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So this ad for a Travis Kelce / Tyreek Hill /  DeMarcus Robinson tshirt.  It was interesting to me because Robinson has only started a handful of games and has only 12 catches in his career. I wonder who outside of Robinson's family is looking to buy that shirt.  But there are probably more looking to buy that shirt than some of these other shirts I found.



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There are some pretty cool shirts there too if you're interested.
https://www.500level.com/collections/kan...um-t-shirt 

I might get me an Eric Berry shirt.

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I have to go home and take a pic of a shirt I have that I really dont think anyone else has
(11-10-2017, 03:44 PM)HG Wrote: [ -> ]I have to go home and take a pic of a shirt I have that I really dont think anyone else has

Is it the "This is your brain on drugs" one?

Also, what size do you wear so I can get you a Charcandrick West shirt? You know, for Christmas.
BTW, more than likely at least some of these shirts are entirely generated by computer algorithms. They generate the shirt by scanning for commonly used words and names (Robinson was mentioned a lot when Maclin was cut), and created using common images applied to templates. This is becoming a lot more common. Here's some examples using the Pepsi logo as a template.

There may be some element of human quality control, and humans create the initial template, but the actual act of designing the shirt is very hands off.
(11-10-2017, 04:35 PM)asskickingboots Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-10-2017, 03:44 PM)HG Wrote: [ -> ]I have to go home and take a pic of a shirt I have that I really dont think anyone else has

Is it the "This is your brain on drugs" one?

Also, what size do you wear so I can get you a Charcandrick West shirt? You know, for Christmas.

No it is not.
(11-10-2017, 04:51 PM)asskickingboots Wrote: [ -> ]BTW, more than likely at least some of these shirts are entirely generated by computer algorithms. They generate the shirt by scanning for commonly used words and names (Robinson was mentioned a lot when Maclin was cut), and created using common images applied to templates. This is becoming a lot more common. Here's some examples using the Pepsi logo as a template.

There may be some element of human quality control, and humans create the initial template, but the actual act of designing the shirt is very hands off.

You’re probably right. But, it was a Facebook ad.



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I got my dad this one:

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