulting in widespread unhappiness, suffering, and other kinds of pain.

Mad Max 2 (aka The Road Warrior) was released in 1981.

damn you and your ability to find shirts faster then me. mmmmmmmmmmm i love beer especially dark beer its like every new dark beer you try its got a different taste and now i want some. thanks woot

Will go nice with Zombeer.

eh, not really feeling this

pass

have a keener memory. Eat more YAY! Broccoli.

why woot??? why???

are you trying to tease me that i have to wait another 15 days to legally try this delicious looking shirt on??? huh? huh?

just kidding. if i hadnt just bought myself and my mom a t-shirt i would so be in for one…and yes in 15 days ill be 21 …finally!!

Zoooom. Thats the sound of the reference going right over my head. That’d explain the truck and the dog. haha. I guess it has been a few years since I’ve seen that film.

I just may get this. I’m partial to ales but I was born in 1981, because that matters when selecting a fake beer label t-shirt. I’ll sleep on it.

Woot is doing a good job of taking my money. midi mixer yesterday, sweet shirt today. i almost kinda don’t wanna check tomorrow…

Another Blair Sayer that I will regret not buying tonight.

like this one:

and a good reason to drink

dude… when was this?? that ones wicked!

i believe the description is referring to dystopian movies, (it mentions two) not dystopian novels, even though novels are a much deeper resource.

dystopian movies, i feel, have a charm that is missing from most dystopian books, (does snow crash count?). most D novels are preachy and grossly inaccessable for those who dont immediately buy into the philosophy right off the bat. some of them just beat you over the head with hamfisted messages (does atlas shrugged count?)

D movies on the other hand, for the most part, are charming. most of them have specific villans instead of entire societies which makes them much more accessable. almost all of them are only semi believable probably due to the fact that they can really show entire ruined societies, at least the older ones. some of them are completely awesome. not that i am speaking out against books, i prefer reading. its just that some themes and styles work better on one medium rather than another. that being said, im in for one, and i would love to know where i can get my hands on that zombeer shirt

“Death Drinks a Mai Tai”

When shirt woot gets around to re-releasing the best shirts ever reckoned, I’ll get one.

February 11, 2008
check the backlog

Great! Nabbed one. Ought to go well alternating with my “Living Dead” beer (yeah, like I can remember exactly what it is/was called) woot-shirt.

I totally get what you’re saying I think…and if i’m right it’s this: “Yes you do have to be completely hammered to wear this, that way you can match your shirt! You’ll both look dumb!”.

Maybe I didn’t hit the nail right on the head…maybe I did.

No thanks for fake beer that is all about the bad things in life. When I kick back I have a nice cold one and if any thinking is involved, well, you guessed it, I think about the good times.

pass

Six-String Samurai had Toilet Water. Not necessarily beer, but certainly not pills. I think, no matter how bad things get, there’ll always be beer. thinks about putting that on a shirt sometime

I just don’t get it.