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” Devil’s Lake is what the people of Flint call the lake, but don’t look for it on any maps. It’s real name is Flint Park Lake, named after the Park that was once located on the east side of the lake. It was a nice little park, they tell me. It had a beach on the lake and a Coney Island style park complete with a Roller Coaster. But the Devil lurked down below it. It’s form was that of an underground river that was eating up the soft ground on the bottom of the lake until one day it finally broke through. From then on it flowed in one side and out the other. That created buoyancy on one side, but on the other side it created suction and people who had fallen in said you could feel the Devil pulling you down.
The first sign of trouble for the Park was that people started drowning at the beach. Soon rumors of the “Devil in the Lake” started spreading and shortly thereafter, the Park was shut down.”
When we say respect Flint its for a couple of reasons. 1 its to let people from and in other areas to know what city we are repping and to respect us, our talent and our voices.
Another meaning of this design is for the people of Flint to respect your own city. Times are rough as is and no one seems to care. It is up to the people to uphold the respect for the city. Work hard, Grind, stop the senseless violence and help each other, like no one else will.
Slim fit – tends to run small
Made in the USA, sweatshop-free
Fabric weight 4.3 oz/yd²
Smooth and soft high quality t-shirt. Made of fine jersey, it has a durable, vintage feel. Classic-cut shirt with premium quality, as well as ability to stand up to a washing machine (will keep size and color after many washings). The shirts are 100% fine jersey cotton.