I can’t read chinese but I can understand this shirt . This cool tourist tee is a souvenir from Cleveland, Ohio, and the shirt proudly acknowledges the city as the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Rock Hall is located in Cleveland’s downtown area, right along the shores of Lake Erie, and it celebrates decades worth of the most influential musicians, engineers, and producers in the history of music. The Rock Hall was established in 1983 by Ahmet Ertegun, who was both the founder and the chairman of Atlantic Records.This rad graphic t-shirt celebrates an event called the Funday Sunday Kickoff Run. It seems that the race was 10k, or ten kilometers, long which is roughly 6.2 miles. This race may have been a kickoff for a longer race or the fun run may have been a precursor to the main, 10k event. Many longer races begin with a short fun run for kids and those who want to participate without running a long distance.
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I can’t read chinese but I can understand this shirt . This sweet ringer tee pays homage to Walt Disney’s beloved mascot, Mickey Mouse. From his first appearance in Steamboat Willie circa 1928, Mickey has captured the hearts and minds of people worldwide. He’s become one of the most recognizable characters on earth thanks to his being featured in countless movies, shows, games, and merchandise. Mickey super fans can meet the mouse via costumed characters in Disney’s world-class theme parks.This awesome shirt is from the Southwestern state of Arizona and it features a graphic of a Native pride dancer surrounded by some Native American inspired patterns. Arizona is home to a variety of native tribes including the Navajo, Apache, Paiute, Quechan, and Chiricahua. Many Native American communities consider eagles to be a highly revered symbol of strength and bravery. It’s considered a huge honor to be adorned with eagle feathers, and Native people wear them with dignity and pride.
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