Tuesday, January 26, 2016

We interrupt our regular programming...

... for a brief message of shameless self-promotion.

Life on two wheels has a new logo that saw the light of day in early November.

Now that logo has made the giant leap from mere pixels to sew-able reality. DHL just now delivered my first ever batch of vanity patches.



Ma fingers goin' be achin' with sewin' fo' sure, fo' sure.


If you are similarly afflicted with an enormous ego, or if your ego is normal, but you've just been appointed Secretary of the local Harley Davidson hooligans' chapter, and you are in mortal fear of disappointing the other members with an order of poorly executed club patches, do as I did and put your faith in TheStudio.com.

I fully expect that you will be as blown away as I was with customer service to suit a king, an emperor, or a wild bunch of hooligan bikers. They paid me not one red cent for this endorsement.

Stellar service and top notch quality deserve to be shouted from the (virtual) rooftops.

13 comments:

  1. What are the patches for? Your riding gear?

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    1. Ah, well ya. I know it seems excessive. It turns out that patches are like movie theatre popcorn. The first ten are pricy, then for five bucks more you get 78.

      So I'll be sewing them on my riding jackets, and probably some other stuff. I have enough to last me... a long time.

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    1. I don't know what it is. I think I have a patch fetish.

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  3. David, I'm impressed! Nice design and I agree, great workmanship. I've had my own bumper sticker printed, friends have self published books. Will our creativity keep up with access and technologies so easily available?

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    1. Maybe that's what it is. Now anyone with the inclination has access to inexpensive or even free technology to produce and distribute movies worldwide, publish books, turn photos into watercolors or paint on canvas, make bumper stickers, or embroider patches. I guess younger folks just shrug and move on and I'm all like "Gee whiz! I can brand myself!"

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  4. Ooooh an actual logo.

    For some reason I have the theme song to the Jeffersons in my head.......

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    1. Ah yes... 'movin on up...'

      From your lips, to God's ears.

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  5. I always have admired a riding jacket with patches but despite my intentions I've never sewn one on my jacket. And I have a desk drawer full of them. One in particular, the Modern Vespa pirate patch seems perfect but still it sits.

    Your patch is pretty cool. And thanks for the heads up about The Studio. I've always thought I needed T shirts...

    Steve Williams
    Scooter in the Sticks

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    1. Steve I used to have that limited edition MV Pirate Patch. I gave it to Stephanie Yue when I met her this past summer. I couldn't think of anyone more worthy of sporting that patch. Talk about an adventurous spirit and guts that even some gutsy guys would envy.

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    2. Stephanie certainly has guts and stamina that I don't. I often think about trips like hers and say to myself "I want to do that". And in the next breath comes "I could never do that". For me it's best to live those kinds of adventures vicariously.

      As far as the pirate patch goes -- I'm not worthy to wear it. So it sits in it's fine metal box with certificate of authenticity awaiting a change in the world. Perhaps my granddaughter will one day wear it when she's riding her fusion powered scooter...

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