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"Our bachelorette party was in Port Aransas, TX on June 6. Who drinks rum and beer while plundering for booty at the beach? Women and PIRATES! Our Captain (the bride) was ruthless! I truly wish I had a pic of the whole crew. CustomInk was great, even fixed the centering of the graphic on our backs.... a knife. Afterall, who stabs in the back? Women and pirates, ha!" - DeniseB (Jun 16, 2009)

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comment by anonymous - Jun 17, 2009 - back to the top

Awesome shirts! And the link between women and pirates?.......right on and PRICELESS! Arrrrrrrgh maties!

comment by anonymous - Jun 17, 2009 - back to the top

You guys are hot!!

comment by anonymous - Jun 21, 2009 - back to the top

That's the best idea!!!!!!!!!!!

comment by Guest - May 01, 2012 - back to the top

life can be taken from the innocent?You are aboltusely right. Marriage is not a right. However, contract law is common law and should not be controlled by the state.Turn off Hannity and FauxNews. Incorrectly translated Farsi does not an existential threat make. If Israel thinks they are a threat, let them deal with it. There's no active or imminent threat to us.More FauxNews propaganda. It seems that factual subject matter is simply fed to you rather than obtained. Hear about the marine captain turned US diplomat who just resigned his position? I'm in agreement with him, simply because he was a lot closer to that situation than you or I: I found that the majority of those who were fighting us and the Afghan central government were fighting us because they felt occupied. This concured with history I had read and with what colleagues had told me. I disagree and I think it is emotional arguments like this that keep us tied to Afghanistan and to a policy that fuels the insurgency as well as adds credence to calls for global Islamic jihad. 9/11 was a tragedy for this country and we cannot let another event like that happen, particularly as we have still not recovered from the emotional shock of the event 8 years later. Additionally, events like 9/11 cause tremendous shock to world financial markets, something we cannot allow to occur, especially at this point in time. However, since 9/11 al-Qaeda has evolved and no longer will tie itself to a political state or geographical boundaries. They have turned into an ideological cloud that exists on the internet and recruits worldwide. Look at the makeup of the attackers for the 9/11, London and Madrid attacks and additionally looked at where they planned and trained for their operations. Heck, the 9/11 attackers trained here in the US! The people we are fighting, for the most part, in Afghanistan are fighting us becasue they do not want to be occupied by either a foreign army or a central government force. Simply put, al-Qaeda does not exist in Afghanistan and 60,000 troops with the hope of stabilizing the Afghan central government which may or may not succeed in 5-10 years time will not defeat al-Qaeda. However, we cannot justify the deaths of our young men and women for the goal of changing a society's internal cultural and familial norms. This is a goal best left to NGOs and IOs or through the US goverment's strategic communications. But this is a process that will take generations/decades. The terrain is formidable to put it in an understated manner. The societal makeup to include the interaction of village to village and valley to valley, is such that allegiances seem to be to family and then to village/valley above and beyond anything else. This is why I use the term valleyism to explain the reasons why local populations are fighting us and the Afghan central government. I just hope the same never happens here. I don't know if I'd be able to live with being called a barbarian or terrorist.Ah gotcha. So we should trade with communist and oppressive regimes like Saudi Arabia and China because we HAVE TO? I'm failing the make the connection What I find interesting in this conversation is your list of responses gets shorter with each post. Should I assume that I am discrediting and dispelling myths with each passing post? When facts are presented, conjecture is obliterated.I'm not trying to be condescending, but all I've seen are assumptions that aren't backed up with any facts. Saying someone is a kook , counterproductive , or an obstructionist without evidence is akin to a 7 year-old calling a classmate a doo-doo head over by the merry-go-round.