Anger can lead men into unwise territory, from shooting someone, to shooting your flabby ass banging some chick, because you're the lead singer of Limp Bizkit. And now it's led other men to make t-shirts: Hostile City Designs.
HCD's a one-man design/ screening jawn out of Fairmount, copping its moniker from one of Philly's less-positive nicknames and pumping out a line of tees and crews with a punk edge, espousing views both political and quite blunt in the belief that "the best statement is a bold one", so clearly they've forgotten about the Port Huron Statement, because that ish was very cautiously worded. The line starts with a Jolly Roger-esque Liberty Bell and a pair of bones confoundingly called Bell & Crossbones, plus some logo-specific tees featuring a tattoo-styled "Hostile City" bordered by two anchors and a simple "Hostile" text subbing the O for a grenade, also how to make a sexual climax that much more explosive. Getting even nuttier/ slightly confusing are the Che-in-crosshairs Kill A Commie For Mommie; the star and AR-15 assault rifle'd Come And Take It; and the TEC-9-sporting Kill Your Local Drug Dealer, which's another great statement, although then it would be even tougher to procure drugs. Dude change his beeper number again? That's no way to run a business.
Since it's completely frigging freezing still, they're doing up hoodies as well, with designs including a Gothic-scripted "Philadelphia" paired with brass knuckles, or the red text'd I Hate Michael Vick, which's exactly what Fred Durst said, after what he did to the only fans of Bizkit: total dogs.