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TechnoDepot Binary t-shirt back on the shelves

There are 10 types of people in the world...

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That TechnoDepot binary shirt in fullCash'n'Carrion Thanks very much to all those kit-hungry customers who wrote in to express an immediate desire to purchase the TechnoDepot Binary t-shirt which sold out during our Cash'n'Carrion pre-Xmas orgy of e-commerce.

Well, you wait is over - we have fully restocked this particular item which offers: "There are 10 types of people in the world. Those who understand binary and those who don't."

As the blurb notes: "Of course those who don't won't have a clue what this means and will give you a curiously baffled look..." Quite right too. You can get the TechnoDepot Binary offering right now, right here for £12.76 (£14.99 inc VAT) in sizes ranging from medium to XXXL.

The full range of TechnoDepot apparel is available for perusal here, including the ever-popular Mac OSX. I’ve upped my standards. Up yours and tell-it-like-it-is Read the F***ing Manual!. Happy shopping. ®

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