How Do You Get Yourself a Handsome reason Polo?

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Like the one Glenn Harlan Roberts Reynolds is wearing for his modeling shoot over to the left?

Well, you can't, at least in the color black (as far as I can tell).

However! Cafe Press has this shirt in white, plus yer baseball jersey, "classic thong" (made in the USA!), infant creeper, and much much more, all at our reasonably priced Cafe Press store.

Better yet, you freeloading "Internet generation" types should subscribe to the damned magazine already, for the so-low-it's-sinful price of $19.97 per year. Those who are already signed up will soon be receiving a handsome May issue that will stun you about the way the trillion-dollar war is being financed, outrage you at how an innocent family was imprisoned based on the testimony of jailhouse snitches, and change the very way you think about the production of energy (let alone the powering of monolithic desert art-slugs). Do it, and soon enough, photographers will be staking you out the balcony of your vacation getaways.

NEXT: Counting to Five in D.C. v. Heller

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  1. Better yet, you freeloading “Internet generation” types should subscribe to the damned magazine already, for the so-low-it’s-sinful price of $19.97 per year.

    Well, you obviously are out of touch with my generation. You really do need that intern.

  2. Whoa. That thong. All kinds of scary images fill my head.

  3. The thong is for the cosmotarians I guess.

  4. The golf shirt would look better with just the “r” logo.

  5. our reasonably priced Cafe Press store.

    Drink!

    Out of your Reason beer stein, if you’ve got one.

  6. “May issue that will stun you about the way the trillion-dollar war is being financed”

    I’m not sure if that’s a reason to keep my subscription or get rid of it. I hear ignorance is bliss. 🙂

  7. How many (reason) photographers does it take to take a picture? And we criticize government for inefficiencies?

  8. I’d subscribed for years, but, in the Intertubes Era, why pay when you can get it for free?
    Isn’t that what every publisher is wondering these days?

  9. Nothing is reasonably priced at Cafe Press.

    And, I already have a BLACK Reason polo shirt (and a Reason.tv coffee mug), so Nanny, Nanny, Goat!

  10. Reason (the print magazine) is the cow; Hit & Run is the milk.

  11. You cheap bastards need to belly up to the bar and get a print subscription. This is my most visited site, and I get a lot of information and entertainment from it, so I figure I might as well support them. It’s also nice to have a mag sitting on the coffee table that is bound to either piss off or confuse almost anybody that walks into the house.

    Welch- you need to get those shirts made in something other than white. I wear polo shirts to work every day and would have bought one by now if you did. I’m a slob and white shirts stain too easy.

  12. Hummm… on the one hand I don’t want to pay for stuff I get for free. On the other hand, it’s a small price to pay to get to threaten to cancel my subscription.

  13. Free minds, free markets, free Reason.
    Print media is a buggy whip.

  14. I’m more than happy to send $20/yr reason‘s way for the valuable journalism they do, but I don’t want any more dead trees mailed to my house. Is there a way to make that happen?

  15. Dr K, there is indeed a way to prevent dead trees from coming to your house.

    To subscribe to Reason magazine’s electronic edition, please go to:
    http://ee.reason.com

  16. You know, you could skip the magazine subscription and JUST SEND MONEY!

  17. I don’t subscribe because I feel obliged to use my Barnes and Nobel membership card so I can get a piddling 5% off newsstand price.

    Capitalism blows.

  18. I enjoy my dead tree version that comes to my mailbox every month! It makes me warm and fuzzy to read it in bed.

  19. Well-noted JLM. I think I’m going to subscribe some time by the end of this week. I wrote a Post-It note reminding me to. I had doubts first, but I find myself gradually coming to this site often so why not.

  20. Why the hell would you guys use Glenn Reynolds, of all people, as a model? Glenn Reynolds may have been an insightful person at one time, but now he’s just a cheerleader for a clusterfuck and unchecked executive power?

  21. It could have been worse. He could have been modeling the thong.

  22. I’m more than happy to send $20/yr reason’s way for the valuable journalism they do, but I don’t want any more dead trees mailed to my house. Is there a way to make that happen?

    Sure. Just send it to me. I’ll gladly act as the intermediary for not sending you a magazine.

    Just trying to help, reason!

  23. I love reason. Where else in the entire world would a whole bunch of people leave comments encompassing capitalism, environmentalism and everything else in response to a SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE???
    btw I plan to subscribe as soon as I have bought the coffee table to put it on.

  24. Hey taktix: we believe in capitalism here; you should offer to supply that intermediation service at the cheap price of 1.95/month!

  25. http://www.break.com/pictures/reason-vs-faith473265.html

    Nothing to do with the thread but very nice anyway. Yes it is SFW

  26. Doktor T on point. well challenged.

  27. I subscribe to the print version because I like to read while I’m taking a shit.

    Polo shirts are for sucks. Why not a straight-up T-shirt with just the stylized “r”?

  28. “Polo shirts are for sucks.”

    Generally I agree, but I have to dress “business casual” at work. Polo shirts fit the bill.

  29. Whoa. 21 bucks for a t-shirt? Tell me that Reason gets a substantial cut and I might consider it.

    And I’m with Epi. Laptops on the john burn me legs. Besides, I like to take my old Reasons and seed the magazine box in the cardio room, usually filled with MSM rags, at my Y. I feel so rebelious doing it.

  30. I did have a print subscription for about fifteen years. Then Virginia Postrel left, Nick Gillespie took over, and the quality of the magazine took a nosedive. I let my subscription lapse.

  31. Cafe Press is a rip … For Reason to make any money off of stuff they’d have to mark it way up. I have let me subscription lapse though, and I keep meaning to renew.. Maybe if they through in a girl-cut shirt I’d do free advertising for them 😉

  32. I did have a print subscription for about fifteen years. Then Virginia Postrel left, Nick Gillespie took over, and the quality of the magazine took a nosedive. I let my subscription lapse.

    Drink!

  33. I enjoy my dead tree version that comes to my mailbox every month! It makes me warm and fuzzy to read it in bed.

    While wearing your thong?

    How is a thong “classic?” What other kind is there?

    It’s going to be a loooooong day.

  34. I have had a print subscription for longer than some of you have been alive!

  35. VM-

    I may have gotten a point, but I think the dude without a dog scored the 3-pointer.

  36. How is a thong “classic?” What other kind is there?

    The kind all decorated with sequins and rhinestones and appliques and other stripper paraphernalia. Thong history disproves the theory of evolution: they were (un)intelligently designed.

  37. Whoa. 21 bucks for a t-shirt? Tell me that Reason gets a substantial cut and I might consider it.

    I told you there were no good deals at Cafe Press. And no, Reason probably doesn’t get a significant portion of the proceeds.

    There are no economies of scale at Cafe Press, each order is processed and printed individually, which is why the stuff costs so much. Nice for little guys who want to sell a few coffee mugs that say TWC on them, but pricey, non-the-less.

  38. Actually Tee, I think he’s the guy without the dog.

  39. thoreau,

    good to see that we are all ‘single issue’ voters now! (pro/anti war – nothing else matters?)

  40. It could have been worse. He could have been modeling the thong.

    What a mental image. Now I need to take a brillo pad to scrub my brain.

  41. In a spirit of amity, I’m sending Thoreau an autographed photo of myself modeling an InstaPundit thong.

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