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Old 12-15-2011, 01:23 PM   #16
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Bud, Bud, Bud.... I am not the world's biggest SW fan but I have to ask: where have you been the last 30 years? ;-) BTW, I loved the linked "stupid" video!
Well believe it or not not everyone in THIS UNIVERSE got hooked on Star Wars. I am too embedded in reality and rationality and common sense to find anything interesting in the phenomenon of the the Hollywood blockbusters that come along from time to time. I'll take a documentary over science FICTION anytime.

Keep in mind I have always worked for a living.

Hell I thought a Death Star was a Super Nova until now.

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I like a lot of SciFi but not so much SW. Way too fluffy and smarmy. It's just that it is so out there and ubiquitous it is hard to escape absorbing a good bit of the story in passing. Besides, in that sort of fluff the good guys always win so easy to figure that Luke didn't need the Milwaukee after all.

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Well believe it or not not everyone in THIS UNIVERSE got hooked on Star Wars. I am too embedded in reality and rationality and common sense to find anything interesting in the phenomenon of the the Hollywood blockbusters that come along from time to time. I'll take a documentary over science FICTION anytime.

Keep in mind I have always worked for a living.

Hell I thought a Death Star was a Super Nova until now.

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Old 12-15-2011, 02:19 PM   #18
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Which one is it that some of the charactors have leathery-looking medallions growing from their foreheads? And the dude with the Elvis sunglasses, which cartoon is that?

So about the Death Star thing? Did the missle fail or not?

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Oh well then good, great, okay, I see.

So ah, ah, did the missle fail?
It was touch and go for awhile, but luckily Obi wan had some viagra tucked away and the missle went up, up and way.
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The good guys always win, so of course the missile worked. Ridiculous physics and defenses defying approach and logic defying shot down a ventilation duct or somesuch IIRC (it's been at least 20 years since I saw this).

Not sure about your other questions. You'd have to ask a SW afficionado.
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What would really have been scary is if they gave Viagra to Jabba the hut! I shudder to think what that would look like!

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It was touch and go for awhile, but luckily Obi wan had some viagra tucked away and the missle went up, up and way.

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Not sure about your other questions. You'd have to ask a SW afficionado.
So...I should contact Sheldon Cooper?

Sheldon Sheldon Sheldon? Are you there? Sheldon Sheldon Sheldon Sheldon?
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Bud, Bud, Bud.... I am not the world's biggest SW fan but I have to ask: where have you been the last 30 years? ;-) BTW, I loved the linked "stupid" video!
Star Wars came out in '71, 40 years ago.

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Is that a Samsung Galaxy far, far away? ;-)

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My earlier mention of Sheldon Cooper sent me into recess-mode and I discovered that the now popular Big Bang Theory TV program is in fact a re-make of the original concept. I further learned that the program in its present form had a prior Pilot episode that never aired and was not picked up by the TV magnates.

The "original" Pilot is however available in its entirety. Funny as hell....

http://videosift.com/video/The-Big-B...red-Test-Pilot

With a slight stretch of the imagination this derailment can be construed as also having to do with "hole saws" and "Bang Theories". Enjoy!

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Go on the Bosch website. They list hole saw capacities of their drills in wood and metal. And it's interesting to see how a 0-850 rpm drill w/ the same torque rating as a 0-1100rpm drill will turn a bigger hole saw! Slower drills are better geared for bigger bits! It's not all about amps and torque but gearing(speed) as well!
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My Hitachi hammer drill works great for normal tasks with conventional materials but what I am holding out for is a wormhole-saw... the heck with drilling through a DeathStar hull. I want to make a 3" hole in the space-time continuum. I bet ThinkGeek will be selling something like this prettty soon!
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My Hitachi hammer drill works great for normal tasks with conventional materials but what I am holding out for is a wormhole-saw... the heck with drilling through a DeathStar hull. I want to make a 3" hole in the space-time continuum. I bet ThinkGeek will be selling something like this prettty soon!
You're going to make Bud's head explode with this SCi Fi mumbo jumbo.
I need to get back to my Tardis project.
I don't think it's going to be bigger on the inside when I'm done.

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