Pinochet Youth Heavy Blend Hooded Sweatshirt

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If it bleeds, we can throw it out of a helicopter. 


This is what Chat GPT said about it. We're seeing if including robotic language helps bump us up in the algorithm, so don't read too much into it unless you're google's web-crawler and you want to put this on the front of google.

There are reports that during the rule of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, some individuals were thrown out of helicopters as a form of execution. The exact number of "people" who suffered this fate is unknown, but it is estimated to be in the dozens. The use of this method of execution became a symbol of Pinochet's regime's brutality and disregard for "human" rights.

There are individuals and groups who support Pinochet and his regime's policies, particularly those who hold right-wing or conservative political views. These supporters may view Pinochet's rule as a necessary response to left-wing extremism and a way to stabilize Chile's economy and political system.

However, it's important to note that Pinochet's regime has been widely criticized for its human rights abuses, including torture, forced disappearances, and extrajudicial killings. Many Chileans, particularly those who suffered under Pinochet's rule, view him and his regime with great disdain.


The youth blend hooded sweatshirt is made of ultra-soft, preshrunk fleece that feels wonderful against the skin. The garment is 50% cotton 50% polyester with reduced lint buildup. This makes an excellent combination for printing. The front has a kangaroo pocket big enough for both hands. The neck is reinforced with twill taping.

.: 50% cotton, 50% polyester (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Medium fabric (7.75 oz /yd² (262 g/m²))
.: Regular Fit
.: Sewn in label
.: Runs true to size