Dame Lorraine Hoodies
Damien R. Ware was loved by many. With his outgoing personality and swag style the family has created this shirt in his memory. Damien's legacy will always live on through his family and children. Show Dame some love and sport his GQ fashion look with his (Registered) trademark slogan.. "WHAT UP THO?"
♪♪♪ Like fire... Hellfire... This fire in my skin... This burning desire Is turning me to sin... It's not my fault I'm not to blame It is the dazzling girl The witch who sent this flame... It's not my fault If in Celestia's plan She made the devil so much Stronger than a mare... Protect me, Luna Don't let this siren cast her spell Don't let her fire sear my flesh and bone.... Destroy Adagio And let her taste the fires of Hell Or else let her be mine and mine alone... ♪♪♪
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The 79th Infantry Division ("Cross of Lorraine") was a unit of the United States Army in World War I and World War II. The division was first activated at Camp Meade, MD in August 1917, composed primarily of draftees from Maryland and Pennsylvania. After a year of training the division sailed overseas in July 1918. The 79th Division saw extensive combat in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive area where it earned the name of "Cross of Lorraine" for their defense of France. The division was inactivated June 1919 and returned to the United States. Throughout its entire World War I campaign, the division suffered 6,874 casualties with 1,151 killed and 5,723 wounded. Private Henry Gunther, the last American soldier to be killed in action during World War I, served with the 313th Infantry Regiment of the 79th Division
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