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  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • 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 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.
  • jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • An organized military force equipped for fighting on land
  • The branch of a nation's armed services that conducts military operations on land
  • A large number of people or things, typically formed or organized for a particular purpose
  • a large number of people united for some specific purpose
  • a permanent organization of the military land forces of a nation or state
  • United States Army: the army of the United States of America; the agency that organizes and trains soldiers for land warfare
  • ma: informal terms for a mother
  • Mom is a fictional character in the animated series Futurama, voiced by Tress MacNeille. Mom is one of the show's two main antagonists, the other being Zapp Brannigan. However, unlike Brannigan - who is simply an idiotic, comic opera buffoon - Mom is much more threatening and Machiavellian.
  • One's mother
  • (Moming) The Zinalrothorn (4,221 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland. Its name comes from the village of Zinal lying on the north side and from the German word Rothorn which means Red Peak. When it was first climbed in 1864 the mountain was known locally as Moming.
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My Mother Wears Combat Boots: A Parenting Guide for the Rest of Us
My Mother Wears Combat Boots: A Parenting Guide for the Rest of Us
A parenting guide like no other! Jessica Mills, a touring punk musician, artist, and political activist, gives readers a delightful, information-packed guide to having and raising kids without giving up your politics, art, or life.
Disappointed by run-of-the-mill parenting books that didn't speak to her experience, Jessica set out to write a book tackling the issues faced by a new generation of moms and dads. The result is a parenting guide like no other. Written with humor, extensive research, and much trial and error, My Mother Wears Combat Boots delivers sound advice for parents of all stripes. Amid stories of bringing kids (and grandparents) to women's rights demonstrations, taking baby on tour with her band, and organizing cooperative childcare, Jessica gives detailed nuts-and-bolts information about weaning, cloth vs. disposable diapers, the psychological effects of co-sleeping, and even how to get free infant gear. This book provides a clever, hip, and entertaining mix of advice, anecdotes, political analysis, and factual sidebars that will help parents as they navigate the first years of their child's life.

"Jessica Mills is a great writer with a lot to say and the heart, guts, brains, and perseverance it takes to do it. My Mother Wears Combat Boots is an instant classic, the latest in the evolution of punk sensibilities into sustainable community action: full of real life experience and well-researched inquiry. It will take another generation before a parenting book has the cutting edge insight, yet stable strength, of this collection."
—China Martens, author of The Future Generation: A Zine-Book for Subculture Parents, Kids, Friends & Others

"This is the most sympathetic read I've come across in my travels as a punk parent and musician. It's nice to know that there is someone else in the world that understands 'The Life' and is not afraid to put her insights in print. Thank you, Jessica."
—Ara Babajian, (drummer for The Slackers)

"My Mother Wears Combat Boots helps to pave the way for a whole new generation of moms with advice on the down to earth essentials of parenting, it's also further proof that you don't have to stop Rockin' once you have become a parent. I found this to be an invaluable resource as a new mom!"
—Chris(tine) Boarts Larson, editor of Slug & Lettuce

"Sometimes hilarious and sometimes heartwarming, Jessica Mills is brilliant in her own down-to-earth way. My Mother Wears Combat Boots avoids the pitfalls of the polemical and preachy and serves as an entertaining guide to how to raise a child into more than another blind consumer."
—Sean Carswell, Razorcake magazine

"How unreal and yet real it is to have a mother of two bring along a babysitter on tour in a wonderful refusal to be 'tied down' by motherhood-and now have the experience written up in intelligent and captivating prose, alongside a wealth of 'how-to' info and inspiring stories that relate touring to family life and in the process redefine both. Excellent!"
—Dick Lucas, Subhumans / Citizen Fish

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"I'll join you when hell freezes over." [Forty;Threesixfive]
"I'll join you when hell freezes over." [Forty;Threesixfive]
"Dumbledores Army!!" TAGGGGGGGGGGEKLJ;DGKDFHG 1. I was on facebook and somebody sent me a chat and told me about how emo I was then told me they would leave me alone because they didn't want to bother with a freak like me then messeged me about whether I was dating my best friend or not. 2. I love harry potter. 3. I love my wand. 4. I wish I were british so I could say things like "Mind you" and smart talk without mocking them. 5. I really want one of those corset dresses/ shirt+skirt that people wore in the 1980s. 6. I tried to find the store that "sold" the corset that was used for The Gemma Doyle series but they 1: Rented only and 2:Didn't even have it. 7. I hate people at my school. I'm not with them but I still hate them. 8. Someone who started a fight with me and got their cousin involved just asked to be my friend after I've been ignoring their requests and they sent me a message involving smiley faces and hearts and 'lovee yaa' ....NO 9. I complain so much. 10. I hate sympathy. I hate it. I don't like it. 11. I want an old fasioned canteen. 12. I wanted a flask and I asked my mom for one and she said that people would think that I was drinking alcahol. 13. People already think that. 14. I have a freaking lot to talk about, don't I? 15. Lets just be happy and make it fifteen.
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... "In me didst thou exist - and, in my death, see by this image, which is thine own, how utterly thou hast murdered thyself." --Edgar Allen Poe ... "That's what is so nice, supposedly, about Gaza: You see a person on a road. . . . He doesn't have to be with a weapon . . . and you can just shoot him." --Aviv, squad Commander from Israel's Givati Brigades, interviewed by Ha'aretz staff ... "The attitude is very simple: It isn't pleasant to say so, but no one cares at all." --Israeli soldier Moshe, interviewed by Ha'aretz staff ... "There are people who think it's not right, and I think so as well, but it doesn't really mean anything. I mean it's not like someone is gonna go and shoot a pregnant woman." --Israeli sniper G., interviewed by Ha'aretz staff ... ORIGINAL IMAGES: Juxtaposition of (a) photo by Ha'aretz staff: T-shirt logo designed by IDF platoon, 2009, showing sniper crosshairs aiming at a pregnant Arab woman's stomach (b) photo by Mohamed Omar: fetus with bullet wound being extracted from the corpse of a dead Palestinian mother by hospital staff, Gaza, 2009. IMAGE ALTERATION: /anomalous

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