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Adding the new shirt collection for Simpology today

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As you can see from the image this word is the study of keeping things simple.  As a monk would do.  Someone that fully understands a project will do this more than not while achieving his goals.  Although, if it's fixing cars and such, it might get messy!  But the end results would show how a Simpologist works!

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Ways to Wear T-shirts to Work

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Here Are Some Ways To Wear T-shirts To Work There was a time when ‘casual Fridays’ for office goers means dressing up in anything other than formals to celebrate the end of a workweek. People showed up in t-shirts, jeans, sneakers, hoodies- basically, anything that was appropriate and permissible. Today, things have started to change. Workplaces are beginning to embrace a culture that allows you to be casual every day of the week while striking a balance between style and professionalism with your work outfits. One wardrobe must-have that can help you achieve that is t-shirts. Using out short sleeve shop...

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New Graphics for shirts

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A new graphic has been added. "Shadow can be cloaked in Radiance" is the phrase with wonderful graphic of an Angel and Demon mix.  Shows the mix of two sides within us.  Working only on one side is not enough to fix the other.  Of course each person can look at this with their own ideas, but mine comes from this way.  No matter what it's very poetic and looks fabulous!

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Complicosis - the meaning

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The meaning of this word is pretty obvious after reading it.  It seems time and again things, that should be simple, become much, much more.  I used to work in computers and so often projects would come up that at first seemed the best thing in the world.  And then, boom, things just don't turn out well.   For example I was asked to create a web site for our group, not the business.  Right away I saw this was going to change, and brought it up.  It was ignored, mostly due to not understanding what I was saying.  There is a...

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