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#maevewest: See The T-shirts That Are Edgy -- For Iowa

#maevewest: See The T-shirts That Are Edgy -- For Iowa

#MaeveWest: See the T-shirts that are edgy -- for Iowa Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. See the T-shirts that are edgy...for Iowa 02:24 When it comes to Midwest humor, there's a line that you don't cross. Mike Draper's RAYGUN clothing company in Iowa pushes it to the edge. "I went to the Iowa State Fair and all I got was Type-2 diabetes," reads one light blue shirt that is prominently displayed in the floor to ceiling windows at RAYGUN's new Des Moines headquarters. An edgier choice for the 2016 presidential cycle? A pair of slim-fitting navy boxers with the slogan: "Iowa Caucus 2016: Rising to the Occasion." Then there are the classics that made RAYGUN a wardrobe staple for aides and reporters who converge on this state every four years. Draper still sells the "Jon Stewart for President" shirts that he began printing during the 2004 election cycle when he was selling shirts while shivering on Manhattan street corners. Other shirts that stood the test of time are those with quintessentially RAYGUN slogans: "Iowa: Wave the next time you fly over!" "Des Moines: Hell Yes." and "Quit Playing Ames With My Heart." RELATED: Going on the shad run in Virginia For anyone who trades in presidential politics, RAYGUN is now a landmark near the Des Moines state Capitol. Though the bricks and mortar store has only been around (officially) since 2005, it has come to exemplify the ethos of the young, hip Des Moines -- a city experiencing a renaissance that has drawn a new generation of young professionals back to Iowa. It's niche? Wry, distinctively Midwest humor sold in the form of tank tops, magnets, coasters and coozies in the company's three stores (Des Moines, Kansas City and Iowa City, as well as online). "It's a heavy lift Continue reading >>

Boy's Slogan Part Of Larger Effort To Raise Diabetes Awareness

Boy's Slogan Part Of Larger Effort To Raise Diabetes Awareness

Boy's slogan part of larger effort to raise diabetes awareness Oct7,2013at12:01AM Oct7,2013at6:02AM Ten-year-old Mark Vandewiele flexed his biceps in imitation of the cartoon on his shirt, which reads Tough guys have diabetes. Like the stick figure on his shirt, Vandeweile a Type 1 diabetic wears an insulin pump at his hip. He chose the slogan himself, which 60 friends and family members adopted for the afternoon to raise money and awareness for the autoimmune disease that affects children and adults. In the nine years since his diagnosis, Marks family has raised more than $160,000 to help find a cure for the disease. It used to be that my wife and myself would do a lot of the organizing, but now he can be so much more involved, Marks father, Matt Vandewiele, said. Ten-year-old Mark Vandewiele flexed his biceps in imitation of the cartoon on his shirt, which reads Tough guys have diabetes. Like the stick figure on his shirt, Vandeweile a Type 1 diabetic wears an insulin pump at his hip. He chose the slogan himself, which 60 friends and family members adopted for the afternoon to raise money and awareness for the autoimmune disease that affects children and adults. In the nine years since his diagnosis, Marks family has raised more than $160,000 to help find a cure for the disease. It used to be that my wife and myself would do a lot of the organizing, but now he can be so much more involved, Marks father, Matt Vandewiele, said. More than 4,000 people convened at Glen Oak Park on Sunday for the 35th annual Ron Santo Walk to Cure Diabetes and first Run for Type 1, many wearing colorful shirts with the name or likeness of someone affected by diabetes. Rick and Jennifer McDonald worked for more than a month to raise more than $10,000 for the cause and will keep raising fun Continue reading >>

The Beyond Type 1 2015 Gift Guide!

The Beyond Type 1 2015 Gift Guide!

