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The Top Ten Steven Spielberg/George Lucas Related T-Shirts

Its fashionable to be a geek.  Its even more fashionable to announce your geekiness to other geeks with a good T-shirt.  I'm not talking about the t-shirts that shout geekiness by having huge movie logos splatted all over them like the popular Ghostbusters logo t-shirt or Superman emblem t-shirts.  No!  I'm talking about subtle geekiness t-shirts that only other geeks would get.
So here are my top Spielberg/Lucas t-shirts for Geeks. (Okay two I cheated a bit.)
1 - Back To The Future hill Valley High School

2 - Close Encounters Devil's Tower 

3 - Raiders Of The Lost Ark - Raven Nepal
4 - Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
5 - Jaws Amity Island
6 - Jaws - Amity Police
7 - Jaws- Quints Fishing
8 - The Goonies Lighthouse Lounge
9 - Ghostbusters

10 - National Lampoons Vacation
All the T-shirts above are available from "Last Exit To Nowhere" website.  Just ordered the Close Encounters one.
11 - ILM Night Crew

12 - Star Wars Old Republic Empire


  1. Oh my GOD! I have to have that Ghostbusters one..

    - Lewys (yes, THAT Lewys)

  2. Good to hear from you Lewie Lew. Hurry up and get back and then you can order the t-shirt!

  3. I love Spielberg and Lucas, but I have no idea why some of these shirts were even associated to them. Does that mean I'm not that much of a geek? Lol

  4. ten of the twelve are associated. The other two are Ghostbusters and National lampoons vacation. If you are reading this then you probably are a geek LOL!


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