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Erica Easley's Nerd, Bacon, Whiskey, Beer, Evil, Meat Socks: On the Heels of The Obama Sock

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Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 5:00 AM

Sock afficionado Erica Easley is back with more socks. (Remember her from the Obama sock?) If you missed her merchandise at last weekend's UniqueLA shopping event, the socks can be purchased for $9.95 here. These socks aren't just printed, they are woven. There is a sock for everyone. If BACON, NERD, WHISKEY, BEER, MEAT, EVIL, GENIUS or KOSHER doesn't cover it, then maybe just don't affiliate.

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