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Old 02-06-2009, 08:21 PM   #1
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Oh, I am so tempted to order some of these shirts:





They would go over real well at Mass and at the gym, I'm positive. Unfortunately, my daughter is starting to learn to read...

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Old 02-06-2009, 08:51 PM   #2
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Very nice T-Shirts. Here is one of my favorites.
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Very nice T-Shirts. Here is one of my favorites.

Heh, reminds me of the old joke about Canada:

They could have had French food, British culture and American technology. Instead they got French technology, British food, and American culture.
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Oh, sure. Block the doors to the Political crackpots and then invite in the Religious nuts. That'll teach em.
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Thank you for pointing that out. I noticed the same thing but I didn't want to get flamed for mentioning it. You have more courage than I do.
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Here is a nice t shirt to wear while stealing your friends fortunes !
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I own one of these. a present from dh2b. such a sweet guy...


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Thank you for pointing that out. I noticed the same thing but I didn't want to get flamed for mentioning it. You have more courage than I do.
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I've been looking for one of these:



No luck so far. Wally-World has one displayed, but they are always sold out.

So I've settled for this one for the time being:

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Oh, sure. Block the doors to the Political crackpots and then invite in the Religious nuts. That'll teach em.
I have three types of Saint's T-shirts which I won't post - cause I'm sensitive.

Just wait til next year - you'll see.

heh heh heh - Three decades ago I collected baseball caps with various logo's. Now a days T- shirts are all the rage - I must have 40-50 of the dang things - none of which I bought.
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Ah, you still have two weeks before the demise of T-shirt Hell. The guy made millions selling some pretty obscene T-shirts, but he decided to shut down the place because there were too many threats made on his life.
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T-Shirt Hell has some hilarious stuff. I can't believe they're turning the lights out.
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