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Gawker De-Lited With Dallas Radio Station's T-Shirt Giveaway

Today, Gawker features an item about how batshit some folks went for a recent T-shirt giveaway on The New103.7: Lite FM (or whatever the former KVIL calls itself these days). Looks like Gene & Julia were giving away Gawker's "Don't Free Paris" T-shirts, eliciting quite the frenzy from fashionable fans of free celebrity fuck-you's. Gawker even features an MP3 of a caller to the station -- a woman named Kristen (?) who works at the Lew Sterrett Justice Center and says "it'd be so much fun" to wear the shirt around the county lock-up. Fun...and funny! Unlike, say, lite rock. --Robert Wilonsky

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