A Washington Post columnist prints a column each summer listing interesting t-shirts he observed at the Ocean City, MD, beach. Here's his 2003's best: --I childproofed my home, but they still get in. --On the front - 60 is not old. On the back--If you're a tree. --I'm still hot. It just comes in flashes. --At my age, "getting lucky" means finding my car in the parking lot. --My reality check just bounced. --Life is short; make fun of it. --I'm not 60. I'm $59.95 plus tax. --Annapolis -- A drinking town with a sailing problem. --I need somebody bad. Are you bad? --Physically Pfffffttt! --Buckle up. It makes it harder for the aliens to snatch you from your car. --I'm not a snob. I'm just better than you are. --It's my cat's world. I'm just here to open cans. --Earth is the insane asylum of the universe. --Keep staring.....I may do a trick. --We got rid of the kids. The cat was allergic. --Dangerously under-medicated. --My mind works like lightening. One brilliant flash, and it's gone. --Every time I hear the word "exercise," I wash my mouth out with chocolate. --Cats regard people as warm-blooded furniture. --Live your life so that when you die, the preacher will not have to tell lies at your funeral. --In God we trust. All others we polygraph.