In the town of Morehead City 

April 20, 1941,

Mr. Dammit was brought into this world, a 4 oz 6-inch long little bundle of joy. He brought smiles and happiness everywhere he swam!

But with smiles and joy, there was also hardship and despair. Little did he know the world was in a mass conflict. As his little beaver life begin to start his father was sent off overseas to help fight the war on the nazis.

In 1945

Mr Dammit’s father ultimately lost his life fighting for this great country we call home.

The loss of his father sent him into a downward spiral and a deep depression, which led to the creation of the iconic English rock band known as “The Beavers” in 1960. Dropping hit after hit like “Long tall Beaver” and “Please Mr Beaver,” Mr. Dammit dropped hit after hit for over a decade.

Fast forward

To 1962

Mr. Dammit took a job in the secret service protecting President Kennedy. After the tragic assassination of President Kennedy in 1963, M.r Dammit devoted the next 6 years of his life preparing to land on the moon.

In July 1969, Mr. Dammit and Neil Armstrong, successfully placed the first foot ever, on the moon.

After their arrival back in

August 69'

Mr. Dammit and the rest of the Apollo 11 crew celebrated their space race victory with the largest concert in the world — WoodStock.

After the concert Mr. Dammit announced his retirement and moved to the West Coast where he spent most of his days sipping martinis on the beach.

A decade passes,

and Mr. Dammit’s former friend and lead co-singer John Lennon was tragically murdered outside of his home. Mr. Dammit declared he was coming out of retirement and taking up Law to help put more criminals behind bars.

In 1993, Mr. Dammit was elected Judge over the Los Angeles County Superior Court. He is well know for presiding over the infamous case of The People of the State of California v. Orenthal James (OJ) Simpson. Mr. Dammit continued presiding in Los Angeles until 2001, when the United States was the victim of a terrorist attack.

After the

September 11th attacks

Mr. Dammit went on to serve one tour of duty in Iraq in 2005 and a second tour in Afghanistan in 2011. During his second tour he met the owner of The now popular apparel brand “Combat Waterfowl” 

After he returned to the states, he settled down in Georgia and lived a peaceful life up until 2020 when he was the first registered case of COVID-19 in the United States. He miraculously recovered from the virus and has since started this apparel company to bring his stories to life!