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#1
in my opinion, the coolest thing is that it happened "A LONG TIME AGO" and in "A GALAXY FAR AWAY."

i'm sure in the star wars universe there are abandoned planets with quasi-intelligent life that nobody bothers to contact or visit really.

i have lots to say in this matter but i'm going to watch star wars instead. either that or i'm going to get some of the books.
#2
here's some food for thought: If Star Wars really happened a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, and we were somehow observing those occurances through a telescope, we'd only be aware of it now due to the information having to traverse the distance at the speed of light, so we'd see it happening as if it were now, when in fact it happened a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.
#4
The Jedi and lightsabers always amaze me. You should really read the books. There is actually this one series about this unknown alien race that comes from outside the galaxy, its pretty good. The Star Wars Universe seems so infinite.
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#6
also, imagine if middle earth was once, or one day will be real, like, in 500,000 years
#7
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You should invest your time into finding ways to not like Star Wars.

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#8
****ing romantic quest structure is what makes it awesome.

Oh Luke, you destined orphan of a dickhead father you, you're going to make it all the way from the farm to the throne of a brighter tomorrow. And I bet you're also going to learn in the end that it's all about compassion instead of vengeance! All hail King Arthur!
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#10
Easy.

Jar Jar.
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#11
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****ing romantic quest structure is what makes it awesome.

Oh Luke, you destined orphan of a dickhead father you, you're going to make it all the way from the farm to the throne of a brighter tomorrow. And I bet you're also going to learn in the end that it's all about compassion instead of vengeance! All hail King Arthur!

i agree, romanticism is underrated
#12
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#13
Bell Kelliher is the coolest thing about Star Wars
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#14
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here's some food for thought: If Star Wars really happened a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, and we were somehow observing those occurances through a telescope, we'd only be aware of it now due to the information having to traverse the distance at the speed of light, so we'd see it happening as if it were now, when in fact it happened a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.

Well the nearest galaxy is Canis Major, which is 25,000 light years from Earth. That would place the events of star wars, at a minimum, as 23023 years ago (from the time of release of A New Hope).

We can make up some bullshit with gravitational time dilation to explain why the canon chronologically movies were released at a later date.

Another fun fact: Canis Major is closer to Earth than Earth is to the center of the Milky Way.
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Quote by dullsilver_mike
****ing romantic quest structure is what makes it awesome.

Oh Luke, you destined orphan of a dickhead father you, you're going to make it all the way from the farm to the throne of a brighter tomorrow. And I bet you're also going to learn in the end that it's all about compassion instead of vengeance! All hail King Arthur!

And he eventually does turn to the dark side after palpatine's ghost finds its way to one of his pre-prepared clones.

Which is why reading Star Wars wikis will show you the true Dark Side of the force - the expanded universe post Return of the Jedi.

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Well the nearest galaxy is Canis Major, which is 25,000 light years from Earth. That would place the events of star wars, at a minimum, as 23023 years ago.

We can make up some bullshit with gravitational time dilation to explain why the canon chronologically movies were released at a later date.

Another fun fact: Canis Major is closer to Earth than Earth is to the center of the Milky Way.

If the universe of Star Wars has faster than light travel, 23k years is more than enough for the remnants of the rebellion to have travelled all the way to our galaxy to colonise the planet that resembles that of the original state of Coruscant most - Earth.
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#16
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The Jedi and lightsabers always amaze me. You should really read the books. There is actually this one series about this unknown alien race that comes from outside the galaxy, its pretty good. The Star Wars Universe seems so infinite.

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#17
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i've got an answer for you philosoraptor, but you might not like it...

it all starts with jar jar binks....

Jar Jar Binks, after the clone wars, decided to go on a mission to find and colonize a new planet where he would be king. He wanted to conquor the universe and he needed a throne...{srry}...

He didn't do this, as far as he knew--all he did was did loiter around a space canteena most of the time.

But one time while he was working on an interplanetary cruise ship he accidentally shot some of his dirty laundry into space. all of it was recovered except for a sock which caught a ride on an asteroid.

fast foreward three billion years and that sock had traveled pretty far. somehow, a single celled bacterium was resurrected after the asteroid crashed on earth.

this is where life on earth began.
#19
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i've got an answer for you philosoraptor, but you might not like it...

it all starts with jar jar binks....

Jar Jar Binks, after the clone wars, decided to go on a mission to find and colonize a new planet where he would be king. He wanted to conquor the universe and he needed a throne...{srry}...

He didn't do this, as far as he knew--all he did was did loiter around a space canteena most of the time.

But one time while he was working on an interplanetary cruise ship he accidentally shot some of his dirty laundry into space. all of it was recovered except for a sock which caught a ride on an asteroid.

fast foreward three billion years and that sock had traveled pretty far. somehow, a single celled bacterium was resurrected after the asteroid crashed on earth.

this is where life on earth began.




On the other hand, I no longer want to live anymore.
#20
I'd be here all night if I were to list all the reasons I liked Star Wars. My only two regrets are that I didn't watch them sooner and I didn't watch them with dad more before I moved out of state .
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#23
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I like that bit at the end, ya know, with the music and the scrolling text?

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#24
Everything... but really the fact that it redefined the scifi genre. and also darth mal
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#25
Light Sabers, Jar Jar Binks, Darth Mauls' Saber, Jaba the Hut, and the sweet collectible coke cans they had way back in the day.

Edit: Oh and the pod races!! Go young skywalker!!
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#28
Midichlorians. They explain things so simply for dummies like myself. Woo, prequels rule!! Jack Daniel's is the best whisky!! Santorum for prezzz!!!
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#29
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#30
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What I find interesting is that we all know the little furry buggers on the moon of Endor are Ewoks, butthe word 'Ewok' is never mentioned in the film.

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#31
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What I find interesting is that we all know the little furry buggers on the moon of Endor are Ewoks, butthe word 'Ewok' is never mentioned in the film.
Hmm... never thought of that before.

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#32
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Midichlorians. They explain things so simply for dummies like myself. Woo, prequels rule!! Jack Daniel's is the best whisky!! Santorum for prezzz!!!

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#35
I liked how Chewbacca lives on the planet Endor, even though he's a wookie.

That does not make sense.
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#36
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I liked how Chewbacca lives on the planet Endor, even though he's a wookie.

That does not make sense.


I beg to differ.

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#38
What I want to know is how all of those planets had an atmosphere that humans could breath.
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#39
the bit when you build machines and structures to get to the blue diamonds
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#40
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My little brothers were watching cartoon network this morning and there was a commercial about that. I don't know how they plan to bring him back. The guy was cut in half and fell down a shaft (that looked really fucking deep). What. The. Fuck.
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