Get your free Molon Labe Shirt here. Well, actually they are a penny. Paypal won’t let me sell something for $0 plus shipping. Why am I doing this? Am I mad? What’s the catch? Well, of course there’s a catch, I want to get you on my newsletter. That’s all. Now that I think about it I guess it’s not really that much of a catch. I’m not a spammer, just a small business owner trying to grow his business. You’ll get occassional emails from MolonLabeShop.com and MLSArms.com (MLS in MLS Arms stands for Molon Labe Shop, pretty clever huh?). I won’t bombard you with emails, right now I send about one per month. Sometimes two if I have something important to say. And I try to keep them short, sweet and to the point.
All I ask of you is you pay postage and handling and agree to be added to my newsletter and I will send you a free shirt! The shirt I’m offering is our first design, the Greek Carving shirt. It’s a copy of the carving as inscribed on a monument at Thermopylae. Here’s a picture of the actual carving.
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Molon Labe is a greek phrase roughly translated to “Come and take them!”
Molon Labe is reportedly the defiant response of King Leonidas of Sparta to Xerxes of Persia at the battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC. Xerxes requested the Spartans and their allies to lay down their weapons and their lives would be spared. The legendary response has become a classic expression of defiance. It is akin to “over my dead body”, or “From my cold, dead hands”.
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Pronunciation: Mo-Lone La-Vay