About time to declare, “Mission Accomplished,” eh, girls?
See, I’m not just about making firearms’ related designs…
(I created this design and then made-a-t-shirt for an internet friend four-and-a-half years ago, after he used the phrase on a YouTube ‘cast and it popped into my mind. Was inspired to bring it out of mothballs, today, when Terrence Popp nearly used the very same phrasing in THIS video.)
I’ve set a grand re-opening of my “artisan stenciled” t-shirt business for International Workers’ Day, Tuesday, May 1st. (NOTE: I’m the only artisan involved! I design them, cut them, print them, and then clean it all up.)
As a pro-gun, liberty lover, I feel like I’m in the last remaining group that actually needs to raise that ubiquitous workers-of-the-world clenched fist and resist, if not fight “the Man.”
I’ll start with just a few of what I consider my classic designs and add to them as the months pass. Orders will be made an old-fashioned way, via a form on the T-Shirt page, or an e-mail directly to me. I’ll take PayPal or money orders via the USPS.
…choking #FreeSpeech into oblivion (Note the missing blue bird!).
[Created & first pubbed (with a slightly different caption) 8 may 2015, after I attended the Draw Mohammad event in Garland TEXAS, which came under a Muslim-terror attack in full-view of traitorous FBI agent(s).]
Encapsulated in this graphic design is today’s tragic story along with the even more tragic event from the past. Uber will likely “pay up,” whereas murderer Ted Kennedy NEVER received the punishment he was due.
NOTE: Kennedy’s cold-blooded abandonment/murder of the beautiful Mary Jo Kopechne is a poignant moment in my post-2016-election novella, “An Election Carol.” The book’s lovely co-star (Emjay) is meant to a be a tribute to her, one of countless lives-cut-short by the Evil in this world.
(The clipart is from a site called WikiClipart.com, and they say all the images offered on their site are in the Public Domain. If that turns out to be incorrect, please contact them and have it removed, then I will do likewise.)
It’s Election Night – in the current year – and as midnight approaches, Presidential candidate Mallory Denton is not just hiding out from her volunteers and supporters, she’s up to her neck in hot water. Literally. And she’s using plenty of bubbles and top-donor-provided bubbly to sooth her psyche.
Make some popcorn, kick back for the evening, and enjoy a politically-incorrect homage to the Dickens’ classic, “A Christmas Carol.” Love her or hate her, one thing’s certain: if Mallory heeds the warnings her heavenly visitors are about to deliver, then both Heaven and Hell will have to wait!
Join a cast of all too familiar beltway characters in this Presidential Election tale that’s frequently funny, sometimes annoying, and spot-on scathing. Best of all, this campaign lasts just one night, delivering a mash-up of “House of Cards” treachery and “Bedazzled” hijinks as smoothly as a seasoned career politician flings her promises while out on the stump.