Jill Stein & Ajamu Baraka Look Set To Lead Green Party 2016 Election Drive!

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ELECTION 2016 ANNOUNCEMENT FROM GREEN PARTY’S JILL STEIN: Jill Stein Selects Human Rights Activist Ajamu Baraka as Vice-Presidential Running Mate

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Green Party presumptive Presidential nominee Jill Stein has offered her vice-presidential bid to international human rights scholar and activist Ajamu Baraka. Jill Stein Press Release:

“I am honored and excited to announce that my running mate in the 2016 presidential election will be Ajamu Baraka, activist, writer, intellectual and organizer with a powerful voice, vision, and lifelong commitment to building true political revolution,” Stein announced.

“Ajamu Baraka is a powerful, eloquent spokesperson for the transformative, radical agenda whose time has come – an agenda of economic, social, racial, gender, climate, indigenous and immigrant justice. Ajamu’s life’s work has embodied the immortal words of Dr. Martin Luther King: Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere,” Stein continued. “In this hour of unprecedented crisis, we are honored to lift up a unified movement for justice in the only national political party that is not held hostage by corporate money, lobbyists and super-PACs. We look forward to bringing this agenda for justice to the American people in the exciting race ahead.”

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Ajamu Baraka is an internationally recognized human rights activist, organizer and geo-political analyst. Founding Executive Director of the US Human Rights Network (until 2011) and Coordinator of the U.S. based “Black Left Unity Network’s” Committee on International Affairs, Baraka has served on the boards of various national and international human rights organizations, including Amnesty International (USA) and the National Center for Human Rights Education. He has served on the boards of the Center for Constitutional Rights; Africa Action; Latin American Caribbean Community Center; Diaspora Afrique; and the Mississippi Workers’ Center for Human Rights.

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Jill Stein speaking at the Berkeley, CA Post Office on June 13, 2016. Photo by Vic Sadot

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General Media Info GREEN PARTY NATIONAL CONVENTION TO BE LIVE-STREAMED ON YOUTUBE, FACEBOOK, & LIVESTREAM PLATFORMS 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Green Party will livestream the 2016 Green presidential nomination (Aug. 6) and other events at the Green Presidential Nominating Convention, set for August 4 to 7 in Houston, Texas. A final schedule of events open to media is posted here. Viewers can watch the livestream broadcasts on the Green Party’s YouTube page. Portions of the convention, including the nomination, will also be aired on the Green Party’s Facebook page. Here is link for the Green Party USA YouTube Channel for Livestreaming

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Ajamu Baraka Joins Jill Stein Campaign: Exclusive Interview (13:40) imixwhatilike YouTube Channel.

Posted Notes Published on Aug 2, 2016: Last night, August 1, word broke that our next guest, long time activist, Ajamu Baraka had been selected by the Jill Stein campaign to be her vice-presidential running mate for the Green Party’s nomination for president of the united states. So we of course wanted to hear from the man himself once again. Ajamu Baraka is an internationally recognized human rights activist, organizer and geo-political analyst. He is the Founding Executive Director of the US Human Rights Network (until 2011) and Coordinator of the U.S. based “Black Left Unity Network’s” Committee on International Affairs and he has also been a member of the Green Shadow Cabinet. and there is so very much more which can be learned about him and his work and his analyses via his website at ajamubaraka.com and we will of course provide a link to his many appearances on imixwhatilike!

Ajamu Baraka Blog at Black Agenda Report

Ajamu Baraka Blog at Common Dreams

Ajamu Baraka is a veteran activist and organizer. He is currently an associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, DC, and an editor and columnist for Black Agenda Report. Baraka was founding executive director of the US Human Rights Network (USHRN) from July 2004 until June 201.1 He has also served on the boards of various national and international human rights organizations, including Amnesty International (USA) and the National Center for Human Rights Education. He is currently on the boards of the Center for Constitutional Rights; Africa Action; Latin American Caribbean Community Center; Diaspora Afrique; and the Mississippi Workers’ Center for Human Rights. His home website is ajamubaraka dot com.

Ajamu Baraka Blog – A Voice from the Margins: About the work of Ajamu Baraka

Recent Posts: Paris, Orlando and Turkey: Displacing the Narrative of Western Innocence Posted on July 6, 2016 by Ajamu Baraka; Muhammad Ali and Dylann Roof: Contested Meanings and Contested Lies Posted on June 26, 2016 by Ajamu Baraka; Beyonce and the politics of Cultural Dominance Posted on February 12, 2016 by Ajamu Baraka; The Paris Attacks and the White Lives Matter Movement Posted on November 19, 2015 by Ajamu Baraka.

