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Feel the Bern T-shirt

$20 (10 percent of profits to the campaign), Madeline McLennon, or at Maglianero Café, Maple Street, Burlington
click to enlarge Model: Kelly Ravin - MATTHEW THORSEN
  • Matthew Thorsen
  • Model: Kelly Ravin

This is the shirt that's enabled Madeline McLennon to work a bit less as a barista at Maglianero Café and focus more on her "Feel the Bern" art. "I wanted to use the phrase and show that Bernie and all the people in the campaign are doing a lot of hard work to make him a frontrunner," McLennon said. "And I wanted something goofy, because politics can be a depressing subject."

Disclaimer: We haven't seen Bernie shirtless in a while, and we didn't have the courage to ask his wife, Jane, so we can't say whether the six-pack McLennon gave him is accurate.

St. Bernie Sanders for President Prayer Candle

$15,, Rustbelt Cooperative
click to enlarge MATTHEW THORSEN
  • Matthew Thorsen

We're non-denominational here at Seven Days, but take seriously the Bible's admonishment not to worship false gods. So exercise caution with this St. Bernie Sanders for President prayer candle, no matter how much you love the Jewish candidate and hate multinational corporations. And don't bern yourself.

The original print version of this article was headlined "Sanders Sells"

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Mark Davis

Mark Davis

Mark Davis was a Seven Days staff writer 2013-2018.

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Matthew Thorsen

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Matthew Thorsen was a photographer for Seven Days 1995-2018. Read all about his life and work here.


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