The compound is under construction. Gathering enough plywood, galvanized tin and used trailers takes time, not to mention stockpiling all the shotgun ammo, canned goods and bourbon.
I must have that.
Were you assigned a new beat? Hunting down the retail perpetrators of hideous and creepy crap? Because if this shirt and that creepy kid statue thing from Costco aren't crimes, then there is no justice in America.
I hear Lee Greenwood singing in the background.
Does it work against zombies?
Freedom isn't free damn it.
Dr MVM, as it turns out it's not. This particular manifestation of freedom can be had for $19.99Megan, I think it attracts them.Skylersdad, that's the optional Lee Greenwood sound pak that comes with for an extra $7.99.Suzi, it's an ugly job, but I'm just the man to do it.Some Guy, it doesn't look like they're in danger of running out.
That shirt actually made me wince.
I hope you pledged allegiance to that shirt.
That'll go great with my copy of Hannity's latest ghostwritten tome. I need a new reading shirt!
Sadly, I know at least two people who will be wearing that shirt, or something like it, come 4th of July.
Does the washing label say "These colors don't run!"?
God bless America.
Tacky stuff like this is why I hate Kohl's, but I have to shop there since Mervyn's went under and no other store will sell Levi's for a reasonable price.
The only thing missing was Apple Pie on the damn shirt.
I would wear that shirt if it came with some apple pie.
I saw a bumper sticker the other day that said "Did America sneeze?" and at first I didn't get it. Then I saw yet another "God Bless America!" sticker. The car's driver was probably wearing that shirt.
This shirt is more hideous than the mullet-mavens who fly giant American flags from the beds of their pick-up trucks. To them and to the potential buyer of this shirt I say, "Okay, I get it. You're a proud American. But you're preaching to the choir. Better you should get a US passport, travel to foreign country, and show your American pride to someone who isn't."
If freedom had a price...
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