Look, I’m not the politically correct type, so I’m just going to put this out there: Ebola is the neo-Nazism of niggling knee injuries. The kind of threat it poses to the American way of life essentially makes it the North Korea of peanut allergies. I’m not going to lie to you, and I don’t care what color you are, you could be red, green, blue, purple, whatever; you need to understand that Ebola (the Obama of Osama, but don’t quote me) is literally the “Some of my best friends are black” of #NotAllMen. But the burning question no one has raised yet is whether Ebola is the Newsweek of halitosis.
Batman’s parents are dead, and he’s able to idealize them. Have you ever noticed how many stories there are about lonely, rich, orphaned men who have everything except loving and nurturing relationships? Men are only permitted to contemplate their emotional needs when all other desires have been exhausted. And like a kid who thinks he’s angry but is actually hungry, Batman needs love but wants revenge.
Costume package includes the following items (click item numbers if you wish to purchase items separately):
One pair Air Force Style Aviators w/Brown Lenses #10200
One “Uncle Milty” Khaki Travel Vest #7546
One pair Olive Drab Vintage Fatigue Shorts #2160
Woodland Camo T-shirt #8777
One set of standard dog tags #BSC-001
Please note: Only 16 characters per line, five lines for these!
Brown T-Shirt (for undershirt) - #7848
Vintage Woodland Camo Shorts - #2140
Black Vintage Cargo Shorts - #2130
Coffee can, Larry’s homework, and/or ringer not included.
Alkaline batteries can be discarded in the trash. Standard alkaline batteries are not considered hazardous waste, since they no longer contain mercury. Place batteries with your regular trash, not in your recycling bin.
My dead battery stash is enormous. And also, apparently, unnecessary.