Behold, Commerce!


Pictured above is the first semi-amusing piece of merchandise to come out of Kramergate. While other T-shirts exploiting the scandal make reference to previous scandals ("Michael Richards Doesn't Care About Black People") or tiresome anti-racist punning (Ku Klux Kramer), this shirt gets it right: It refers directly to one of Richards' key lines in his rant against the oppression of black hecklers. "Fifty years ago you'd be hanging upside down with a fork up your ass!" quoth Richards. "If you can read this, please pull the fork out of my ass," quoth this shirt.