For a long time now, we’ve covered the costs of publishing Irregular Times by selling buttons and bumper stickers that support left-leaning politics and oppose right-leaning politics. These include stickers and buttons for left-leaning presidential candidates and against right-leaning presidential candidates. With the passing of
Today I received a spam e-mail message linking to the conservative website “NewsMax,” on which the following claim was made: What the Bible Says About Money (Shocking) Most people know Sean Hyman from his regular appearances on Fox Business, CNBC, and Bloomberg Television, but what
In the British Journal of Psychiatry, Heyman et al (2001) find a trend of rising numbers of cases of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) as people age out of childhood and into their early adult lives. What can explain this age trend? OCD Education Station writes about
Direct-to-Garment printer CafePress has a “Cultural Barometer” of sales records it’s been using to track trends of support for 2012 Republican presidential contenders. Here are the CafePress Barometer’s readings from November 14 through December 31 of 2011. Just a few days after the point of
We’re not rich or covertly backed by a conservative slush fund, so to help keep Irregular Times going we sell liberal and progressive bumper stickers. Back in March of this year, most of our best-selling stickers were centered around a particular policy theme, most often
In the month of August 2008, the following were our five best-selling bumper stickers: 1. Librarians Against Palin bumper sticker 2. People With One House Against McCain bumper sticker 3. Republicans for Barack Obama bumper sticker 4. I Like Obama, But is America Ready for
Update: as of November 2015 Skreened NOW DOES sell shirts made outside the United States, for whom compensation CANNOT be confirmed, and backed up only by the corporate front group FLA. WE CAN NO LONGER RECOMMEND SKREENED and WILL NO LONGER SELL WITH THEM. Skreened
For some time now, we’ve sold bumper stickers, buttons and made-in the USA shirts to cover the costs of putting up Irregular Times and make a bit of pin money on the side. Those pins and shirts and stickers number nearly 15,000 and cover a
For two weeks now, I’ve been reviewing the advertising service called Sellit ADPAK by using it and reporting the results. With two weeks of service left to go, I’ve only had 4 sales from the ADPAK, not yet enough to make back Sellit’s $14.99 fee.
At least that’s what I’m inclined to conclude given what’s on this box: VCept? A lifestyle antenna? With a skidskin base? Good Lord, just what is that man watching?
Documented: CafePress Shop Sales Posted as Marketplace Sales, To CafePress' Benefit. Check Your Reports!
On June 2, 2009, we at Irregular Times withdrew from one of the two ways of selling shirts, bumper stickers and buttons at the online merchandiser CafePress. On June 1, CafePress started charging customers more and (paying its graphic designers less) when purchases were made