Greedy Bankers! by whoiam



Sizing Information

  • Printed to fit best inside a 3” x 4” window
  • 1/10” white padding around the edge


  • Waterproof vinyl, will last 18 months outdoors
  • Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows etc.
  • Easy to remove
  • 50% discounts on all orders of any 6+

I watched the News last night before going to bed and as a result I did not sleep well at all! When I did sleep I had troubled dreams in which I felt I had something to say but nobody would listen; I felt powerless.

This morning this design was born! (Also available with white outline for dark tees)

I’m not what you’d call ‘a political animal’ but I’m buying 3 of these (wear one, wash one, dry one) and I’ gonna wear ’em out – in every sense! Call it my small protest.

Let’s hope that when this current financial mess is resolved the lessons that need to be learned will have been learned by the people that need to learn them!


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  • Milica
    Milicaover 6 years ago

    ahaha this is awesome!

  • Thank you!

    – whoiam

  • Michael McCasland
    Michael McCaslandover 6 years ago

    and idiot panic spreading reporters and politicians who lie and …..

  • whoiam
    whoiamover 6 years ago

    Hi Michael.

    Please note that this tee only applies to greedy bankers (which not all are).

    Coming soon (maybe) a tee saying “down with… mis-managers”

    I entirely agree with you – a situation has arisen thro’ mis-management or greed or over-enthusiasm or just lack of foresight and the situation has been turned into a crisis by irresponsible reporting and political jockeying.
    Banks also have over-reacted by withdrawing into themselves and refusing to loan to oneanother.

    It’s not all bankers that are responsible and it’s not just (some) bankers who are solely responsible for the current state of affairs but there has been excessive bank involvement in sub-prime markets. That was a mistake but also an intentional decision.

    The banks may be scapegoated for this but the fact that they are actively being scapegoated doesn’t negate the fact that it was their mistake/error of judgement. Really, did no-one see the potential problems or did some choose to ignore them?

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