Zavala Designs Destiny shirt .This cool t-shirt is a keepsake from Chinatown in San Francisco and it features a graphic of a Chinese dragon. Lots of major cities have Chinatowns but perhaps the most famous, and certainly one of the largest, can be found in San Fran. It’s the oldest Chinatown neighborhood in North America and the largest Chinese settlement outside of Asia. Chinatown is residential but there are also plenty of businesses that cater to immigrants and folks of Chinese decent, as well as plenty of tourists. Chinatown boasts more annual visitors than the Golden Gate Bridge with many tourists coming to enjoy authentic food, shops, and take pictures underneath the famous Dragon Gate.This sweet shirt is a keepsake from a tour of the salt mines in Detroit, Michigan. One of Michigan’s best kept secrets is the hundreds of acres of salt mines directly below the city of Detroit. These salt deposits are the remnants of an ancient ocean that evaporated over the span of millions of years. The rock salt deposits were first discovered in the late 19th century and the mine officially opened by 1910. This shirt must have come from a trip to the mines after 1983 but before 1997, which is when Crystal Mines Inc. owned the mine. The mine continues to be active, mostly producing deicing road salt for the Midwest.
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Zavala Designs Destiny shirt .This cool ringer tee celebrates the classic 80s character, Ernest P. Worrell. Comedian Jim Varney started playing Ernest in local commercials in his native state of Kentucky. The commercials followed a specific format that involved Ernest showing up at his neighbor Vern’s house and addressing the camera directly, as if the viewer were Vern.Varney’s ads were so popular that he eventually got to star in several movies as Ernest, including Ernest Goes to Camp, Ernest Goes to Jail, and Ernest Saves Christmas. In the late 80s, Varney starred in one season of a children’s sketch comedy show called Hey Vern, It’s Ernest! Although Varney died in 2000 at only 50 years old, fans continue to enjoy his work and laugh out loud at Ernest P. Worrell’s goofy adventures.