Want something (mostly) free?

I've done a new run of Comix Experience shirts, and I'm willing to send you one. Send a self-adressed priority mail envelope from the US Postal Service, properly affixed with postage (they sell stamps for the $3.85 price), and your shirt size to Comix Experience, 305 Divisadero St., San Francisco, CA, 94117, and I'll see what I can do.

I've not consulted any lawyers on this, hoping we can depend on people being rational and understnading this is a "being generous" thing, not a "contractual obligation" thing, and you can assume things like "no purchase neccessary" and "limit one per household" and "not responsible for lost or misdelivered packages" and "I can't guarantee that I won't run out of the size shirt you want" and whatever else that probably needs to be said, but I'm not saying because I'm not a goddamn lawyer! So, be rational, yes?