The first hundred days

“Look at all these Obama t-shirts,” Kate said as we were walking up Yonge Street the other night. “Every one of them’s got a different slogan under his picture.”

“Yeah,” I said. “I guess there’s no shortage of inspiring words that you can put on a shirt with his face.”

“You know what?” she said. “Somebody should do a website that’s just pictures of Barack Obama, followed by a bunch of irrelevant nonsense words.”

Long story short, we just launched Check it out.

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3 Responses to “The first hundred days”

  1. Kate says:

    You forgot ‘irrelevant but awesome’ words.

    That’s important. You can’t just pair that face with ‘drain’ or ‘corporation’.

  2. Kate says:

    Unless it was a really inspiring drain, of course.

  3. Matt says:

    Hmmm… It might be interesting to see how many words can be made inspiring just by virtue of being worked into that image.