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Road Work Ahead

Hello!

If you’re a Road Work fan, welcome to Mediocritee! What we do here is pretty simple. Every Monday at 11am eastern, we put up two shirt designs. Both designs are variations on one theme, by the same artist. Sometimes the variations are wildly different. Sometimes they’re very slightly different. Sometimes there’s way more than two variations. Like a great podcast, the initial concept is really just a starting point.

If you’re a Mediocritee fan, be sure to check out Road Work, a delightful podcast on the 5by5 network, hosted by Dan Benjamin John Roderick.

If you’re a fan of both Mediocritee and Road Work, wow, what a dope day this must be for you!

If you’ve been typing in random URLs and checking what pops up, only to arrive here… are you okay? Do you want to maybe call a loved one? We imagine you’ve seen some things you’d like to forget.

We’ve got two shirts here: one of a straightforward alternative logo, the other of one of Dan and John’s catchphrases, “the Going Places Gang.” They are several-sizes-fit-all, collarless collared shirts. You can get however many you want for $25 each, and $5 for shipping the order.

After you buy them, what you do is up to you. Wearing them is a popular option. But if you want to DIY them into a couple cloth necklaces and a set of thin dishtowels, go for it. We don’t even mind.

Really, though, we should let you get back to your podcast. We imagine you hit pause and came right here as soon as they read the URL. But if you didn’t–if you just let it play while you read this–and now you’re a bit confused, just know this: we’re the ones talking about shirts.

Road Work Tees by John Roderick and Dan Benjamin

America’s top two podcast personalities are finally coming together in one podcasting event that will change the way you think about podcasting forever! Like a rock skipping over the placid waters of an alpine lake, Dan and John are all too well aware that this burst of kinetic energy will ultimately deposit them, like all human effort, at rest in the icy depths where no light can penetrate. Until then, they mean to thrill to the chase! To soak up the remaining light and banish thoughts of tomorrow! EXCELSIOR!

Truck shirt designed by Andrey Danilov; Going Places shirt designed by Haddie Cooke.

Road Work Ahead

Hello!

If you’re a Road Work fan, welcome to Mediocritee! What we do here is pretty simple. Every Monday at 11am eastern, we put up two shirt designs. Both designs are variations on one theme, by the same artist. Sometimes the variations are wildly different. Sometimes they’re very slightly different. Sometimes there’s way more than two variations. Like a great podcast, the initial concept is really just a starting point.

If you’re a Mediocritee fan, be sure to check out Road Work, a delightful podcast on the 5by5 network, hosted by Dan Benjamin John Roderick.

If you’re a fan of both Mediocritee and Road Work, wow, what a dope day this must be for you!

If you’ve been typing in random URLs and checking what pops up, only to arrive here… are you okay? Do you want to maybe call a loved one? We imagine you’ve seen some things you’d like to forget.

We’ve got two shirts here: one of a straightforward alternative logo, the other of one of Dan and John’s catchphrases, “the Going Places Gang.” They are several-sizes-fit-all, collarless collared shirts. You can get however many you want for $25 each, and $5 for shipping the order.

After you buy them, what you do is up to you. Wearing them is a popular option. But if you want to DIY them into a couple cloth necklaces and a set of thin dishtowels, go for it. We don’t even mind.

Really, though, we should let you get back to your podcast. We imagine you hit pause and came right here as soon as they read the URL. But if you didn’t–if you just let it play while you read this–and now you’re a bit confused, just know this: we’re the ones talking about shirts.

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