WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER T SHIRT - MOTORHEAD T SHIRTS - PORCH MONKEY FOR LIFE T SHIRT
- American Summer is a 2009 comedy film from Seven Arts Pictures directed by James B. Rogers. It stars Efren Ramirez and Matthew Lillard.
- A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
- 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.
- 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.
Tasty and nutrition-free as a snow cone on a hot summer day, Wet Hot American Summer is a silly, hilarious throwback to those mildly smutty early-'80s teen comedies. It takes place on the last day of Camp Firewood's 1981 season, and it's everyone's last chance for romance, self-realization, and of course the Big Talent show. The movie is filled with brilliant comic performances; it looks like the cast just took over a summer camp and had a great time. Writers Michael Showalter and David Wain have captured the essence of parody: absolutely nailing the conventions of their subject, kidding the hell out of it, and all the while showing a real fondness for the genre. People unfamiliar with Meatballs and its many imitators may well be left cold by Wet Hot American Summer, but anyone born between 1965 and 1980 will love it. --Ali Davis
Dawn on Alta Lake
In the summer of 1980
Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, there was a little town nestled in the Coastal Range Mountains called Alta Lake BC. The town was home to a diverse group of hippies, rednecks, and other assorted characters who collectively called themselves locals. These locals loved to ski and they knew they lived the best ski town in the world.
The town existed only to give the locals a place to eat and sleep when they weren’t skiing. The mountain had been developed specially for them. Every now and then someone from out of town would show up to pay money to ski but they were generally discouraged. These annoying visitors were known to the locals as turkeys. It wasn’t good to be a turkey in Alta Lake BC.
The inhabitants of this little town spent their winters skiing and their summers recovering. There were no grocery stores in town. There were no red lights. There was no police station. There was no bank (there had been but someone stole it). There was no laundromat. Almost nobody had a television. Nobody cared. It was about the skiing and in all likelihood the challenges of living in this town selected only the lunatic fringe that would look past the multitude of inconveniences and focus on the incredible skiing. Whatever the reason the locals were a fairly cohesive if somewhat eccentric group of people
They lived on L’Apres pizza and Peterburgers, wore clothing made by T Shirt Al, went to Cosmic Fred’s movie nights every Sunday evening, and they skied. And skied. They hung out at Peak Corner with Rox , Bino, So and Swilly or in one of the blowbooths with Rabbit and Longbranch Mike and skied some more. They discussed philosophy with Bosco at Chateau Ghetto and watched Peter Helicopter do prairie chickens and then skied some more. Locals could always be recognized by the special sunglasses, Vuarnet #4002H that they all wore almost all the time. Those sunglasses served as a form of identification - they let everyone know the wearer belonged to the tribe.
In Alta Lake BC there used to be a sign at the top of GS (a run off a lift called the Blue Chair) that proclaimed “CAUTION! Fast Skiing Area, Long Skis Only!” This was strictly enforced. Locals liked to ski fast. Skiing Don’t Miss under a full moon was popular with some.
The locals had the entire alpine pretty much to themselves as it took between a half an hour to an hour to hike up Little Whistler and drop into one of the bowls. There was always a crucial chute full of untracked powder to be had. Then there was the incredibly long run down the north side of the mountain that was little more than a vehicle access road to the town’s garbage dump - and in this dump one could buy a piping hot cappuccino or hot chocolate. There was Franz’ run or the Downhill down to L’Apres and cold beer and pizza – two of the best ski runs (and some of the best pizza) ever. Locals could leave their packs hanging in the trees beside the Roundhouse and, if they didn’t feel like skiing with them, the packs would be magically transported down to the valley where they could be reclaimed at the end of the day. It never occurred to anyone that it wasn’t safe to leave a pack full of stuff hanging from a tree directly outside the only lodge on the mountain…
Locals loved to party and they did so at every opportunity. Regular everyday parties were augmented by special parties – Fast Eddie’s Freakers Ball, the Toad Hall Boogie, the Mogulbash celebration, the pool party at the Christiana with the B-Sides rocking it out, Halloween night at the Mt Whistler Lodge, Doug and the Slugs at the old Keg, to name but a few of the highlights of what was always a busy social season.
There were some good restaurants scattered about the little town too - L’Apres, Beau’s, and Rudy’s to name a few, and there were some great watering holes including the Mt Whistler Lodge, the Christiana, Le Club, the Moose, JB’s and the Boot. Especially the Boot.
The Ski Boot Motel was built in late 1960’s by David and Irene Andrews. It was a motel/hotel with an attached pub and restaurant. Over the years it was also called the Fitzimmons Creek Lodge, the Bavarian Inn, the White Gold Inn, and the Shoestring Lodge, but to locals it was always just the Boot.
There was never anything really special about the Boot – it was just a place the locals liked to go to drink beer and swap stories. In the early days there was a bit of a competition on who could make the most interesting entrance. It wasn’t all that unusual to see someone ride a horse into the place. Some remember one evening when a motorcycle was driven into the pub and up to the bar. The biker – quite pleased with his deed – strutted up to one of the five women in the place and tried to strike up a conversation. What he couldn’t see was the bartender filling the helmet he had left on the bar full of draft beer from one of the taps. His cockiness vanished when the bartender came up behind
Desert Island top 24 Films
Punch Drunk Love
Wet Hot American Summer
The 400 Blows
The Squid and The Whale
I Heart Huckabees
The Science of Sleep
The Life Aquatic
Good Will Hunting
Day For Night
Crimes and Misdemeanors
Me and You and Everyone We Know
Do the Right Thing
The Elephant Man
Cleo From 5 to 7
The Royal Tenenbaums
Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind
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American Girl Summer Fun Doll Stacked Stickers
Add personality to items like cards, scrapbook pages or photo frames with these dimensional stickers. It is so easy. Just peel and place on your project. Each set has 10 pieces. Each crafting kit includes a picture-prompted, step-by-step instruction booklet. American Girl Crafts are designed to inspire girls and help develop their creative thinking skills. Every American Girl Crafts project includes a Get Creative idea from American Girl.
Product Dimensions (inches): 0.2 (L) x 4.3 (W) x 7.9 (H)
Age: 8 to 13 years
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