But again, it's very frustrating for me as a Marilyn Monroe/James Dean when I see someone wearing a t-shirt of theirs, so I go up to them thinking I've found a kindered spirt, and it turns out they're just waering it because they want to be cool. I'm not saying you have to be an OMGFANTOTHEMAX to wear the t-shirt, but at least see ONE of their movies (or in the case of the Beatles, know a couple of their songs). Jeez.
It's not the wearing of the t-shirt i have a problem with. It's what it represents. A band (or actor, or whatever) that once stood for rebelliousness and going against the grain, havbe now become a fashion staple for trend whores everywhere.