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Pork Chops and bacon Homer Simpson Quote.

Tags: bacon, food, homer, meat, funny

Homer Simpson Pork Chops Sticker

by MomenteDesign
$2.50
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jack burton trucking

Tags: geek, nerd, funny, movies, jack-burton

The pork chop express Sticker

by SuperEdu
$2.50
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pork chop pig shirt.

Tags: puns, mma-fighter, karate-kid, pigs, humor

pork chop! Sticker

by Louisros
$2.50
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80s Big Trouble in Little China tribute piece in honor of ole Jack Burton.

Tags: movie, big-trouble-in-little-china, jack-burton, jack, burton

Big Trouble Trucking Sticker

by barrettbiggers
$2.50
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My God, did that smell good! SEE THE REST OF MY PORTFOLIO FOR MORE GI JOE PSA DESIGNS!

Tags: parody, retro, logo, mike-handy, mikehandyart

Pork Chop Sandwiches! Sticker

by mikehandyart
$2.50
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This is Jack Burton in the Pork Chop Express, and I'm talkin' to whoever's listenin' out there.

Tags: egg-shen, lo-pan, jack-burton, six-demon-bag, big-trouble-in-little-china

Pork Chop Express Sticker

by HustlerofCultures
$2.50
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The Pork Chop Express

Tags: jack-burton, wing-kong, pork-chop-express, escape-from-new-york, david-lopan

The Pork Chop Express Sticker

by LightningDesign
$2.50

Tags: big trouble in little china, china, chinatown, china town, kurt russel

The Pork Chop Express Sticker

by MindsparkCreative
$2.50
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inspired by btilc

Tags: top-selling, mashup, parody, funny, nerd

Pork Chop Express Sticker

by buby87
$2.50
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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. 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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Franks Sticker

by RioBurton
$2.50

Tags: jack-burton, lo-pan, sci-fi, pork-chop-express

The Pork Ins Express Sticker

by blakely737
$2.50

Tags: jack-burton, lo-pan, wing-kong, david-lopan, pork-chop-express

Porkchop Express Sticker

by ForcesOfGeekShirts
$2.50
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Tags: text, hot dog, porkchop, pork chop, greg universe

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Wing Kong Trading Co. Inspired by the movie “Big Trouble In Little China” (1986). Please note that the print is deliberately distressed to give an aged, retro appearance.

Tags: david-lopan, pork-chop-express, jack-burton, big-trouble-in-little-china, wing-kong

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There's one way to tour SF China town, and when you do, you wanna sport the fact with this shirt.

Tags: victor-wong, tour-bus, egg-shen, pork-chop-express, big-trouble-in-little-china

Egg Shen's bus tour shirt Sticker

by RevelRouser
$2.50
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http://www.facebook.com/jonathanbergerdesign

Tags: david-lopan, pork-chop-express, aku, jack-burton, big-trouble-in-little-china

Big Trouble Jack Sticker

by jrberger
$2.50
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Support the Orc-Chop Express podcast, or just enjoy Big Trouble in Little China mash-ups? Then this is the brand for you!

Tags: wing-cong, orc, dnd, pork-chop-express, kurt-russell

The Orc-Chop Express Sticker

by OrcChopExpress
$2.50
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A Mystical, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Kung Fu, Monster, Ghost t-shirt

Tags: 1980s, 80s, 80s-movies, john-carpenter, pork-chop-express

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A Vintage Pork Chops Rule design

Tags: pork-chop, pork, meat, food, pork-chops-rule

Vintage Pork Chops Rule Sticker

by Eric03091978
$2.50

Tags: jack-burton, lo-pan, wing-kong, david-lopan, pork-chop-express

Wing Kong Trading Sticker

by ForcesOfGeekShirts
$2.50
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You just listen to the old Pork Chop Express here now and take his advice on a dark and stormy night when the lightning's crashin' and the thunder's rollin' and the rain's coming down in sheets thick as lead. Just remember what old Jack Burton does when the earth quakes, and the poison arrows fall from the sky, and the pillars of Heaven shake. Yeah, Jack Burton just looks that big old storm right square in the eye and he says, "Give me your best shot, pal. I can take it."

Tags: jack-burton, lo-pan, wing-kong, david-lopan, pork-chop-express

Tags: jail, escape-from-la, escape-from-new-york, big-trouble, chang-sing

JACK BURTON TRUCKING Sticker

by MrFriday
$2.50

Tags: lo-pan, wing-kong, david-lopan, lords-of-death, jack-burton

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it's all in the reflexes

Tags: its-all-in-the-reflexes, jack-burton, pork-chop-express, big-trouble-in-little-china, sci-fi

Jack Burton's gym Sticker

by carloj1956
$2.50
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Doug and Charlie Brown mashup.

Tags: moysche, peanuts, the-peanuts, comic, clouds

Dear Journal Sticker

by Moysche
$2.50
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Oh what the H-E-Double Hockey Sticks!

Tags: beboprocksteady, tmnt, ninja-turtles, nagemutantninjaturtles, bebop

Bebop Express Sticker

by CupidsArt
$2.50
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Wang Chi is the protagonist of Big Trouble in Little China, and Kurt Russell is the ethnic sidekick. The poster oughtta reflect that, oughtn't it?

Tags: jack-burton, wang-chi, david-lopan, lo-pan, pork-chop-express

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Cracker Jack classic box inspired Big Trouble in Little China parody

Tags: san-francisco, little-china, six-demon-bag, egg-shen, wing-kong

Cracker Jack Timing Sticker

by sinistergrynn
$2.50

Tags: big-trouble, kurt-russel, black-dragon, dragon-black-pool, little-china

Dragon of the Black Pool Sticker

by MindsparkCreative
$2.50
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From John Carpenter's always classic, "Big Trouble In Little China", it's James Hong as the forever kick-ass David Lo Pan.

Tags: kurt-russell, andysocial, andysocial-industries, monsters-and-maniacs, james-hong

David Lo Pan Sticker

by AndysocialIndustries
$2.50
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My illustration of characters from the film Big Trouble in Little China

Tags: jack-burton, wing-kong, david-lopan, pork-chop-express, egg-shen

"Big Trouble" Sticker

by jomorley
$2.50

Tags: chinatown, china town, kurt russel, little china, bus

Egg Foo Yong China Town Tours Sticker

by MindsparkCreative
$2.50

Chop Sticker

by fcred
$2.50
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