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SF Mime Troupe Video by Vic Sadot

The San Francisco Mime Troupe kicked off its Summer 2016 Season to a large crowd in Berkeley’s Cedar-Rose Park on July 2 and 3. Then they packed everything up and did a show in Dolores Park in San Francisco on July 4. “Schooled” (6:34) is the title of the San Francisco Mime Troupe’s Summer 2016 musical play.

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Vic Sadot created a short  video (6:33) made from photos and short clips at the end of the show on July 3 at Cedar Rose Park. It has been posted at Vic Sadot YouTube and Truth Troubadour YouTube. The lyrics are full of one line gems that pack a lot of impact in the whole context of the storyline. Ira Marlowe runs a little Berkeley club called The Monkey House, and he is one of the most prolific songwriters in the SF Bay Area. Daniel Savio is the Musical Director for the SFMT Summer Tour. Try to remember to get the free flyer “Schooled Lyrics”, which is separate from the program. Get both! You won’t regret it!

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They will be back in Berkeley at Live Oak Park at Shattuck Ave. & Berryman St. on Saturday, July 9th @ 2:00 PM (Music 1:30) and Sunday, July 10th @ 2:00 PM (Music 1:30). To get a good seat on the grass you should get there an hour before the music and you can bring small lawn chairs and picnic stuff. The summer tour goes all the way to the grand finale at Dolores Park on September 4 and 5. There will be only one more curtain call in Berkeley at Willard Park (aka Malcolm X Park) on August 20 and 21.

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It was another great combination of script writing, comedic talent, and clever song crafting. They pass out a program with all the credits and also a Song Lryics flyer for this year’s play called “Schooled” written by Michael Gene Sullivan and Eugenie Chan. Directed by Michael Sullivan. Music & Lyrics by Ira Marlowe. Musical Direction by Daniel Savio. In “The Campaign”candidate Babbit is a Trump-like boastful character derides his oppostion saying he is: “Up against some mommy whose kid can’t make the grade… and some aging commie on the corner. Vote for Babbit! Vote for Babbit! Here’s your chance, now grab it!” Candidate Ethel retorts: This country needs citizens, awake and aware! Standing up to power and that class of billionaires! Our schools need teachers, respected and inspired! Our kids need to be taught, and not just wired!”

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Will Durkee plays guitar and bass in the 3 piece SFMT Band. The actors and Troupe members go into the crowd after each play to solicit support. Their political message is able to get to the root of our social problems because they do not accept funding from corporations. The SFMT BAND is Will Durkee on guitar and bass; Dominic Moisant on percussion; and Daniel Savio on keyboards.

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This new Vic Sadot video about the 2016 SF Mime Troupe Summer Tour is set as a Creative Commons Copyright for Non Profit Use with Credits. “We are The San Francisco Mime Troupe! And we are in our 57th year of fighting oppression one play at a time!”, states Rotimi Agbabiaka when the play ends and it’s time to make the pitch for grass roots support.

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The events are Stage Managed by Karen Runk. Scenic Design by Jay Lasnik. Costume Design by Blake More. Sound Design by Keith Arcuragi and Taylor Gonzalez. CAST OF CHARACTERS: Rotimi Agbabiaka plays Thomas Jones and Arthur Quisdedo; Velina Brown plays Lavinia Jones and Estelle Partridge; Lisa Hori-Garcia plays Fredersen J. Babbit and Michiko Chimlis; and Keiko Shimosate Carreiro plays Ethel Orocuru, Tatianna, and the Choir Student. See full credit listings at Show Bios for 2016 “Schooled” Personnel. 

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SFMT also has a great online Store for SFMT promotional items!

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The key to the San Francisco Mime Troupe’s independence and artistic integrity is their San Francisco Bay Area fan-based funding. They do strategic grant fundraising that also supports the many projects they engage in. At the SFMT Merchandise Booth at every show many attractive souvenir items are available. I went for the T-Shirt this year. There is also a volunteer sign-up sheet at the merchandise booth, and you can subscribe to this unique SF Bay Area cultural project at their website. After the show, you can have a chat with the cast and crew. But on days when they have to bust everything down and haul it to the next show, they may seem weary and in a hurry. Able bodied volunteers are appreciated in most cases (lol)…

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The San Francisco Mime Troupe is indeed a precious example of community theatrical resistance to war and social injustice as well as being a participatory education vehicle for citizen empowerment. Come laugh and enjoy the sunshine as you contemplate the great difference between being “educated” to be capable of doing the critical thinking needed of citizens in a democracy; and being warehoused and “schooled” to be a pawn in the plans of the super rich psycho-patholigical predatory class out to privatize every commonwealth resource and institution on the planet. SF Mime Trouple may be a rag tag organization, but their mission is to make all the difference in the world. So…

