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Old 2020-08-09, 02:54   #1
qtai
 
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Aug 2019
Ithaca, NY

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Talking A math pun shirt

Here's a shirt that says "What's a map for a field trip/ a field automorphism" and I'm trying to make a group order so that individual shirts become cheaper. Would anyone be interested?

https://www.customink.com/g/guj0-00ca-dnad

If you want some, you can make an order, put your email address, and put that you are from GIMPS in the "leave a note" field; I'll contact you for payment later. (this is because I'm also sending the group order link to kids I'm teaching, and I need to know who I should collect payment from)

The shirts come out to $8 - $10 depending on how many people order. The $8.41 estimation is for 30 shirts.
  • If you want it shipped to somewhere in US, please have it shipped to you directly; shipping is $4.99, and there could be sales tax.
  • For locations not in US, you can have it shipped to me and leave the desired address in the "leave a note" field. Shipping will be ~ $7.32 or $8.31 depending on the size of the shirt and your location (I'm using USPS).

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