T-Shirt of the day: Chewbacca’s Dingleberry

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Description: These t-shirts are like super comfy and what not. I also hear that Chewbacca’s dingleberries are so epic that they develop their own personality. True Story.


About the shirt quality: Anvil 100% pre-shrunk cotton fitted t-shirt. Medium-lightweight fabric is very soft and a great value. Sizes: SM-3XL.  Get it yo by clicking the link: http://skreened.com/bontheball/chewbacca-s-dingleberry



Lawyers, sometimes they make sense.
The Chewbacca defense is a legal strategy used in episode 27 of South Park, “Chef Aid”, which premiered on October 7, 1998, as the fourteenth episode of the second season. The aim of the argument is to deliberately confuse the jury by making use of the fallacy known as ignoratio elenchi (or a red herring). The concept satirised attorney Johnnie Cochran’s closing argument defending O. J. Simpson in his murder trial.
In the satire’s original defense, the fictional Cochran started by stating that Chewbacca lives on the planet Endor (which isn’t even true). After stating that this statement “does not make sense”, Cochran continues to connect the senselessness of his own statement to the actual case, implying that it is equally senseless. His closing argument “If Chewbacca lives on Endor, you must acquit” is lampooning the actual Cochran’s original “If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit”.

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