The good man lets nothing stop him, and if the world doesn't give him the shirts he wants, then he can jolly well make them himself.
I am uploading another video about swords at the same time, to placate my subscribers who want to know about that sort of thing.
An earlier cut of this included far more detail about how to do the specific conversion I am using as an example, but I hacked this to the minimum, since (a) it is easy, (b) it seemed patronising, (c) I anticipate that almost no one will do this anyway.
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