If you must make shirts...
Please have some sort of quality control department. I cannot count how many reprints I’ve had to get from shirt.woot due to incorrect screen printing. Crooked graphics, color bleeding, missing colors, etc. I’m sure @narfcake has seen worse.
There’s nothing worse than waiting a week to get your shiny new cat shirt only to open the package and be disappointed because it is screwed up. I know that QC takes time, money and resources, and I’m not suggesting that woot had none, but even some of my meh.com shirts were printed incorrectly. It would be nice to not have to deal with that as often.
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