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Rock the world!
Literally, with a big rock. From space. Boom! Goodbye dinosaurs. I feel like I am overexplaining this.
(See a BIG version here)
Please vote :^)
Description: I think a part of me wants to hear Chef Louis’s glam rock version of Les Poissons. A large part of me. Two colors on an asphalt t-shirt. “Hee Hee Hee. Haw Haw Haw.”
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WE ARE SEX BOB-OMB AND WE’RE HERE TO MAKE YOU THINK ABOUT DEATH AND GET SAD AND STUFF!!
Totally a real band… of real sheep…
Music to make you feel cheery!
My jaw just dropped ten times.
Names based on the founding fathers- John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and George Washington.
This is the first time that I have given permission to the unwashed heathen hordes to experience the aural ecstasy that is the Scientology Tabernacle Choir. Trillions of people all over several worlds have thrilled to some of the most beautiful hymns ever written, including “Amazing Grace,” “A Mighty Fortress is L. Ron Hubbard,” “How Great Thou Art,” “Onward, Thetan Soldiers,” and “Jonnie Goodboy Tyler, Row the Boat Ashore.”
And now, since the 2015 Galactic Tour has begun, I am allowing you the opportunity–after you apply to be trained and processed–to purchase one of the tour T-shirts.
Stare into the spinning disk at the center of the shirt.
See it spin.
See it spin.
*See it spin. *
You are under our control.
Vote for our shirt. Then give us your money.
Now you are one of us.
–L. Ron Hubbard, III
Scientology Galactic Headquarters
NOTE or DISCLAIMER or whatever:
If you are one of the four or five people who actually read my write-ups or care about such things, this design is a reworked resubmission from Derby #101 from June, 2009…
They may be slow but they still can rock! Slowly.
I need this for my engrams!
The Hampers emerged from the early ‘80s Post-Laundry Punk scene in Paramus, NJ. The ‘Static Cling’ tour was a 42-city schedule in 1983 supporting the release of their debut album ‘Spin Cycle’ which had the hits ‘Detergent Eater’ and ‘Soften my Fabric’.
I haven’t forgotten about you Pluto! I hope neither you do! O____O
(Not to be confused with the Canadian solo act ‘Hopeful Monster’ or ‘The Hopeful Monsters’ out of Cambridge, MA)
The grass does not grow on the places where they stop and stand!