As a kid, my father would take me to the weather guage pole downtown Port Aransas. There was this tall "Lone Star Beer" sign on top of a telephone pole. At the top of the pole was a windmill type device to give you the current wind speed. At eye level you could see the wind speed constantly changing in a glass enclosed meter. We visited this sign every morning before going fishing. It was a ritual for our family. Next to the guage was a little sign that said "Port A, where they bite every day". Over the years I've continued to quote that saying. Especially when the rain begins and the mosquito's come and attack me. They love me. I'm always the first one to get bit. It's still a slogan in Port A. Today I was given a custom made T-shirt because of my continued comment over the years. I though it was funny and took a pic of the T-shirt. It's a one of a kind. It was air bushed by a local artist. Please excuse the quality of the picture, as my digital camera shattered. Until I'm done researching cameras, I am using an old floppy drive digital Mavica that is twelve years old.