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When Disney first bought out Lucasfilm back in October, Star Wars fans cringed at the initial thought of the family-friendly animation juggernaut getting its hands on their reason for living. I was among them. Then our fears were lessened when the first thing Disney did was stop the latest redux of the Star Wars franchise, […]
In A Galaxy We Thought Was Far, Far Away: When Disney first acquired Lucasfilm and all rights attached to the company, many a Star Wars fan were fearful of what could become of their beloved franchise. Fears ranged from the series being shelved to being fully animated to heralding the comeback of Mickey Mouse. When […]
Well, it’s May the fourth again and, for some fairly humorous reasons, is Star Wars Day. However, there is one reason that May the fourth was mixed up with “May the Force” that is rarely brought up: good, old-fashioned embarrassing speech impediments. Happy Star Wars Day, everyone!
New Orleans, LA: The latest entry as “America’s Team” was delivered a crippling sack this past weekend, as former players opened allegations of knowledge and support of a bounty program against the New Orleans Saints’ former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. However, many wonder why the Saints should be disciplined harshly, considering how horrible their defense has been in recent years.
Racism and prejudice in general were dealt a mighty blow recently, as scientists confirmed that human beings each harbor one of at least three different groupings of stomach bacteria. Much to the dismay of racist bigots everywhere, studies have also shown that the bacteria strands are not race, class, creed, sex, or sexual orientation related.
Not so long ago, in a lab across the Atlantic, several psychologists donned their white lab coats, popped some popcorn (extra butter), and set out to diagnose one of the most famous villains in film history—Darth Vader.
Now, any smart working person knows what this really was—a clever way for some sci-fi geeks to get paid to watch movies. But, nevertheless, their findings made their way into various academic and medical journals around the globe.