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Cash'n'Carrion It's been a while, but we're delighted to announce today the immediate availability of some all-new, geek-magnet El Reg apparel.

The new line-up does, we confess, include a reissue of our "Warhol" montage classic (left) - back through popular demand and now inexplicably renamed "Who's a Pretty Boy then".

Those new Cash'n'Carrion t-shirt logos in full

Next up, we have the splendid "Hard Wear" (centre), actually presented in three choices of colour on black, rather than the white background seen here. Pick from: Hot Pink; Lime Green; and Silver-Grey.

And finally, why not try on for size our stylish Seek the Truth? You know it makes sense.

All the above are, as always, printed an a premium 100 per cent cotton shirt, and available in Large, Extra Large or XXL. They go out at £12.75 ex vat (£14.99 inc), a small price to pay for the kind of rispek these shirts will command.

Oh yes, and the C'n'C team asked us to point out that their Big January Sale is still offering bargain-hungry punters some top savings, including the entire O'Really range at £4.99 a pop, or BOFH kit at knock-down prices. Happy shopping. ®

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