“What are you’s gonna do about it?!!!” (Fredersen J. Babbit – Corporate School Board Candidate in “Schooled” by Michael Gene Sullivan and Eugenie Chan)

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ps I am doing my own Summer of 2016 Indiegogo Fundraising Campaign to maintain similar independence and artistic integrity intact for my own music projects. See Berkeley Calling Blog post 6-23-16: “Vic Sadot Launches IndieGoGo CD Fundraiser”. The “Truth Troubadour” CD Campaign will end on August 9!  Or go directly to Vic Sadot Launches 2016 IndieGoGo Truth Troubadour CD Fundraiser Campaign June 24, 2016 for 47 days to end on Aug 9! Please share this link now to help launch this project! Come hang out here with Vic for a few minutes!  Thanks! Vic Sadot

 

 

Berkeley Barb Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Berkeley Barb Celebrates 50th Anniversary

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Country Joe McDonald on stage 8-12-15 at the Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley, CA for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Berkeley Barb.

Country Joe McDonald on stage 8-12-15 at the Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley, CA for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Berkeley Barb. Photo by Vic Sadot

Original Post: Many veterans of Berkeley Barb activist journalism in the past 50 years will be gathering from far and wide for a reunion with their movement friends. If you don’t know the Berkeley Barb history, you can visit the About Berkeley Barb section of the website. Meanwhile here is an excerpt, and below you can check out the schedule over several days Aug 8 – 14. The opening statement at the opening page to the Berkeley Barb website at www.berkeleybarb.net says: The Berkeley Barb was launched by Max Scherr on August 13, 1965, and was one of the earliest underground newspapers to serve the civil rights, anti-war, and counter-cultural movements in the Sixties. For 15 years, from 1965 to 1980, the Barb was a voice for a generation looking to change the world. The Barb mixed radical politics with psychedelic art, guerrilla comics, local happenings, opinions, reviews, advice, personal ads, and frequent calls to protest. It offered its readers an unabashed alternative to the conformist mainstream press. At a nexus between Free Speech and the Sexual Revolution, the Barb trumpeted the irrepressible passions of the American counterculture.”

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Mission Statement | The Berkeley Barb celebrates the spirit, politics, and art of the Sixties.
History | On August 13, 1965 Max Scherr launched the Berkeley Barb, one of the earliest and most influential underground newspapers to serve the civil rights, anti-war, and countercultural movements. Scherr, a hands-on publisher, relied on a mostly young, Leftist staff, which helped produce and sell the Barb. For 15 years the Barb, as its name suggests, critiqued and needled the “establishment” becoming a voice for a generation looking to change the world.

Berkeley Barb 50th Anniversary Events Calendar

July 8 – August: The Berkeley Main Library will be hosting displays on the history of the Berkeley Barb, including the rock poster artists and cartoonists featured in the Barb, the speakers and panelists we are hosting to commemorate the 50th anniversary on August 13th, and the Berkeley Barb staff. See the Barb’s vital contribution to American history through a series of front-page issues, photos, quotes, and never before released documents and personal items from Max Scherr’s own files.

August 9: Join us for an Art and Photos Opening and Pot-Luck at the Art House Gallery featuring the work of Barb artist Patricia Oberhaus as well as John Jekabson and Harold Adler. Check out some of Patricia’s art in the Gallery Please join us at 2905 Shattuck, from 12-3 p.m. There will be additional opportunities to view the collection; it runs continues on Wednesday 8/12, and Friday 8/14 from 12:00 – 3:00 through August 14.

August 12: A 50 Year Barb celebration party with live music featuring Country Joe McDonald, Emily Yates, Vic Sadot, Sal Valentino & friends, plus radio pioneer Scoop Nisker and comedy celebrating free speech and the alternative press, is scheduled at The Freight & Salvage Coffee House at 2020 Addison St. in Berkeley. Read more at the Barb or Freight sites! (Private Event)

August 13: Barb Day – Starting at 11:00 am, the Berkeley Main Library will be hosting a day of speakers and panels in their community room. 1960s underground cartoonist Trina Robbins and Dr. Eugene Schoenfeld (Dr. Hip) will be featured, along with panels consisting of Barb editors, staffers, contributors, and a wrap up academic analysis.