Even Type 1 Diabetes deserves a little love! Whether you want to show some love to the Type 1 in your life or you are a Type 1 who wants to show a little extra love to your supplies, devices and accessories, weve got you covered!Now you may be under the impression thatdiabetes gifts are boring. Well, think again! Gone are the days of ugly glucose monitor cases and dullmedical IDs. There are so many companies out there making diabetes a little more fun with fabulous products. Here are some favorites! Do you sometimes wish you could punch your pancreas for not working? Do you wish you couldjust take it and throw it across the room in a fit of high-blood-sugar-induced annoyance? Well now you can (kind of) with the famous Powerful Pancreas Plushy (1) ! It also doubles as a perfect snuggle buddy to use while trying to fall back asleep after those 3 a.m. lows. For the younger Type 1s out there, you can make your little T1D feel like a superhero with this Super Medical Alert Necklace (2) from Laurens Hope! Speaking of Superheroes, your Pumperwill feel invinciblewith this Superhero Pump Pouch (3) . In case your child wants a different pattern, fear not! Dazzling Pump Pouches has all sorts of fun fabric options that are perfect for kids and teens, and you can even customize your own. We love getting our daily laugh on with Type 1 Diabetes Memes, and we love all thecute gear they havelike this Type One Bag (4)! The bags, T-shirts, phone cases and more have adorabledesigns andempowering slogans that are perfect for all ages and genders. Help your little T1D love their guts with an adorable printed onesie or t-shirt from Mama Case Prints (5) . Mama Case is designed by the mama of Eddy , one of the cutest 3-year-old Type 1 diabetics you will ever see, and Eddy even has a few design Continue reading >>

Funny Diabetes T-shirts From The Sugar Shop For Your T1d

Funny Diabetes T-shirts From The Sugar Shop For Your T1d

Summary: Here are six funny diabetes t-shirts to poke fun at non-functioning pancreases. I think that humor is a great way to get through the difficult things in life. And if you can’t laugh at yourself (or your broken pancreas!!), then maybe you need to lighten up some of the burden. I saw Isa, who we met at JDRF Children’s Congress in 2015, sporting a shirt that read, “Make my pancreas great again.” I knew I needed to get that shirt for Q, who may or may not already own 1,500 t-shirts. But when we went to The Sugar Store to look for the shirt, we found about half a dozen shirts that Q claims she needs. What’s cool is that you can choose the style and color for each shirt when you order. Here are our top six: Make My Pancreas Great Again Do you have a great idea for a diabetes t-shirt? You can create and sell your own designs on TeePublic, which is pretty cool! Let me know if you do. (Disclosure: post contains affiliate links.) Continue reading >>

What Are Some Funny Mottos/slogans For Tshirts For A Diabetes Walk?

What Are Some Funny Mottos/slogans For Tshirts For A Diabetes Walk?

What are some funny mottos/slogans for tshirts for a diabetes walk? My family and I are taking part in a diabetes walk in October and I am designed Tshirts for our group. Does anyone have any suggestions for some silly/funny mottos to put on the front of the T's? Of course Id like it to be diabetic related and light hearted..just to lighten the mood =) Are you sure you want to delete this answer? they have some great t-shirts that you could "steal" the sayings from such as... Never underestimate the power of a diabetic One day I would love to say I (or your loved one) HAD diabetes Insulin is not a cure - it's life support Source(s): Secret To Destroy Diabetes : Source(s): Cure Diabetes At Home : I'm a 45 year old woman and was recently diagnosed as being a borderline diabetic. My doctor prescribed some medication, but before filling it I decided to do some research on the internet which led me to the methods. After reading this ebook and applying the methods, my scepticism turned to 100% belief. I noticed that my energy levels increased significantly and I felt more rested in the morning, my symptoms started going away. I am very happy to tell you that I have been feeling better than I have felt in years and my doctor informed me that he will be taking me off my prescriptions if I keep this up. I recommend you use the Type 2 Diabetes Destroyer to naturally reverse your diabetes. With the newer types of insulin these days, diabetic diets aren't necessarily as restrictive as they used to be. Read here As with any medicine or diet change, you should discuss it with your doctor. Fruits, both fresh and dried, have a natural sugar in them that will raise blood sugar levels, so be careful about eating too much. Not sure about the nuts. Moderation is always the key. I've been Continue reading >>

