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Castleberry Hill Phone Cases

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PRIDE Phone Case

by Cocolima
$25
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Prospects Are Cool, Parades Are Cooler

Tags: pride, fantasy, new-year, christmas, top-selling

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If you've spent any time in Atlanta, you know that the planes from Hartsfield-Jackson buzz low over the city almost as often as the torpedo-sized mosquitos buzz you in the backyard. This is a replica of a vintage design, planes over the cityscape, with a retro-vibe. Remember those fond times you had in underground atlanta? driving to a braves game through grant park? having a sandwich in cabbagetown? waiting in line behind 100 strollers in decatur? driving as fast as you can through buckhead so you dont have to f-k with that sh-t? going to pick berrys in castleberry hill? parking in inman park? counting the points in little 5 points? or little five points for those who like to spell out numbers instead of hitting the numeric key? let's go to the drive-in on moreland - get your ATL swag today! Enjoy!

Tags: underground atlanta, ponce, pcm, ponce city, memorial

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clermont lounge

Tags: clermont lounge, parade, atl, atlanta, grant

no photos! Phone Case

by scarnsworth
$25
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Throwback to the popular concert spot in Atlanta in the 70's!

Tags: georgia, atl, buckhead, vinings, cabbagetown

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ATLANTA HIGHWAYS GOT ME LIKE ...

Tags: i20, i85, i75, ponce-city, little-five-points

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The Lord of the Rings

Tags: lord-of-the-rings, graphic-design, the-hobbit, lotr, artsy

Over The Hill Phone Case

by AlynSpiller
$25
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Everyone's favorite pulp holodeck detective.

Tags: next-generation, captain-picard, sci-fi, detective, dixon-hill

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Straight outta Silent hill

Tags: silent hill, rapture, bioshock, straight outta, games

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From the Brookhaven Candy Store!

Tags: hillary-white, survival-horror-game, playstation-1, playstation-3, playstation-4

Sour Hill Phone Case

by wytrab8
$25
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Tree Hill

Tags: hill, landscape, scene, beautiful

Tree Hill Phone Case

by madmonkey
$25
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Silent hill fan? Then this shirt is your shirt! Charm people with your devotion for a damned town!

Tags: halloween, video-games, creepy, horror, playstation

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Silent Hill Nurse

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Tree Hill Ravens

Tree Hill Ravens Phone Case

by shainanguyen90yahoo
$25
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dancing pumpkin man

Tags: spooky, dancing-pumpkin-man, moon, jackolantern, ghost

Pumpkin Hill Phone Case

by Minilla
$25
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Castle On The Hill by William T. Horton

Tags: 15, artistic, tjtees, horton

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Surreal image with a wood house on the top of a rock hill, near the sea, beyond the starry night sky and a young man, holding a rope, try to catch and pull the full moon.

Tags: determination, faith, emotional, dream, desolate

house on a hill Phone Case

by psychoshadow
$25
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Gas station service themed design for the 80s cartoon, M.A.S.K. "Masked crusaders, working overtime, fighting crime - fighting crime!"

Tags: matt-trakker, retro, childhood, mobile-armored-strike-kommand, animation

Boulder Hill Gas Phone Case

by CCDesign
$25
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Sonic Retro Gaming Christmas celebrations.

Tags: 8bit, nerd, geek, gift, holiday

Green Hill Christmas Phone Case

by Stationjack
$25
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Inspired by the classic skate logo for Santa Cruz

Tags: bttf2, back-to-the-future, delorean, marty-mcfly, hoverboard

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This vintage advertisement for Silent Hill makes for a real head turning tee! Proceeds go to STCPod, the Start To Continue Podcast found weekly with new episodes on itunes and Google Play

Tags: bloody, cartridge-club, stcpod, retro, video-games

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Classic Brady Hill Band Logo in White

Tags: bands, music, country

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One Tree Hill Fan Quotes

Tags: one-tree-hill-gifts, one-tree-hill-fans, one-tree-hill-quotes, one-tree-hill

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This is a vintage map of Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. produced in 1815.

Tags: history, historical, vintage, old, cartography

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Brady Hill Band traditional logo in Navy

Tags: country, music

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I believe Anita Hill

Tags: judge, i-believe-her, assault, sex, sexual-harassment

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Featured on the Star Trek: TNG episode, "The Big Good-Bye"

Tags: tpartdecocontest, tv, geek, nerd, enterprise

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Rock Hill South Carolina license plate graphics. Express your pride as a true South Carolinian, South Carolinan or Sandlapper and support your local communities today! Great for any Mom, Dad, Son, Daughter, Brother, Sister or Relative!

