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Are these available for distribution?
I was about to order some but they wanted to charge me $30 shipping on a $50 order. Are these artisanal stickers shipped by bike courier? From Antarctica?
Hey, at least you're not in the UK. When one admits to an American website that one lives in the mythical land of "Rest of World", a zero or two effortlessly appears on the end of the delivery cost. Apparently USPS is not an option, because Rest of World is a lawless country full of pirates and other dangerous criminals who want to steal rare exotica such as mass-produced books and DVDs, and only a UPS or FedEx man riding a B52 spraying Scud missiles could possibly get it to me intact. Don't forget to allow 28 days for delivery!
It is at this point I think "bollocks to that" and close the window, then check out eBay or Amazon Marketplace and often find some shady outfit who are not only cheaper, but even offer free international shipping. The wotsit will then wing its way to me via China Post and Royal Mail and flop through my letterbox within the week.
I then start to understand why the USA has an ever-widening trade deficit.
Yeah, our shipping rates on merch for furriners are kind of ridiculous, but that's what it actually costs us. But at least we charge per package instead of per item, because the reality is that tossing a stack of stickers in wih a t-shirt costs nothing more to ship.
We've had good luck with stickerguy.com. Good quality, free shipping, relatively cheap per piece. Long turnaround times and limited color/shape options for the cheapies though.
Related: Giant Windshield stickers for Russian Dbag drivers.
Combatting 'car privilege' one sticker at a time!
If you don't have any stickers, there's always your house key!
I've always wanted a pointy spring steel thing to extend my rear axle beyond my handlebars. Maybe one long enough to enforce the 3' passing distance law.
That and a gun that fires rusty nails. Something that will immobilize a car and be plausibly deniable.
If you're going to fire something from your bike, consider ceramic fragments
Time for some Snowcrash sticker slapping!
Bike shoes with Lotte Lenya knife for tire popping.
I'd love for these guys to provide an "I parked on the sidewalk" version of the sticker! You'll need both of these in San Francisco if you want to call your utility belt complete.