Cancer Ribbons Kids T-Shirts
Deadpool has a simple message: Fuck Cancer! *DISCLAIMER: This is "The ORIGINAL" Deadpool Fuck Cancer shirt. Sold only at Teepublic and by me! Everywhere else is a knock-off or they can't come up with an original shirt idea, so DON'T buy from them!* *****MAY 2017 UPDATE***** I'll be donating a portion of the proceeds from the shirt sales to a local NJ cancer charity this month in honor of my Father.
Tags: comic, the-merc-with-a-mouth, wade-wilson, eff-cancer, ryan-reynolds
This shirt was designed for people participating in Disney's 2017 Darkside 10K running event. They run on behalf of a young man named Boston who is battling cancer for the 3rd time in 2 years. He's a warrior. He's a fighter. Purchases of this shirt help support him and his family.
Tags: cancer, childhood, star-wars
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.
Tags: door, gunner, badge, air, assault
Cancer sucks. It really sucks when it's your kid with cancer. It really really sucks when you're the kid. Currently, only 4% of cancer research funding goes toward pediatric cancer. The month of September is a month for childhood cancer awareness with many charities urging individuals to #gogold. All commissions from the purchase of this design will go toward a charity that helps empower kids to be greater than their cancer. It helps supply them with awesome shirts, comic books, games, toys and an iPad to keep their minds occupied while they wait for hours in a car or hospital waiting room. Grab this joker, before it goes away!
Tags: pediatric, childhood, go-gold