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Gentoo Store: only 5 days left!

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Hi Everyone,

We now have very limited quantities of t-shirts and girl's shirts in stock, as well as 2005.0 CDs. Hats, hoodies, and jackets have already sold out - be sure to purchase the stuff you want while they're still available!

What's left:

T-Shirts: http://store.gentoo.org/product_info.php?products_id=41
Girl's Shirts: http://store.gentoo.org/product_info.php?products_id=53

2005.0 for x86: http://store.gentoo.org/product_info.php?products_id=49
64-bit 2005.0 for AMD64: http://store.gentoo.org/product_info.php?products_id=51

Note that we are receiving our last shipment of hats in a few days, but all hats in this shipment have already been sold. If you've ordered a gentoo hat, your order will ship as soon as we receive the order ourselves. We will make sure you receive your hat, even if it ends up shipping out after our official store closing date of May 23rd. Customer service will continue to be available at least 15 days after store closing.

Best Regards,

Daniel Robbins
Founder, Gentoo Linux

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