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Do the Time Wrap and Go Retro!

Do the Time Wrap and Go Retro! 

Why Buy One Present? Take Care of Multiple Loved Ones This Christmas

 

Cyber Monday – 52 Weeks Per Year

Did you know there are 52 Cyber Mondays each year? “No,” you say. “That’s insanity! Cyber Monday is the Monday after Thanksgiving. Look at WhoopTee’s blog person trying to get cute. I’m so mad I could Tweet about it!”

Have You Made Your Charitable Donations Yet?

 

Small Businesses Need Your Support Today!

Small businesses need your support today on Small Business Saturday! While Black Friday is a day for big box retailers use door busters to pit weary shoppers against each other like gladiators in the wee hours of Thanksgiving and the following morning.

Snowmageddon Cometh! Enjoy Your Snow Day

Aren’t snow days great? Gone are the days when we would have to huddle around the TV in our PJs waiting to see our school district on the little scroll at the bottom of the screen on a news broadcast.

It’s Never Too Early or Too Late to Honor Veterans

Sunday was November 11, Veterans Day. We took time that day to reflect on the end of the First World War 100 years ago Sunday, the reason Veterans Day is observed on the 11th. It’s wonderful that we have a day to think of, thank, and honor our veterans. One day doesn't cut it, though.

A Fun Little Distraction from Elections

Well, election day is finally over for 2018.

Reflecting on the 100th Anniversary of WWI

On November 11, 1918 what was at the time the most destructive conflict in human history came to a close at 11:00 am. An armistice was signed between Germany and the Western Allies that ended the war. Sadly, though the armistice was agreed upon, it did not go into effect until 11am and shooting continued.

Order Custom T-Shirts Online on Internet Day

Today is Internet Day. Believe it or not, friends, but we are very, very grateful for the internet. After all, thanks to the internet we can provide custom t-shirts to people all around the country from our base of operations in St. Louis, Missouri. Without the internet, that wouldn’t be possible.

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