Dead Horse T Shirt

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  • Dead Horse was a Houston, Texas thrash metal band active in the 1980s and 1990s. They were most popular in Texas and nearby parts of the American Southwest, where they have a devoted following for their popular live shows.
  • "Dead Horse" is a song by American Rock band Guns N' Roses. It appears on their 1991 release, Use Your Illusion I. The composition starts out with an acoustic section, which features a guitar riff written by singer Axl Rose.
  • (The Dead Horses) Ryan Bingham (born March 31, 1981) is an American Academy Award-winning singer/songwriter. He has released three albums on the Lost Highway Records label.
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  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • 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
  • 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.
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MENS T-SHIRT : SAND - SMALL - Cowgirl Born Cowgirl Bred Ill Be A Cowgirl Until The Day Im Dead - Horse Riding Gear Truck
MENS T-SHIRT : SAND - SMALL - Cowgirl Born Cowgirl Bred Ill Be A Cowgirl Until The Day Im Dead - Horse Riding Gear Truck
Print dimensions approximately 9-3/4" x 11-1/2".
S-XXL : GILDAN ULTRA COTTON T-SHIRT : 6.1-ounce, 100% cotton jersey; seamless double needle collar, taped neck and shoulders, double needle sleeve and bottom hem. NOTE: Sports Grey -- 90/10 Cotton/Poly; Ash -- 99/1 Cotton/Poly
3XL-6XL: PORT & COMPANY ESSENTIAL T-SHIRT : Constructed from 6.1-ounce heavyweight 100% cotton, it is taped from shoulder to shoulder, has a coverseamed neck and is double needle hemmed for insured durability. NOTE: 6XL T-shirts are side seamed. Sports Grey -- 90/10 Cotton/Poly; Ash -- 99/1 Cotton/Poly
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Death in the family DSC 0037
Death in the family DSC 0037
Death in the family The Cribbs have been undertakers for 125 years. Mira Katbamna went to meet them The Guardian, Saturday 9 September 2006 By Mira Katbamna It is the end of the line in every sense. Among the large buildings with beautiful walled gardens across the road from Beckton station in London is Thomas Cribb and Sons, which was founded in 1881. Inside the high-ceilinged reception, only the boxes of tissues left discreetly on the tables and a black-and-white photograph of a horse-drawn hearse gives away the nature of the family business. Becoming a funeral director is not an obvious upbeat career choice, but employees at this funeral parlour seem cheerful, not least the assured and polite great-great-great granddaughter of its founder. "To me it's completely normal, I've grown up with it," says Sarah Harris, 26, smartly dressed in a black skirt, white shirt and chic black ribbon belt. "It's a 24-hour service, so when my father and mother used to come home from the office they'd divert the phones and me or my sisters would have to pick it up." The siblings would have to take the information down, finding out what the bereaved family wanted. "That's how it started," she adds. Yet, Harris never imagined she would have a career in her family's funeral parlour. "But when I worked here after A-levels I realised I really enjoyed it," she says. "And there's not too many jobs you can do where you are making a difference to people when they really need you." Harris organises the funerals, sorting out everything from collecting the body from the hospital to booking the priest. It takes a special kind of person to do her job. "Confident is not quite the word, but you do almost have to be a figurehead - people need that, they need someone that they can literally lean on," she says. "They also deal with grief so very differently, and you just have to adapt the minute they walk in the door. And when so many people are at war with their family, there's always going to be friction." The work can be emotionally taxing, especially when a child has died. "You feel so helpless," says Harris. "You'd do anything for the parents, but it can never be enough. But it's your job not to get upset - you simply have to be there for the family." Harris's outlet is being a member of the Territorial Army. "I joined the TA because it's the only hobby where you don't have time to worry about all the things you have to do," she says. Just as we are speaking, a middle-aged man and woman walk into reception, and Harris goes to meet them. They are obviously upset, but she takes it in her stride, settling them down on the sofa, offering them a cup of tea and then coming back with a book to start making the arrangements. With Harris busy, it is left to her 78-year-old grandfather to give me a tour of the family business. Behind the reception area, Stan Cribb leads me past the freezer where they keep the bodies, through the coffin display room and into the coffin workshop, where one of the carpenters is working on a tiny coffin for a premature baby. Cribb has seen the East End and the funeral business change dramatically since he first started working with the firm's horses just before the second world war. Then every family went to the same funeral director, with whom they had become well acquainted. Today, the Cribbs are experts on the burial rites of numerous religions, organise repatriations and are to open a branch in Ghana. And his son (Harris's dad), John Cribb has an MA from Reading University in death and society. "Someone once said to me that at least I would never be out of business," Stan Cribb says, "but with that attitude you'd be out of business in no time. Whoever it is, you treat their funeral like your first. It's all about dignity. It's the last thing you can do for them." Fashions change and can come full circle, even in death. Demand has led to the revival of horse-drawn hearses. Thomas Cribb and Sons has responded and now has a stable of 14 horses that go all over the country. A walk into the mortuary reminds me why working at an undertaker's may not appeal to all. The embalmer has a body laid out on her table. Being very squeamish, I was dreading seeing a dead body - but this is totally removed from the gore and high drama of CSI. The embalmer is working on the body of an elderly black man, and Stan Cribb looks at me nervously to see if I am OK. But it does not feel like being in the presence of death. If anything, it feels like he is not there at all and I begin to realise that the really hard part of this job is dealing with the people who are left behind. In fact, despite his calmness around dead bodies, Cribb says that he has never done the embalming himself. "Obviously I've seen it done, many times. I can tell you if it's a good embalming or no
