This silly shirt started international outrage and an eventual free speech federal court case when the National Security Agency issued Dan McCall with cease and desist orders for this joke, claiming that he needed special permission from then NSA director Keith Alexander to sell these t-shirts. He sued, and won!
Now this shirt is our little symbol of how even a silly joke can be used to stand up for free speech.
A stylish spin on the classic baseball raglan. The combed cotton blend makes it super soft, comfortable, and lightweight.
• ¾ sleeve raglan shirt
• 100% ringspun cotton (Heather Grey 90% cotton/10% polyester, Heather Denim 50% cotton/50% polyester)
• Ribbed neckband
|Width (inches)||15 ½||17 ½||19 ½||21 ½||23 ½||25 ½|
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