Everybody Gets an Anthony Bourdain Shirt!
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What’s there to say about Anthony Bourdain that hasn’t been said? He was one of my personal heroes and helped inspire me to do what I do. I wrote a piece on my relationship with him right here. Tony was the patron saint of square pegs tired of being expected to fit into round holes and that’s why we’ve made this Anthony Bourdain shirt.
If you’ve noticed, we like to give out free shirts when icons pass away. We did this first with Prince, and then Muhammad Ali, Carrie Fisher, Leonard Cohen and more. All folks gotta do is pay for shipping, handling and cost of the shirt. I make $0 profit on these.
We do this because it’s awesome to literally put a shirt on someone’s back. But we also do it because we figure, if you get one shirt for free, maybe you’ll buy one of the other great things from the store as well (all orders over $40 get FREE shipping). Running a this site is expensive and every little bit helps. Regardless of whether or not folks end up buying other stuff though, it feels really good to be able to give something to people that they really love.
So enjoy this Anthony Bourdain shirt and wear it as a tribute to the man who showed us that you can be a rebel, do things your own way, and still be successful.
According to the CDC, suicide rates are up an astounding 25% in the past 20 years and up 30% in many states. This article goes into the many factors that led to this spike and offers some ways that as a society was can address this. One of the major things we can do is work on getting mental illness and depression out of the closet. We need to treat these things like the health concerns they are and not just expect people to deal with them on their own.
If you or someone you know may be considering suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (En Español: 1-888-628-9454; Deaf and Hard of Hearing: 1-800-799-4889) or the Crisis Text Line by texting 741741.