I can remember going to sales conferences and having to buy a tote bag to bring back all the tee-shirts.
About ten years into my career, my wife tried to institute a rule of one tee shirt brought into the house required one tee shirt to leave the house.
That didn't work because I got attached to my tee-shirts.
When I worked in higher education we would create tee shirts for each campus. That meant you could have dozens of tee shirts during one summer.
For a brief moment today when I was cleaning out my tee shirt horde, I dreamed of making some extra retirement money out of my valued shirts, many of which were never even worn since there were so many.
Then my wife got on eBay and found plenty of Apple tee-shirts for sale, but almost no bids on them. That burst my bubble pretty quickly.
Perhaps you had to have taken an extra dose of the Apple Koolaide to really love the tee-shirts. I thought they were great and a really fun part of the company until there only black ones.
After figuring out that the tee-shirts weren't going to help my IRA, we packed them up and called the local Mac User group.
The head of the group was really excited to get them. If nothing else he thought it would a real trip down memory lane for some of the users who had been around a long time.
I guess it could be a history lesson for the new users.
I kept a few of my absolute favorites like my "Moof" shirt which is at our other house and my PowerPC shirt which is one of the ones in the web gallery of tee shirt photos that I created.
I wonder how many of you remember eWorld and actually used it?