Mr Eko Baseball T-Shirts
Hello, I am Dr. Matthew Hu and this is your orientation for DHARMA Initiative station 12, also known as The Phonebox. Much like station 6, or The Orchid, this station allows our researchers the ability to conduct unique experiments with the concept of time travel. Unlike The Orchid, however, The Phonebox also features properties that allow for experimentation and research on intradimensional travel, space travel, and even cellular regeneration. The Phonebox is considered to be the DHARMA Initiative's most important station as it houses some of our most guarded research, so it's care is in your hands. The Phonebox must be protected from all but a select few at all times. Anyone claiming to be an Angel must never be allowed access to The Phonebox. I repeat: DO NOT LET THE ANGELS GET THE PHONEBOX. This concludes your orientation of The Phonebox station. Namaste…and good luck.
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LOST on Jakku marries two of my favorite things - Star Wars and LOST. Yes, both had their respective disappointments, but more joy and wonder has come from them than anything else, so let’s remember the good times in the ultimate fan crossover, shall we?
Tags: oceanic, crash, the-force, the-force-awakens, star-destroyer
Follow and support Mr. Stealy in his adventures! He's gonna start by stealing some things... starting with common office objects. (such as staplers, and pens, and all sorts of things, like, such as that)... design inspired by Rick and Morty, S02E08.
Tags: funny, cartoon, and, morty, rick
Mr. Robot takes its name and logotype from the Mr. Robot computer repair shop, which appears in the show's first episode only as a patch on Christian Slater's jacket. This is the dark version of the Mr. Robot patch logo which looks great on lighter color tees and includes some subtle vintage wear to give it a little street cred. For a more thrashed on vintage look, check out my 'Mr. Robot Dark - Vintage' version!
Tags: fsociety, evil-corp, e-corp, eliot, hacking