Tags: car, design, license, state, license-plates

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On the night of April 16, Company E, 31st Infantry (1st Lt. Thomas V. Harrold) manned Pork Chop Hill. Shortly before midnight, an artillery barrage foreshadowed a sudden infantry assault by a battalion of the Chinese 201st regiment; Pork Chop Hill was quickly overrun, although pockets of U.S. soldiers defended isolated bunkers. Elsewhere in the sector, other positions were attacked, pressuring the entire 7th Division. Company K (1st Lt. Joseph G. Clemons, Jr.) and Company L (1st Lt. Forrest J. Crittendon), 31st Infantry, in reserve behind the MLR, were ordered to counterattack and began their attack at 04:30 on April 17. By dawn they reached the main trenches on top of the hill but suffered almost 50% casualties, and half of Company L's troops had not been able to leave the trenches of an adjacent outpost, Hill 200. Lt. Clemons, in tactical command of the assault, requested reinforcement. 2nd Battalion 17th Infantry was already attached to the 31st Infantry and its Company G (1st Lt. Walter B. Russell who was Clemons's brother-in-law) was immediately sent forward, linking up with Company K at 08:30. All three companies were subjected to almost continuous shelling by CCF artillery as they cleared bunkers and dug in again. Through a series of miscommunications between command echelons, Division headquarters ordered Russell's company to withdraw at 15:00 after they too had suffered heavy losses, and did not realize the extent of casualties among the other two companies. By the time the situation was clarified the companies of the 31st Infantry were down to a combined 25 survivors. Maj. Gen. Trudeau, by then on scene, authorized Col. Kern to send in a fresh company to relieve all elements on Hill 255 and placed him in tactical command with both the 1st and 2nd Battalions of the 17th Infantry attached and at his direction. 7th Division counterattacks: On both July 9 and July 10, the two sides attacked and counter-attacked. A large part of both Chinese divisions were committed to the battle, and ultimately five battalions of the 17th and 32nd Infantry Regiments were engaged, making nine counter-attacks over four days. On the morning of July 11, the commander of the U.S. I Corps decided to abandon Pork Chop Hill to the Chinese and the 7th Division withdrew under fire.

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On the night of April 16, Company E, 31st Infantry (1st Lt. Thomas V. Harrold) manned Pork Chop Hill. Shortly before midnight, an artillery barrage foreshadowed a sudden infantry assault by a battalion of the Chinese 201st regiment; Pork Chop Hill was quickly overrun, although pockets of U.S. soldiers defended isolated bunkers. Elsewhere in the sector, other positions were attacked, pressuring the entire 7th Division. Company K (1st Lt. Joseph G. Clemons, Jr.) and Company L (1st Lt. Forrest J. Crittendon), 31st Infantry, in reserve behind the MLR, were ordered to counterattack and began their attack at 04:30 on April 17. By dawn they reached the main trenches on top of the hill but suffered almost 50% casualties, and half of Company L's troops had not been able to leave the trenches of an adjacent outpost, Hill 200. Lt. Clemons, in tactical command of the assault, requested reinforcement. 2nd Battalion 17th Infantry was already attached to the 31st Infantry and its Company G (1st Lt. Walter B. Russell who was Clemons's brother-in-law) was immediately sent forward, linking up with Company K at 08:30. All three companies were subjected to almost continuous shelling by CCF artillery as they cleared bunkers and dug in again. Through a series of miscommunications between command echelons, Division headquarters ordered Russell's company to withdraw at 15:00 after they too had suffered heavy losses, and did not realize the extent of casualties among the other two companies. By the time the situation was clarified the companies of the 31st Infantry were down to a combined 25 survivors. Maj. Gen. Trudeau, by then on scene, authorized Col. Kern to send in a fresh company to relieve all elements on Hill 255 and placed him in tactical command with both the 1st and 2nd Battalions of the 17th Infantry attached and at his direction

Tags: military, retired, veteran, vet, inf

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On the night of April 16, Company E, 31st Infantry (1st Lt. Thomas V. Harrold) manned Pork Chop Hill. Shortly before midnight, an artillery barrage foreshadowed a sudden infantry assault by a battalion of the Chinese 201st regiment; Pork Chop Hill was quickly overrun, although pockets of U.S. soldiers defended isolated bunkers. Elsewhere in the sector, other positions were attacked, pressuring the entire 7th Division. Company K (1st Lt. Joseph G. Clemons, Jr.) and Company L (1st Lt. Forrest J. Crittendon), 31st Infantry, in reserve behind the MLR, were ordered to counterattack and began their attack at 04:30 on April 17. By dawn they reached the main trenches on top of the hill but suffered almost 50% casualties, and half of Company L's troops had not been able to leave the trenches of an adjacent outpost, Hill 200. Lt. Clemons, in tactical command of the assault, requested reinforcement. 2nd Battalion 17th Infantry was already attached to the 31st Infantry and its Company G (1st Lt. Walter B. Russell who was Clemons's brother-in-law) was immediately sent forward, linking up with Company K at 08:30. All three companies were subjected to almost continuous shelling by CCF artillery as they cleared bunkers and dug in again. Through a series of miscommunications between command echelons, Division headquarters ordered Russell's company to withdraw at 15:00 after they too had suffered heavy losses, and did not realize the extent of casualties among the other two companies. By the time the situation was clarified the companies of the 31st Infantry were down to a combined 25 survivors. Maj. Gen. Trudeau, by then on scene, authorized Col. Kern to send in a fresh company to relieve all elements on Hill 255 and placed him in tactical command with both the 1st and 2nd Battalions of the 17th Infantry attached and at his direction. 7th Division counterattacks: On both July 9 and July 10, the two sides attacked and counter-attacked. A large part of both Chinese divisions were committed to the battle, and ultimately five battalions of the 17th and 32nd Infantry Regiments were engaged, making nine counter-attacks over four days. On the morning of July 11, the commander of the U.S. I Corps decided to abandon Pork Chop Hill to the Chinese and the 7th Division withdrew under fire.

Tags: retired, veteran, vet, regiment, in

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Tags: delorean, flux-capacitor, time-machine, marty-mcfly, doc-brown

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I believe Anita Hill

Tags: judge, harrassment, sexual-assualt, clarence-thomas, anita-hill

Tags: 1980s, 80s, retro, time-machine, mcfly

Tags: art3mis, aech, parzival, easter-egg, gunter

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