The long-sleeve T-shirt of Revelations

Men
The long-sleeve T-shirt of Revelations - Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt
The long-sleeve T-shirt of Revelations - Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt
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The long-sleeve T-shirt of Revelations - Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt
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The long-sleeve T-shirt of Revelations - Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt
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The long-sleeve T-shirt of Revelations - Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt
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The long-sleeve T-shirt of Revelations
Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt
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Standard weight long sleeve t-shirt for men, 100% cotton, Brand: Hanes
$21.49
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Description
Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt
Normal fit
  • Standard weight long sleeve t-shirt for men
  • 100% cotton
  • Brand: Hanes
Great for tossing around the pigskin in the fall or for layering in the winter, this Hanes long sleeve t-shirt should have a place in every man’s drawer. The heavyweight fabric makes this item a versatile must-own for every season — it’s not too light for chilly days, and not too heavy for the warmer ones — it’s just right.
  • 100% cotton | Fabric Weight: 6.1 oz (heavyweight)
  • Double-stitched collar and waist
  • Reinforced shoulder construction maintains shape after repeated washings
  • Ribbed collar and cuffs
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Size chart
A (inch)
B (inch)
C (inch)
S
27.52
17.52
25.0
M
28.98
20.28
25.51
L
31.5
21.5
25.98
XL
31.97
24.49
26.5
2XL
32.48
25.98
27.01

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The long-sleeve T-shirt of Revelations
The etymology of the word "Apocalypse" lies in the Greek words apo (away from) and kaluptein (cover), together meaning "to pull the cover away from". Who knew George Clinton and P-funk were being so directly apocryphal with their oft-repeated threats to "Tear the roof off the sucka"? Not this author. Easily the most controversial book in the Bible, Revelations sparked a dustup in 4th century Rome over its inclusion in the Great Book. The (mis-)reading of apocalyptic literature also forms the backdrop of conflict and Inquisitorial persecution to Umberto Eco's excellent 'The Name of the Rose'. As for what it does - or does not - say: apart from being the only book in the Bible to explicitly mention dragons, a decided plus, Revelations reads pretty much like what it is, an intermittently transcribed oral diary of the visions of a man living - in a way which makes 'Survivor' contestants seem like guests at The Plaza - on a sun-blasted bit of rock off the coast of Greece. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ almighty - altar - amen - angel - art - beast - aehold - blood - book - christ - city - clothed - cried - day - death - down - dragon - dwell - ear - earthquake - elders - eyes - faithful - fear - fell - fire - first - fornication - four - gates - glory - god - golden - hand - hath - heard - heaven - holy - honour - horns - horse - hurt - image - jesus - lamb - life - light - lord - loud - mark - men - midst - mighty - nations - night - nor - one - overcometh - people - pit - plagues - poured - power - prophets - saints - satan - sea - seal - servants - seven - sharp - sitteth - slain - smoke - spirit - stars - stone - sun - sword - temple - ten - testimony - thou - throne - thy - time - tribe - true - twelve - voice - war - waters - wine - woman - word - works - world - worship - worthy - wrath