Lawrence Baseball T-Shirts
Celebrate your love of the beautiful, weird, and strong Topanga from Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World! If you buy this shirt, post a picture of you wearing it and tag us on Instagram @Forever90sShirts or Twitter @4Ever90sShirts and we'll repost it on our Instagram page and retweet it!
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Martin Cash was one of Tasmania's most notorious bushrangers, famed for escaping Port Arthur - TWICE. He formed a gang with two other convicts, Englishman George Jones and Irishman Lawrence Kavanagh, called Cash and Co. It all came tumbling down when he tried to murder his cheating wife and got nabbed. After many years in prison he produced a book about his life and died as an old man - one of the few bushrangers to do so.
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Leave behind your past, and start anew. [x] -- Since we now have an official release date for the RAC movie, I had to do a new print! And look, this time Ratchet doesn’t look pissed off. If you want to get the print, or as other various versions, go to my redbubble! http://www.redbubble.com/people/chinara :D
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STS-114 was the first "Return to Flight" Space Shuttle mission following the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. Discovery launched at 10:39 EDT (14:39 UTC), 26 July 2005. The launch, 907 days (approx. 29 months) after the loss of Columbia, was approved despite unresolved fuel sensor anomalies in the external tank that had prevented the shuttle from launching on 13 July, its originally scheduled date. The mission ended on 9 August 2005 when Discovery landed at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Poor weather over the Kennedy Space Center in Florida hampered the shuttle from using its primary landing site. Analysis of the launch footage showed debris separating from the external tank during ascent; it was the issue that had set off the Columbia disaster. As a result, NASA decided on 27 July to postpone future shuttle flights pending additional modifications to the flight hardware. Shuttle flights resumed a year later with STS-121 on 4 July 2006. (Wikipedia)
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