Alan Haft’s six things Star Wars teaches us about our money. That’s the magic of pseudo-Eastern platitudes!
I know, you’re shocked, right? Abel G. Peña looks at the misleading statements of Obi-Wan and Yoda in the Original Trilogy.
Originally posted sometime in the mid/late 90’s, this list was compiled from a CJ chat aided by too little sleep, and too much wine at a very late hour…
“Hey baby, wanna go violate the Jedi Code?”
“Hey baby, wanna create a disturbance in the Force?”
“You could make a Jedi crave excitement and adventure!” Continue reading
The public choice economics of Star Wars: A Straussian reading. It’s funny, trust me.
The Infinite Force on how to write a ‘popular’ blog on starwars.com. I don’t think there’s really a set formula, but you might as well give it a try. Early morning rambles and very snarky things about Courtship of Princess Leia or the YJK series (inexplicably beloved by the young’ens) have also been known to work. Or just hope everyone else sucks that day.
Nardasarmy introduces the fandom buddy system.
Steve Irwin’s spirit lives on… (Thanks, Broox!)
The Infinite Force explores the idea of being a Jedi or a Sith in real life. Just stay away from the census polls, okay?
Pablo talks about the origin of the Rookies webstrips.
Ravenclaw Devi considers Mary Sues and related issues.
Jedimaster13109 provides us with a nice overview of the Force.
In EU corner, Mike Beidler has some thoughts on Vector Prime. Meanwhile, Padawan Katis is reading The Phantom Menace novelization and Sunnyskywalker continues her spot-on Courtship of Princess Leia analysis with Chapter 5.
Or a $4.95 Jedi Knight certificate from the Universal Life Church. Your choice.