Tucson Charlotte FanForce T-Shirt run...

Discussion in 'SouthWest Region Discussion' started by TuskenFan, Mar 18, 2008.

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  1. TuskenFan Jedi Master

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    The Charlotte FanForce is doing a run of t-shirts. Anyone who is interested please check out this thread...

    http://boards.theforce.net/Message.aspx?topic=28212115&brd=10067
  2. cathiecat Force Ghost

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    If I have money in a few months after moving I will check this out and buy one.
  3. Jada Chapter Rep Charlotte, NC

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    Just let me know what size you want and I'll bring it to you in June. :)
  4. cathiecat Force Ghost

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    I'm sure a XXL is going to be the ticket.. even if I lost weight I still like a large t shirt. :) I'll let you know as time gets closer if I will have the money for one :)
  5. Jada Chapter Rep Charlotte, NC

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    Bah, I just asked you this in PM. 8-}

  6. cathiecat Force Ghost

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    and I answered it :)

    doubly good! ;)
  7. Jada Chapter Rep Charlotte, NC

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    You did? :confused:

    <----- is tired and doesn't feel well [face_sick]

    In case anyone is wondering what the Carolina blue looks like it is the blue of the UNC Tar Heels:

    [image=http://images.footballfanatics.com/productImages/_142000/FF_142068_xl.jpg]
  8. cathiecat Force Ghost

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    just what is a tar heel.....?? :)
  9. TuskenFan Jedi Master

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    Tar Heel is a nickname applied to the state and inhabitants of North Carolina, as well as the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's athletic teams (see North Carolina Tar Heels).

    The exact etymology of the nickname is unknown, but most experts believe its roots come from the fact that tar, pitch and turpentine created from the vast pine forests were one of North Carolina's most important exports early in the state's history.[1]

    Because the exact history of the term is unknown, many legends have developed to explain the history of the term. Some people believe it to be a nickname given during the U.S. Civil War, due to the state's importance on the Confederate side. "The North Carolina's troops stuck to their ranks like they had tar on their heels," you will hear some Southerns say.

    A town in Bladen County, North Carolina, is also named Tar Heel. The term Tar Heel gained vast popularity during the civil war.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tar_Heel
  10. cathiecat Force Ghost

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    Thank you, quite interesting actually :)
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