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It's a valid point, as far as I remember that "hate army" shirt was one of three shirts he trialled out when first joining teespring. The number of sales was laughable (before he removed this feature). If it's in the past I doubt teespring will care much.Ehm, that dood is linking to https://teespring.com/dspjersey?tsmac=store&tsmic=dspgamings-teespring-store#pid=369&cid=6513&sid=front (main page: https://teespring.com/stores/dspgamings-teespring-store), which as far as I know isn't DSP's store. He uses https://teespring.com/stores/dspgaming.
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Also: the shirts he's talking about in that tweet can't be found on DSP's "real" store page.
He would probably make his years worth of Teespring money during his rant about being banned. Didn't like secret life's forced grass root Twitter campaign to get Phil off of twitch and this is just a dumber version of that. Don't like Phil but who cares if he sells 5 t-shirts a year. Sidella has to have something to wear when his Sora suit is in the wash.Doubt much will come of this. Teespring has been usually very inactive for Phil so even if he loses it, won't affect much financially.
Any number that starts with “8” is a hate number, didn’t you know?Why even bother? Phil gets almost no shirt sales to begin with. While we're at it, the number 86 isn't a Nazi code, that would be 88; 86 is just a reference to something being removed/no longer available, or in Phil's case, banned.