This amazing shirt from the 1992 Kentucky Derby costs $ 60.00, which is upsetting me more and more by the minute. I want this shirt shipped to me right now, but at that price and at my current hourly wage it isn’t really a wise purchase.
My only option is to find a new job or find a way to convince the online retailer that I’m the only person who will wear this shirt.
If I was in Washington and held a position of power I would institute a law that says all previously worn t-shirts can be sold for no more than 10 dollars. Great t-shirts should be passed down from one person to the next like a good book or chocolate chip cookie recipe, not available only to the 1%. I recognize that this idea flies in the face of capitalism, but maybe we can make an exception for t-shirts.
Apologies for online pouting.