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Peace Bomber T-Shirt
Make explosions of peace, and that is all.

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What Others Are Saying

Libertarian wrote
Good god people, this shirt isn't in favor of war! Well, I suppose it is up to interpretation, but it seems to me that it is mocking the modern interventionist policy of employing force to resolve (or at times create) conflicts over seas in which Americans have no right to interfere. You make a fool of yourself if you wear this in support of unnecessary, unethical, and unwarranted intervention.

A Fool wrote
It's the N and the D from semaphore, for Nuclear Disarmament.

Darrell peace wrote
Very cool

nyoom wrote
this shirt is fantastic in green like woah

Noel Grimmett wrote
Peace babies, or we will bomb the hell out of you.

Monher wrote
Just bought one! Peace through strength people!


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Andrew Starling wrote
Snake? Snaaaake!

Xero wrote
Mouler is right. I've also read that it is the old semaphore symbol for "lower arms", "arms down" which equates to "disarm."

Sgt Buzzkill wrote
This is also a total ripoff of a Cracked magazine comic from the mid-1970's that had a disgruntled runway snow plow operator on an Air Force base "clearing" a snow-bound squadron of B-52's - he plowed a perfect circle around each one as shown in the t-shirt...

jasper wrote
I really wish they had this on a sweater.
I would definitely buy it if they did.
In fact, I'm kinda disappointed that it isn't

Justin wrote
shirts are made to wear
graphic shirts have a purpose

i think this is a sweet design, idk what i think of the idea though....

yogi wrote
it is just a shirt! wtf

Jerry wrote
The only terrorists in America is the American government. They deliberately plan and start wars for their own purpose, not to help its people.

Viet wrote
reminds me of the MSF from Peace Walker

Ha wrote
"I agree with Bassler, 9/11 was an inside job. I saw the zeitgeist movie."

You GOTTA be a troll. Zeitgeist is the biggest load of bologna on the face of the Earth.

VonFink wrote
I bought this shirt. It looks even better in real life. The design is HUGE on the shirt. I may have to buy this in some additional colors.

Tom wrote

Political Scientist wrote
Yay, college dropouts and basement dwellers talking about politics. This must be what it's like for football coaches who hear what all the armchair experts have to say when they lose a game. Lack of qualification never stopped people from having stupid opinions.

Nice shirt, though.

God is love... wrote
I like the other side.

Gurthang wrote
Make in Desert Tan. Will wear under plate carrier.

CoffeeStrong wrote

Nice try, smart guy. Before its "invention" by an anti-nuke graphic artist the so-called peace symbol was the unit marking for the 3rd Panzer Division. As in WWII. As in Nazis.

LOL wrote
\"9/11 was an inside job. I saw the zeitgeist movie.\" HAHAHA zeitgeist is nothing but a load of convincing crap. There are way too many lies in it and they are all presented as fact.

fiveaxis wrote
this tee should be available in the "sand" color

Curtis wrote
This shirt is awesome. I cant wait to wear this on base! HOOYAH U.S. NAVY AIR TRAFFIC CONTOLLERS! (in training :p)

That's a B-52

The Mad Klingon wrote
Peace though superior firepower.

Kherova wrote
The shirt made me think of “Si vis pacem, para bellum,” "If you wish for peace, prepare for war.” I agree that war sucks, but I also know that those who have resources who don’t plan for the eventuality that someone might take them, usually get trod upon. I know it’s true because the US does a fair bit of stepping of its own.

Mouler wrote
What no one seems to know is where the "peace sign" comes from. It was designed in 1957 by a graphic artist (Eric Coulder) in England as a symbol for CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament) and is nothing more than 2 semaphore code letters (you know, signalling with flags like the Beatles on the cover of their HELP album) superimposed over one another and surrounded by a circle. It is only the N and the C and the circle suppossedly represents the world and safety. So, the symbol has been consistently used out of its context and has not achieved its purpose of nuclear disarmament- Since 1957 more nations than could have been imagined now possess nuclear weapons. Most governments support their possessing them by claiming that the only answer to a nuclear weapon against them is to threaten one against their enemy. This argument fails in the face of terrorism.

crimsonghost wrote
@ Andy -
How many lives is that exactly? 7? 283? Because the history classes I took, basically told me, that we A.) we killed more of our own "americans" i.e. "british transplants" than hardly anyone else in the world pre- (and during) our civil war, and that B.) we continued to send out more "americans" to die post- civil war - To countries, that undoubtedly would have just continued to kill their own people without our interference, or insistence of something as useless as a "democracy" in which a "vote" is for the most part meaningless to the electoral college that actually has the vote, and by no means is held responsible for "representing" those americans whose lives were saved...

TheJ wrote
I have this shirt. It does stir up as much conversation as you'd think if not more. I once gave a speech on nuclear weapons in my speech class while wearing it for irony.

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