Mass Quantities of Code

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Anyone got any code? Long known as a home of innovation, Silicon Valley is now known for something else: spreading the use of mass quantities of code. Code, also known as "zeros 'n ones" or "lines," is fast becoming a full-blown epidemic, even in small towns.

It started harmlessly in the 60s. Groups of engineers would grow their own binary data feeds for recreational use. That was followed by use of the occasional punch card or mainframe. But pretty soon, hardcore users could no longer get the throughput – or "fix" – they were chasing.

During the late 70s and 80s, code appeared in the mainstream in a more purified state called "microcomputing." But it wasn't until the 90s, with Graphical User Interface (better known as "The Guey") that a younger and wider audience began using code.

Nowadays, kids can produce their own code using common household items like a cellphone, a laptop and some No-Doze. Scary times, man. Scary times.

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Product Type Unisex 100% Cotton T-Shirt

Neckline Crew Neck

Fit Fitted: Not Too Baggy, Not Too Tight. For a baggy fit, order a size up.

Fabric Content 100% Cotton, Sewn in Honduras, Digitally printed in USA



*Length measured from garment when it is laid flat

Designed by Us, From Scratch

Digitally Printed with State-of-the Art Technology

Made From the Softest 100% Cotton Fabric

Finished With an Interior Neck Print Instead of a Tag


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