Safety T-shirts - Awareness Gifts | Positive Promotions

Safety T-shirts - Awareness Gifts | Positive Promotions

Safety t-shirts are an excellent method of advertising your message to employees and the community, during National Safety Month in June and all year. You can outfit your safety team at open houses, school visits, and outreach events. Or give safety t-shirts as recognition rewards to staff members who practice dependable work habits. With exclusive themes and creative designs, they're perfect for casual Fridays or everyday wear. When it comes to community and workplace safety awareness tools and incentives, look no further than Positive Promotions. We have everything you need to get your campaigns running and keep employees inspired to practice safe work habits, from educational activities books, safety guides, and magnets to mugs, bracelets, and safety t-shirts. Discover both short sleeve and long sleeve safety t-shirts for outfitting employees that attend outreach events, or those that deserve recognition for going above and beyond at practicing safety. Our premium apparel collection is great for EMS workers, law enforcement, and firefighters, including our Bragging Rights t-shirts to help show professional pride and the special Law Enforcement For A Cure t-shirts in support of breast cancer awareness. This selection of safety t-shirts also features exclusive slogans that are sure to get noticed wherever they're worn. You can also pick up t-shirts featuring beneficial reminders like 10 Rules of Safety and 10 Reasons Teamwork Matters. Comfortable and cost-effective, they're the perfect fit for raising safety awareness in the community and the workplace. Continue reading >>

Can A Diabetic Eat Honey Roasted Peanuts Slogans Shirt

Can A Diabetic Eat Honey Roasted Peanuts Slogans Shirt

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Need With Help Slogans For Jdrf Walk

Need With Help Slogans For Jdrf Walk

This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More. We are painting our t-shirts for our JDRF walk, our first one, we are very excited!! We have picked our name which is Ally's Avengers. Now we are painting this on the shirts along with different slogans. Any of you creative enough to help me think of some catchy slogans to paint all over our shirts? I can't think of anything! Now that I think of it, I did see some on Facebook from the Flair buttons application. I will check that out. But any of you feel free to help me! We do shirts every year and here are a few of our favorites. We always put our team name on the front. Another year we did a "kick out diabetes" along the martial arts line as I am a Kajukenbo martial arts blackbelt instructor. With bam, pow, etc and figures on the back. This year she made them and we have a diabetes sign with a NO symbol over it on the front and a "help wanted" sign with cure diabetes on the back. Oh did I mention she chose SAFETY ORANGE as the shirt color. Like very many people are going to wear them day to day! Continue reading >>

Diabetes T-shirts | Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community

Diabetes T-shirts | Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community

Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community A spoonful of insulin helps the sugar go down I'm NOT drunk, I'm just having a DIABETIC moment! Sorry I jumped the queue, I'm diabetic (food needed) Drunk...or diabetic? Same appearance - different needs! We're looking at getting some t-shirts made, and would love to get some input from you all! We gathered up some ideas from Facebook and would like to give our forum users the opportunity to have the final say. If you've got any other great ideas for diabetes-related t-shirts, feel free to post them here! "Supporting the pharmaceutical industry since diagnosis." Sorry, have to ask. What are the T shirts for? TYPE 2 and palmed off on the practice nurse! We're looking at getting some t-shirts made, and would love to get some input from you all! We gathered up some ideas from Facebook and would like to give our forum users the opportunity to have the final say. If you've got any other great ideas for diabetes-related t-shirts, feel free to post them here! Sorry, have to ask. What are the T shirts for? I'd also like to know. I wouldn't wear one advertising the fact I'm diabetic! Not keen on "labelling" T shirts, someone once bought my son" I'm not naughty I'm autistic " T shirt and I thought it was awful, think it stops people seeing the person and they just see the label. Don't mind the donut one though as it's quite subtle, the spoonful of insulin one is a bit misleading if we are trying to educate the uninitiated, why give the message that insulin comes on a spoon Now I've had my grumpy old woman rant I'll leave quietly In agreement with Sarah69 - I personally dont want to advertise the fact I am diabetic and I alsosupport Avocado 7folds question - why Continue reading >>

Diabetes T-shirts, Gifts, And Information | Brought To You By Awareness Gift Boutique

Diabetes T-shirts, Gifts, And Information | Brought To You By Awareness Gift Boutique