August 14: Berkeley Barb Film Festival at the East Bay Media Center. Doors open at 1:00 p.m. at the Media Center, 1939 Addison St., Berkeley, CA. 1:00 – 5:00 pm: Films to be screened include: Shorts: Hot Damn! People, Moe’s Birthday, Lenny Lipton’s Let a Thousand Parks Bloom; Featuring a rare showing of the documentary Hookers, produced by Max Scherr and directed by George Csicsery. Q & A with filmmakers Lenny Lipton and George Csicsery. 7: 00: evening screening of Feature Documentary: Mark Kitchell’s Berkeley in the Sixties followed by a Q & A with author/screenwriter Susan Griffin and Mark Kitchell. (Capacity 75)

Featured Poetry Videos at TRUTH & LOVE POETRY VIDEOS chez Vimeo

We welcome you to explore the poetry videos submitted to “TRUTH & LOVE POETRY VIDEOS” Group. We are based in Berkeley, CA. Our on-line home is at Vimeo. What a surprise it is to get a new poetry video presented to the group every now and then! Today in Berkeley Calling Blog we feature the four most recent poetry videos: (1) “Happy Dancing Energies” from spacey (poem by Ava Bird); (2) Imitation: “Edgar Allan Poe Video Poem” from Mark “Iron Strike” Holmberg; (3) “Nature Moments: The Ocean” from Microdac; and (4) Arrival (Video Poem) (2:26) from Athina Souli and her class project team in Greece. We hope that you enjoy these poems. If you really like one or all of these poetry videos, then we hope that you will share them with others!

Vimeo is a quality site for videos of all kinds. It is noted for a distinguished level of composition and artistic sensibility. At this point in time, August 8, 2015, I have posted 17 of my own music videos at Vimeo as “Vic Sadot Broadside Balladeer”. Since I had a couple of videos that were from poetry set to music, I decided to start an open submissions Group for people using video to express poems. I named it “TRUTH & LOVE POETRY VIDEOS”. Then I forgot about it for a couple of weeks. Some email notices came to me saying that people had contributed poems. We now have 36 videos and 23 members in the group with me as the monitor. This is turning out to be an enjoyable adventure that I want to share with you at this time in this Berkeley Calling Blog. Our settings place the latest contributions at the top of the site in chronological order back to the first one placed in the group by yours truly. That was The Fog Watch”, a poem by my uncle George Reuter that I set to music many years ago. My father, Jean-Henri Sadot, was from France, and he loved to write poetry too. Listen to “White Clay Creek”. These poetry videos are the four latest additions to this open participation group on Vimeo. Enjoy!

“Happy Dancing Energies” from spacey was just added on 8-07-15 as an Editor’s Choice. It’s a poem of only 1:11 minute long poem by my friend Ava Bird with really cool graphics and lyrics selected in a mix meant to uplift and inspire. The thumbnail photo is “Laughing Sal”. Click on the screenshot!

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Imitation: Edgar Allan Poe Video Poem from Mark “Iron Strike” Holmberg was contributed on 6-16-15 to “TRUTH & LOVE POETRY VIDEOS” channel at Vimeo. Posted notes: “Steve Guynn in a video poem written by Edgar Allan Poe. Shot with a gh4, and a computer 12.5 mm.” A very engaging and effective use of visual effects for a trippy 1:51 minute Edgar Allan Poe poem created by Mark Holmberg. Spooky fun! Click on the screenshot!

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Nature Moments: The Ocean (8:43) from Microdac at Vimeo was contributed to “TRUTH & LOVE POETRY VIDEOS” channel at Vimeo on 5-08-15. Posted Notes: A few minutes by the ocean.” Indeed! A Quote from Henry David Thoreau and a few comments by Microdac to the sound and scenes of ocean surf on a sunny tranquil day encourage you to “think for yourself”. Microdoc joined vimeo 8 years ago and lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Quote: “I am a retired sailor who love to play golf and to travel to the Caribbean. I love sharing the same space with artists and other creators; people who are spiritual (NOT religious). Sensual people who are never ashamed of their lives or activities.” Indeed, Microdoc covers nature from “Wasp Engineering” to turtles basking in the summer sun to “Image in the Clouds”. Let’s take a walk by the ocean now with Monsieur Microdac. Allons y au bord de la mer! (Let’s go there along the ocean shore!) Click on the screenshot!

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Arrival (Video Poem) (2:26) from Athina Souli. This poem was done as a class assignment. Yet it is a class act in terms of composition. I love it! Credits for this first-rate poetry video team! Poem title: “Arrival” by William Carlos Williams; Actors: Elena Masala & Alex Anagnostopoulos; Shot & narrated by Stavros Symeonidis; Written & directed by Athina Souli; Music by Sigur Rós – Í Gær; Course: Directing & editing; Course Instructor: Nikos “Tei” Terzis of Athens, Department of Photography & Audiovisual Arts. ©2015. From the San Francisco Bay Area, we salute you all! We thank you for sharing your video with us at “TRUTH & LOVE POETRY VIDEOS” on Vimeo. Click on the screenshot!

