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TUX stickers available for free!

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You have seen many TUX stickers on the web, but I am sure you've never seen anything like this before. The best part is yet to come: you can have these stickers for free! All you have to do is run to the post office and send us a postage-paid return envelope:

TUX Magazine
PO Box 3587
Houston, TX 77253-3587

Enjoy!
Tony Mobily

Tuxmagazine.com.

re: TUX stickers

Sooooooooo very FUGLY.

Proving once again, that just because you can install a graphic application doesn't mean you know squat about graphic design (or art, or good taste, etc.).

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