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40 year old t shirts
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  • a rare aged variation of Gold Label. ($1200)
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  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
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  • forty: being ten more than thirty
  • forty: the cardinal number that is the product of ten and four
  • Country Code: 40 International Call Prefix: 00
40 year old t shirts - Seven Fun
Seven Fun Stories for 4-7 Years Olds
Seven Fun Stories for 4-7 Years Olds
Seven Fun Stories for Kids

The Most Important Space Mission Ever - Captain Dom, is ready for an important space mission to find alien life forms. But, just before blast off Dom has to stop the count down. He's forgotten something and he can't go into space without it.

Crocodile in the Bath - It's Matthew's bath time, but there's a pesky crocodile in the tub. Mum can't help, so it's up to Matthew to think of ways to get rid of that crocodile.

T'Rex's Lunch - T-Rex is hungry and wants to eat the clever Hadrosaur, but the Hadrosaur has other ideas.

The Bee Who Couldn't Dance - "Go find me the best flowers to make the sweetest nectar," said the Queen Bee. Unfortunately, Daisy can't do the Waggle Dance to tell the hive where the most buzztastic flowers can be found. Will she learn to dance before the baby bee larvae scream the hive down with hunger?

Baby Bath Time Fun - Tom's sister Lottie screams every time her toes touch the water in the big bath, can Tom convince Lottie that bath time is fun?

Steven Snuffles - Steven Snuffles can't stop sneezing. Captain Jolly has a boat race to win. Can Steven Snuffles help her out?

Michael's Pet - Michael wants a pet and when a caterpillar hitches a ride home on Michael's jumper a magical friendship begins.

Seven Fun Stories for Kids

The Most Important Space Mission Ever - Captain Dom, is ready for an important space mission to find alien life forms. But, just before blast off Dom has to stop the count down. He's forgotten something and he can't go into space without it.

Crocodile in the Bath - It's Matthew's bath time, but there's a pesky crocodile in the tub. Mum can't help, so it's up to Matthew to think of ways to get rid of that crocodile.

T'Rex's Lunch - T-Rex is hungry and wants to eat the clever Hadrosaur, but the Hadrosaur has other ideas.

The Bee Who Couldn't Dance - "Go find me the best flowers to make the sweetest nectar," said the Queen Bee. Unfortunately, Daisy can't do the Waggle Dance to tell the hive where the most buzztastic flowers can be found. Will she learn to dance before the baby bee larvae scream the hive down with hunger?

Baby Bath Time Fun - Tom's sister Lottie screams every time her toes touch the water in the big bath, can Tom convince Lottie that bath time is fun?

Steven Snuffles - Steven Snuffles can't stop sneezing. Captain Jolly has a boat race to win. Can Steven Snuffles help her out?

Michael's Pet - Michael wants a pet and when a caterpillar hitches a ride home on Michael's jumper a magical friendship begins.

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Welcome to Taos Pueblo
Welcome to Taos Pueblo
Visitor registration & parking straight ahead This photo was from our 1990 family summer road trip. At the time, I was between my Sophomore and Junior years in high school, and my brother Steven would begin fourth grade that coming September. My parents, my brother and I departed from our home in Hardyston, New Jersey, after my father came home from work on Friday, August 3rd, and we arrived in Laredo, Texas, in the late hours of the next evening. On the 5th, we walked across the Mexican border to the city of Nuevo Laredo, and my father hired a taxi to take us to several tourist locations including a large indoor flea market. We stayed in a hotel in Laredo with an outdoor pool. After the day-trip to Mexico, I remember swimming in the pool, and talking to some of the other kids my age. There were a number of teenagers in the pool area who said they were staying there on a month-to-month basis with their families. We then moved on to San Antonio, Texas, on the 6th, where we visited the Alamo. We celebrated my father's 40th birthday in Fort Worth, on August 7th. I remember swimming with with my family in the pool at a nice hotel there, when my mother got a call from her sister Barbara announcing the premature birth of my cousin Jill. My parents went out that night to see a country music performance while I watched my brother. While driving through Texas, we made a short trip across the Mexican Border to see the city of Juarez, probably around the 9th, where I bought a miniature guitar. We arrived at the Texas-New Mexico border August 10th, where we took pictures of the welcome sign on I-10, north of El Paso. We stayed in a hotel that night in Taos, New Mexico, and we visited Taos Pueblo on the 11th. From New Mexico, we headed north, and arrived in Kearney, Nebraska August 12th, having driven straight from Taos. I was still wearing my Boston T-shirt from the previous day when we stopped at Stagecoach Gifts in Kearney. We checked into the nearby Ramada in Kearney where we spent the night of the 12th. The next morning we swam in the pool before heading east. On the 13th, we stopped to eat at the Cove Restaurant in Moscow, Iowa. The 13th was a Monday, so my father would have had 6 more days to get home before he had to return to work from his two-week vacation. While I have not located any photographs to support my speculation, based on the route my father took to get us home, we probably stopped in Akron, Ohio for a few days, where we may have visited my then 84-year-old great-grandfather Weldon Borland. Polaroid markings: 2823315083
40 years old vanity shot
40 years old vanity shot
So this is my self portrait 40 year old vanity shot. I cannot believe I'm 40. OK so I no longer have an amazing haircut that defies gravity, I've gained a few pounds here or there, I've got a few gray hairs on my chin, I don't have the energy level I used to have. I no longer feel the need to go out and blow my mind or drink heavily. I'm a bit of a homebody, who reads, watches old movies, listens to a vast amount of music, and collects japanese toys. BUT I am happy with me as a person. If that doesn't work my vanity side informs me otherwise (kidding). Having a wonderful G/F helps.

40 year old t shirts