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“TRUTH & LOVE POETRY VIDEOS” at Vimeo is an open contribution site by poets and their friends using video to express their poetry. Progressive commentary, free thinkers, and humor encouraged. Open forum for poetry recitals. Poetry in motion or in stills. Live readings from home cameras or remote locations. Poetry interpreted as song with video. Vive “TRUTH & LOVE POETRY VIDEOS” at Vimeo! Founded by Vic Sadot in Berkeley, California on March 5, 2012. Vic Sadot can be reached at BroadsideBalladeer@gmail.com

To see a list of all of the poetry videos submitted so far at “TRUTH & LOVE POETRY VIDEOS” click on the name in capital letters. Thanks for spending some time with us and our group members!

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TRIBUTE TO NELSON MANDELA: VOLCANO, NEW VIDEO FOR ANTI-APARTHEID SONG BY VIC SADOT

TRIBUTE TO NELSON MANDELA – VOLCANO, NEW VIDEO FOR ANTI-APARTHEID SONG BY VIC SADOT: Gina Lobaccaro was inspired to do a music video interpretation of a 1988 Anti-Apartheid song by Vic Sadot titled “Volcano” from an LP titled “Ride the Wind”.

Gina Lobaccaro selected the photos and created the composition of the visual track. Gina made the video a tribute to the late great brother leader Nelson Mandela of South Africa. Volcano explodes on the notion that the ending of Apartheid was inevitable given the sheer numbers of people involved, and the will to have freedom and justice that burns in hearts of people everywhere. At the time this song was released, the US government considered Nelson Mandela to be a “terrorist” , and he languished in prison for decades. The Volcano lyrics demanded and warned the Apartheid regime, “You better let Nelson go! You’re sitting on a volcano! And it’s about to blow! You’re sitting on a volcano!” The Crazy Planet Band line-up on this track is Vic Sadot Singer-Songwriter on vocals and electric rhythm guitar, Rob Sadot on electric guitar, Ed Gorski on keyboards, Tris Hovanec (RIP) on bass, Rob Boxturtlebob Chirnside on drums, and Ellen Lebowitz on back-up vocals. Recorded by Roger Hoilman at Sound Lab Studios, Newark, DE. 

A T-shirt of the “Ride the Wind” LP cover is available at VIC SADOT CRAZY PLANET BAND T-SHIRT SHOP à CafePress.

Nelson Mandela passed at the age of 95 on Dec. 5, 2013. Mandela presente!

Nelson Mandela passed at the age of 95 on Dec. 5, 2013. Mandela presente!

TRIBUT à NELSON MANDELA – VOLCANO: Gina Lobaccaro a été inspiré de faire une interprétation du clip d’une chanson de lutte contre l’Apartheid de 1988 par Vic Sadot intitulé « Volcano » d’un LP intitulé “Ride the Wind”. Gina Lobaccaro a sélectionné les photos et elle a fait de la composition de la voie visuelle.Gina fait la vidéo un hommage au grand frère meneur sud-africain Nelson Mandela. Volcan explose sur l’idée que la fin de l’Apartheid était inévitable compte tenu du grand nombre de personnes impliquées et la volonté d’avoir la liberté et justice qui brûle dans le coeur des gens partout. À l’époque, que cette chanson a été libérée, le gouvernement américain a considéré Nelson Mandela d’être un « terroriste », et il a langui en prison pendant des décennies. Les paroles de Volcan a exigé et a mis en garde le régime de l’Apartheid, « Il faut que vous libérez Nelson! Vous êtes assis sur un volcan! Et c’ est sur le point d’exploser! Vous êtes assis sur un volcan! » Le line-up de CRAZY PLANET BAND (Planète Folle) sur cette piste est Vic Sadot auteur-compositeur-interprète au chant et guitare électrique rhythm, Rob Sadot à la guitare électrique, Ed Gorski sur les claviers, Tris Hovanec (RIP) à la basse, Rob Boxturtlebob Chirnside à la batterie et Ellen Lebowitz au chant de la sauvegarde. Enregistré par Roger Hoilman aux Studios Sound Lab, Newark, DE.La couverture super cool pour le LP « Ride the Wind » de Crazy Planet bande a été donnée par C. S. Wayne (RIP nous sommes éternellement reconnaissants envers vous, Curt!)

Un T-shirt de cette couverture peut être fait à VIC SADOT CRAZY PLANET BAND T-SHIRT SHOP à CafePress dot com.