Diabetes Testing: Its Better to Know for Sure Most Americans have at least one friend, family member, or coworker with diabetes, yet most are unaware of the dangers of the disease. Diabetes doubles the risk of heart attack and stroke, and its the main cause of blindness in adults. Statistics show that 1 out of every 13 Americans has diabetes, and twenty-five percent of those people arent yet aware they have the disease. According to the American Diabetes Association, someone is diagnosed with diabetes in the United States every 20 seconds. Its a good idea to talk with your doctor and learn whether you should be tested for diabetes. How frequently people are tested for diabetes depends on their age and risk factors for the condition. You may be at increased risk for diabetes if any of the following are true: Your parent, brother or sister has diabetes Diabetes is most often diagnosed by a test known as the fasting glucose test. After a person has fasted overnight for at least eight hours, a single sample of blood is drawn and sent to the laboratory for analysis or tested right in the doctors office with a glucose meter. The oral glucose tolerance test is another method of screening for diabetes. After a person has fasted overnight, their fasting plasma glucose is tested. After the test, the person receives 75 grams of glucose 100 grams for pregnant womentypically in a sweet-tasting liquid that the person drinks. Blood samples are taken at specific intervals to measure the blood glucose. Awareness Gift Boutique is a community comprised of cancer survivors, survivor spouses, and people who care about causes that mattercauses such as diabetes. Help us raise awareness of this all-too-common medical condition with our line of exclusive line of diabetes awareness t-shirts, ap Continue reading >>

116 Best Jdrf Walk Images On Pinterest | Diabetes Awareness, Cure And T Shirts

116 Best Jdrf Walk Images On Pinterest | Diabetes Awareness, Cure And T Shirts

Salt Resist Tie Dye - give your project a whole new look. Create shapes, words, and more - or do an all-over sprinkle! tank from the Type 1 Diabetes Memes Online Store! Type I diabetes is a very severe disease. The average life-span of a type 1 diabetic is years shorter than an average person. Im waiting for Apple to come out with the iPump. a Iphone/Ipod and Insulin pump all in one. Pump Full of Insulin - helps the sugar go down. insulin powered a positive take diabetes slogan MY diabetes suck, u other diabetics know what I'm talking about Tie Dye Breast Cancer Awareness: Reserved for Jim Praying for a cure. for my Granddaughter and ALL other kids who have to deal with the struggles of Type 1 Diabetes. Type One to Type None T-Shirt that we created for JDRF MinnDakotas! Proceeds from each shirt will go towards finding a cure for diabetes. Peace love and Insulin! Check out the t-shirts at www.chicalertmedid.com for the fun and cheeky tee's for those living with diabetes. #diabetes #t1d #t2D #type2 #identifyyourself #insulinnation #peaceloveandinsulin #staypositive #stopdiabetes #staysafe #diabetesnation Continue reading >>

Diabetes T-shirts | Teepublic

Diabetes T-shirts | Teepublic

We don't have to check with Jay and Queen Bey on this one. Boyfriends are great, buttttttttt Dogs and Insulin are really #1. A few years ago, I received a Facetime from one of the smiliest little girls I'd ever seen. I knew the second I met her, I knew we'd have a special relationship and that even though I have a few years on her, she would be a major source of inspiration for me. Her name is Isabella, and like me, she has type 1 diabetes. Isabella is a triplet, and with the love and support of her amazing siblings (Mia & Max), and INCREDIBLE parents Kristina and Greg, she is growing up to be a fearless lil' goddess who tackles her diabetes with guts and grace. This design is a nod to a shirt her parents hand-made her on her first diaversary. This week marks her 5th year of living with type 1. Learn more about her story here: portion of the proceeds from this shirt will be donated to Beyond Type 1. Learn more about BT1 here: Tags:not-cool, not-cool-diabetes, kids, humor, inspired-by-isabella A few years ago, I received a Facetime from one of the smiliest little girls I'd ever seen. I knew the second I met her, I knew we'd have a special relationship and that even though I have a few years on her, she would be a major source of inspiration for me. Her name is Isabella, and like me, she has type 1 diabetes. Isabella is a triplet, and with the love and support of her amazing siblings (Mia & Max), and INCREDIBLE parents Kristina and Greg, she is growing up to be a fearless lil' goddess who tackles her diabetes with guts and grace. This design is a nod to a shirt her parents hand-made her on her first diaversary. This week marks her 5th year of living with type 1. Learn more about her story here: A portion of the proceeds from this shirt will be donated to Beyond Type 1. L Continue reading >>

