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Two new O'Really products from Cash'n'Carrion

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There's good news this crisp autumnal Monday for all aficionados of O'Really. The latest additions to the Cash'n'Carrion O'Really range are the provocative Tracing Spammers and Windows NT User Obliteration.

O'Really Tracing Spammers and Windows NT User Obliteration

As ever, the message is delivered on a 100 per cent premium cotton t-shirt, available in Medium and Extra Large. They go out at £10.21, that's £12.00 inc VAT. So, if you'd like to make your feelings on spam known, or have a particular penchant for Windows NT, then these will help you get your point across.



Remember, we still have the O'Really favourites Distributing Clue to Users, Snooping Email for Fun and Profit and Practical Unix Terrorism available to brighten up the office Xmas party. Enjoy the complete range here. ®

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