W C Fields Hoodies
“Night gathers, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall take no wife, hold no lands, father no children. I shall wear no crowns and win no glory. I shall live and die at my post. I am the sword in the darkness. I am the watcher on the walls. I am the fire that burns against the cold, the light that brings the dawn, the horn that wakes the sleepers, the shield that guards the realms of men. I pledge my life and honor to the Night’s Watch, for this night and all nights to come.” Such an awesome story… I just wanted to do something related.
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Commodore was a North American home computer and electronics manufacturer. Commodore development of the home–personal computer industry in the 1970s and 1980s. The company developed and marketed one of the world's best-selling desktop computers of all time, the Commodore 64 (1982) and released its Amiga computer line in 1985, both of which still have extensive legacy followings to this day. This version of the Commodore C shirt features a nice dose of vintage wear and tear to make it look like it's been around since the 80s.
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Get yourself in the holiday spirit while keeping that aesthetic clean and on the cusp of fashion. Buy yourself or your loved one the cutest holiday sweater in the galaxy! Makes a perfect early Christmas gift for your anime-obsessed SO or family member. Text translates to "Christmas is coming!". Available in T-shirts, crewnecks, hoodies, phone cases, mugs & more below.
Tags: holiday, anime-eyes, manga, otaku, christmas
For the majority of the Vietnam war, the principal weapon of the door gunner was a medium machine gun (MG), initially, a M1919A4 .30 caliber MG, and soon thereafter, the M60 7.62mm MG became the standard helicopter door armament system. Initially however not all helicopters were armed or outfitted with a dedicated MG for door armament. For example the very first U.S. Army helicopter units, flying CH-21 helicopters, that began flying combat missions in Vietnam in 1962 didn't. Therefore door gunners on Vietnam photographs are sometimes seen using an M1 Carbine, an M14 rifle, or an M16 rifle, as their only weapon. Initially, the door gunner's MG weapons were mounted on swiveling mounts (on a pintle mount) in order to retain and steady the door armament weapon. As the war progressed, using bungee cords to suspend/retain the MG became a common practice, as the newfound maneuverability of these "bungeed" weapons allowed for increased firing angles. However some door gunners simply continued to hand-wield the weapon for a maximum level of maneuverability of fire. This practice was commonly termed as using a Free 60.
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