"Keep calm and apply Bayes' Rule" below a Tudor crown logo.

I'm wondering if pictures vs text-only makes a difference in how effectively a t-shirt will prompt questions or conversations.

Also, whether the class of which the above is an instance - hitching a ride on an already well-known meme - wins over originality.

Wish someone would run a proper experiment :)

I think this is my favorite so far. Thanks!

Rationality witticisms suitable for t-shirts or bumper stickers

by evand 1 min read15th Jun 201385 comments


What are your best short witticisms, suitable for use on a t-shirt, bumper sticker, or similar location? Ideally something that might make someone reading it think, or get curious enough to ask about it. Simple in-group identification is fine too, though.

For context, therufs is spending today at the NC Maker Faire making t-shirts, and asked me for suggestions this morning. As I was still mostly asleep, I wasn't very helpful.