Custom Cowboy mods
Custom Cowboy mods
Based off of the tv show Brisco County Jr. These time traveling cowboys are chasing Dr. Barker who stole the Temporal Disruptor from a dead Time Cop (If using Barker he uses the Plot Twist "tempoal disruptor" and "matrix of r'lyeh" for free). The Fat cowboy in the back is a substitute/ replacement Time Cop who has assembled the team (from his love of the western era and ancient Clint Eastwood movies) to pursue Barker. The Horse is his Time Traveling device (that's why he is on a Lockjaw transporter dial). The Team Daerk (fat guy in the back)- A clumsy desk-jockie from the future (imagine Chris Farley), Daerk worked for the Time Cops, was put in active duty after an attack from their enemies. The sneak attack killed almost all the Time Cops forcing them to use whomever was familiar with time travel to correct the time stream until more cops could be trained. Daerk, equating time travel to the frontier of the old west, adopted the flamboyant futuristic cowboy outfit. He had his personal A.I. time traveling capable computer remade to look like a horse and went about assembling a team plucked from time to help him. Montana Jack (Cowboy in the front with the whip)- He was/is an archeologist from the late 1930's that fought nazi's and recovered world famous artifacts through his years of adventuring. The world doesn't remember him because Daerk accidentally plucked him from time. Now he is stuck helping him. Samuria Cowboy (Cowboy with the sword)- One of the last living decendents of a Samuria warrior who came to America at the end of the cowboy era (around the late 1800's) chasing a world destroying demon. While in America he had a child (whom he never knew about) with an American woman. Samuria Cowboy is the great great great grand child of that samuria. When the demon returned the first thing he did was kill all the samuria's known decendants. Cowboy, a farmer/ bull rider in Oaklahoma, was tapped because he had enough of the samuria warrior's blood to use the demon killing sword but stay undetected by the beast. Trained by the last of the mystic samuria, he was then pulled from time by Daerk. He is using the demon sword to help correct the time stream. Special Agent Roy (Cowboy in the blue shirt and white hat) Russel Roy is a deadly secret agent from Agency 1 (If your fan of Jonny Quest you will get that reference) who was plucked from time by Daerk. He was investigating an illegal drug trade using an cross board rhodeo as its cover. Not much is know about Roy nor does he wish to share. All that is know is he is an excellent shooter and dangerous fighter with a license to kill. The kid (the kid with 2 guns in front)- Kimble Brown was a 70 year old temporal engineer and phenominologist who mastered (not created) the mechanics of time travel in Daerk's time. He was lost in time during the attack on the Time Cops base. During the time travel process he wasn't full protected and was irreversably reduced to the age of 6. Daerk's first mission was to find Kimble in the wild west era. Horse (the horse in the picture)- Horse is really a A.I. super computer with the ability to travel through time who was recontructed to look like a horse. While Daerk rescuing Kimble Brown they had a battle with Dr. Baker who damaged their time traveling machine. As a favor to Daerk, Kimble repaired the machine to look like a horse. This also allowed them to disguise it from the locals but since left it that way. Dr. Barker (Snake Oil Salesman)- Dr. Harlen Barker was/ is a highly intelligent, cooercive, dislike, distrusted and wanted criminal in the 1870. After being hunted by the bamboozled residents of a small town in Ohio, he found a Temporal Disruptor on a dead body of a time cop. He quickly figured out how to use it and escaped the dangerous crowd by teleporting away. Initially he figured out how to teleport short distances. After a failed attempt by Daerk and Kimble to capture Barker, he discovered the true nature of the device and started hoping from time to time. He discover the Matrix of R'leh on one of his time hoping adventures (removing it from its resting place helped start the Cthulhu crisis) and discovered how to use it to call allies from other times and places. Dr. Barker is nothing more than a common criminal and thrill seeker. Conversly he is not truly evil, ultimately just selfish with the curiousity of child. As the saying goes, "curiousity killed the cat". Some speculate that Dr. Baker and his time disrupting ways are the reason why this world (Horrorclix) is the way it exist today.

dead horse t shirt
dead horse t shirt
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Soundtrack (CD & T-Shirt)
Includes size large "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" t-shirt. Original soundtrack to the 2010 motion picture, the third film in the successful Twilight Saga franchise. Features 15 tracks including cuts from Muse, Metric, The Bravery, The Dead Weather, Vampire Weekend, Florence & The Machine, The Black Keys and many others.
Track listing:
1. Metric - Eclipse (All Yours)
2. Muse - Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)
3. The Bravery - Ours
4. Florence + The Machine - Heavy In Your Arms
5. Sia - My Love
6. Fanfarlo - Atlas
7. The Black Keys - Chop And Change
8. The Dead Weather - Rolling In On A Burning Tire
9. Beck and Bat For Lashes - Let's Get Lost
10. Vampire Weekend - Jonathan Low
11. UNKLE - With You In My Head (Feat. The Black Angels)
12. Eastern Conference Champions - A Million Miles An Hour
13. Band of Horses - Life On Earth
14. Cee Lo Green - What Part of Forever
15. Howard Shore - Jacob's Theme