From the Employee Handbook, Page 35
Section II: Employee Dress Code
Subsection B: T-shirts
The wearing of ironic and/or vintage and/or faux vintage t-shirts is strongly encouraged. To meet the standards put forward by the dress code t-shirts should be:
-- Constructed of fair trade, organic, native seed cotton raised on a family-owned farm whose outermost field boundaries end no fewer than 25 kilometers from any field cultivating genetically modified crops of any type.
-- Slogans, logos, band names and/or wry, ironic comments should be printed using vegetable-based inks by individuals whose work environment is clean, safe and within walking distance of no fewer than two establishments whose offerings include locally-sourced, wheat-free, gluten-free vegan fare and one feminist, socialist and/or LGBT bookstore.
-- T-shirts should feature at least one stain and/or pronounced area of “wear and tear” generated from: 1) participation in a World Bank protest; 2) participation in a multi-day concert which included either a performance by the Indigo Girls or the non-ironic performance of an Indigo Girls song by a band which includes no fewer than two members wearing "Free Tibet" t-shirts; 3) a road trip culminating in participation at Burning Man; 4) general confrontations and/or aggressive interactions with “The Man”.
-- T-shirts should have been purchased from an independently-owned, minority-run establishment which derives no less than 75% of its electricity from a community-owned wind farm.