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5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
I’m not a gamer but social media science and political platforms. I can see how addictive electronic social life can be, but not to the extreme a person loses a job and Deadpool Doctor Strange Iron Man Thanos Thor mashup shirt, family. The only way that such a thing/behavior would flourish, is when a third party creates an atmosphere to tolerate and enable the gamer’s habits. In other words, letting your fully grown child who can get a job live with you free while on top of free rent/living, you give them an allowance. If you are a breadwinner wife and let your hubby live life at home without financial responsibilities. Third-party tolerance to some extreme would lead to this. Blaming games or lame excuse situations and/or -people are the causes of my outcome- in man’s own failures is just a natural thing that makes someone feel better.
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I used Deadpool Doctor Strange Iron Man Thanos Thor mashup shirt and got hooked. I’m a very competitive person, so I would spend hours upon hours keeping ahead or trying to catch up with my online peeps. I even had a friend in a different time zone that would log into my account for me to keep my games moving forward while I slept and worked, and I would do the same for her. It wasn’t just about the game, it was the interaction with others and my competitiveness that drove me to online gaming. I lived in a very small town of about 150 people, so I was isolated during nonworking hours.
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My friend and I would play various games until they closed them, then find another to play. We even found ways to profit off of games we played, which turned one of our games into a business that we took very seriously. This went on for years, and then we finally stopped gaming after the one we were playing closed. She went into online radio and I started doing other things. I guess I finally stopped playing because I eventually lost interest after our third or fourth game closed. I turned my energy towards other things at that point that didn’t involve my computer. Now I do a lot of woodworking and am currently starting up my own business. I have no urge to play video games anymore. It’s just too time-consuming and I get sucked in too easily.