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Meditation 128
The Apathetic Agnostic Marketplace
& the IUN Campus Store

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Note: This was an interesting experiment, but too much work for the returns. The store is now closed. However, if you want t-shirts (and more) with a UCTAA logo, they are available fron one of our members at UCTAA Online Store

I have recently opened two online stores to sell UCTAA and IUN products; T-shirts and clothing, posters, coffee mugs and the like.

This is somewhat contrary to my intention to commercialize this operation, but several people have indicated an interest in this type of product so they can publicize their support and advertise what we are doing.

Also, there is a significant cost to the operation of the various web sites which I have been funding personally. And it remains my firm intention not to seek donations. However, I do hope the small profit margin (approximately 10%) from store sales will offset some of the costs, without compromising my integrity.

One other benefit is that the store provides a mechanism for delivery of degrees and ordinations to those who, for whatever reason, were unable to access or print our emailed documentation. Actually, certificates delivered through store sales will be of higher print quality than most of us can achieve, and will be significantly larger. (11 x 17 instead of 8 1/2 x 11.) Some of you, particularly with older documentation issued before I worked out all the quality issues, might want to request this higher quality replacement documentation. Just ask through feedback. The cost for replacement documents through this means will be $10.00 per certificate, plus shipping and handling.

So please visit the stores and have a look. Check back occasionally, I am still adding items. If you like what you see, then please buy. If you don't, then please don't feel obligated.

(As the store discussed here closed in 2004, one of our members was authorized to open a store.)