Fiction: Jun 17 | Books | The Guardian

Fiction: Jun 17 | Books | The Guardian

Come Dance with Me, by Russell Hoban (Bloomsbury, 7.99) Christabel Alderton is the latest in a line of charming oddities fashioned by Russell Hoban. The singer in a veteran rock band - "the guys in the band use up the same amount of liniment, painkillers, and knee and elbow bandages as a football team but we still make money and they love us in Tirana" - her life so far has led to the premature death of every man who's been close to her. Then she meets Elias Newman, a consultant in diabetes, in front of Odilon Redon's The Cyclops at a Royal Academy private view and rushes off to throw up in the ladies. Hoban plots the middle-aged romance from Hackney to Hawaii via the Hammersmith Apollo, through Elias's and Christabel's alternating narratives. Coincidences and near misses dog Elias's pursuit, while Christabel worries that a novel variation on the disasters that took away her previous blokes will befall her new lover. Now over 80, Hoban is still a sprightly writer, but for all his research on rock music, diabetes, German mythology and T-shirt slogans, this gentle autumnal love story takes an unnecessarily complicated route to its obvious denouement. We've had Penelope moaning via Margaret Atwood that Homer never bothered to see her point of view; now another writer does a "herstory" collection of Biblical tales. RM Lamming, whose Methodist upbringing gave her an easy familiarity with the Scriptures, begins with Eve, thrown out of paradise into a wonderfully imagined raw place where "Time had begun", and takes us via Genesis and Exodus to Pilate's wife watching from the sidelines as her husband makes the biggest mistake of his career. "You cannot know how stimulating it is to find one's self so close to power," remarks a friend of Mrs Pilate over dinner, but Lamming's wo Continue reading >>

Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls

Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls

3775 Reviews From here the story could take many turns. A guy walks into a bar and meets the love of his life. A guy walks into a bar and finds no one else is there. When this guy is David Sedaris, the possibilities are endless. In Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls, Sedaris delights with twists of humour and intelligence, remembering his father's dinnertime attire (shirtsleeves and underpants) his first colonoscopy (remarkably pleasant) and the time he considered buying the skeleton of a murdered pygmy. By turns hilarious and moving, David Sedaris masterfully looks at life's absurdities as he takes us on adventures that are not to be forgotten. I still can't figure out why it's called Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls. Some of the essays are interesting, but some are just too over the top. Not a book I would recommend. Read full review More like a 2 1/2 for me. His writing is probably at the end of the line for me. I just don't find him nearly as funny as I used too. Read full review With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris has become one of America's pre-eminent humor writers. The great skill with which he slices through cultural euphemisms and political correctness proves that Sedaris is a master of satire and one of the most observant writers addressing the human condition today. David Sedaris is the author of Barrel Fever and Holidays on Ice, as well as collections of personal essays, Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, When You Are Engulfed in Flames and his most recent book, Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls, each of which became an immediate bestseller. The audio version of Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls was a Grammy nominee for Best Spoken Word Album. He is the author of the New York Times-bestselling col

A Surprising Diabetes Helper

A Surprising Diabetes Helper

want to save this for later?My Favorites is a feature for registered users only. Sign up today to get started. Log in / Register Now >> Sometimes the simplest tools make a big difference in successfully managing diabetes. Grab a marker from your desk or kitchen drawer. Yes, a marker. Any color is fine, but permanent is best. Get going with the following ideas. 1. Mark food boxes and cans to show how each item fits into your meal plan. Who wants to squint at the small print on the Nutrition Facts panel when hunger pangs hit? Go through your pantry and write meal-plan essentials on the sides of boxes and cans. Note calories and fat grams per serving if you're intent on losing weight, and keep track of carbs if you count them. 2. Keep track of finger pricks when you lance for blood sugar testing. To make sure you adequately rotate lancing sites, outline your hand on a piece of paper. Place a dot on the outline to mark your most recent lancing site. The next time you lance, choose a different spot. One strategy you might try is hitting two or three spots on the outside of a finger, then two or three on the inside before moving to the next finger. 3. Write encouraging words on the bottom of your exercise shoes. Whether your workout is a walk around the mall or a 5K, keep your spirits up and acknowledge the effort you've put into getting some movement each day. Try inspirational words like these: Go for It!, Check Out My Moves or Just One More Step. 4. Know how to measure 15 grams of liquid carbohydrate to treat low blood sugar. Doctors suggest treating hypoglycemia, a blood sugar reading under 70 mg/dl, with about 15 grams of rapidly absorbed carbohydrate. When glucose gel or tabs aren't handy, consider 4 ounces of fruit juice or sugary soda. It's easy to overdo it, so mark Continue reading >>

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