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Friday, January 15, 2016

Anti-Kroenke T-Shirts Hit the St. Louis Market

Posted By on Fri, Jan 15, 2016 at 6:30 AM

We don't have just the Cubs to hate on any more. - PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
  • Photo by Sarah Fenske
  • We don't have just the Cubs to hate on any more.

Mad about the Rams leaving? There's a T-shirt for that.

Just two days after the NFL announced that they'd allow Rams owner Stan Kroenke to move his team to the L.A. suburb of Inglewood, we spotted this T-shirt outside Baked T's in the Delmar Loop —- with the "o" in Kroenke transformed into a sizable middle finger. Hey, maybe the shirt was inspired by Andy Cohen

We were also amused by another T-shirt on display at the shop, one taking on the NFL as a whole.

  • Photo by Sarah Fenske

Incidentally, if you want to express your feelings on the matter, but you're too busy to fight the Loop traffic (which isn't all that bad any more! We swear!), a St. Louis expat is selling anti-Kroenke shirts online.

Callie Rogers says she lived in the Gateway City up until last year, when she moved to Washington, D.C., with her husband. She felt inspired to offer the T-shirts to support her hometown and to promote her new wedding planning resource,

She's offering two T-shirt options. One says "Kroenke sucks" and the other, "We don't need football."

But on the back of both shirts, however, is the same message: "St. Louis is amazing." Yay, team!

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