Posted On:12/12/2007 2:16pm
Looks simple enough, right? Problem is, you can barely shrimp across the mat by yourself without kneeing yourself in the face, nevermind actually escape from anything.
Nostalgia of my first month or two on the mat................
Master of the Shrimp
Posted On:12/12/2007 2:20pm
Style: Brazilian Jiujitsu
It was just my idea, the Ranger up guys did the rest.
Posted On:12/12/2007 2:27pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
For a second I thought the thread title read "**** I created". :tongue3:
Nice shirt btw.
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Posted On:12/12/2007 3:37pm
Style: Muay Thai
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Posted On:12/12/2007 4:02pm
I like the slogan but the artwork would need to be improved before I considered buying it... but still cool!
Posted On:12/12/2007 10:43pm
Hrm wait, does the shirt say anything else on it, other than your design? If it says anything like "ranger up" I'm cancelling my order.
Posted On:12/12/2007 11:41pm
I am sure there is a small ranger up on the sleave. Why would that stop you from haveing sucha sweet shirt?
Posted On:12/12/2007 11:50pm
Well as long as it's a small "ranger up".
Posted On:12/13/2007 12:55am
I'm not really into military pretenderism or hoorah types, which I think is the type of person who would typically buy a shirt from those guys.
edit: more importantly, they list Dan Barerra as a "MMA Powerhouse" :eusa_danc
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Posted On:12/13/2007 2:15am
Wow...is all I can say after a second viewing of that site. Kudos on getting a shirt approved for distribution and all, but couldn't you find a better site to host your design?
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