This is a vintage, lost-and-found item - a coffee mug designed and marketed by the League for Programming Freedom, a membership organization founded by Richard Stallman in 1989 to fight against software patents and user interface copyright. A perfect gift for someone who was there "way back when" but neglected to collect the merchandise to prove it, or for the software freedom advocate who prefers advocacy with a retro sensibility. NOTE! This is no reproduction - it's the genuine item, printed when the present author was in the fifth grade. Once the 55 mugs discovered in an undisclosed locale are sold, they're not coming back. Don't wait until they're history.