"Major Benchley: [holding up a photo] Ladies and gentlemen, this is a flying saucer. It's made of pewter, made in Japan, and thrown across the lawn by one of my children. I just wanted to point that out to you to show that we're not all polished brass about these things. Also to make a point that last year, Americans shot more than seven billion photographs at a record of 6.6 billion dollars for film, equipment and processing. Now with all those shutters clicking, where is the indisputable, photographic evidence?"
The above is what they will tell you, the luminous creatures you will find in the surf care to tell you otherwise. The magic is everywhere around you though increasingly harder to find- lose ye no hope of the existence of further sentient beings. As Speilberg so graciously machete-coconut-beach-cutter-cracked open for our nubile minds to see all the way back in 1977, close encounters can, do, have, and will happen.
If you have neglected to do so, take a brief look into Trappist-1 and send us an email with your findings, we're anxious and eager to hear your discoveries.
Phil constructed the graphic on the back of this shirts by scanning and collaging various elements from a movie we shall not mention least we find ourselves burdened by the pressures of the American civil justice program. The forward pattern features our two favorite space bunglers which you can also find discretely hiding beneath the label on your shipping box, that's neither a stretch nor construction of a false truth, take a look within, find yourself.