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Andrew Lloyd Weber Baseball T-Shirts

Tags: singing, meme, elephant-shrew, daae, webber

Tags: leonard-bernstein, west-side-story, broadway-musical, broadway-show, broadway-theater

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Say Anything: One of the greatest modern movie romances of all time.

Tags: movie, boombox, radio, kickboxing, love

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The Diceman Commeth...

Tags: comedians, comedy, podcast, andrew-dice-clay, new-york

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One of the greatest of the silent and sound film stars!. Seen here in his great persona.

Tags: classic-films, harold-lloyd, silent-comedian

Harold Lloyd Baseball T-Shirt

by ZippyFraggle1
$26
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Andrew Garfield's Amazing Spider-Man joins Spider verse fallen Warriors.

Tags: asm, spidey, spider-man, mcu, superheroes

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Maple Jordan

Tags: wiggins, andrew, minnesota-timberwolves, sports, minneapolis

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Portrait of a great man

Tags: memory, portrait, historical, right-wing, populism

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bankster Lloyd Blankfein goldman sachs

Tags: funny, parody, geek

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A humorous caricature illustration of the well-known American architect and designer; Frank Lloyd Wright. One of a series of caricatures achieved for the Celebrity Sunday series, where a famous person is rendered within a day. The idea is to show them as if in a passport photo to have consistency.

Tags: designer, illustration, portrait, wright, frank

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#supportandrew

Tags: spider-man, the-amazing-spiderman, spidey, asm2, mcu

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I've got 99 problems, and the first one is this lousy mutton-chop beard i'm supposed to wear, you know, because it's the 1800's. Anyway, it's not too bad here.. but Andrew Jackson disagrees, and he think's it's all the National Bank's fault! I say, it sure is sir! "THEY made you wear these mutton-chops" he says! Let's agree with him, or not, and just wear a shirt with some historical guy on it! Bank's are for snobs!

Tags: vintage, presidents, bank, funny

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Disabled activist Andrew Gurza depicted as a superhero alter-ego "Mile High" with a flying wheelchair!

Tags: comic, disability-activism, activist, superheroes, disability

Tags: 22, wolf, wolves, league-pass, twolves

Andrew Wiggins Baseball T-Shirt

by awesomeniemeier
$26
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Has anyone seen the national bank? Nope! It's long gone! At least, in the 1800's, after this guy got a hold of it. He had his reasons. Grab this shirt if you don't like banks! Or if you know of someone who doesn't like banks, or likes Andrew Jackson!

Tags: humor, bank, government, funny

Tags: admirals, portland, weber, hockey

Weber #29 Fan Baseball T-Shirt

by PortlandAdmirals
$26

Tags: video-games, marisa-stole-the-precious-thing, marisa, toho, touhou

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Bioshock spin on the classic Walt logo

Tags: art, nerd, woah-jonny, gaming, game

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Radio message from Andrew Ryan delivered whilst exploring the Farmers Market area of Bioshock #1

Tags: art, nerd, typography, atlantic, sea

Tags: carrey, mutt-cutts, harry-and-lloyd, lloyd-christmas, dumb-and-dumber-to

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Shea Weber, a man I thought would never get traded is now a Montreal Canadien! Pick up a 16-but version of this future Habs great!

Tags: beer, 16-bit-superstars, nhl-hockey, stanley-cup, nhl94

Tags: ayn-rand, john-galt, great-chain, free-market, video-games

Andrew Ryan Baseball T-Shirt

by Woah_Jonny
$26
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While he was our nation’s actual first president, few people know about Andrew James Buttsmore. Born in Feb 13th, 1730; Buttsmore would become the First President of the United States, but would soon be stricken from history by an embarrassed and ungrateful country. After his horrific and untimely death on April 29th, 1789, Congress would appoint a young taffy puller named Georgie Washaton as 1st Runner Up President. Buttsmore was born with a rare birth defect, which would ultimately lead Congress’s choice to erase him from history after his death. It was thought that the fledgling America would not survive the world’s ridicule over their first leader. After striking him from history the Persona of “The Father of Our Country: George Washington” was created. Andrew James Buttsmore died in 1789 from a defect related disease known as “Cranial Dysentery”, He was survived by his husband Benjamin Franklin and their horse/love slave Juniper. xaq-industries.com

Tags: conspiracy, cover-up, conspiracy-theory, new-world-order, illuminati

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