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Lively up yourself in rasta colors and reggae flavor. Bob Marley's 1974 album Natty Dread inspired the yellow shirt, while the powerful lion, symbolic of Marley's Rastafarian beliefs, decorates our black shirt.
I recently got into T-shirts and have been buying as many as I can. They are comfortable and do a great job keeping you cool in the summer, allowing your arms to breathe. I don't know who this Bob Marley fellow is, but if he endorses T-shirts, he's got the right idea. Put on a t-shirt. You won't regret it, buddy.
By ProudDiabetesSufferer from Hammond, IN
I love lions. I have no idea what the black man with the dread locks is about, and wish his silly hair wasn't blocking the lion. Oh well. The shirt is still comfortable and fits my extra-large frame with plenty of room to spare.
By Stuart from Chicago, IL
If you maybe bought this shirt thinking it would do something really amazing under a black light, and maybe also spent all your savings on black lights thinking they would change your life, you're going to be disappointed. Mom was right all along.
By Ron from Lincoln, NE
I recently learned from an officemate that this Robert Marley character is associated with "weed culture." Well, now I feel like a fool. I've been wearing this shirt for weeks thinking he was some kind of lion tamer, like Siegfried and Roy. I am extremely horrified that SkyMall is now promoting weed, a drug that has crippled millions with its debilitating effects.
I will not be purchasing anymore products from SkyMall for 4-6 weeks in protest.
By HisGospel from Pigeon Forge, TN
Bob Marley is associated with the Rastafarian faith, a pagan religion dedicated to the worship of the president of Ethiopia. Mr. Marley himself was a Reggae Wizard in the cult, the highest rank attainable, and was known to force innocents to "get high" and "chill out." If you are a Christian you Should Not Be Wearing this shirt.
Get the facts at CHRISTIAN-KNOWLEDGE-TRUTH.info
By CopWife2 from Deadwood, SD
DON'T BUY THIS SHIRT. Bob Marley is a notorious rapper and therefore supports the killing of our police officers. My fiancé is a police officer and deserves better. SHAME ON YOU SKYMALL.
By GrandpaCool from Tucson, AZ
First thing's first. I'm a grandpa. Got five kids and sixteen grand kids. Bought this shirt because all the kids love black singers these days. The Snoopy Dog, Doctor Andre, Conway West and the fella from NCIS. None of my grandkids had any idea who Bob Marley is, so I don't think he's a very good singer. Look for some other black people shirts if you're buying for youngsters.
By FinanceWiz from Pueblo, CO
I bought this shirt hoping to impress a black guy who works in the office. Worked like a charm, because when he saw me wear it he smiled really big. Was hoping he'd say something so we could maybe break the ice, but I'll figure that out next. Thanks, SkyMall! Feel like I can now safely think of him as "my black friend."
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