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Holy Heck. I'm not even sure how I feel about any of this. It is truly epic.
It's not my taste, I like stupid kid ones, or sci-fi geek (non-Star Wars), but this one is awesome. Truly neat.
Harrison Ford finding himself? Sweet shirt
They forgot to mention that Dr. Kimble was last seen driving a car owned by Bob Falfa (Harrison Ford) through the town of Absolution, where he crosses paths with Col. Woodrow Dolarhyde (Harrison Ford).
Reminds me of this comic.
Nathan Fillion meets Nathan Fillion meets Nathan Fillion! :D
I've got a bad feeling about this...
aeroboy wrote:Holy Heck. I'm not even sure how I feel about any of this. It is truly epic.
Harrison Ford is a wall street executive with everything going for him... only problem is... he's about to become: Harrison Ford!
Harrison Ford is Harrison Ford. Rated PG-13.
I think I may have had too much to drink tonight.... I'm seeing double! I'm also going to blame the alcohol for the fact that they're different... Double vision with a twist..
I'd watch that movie, but only if Harrison Ford made it.
Why are all the good shirts printed on grey/asphalt??? I literally have a stack of grey shirts lol
I love the design but I wish it was different colors.
Cynics take: Doesn't he have a new movie coming out? Who is paying you Woot?
Dim recollection pops up: "Who is paying you?" Is that a line from a Harrison Ford movie?
It seems familiar but I can't place it. Anybody?
Too perfect a design to pass up! Time to take the piggy bank outside the shed, its time has ended, lol :D
mjonatzke wrote:Why are all the good shirts printed on grey/asphalt??? I literally have a stack of grey shirts lol
I love the design but I wish it was different colors.
Alternative color options are an inevitable feature that will be adopted, as was the case at teefury
I remember this scene! Around the next corner there's a gold C3-PO statue on a trapped plinth, and then a rolling boulder shaped like the Death Star.
It's a weird movie.
Would be an awesome poster... don't like it as a shirt.
Love the art work but wish the print was on the back of the shirt. May just buy it anyway to add to my collection of shirts I like but will never wear.
Right there with you - it's as if there's some rule that geek shirts must be black or grey.
I actually skip buying on that note alone, anymore.
I really like this design but I have too many T Shirts. I would get this in a long-sleeve or a zip up hoodie. That would be great!
One's a lady-killer archaeologist/adventurer. The other's a dashing scoundrel with a heart of gold. They fight crime.
Now what would be really funny is to see Harrison Ford wearing this shirt.
meattroller wrote:Now what would be really funny is to see Harrison Ford wearing this shirt.
So, it's like discovering yourself. Very deep stuff.
beltbucklebob wrote:Would be an awesome poster... don't like it as a shirt.
And with a poster you could include the description with the other characters.
I wonder if this was inspired by Hitler vs Vader 2... http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AFA-rOls8YA#!
Vader: "Ask Indianna Jones who the woot I am."
For some context, you might want to watch part 1 first.
It used to not matter, but now I need specifics on what qualifies as "a long, long time ago" and "far, far away". I find it hard to believe that a man who travels via red lines on a parchment map could make the leap to interstellar travel.
Want. Moar. Sizes.
It would appear that Harrison Ford has finally found himself.
SilverRose99 wrote:I really like this design but I have too many T Shirts. I would get this in a long-sleeve or a zip up hoodie. That would be great!
Yeah, I totally don't really need more shirts....but this design is just awesome, so I want to have it! Maybe I can wait and hope they print it on something else later....
Why is this shirt not spontaneously combusting from sheer awesomeness???
Thanks for the kind words, everyone! Excellent write-up, woot writers.
idrivea911 wrote:It used to not matter, but now I need specifics on what qualifies as "a long, long time ago" and "far, far away". I find it hard to believe that a man who travels via red lines on a parchment map could make the leap to interstellar travel.
If he can travel via red lines on a parchment map of Earth, couldn't he do the same thing on a map of the known universe? Red lines can go anywhere, good sir.
How much of my money is enough, woot!? HOW MUCH???
At least Harrison Ford took the summer off so he could..... find himself...
grippy wrote:How much of my money is enough, woot!? HOW MUCH???
we need at least another dollar.
I just assumed the ones who can do interstellar travel were responsible for a hunk of carbonite ending up buried someplace on earth...
tkpenn wrote:At least Harrison Ford took the summer off so he could..... find himself...
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