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On Sale, T.J. Tees for True Patriots

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On this slow news day, just a little Patriots-proud heads-up for, oh, I dunno, Meat Loaf, Olympic silver-medalist Michael Carter, former State District Judge Ron Chapman, Tupinamba main man Eddie Dominguez, former city manager Jan Hart-Black, Monkee Mike Nesmith, smoky-throated actress Brenda Vaccaro, WFAA-Channel 8 morning-show anchor Cynthia Izaguirre and the rest of my fellow Thomas Jefferson High School ex-Patriots. Just got an e-mail linking me to an online shoppe full of retro Thomas Jefferson High School tees, on sale at end-of-summer prices. Me, I'm going for the tee at top; very Dazed and Confused. --Robert Wilonsky

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