[tcb] Re: Star Wars 30th Anniversary

Have seen that video.  Too funny.  The bread sticks used as light sabers made 
the video for me. Laugh out loud funny.

Em


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From: Lonnie Bergman <bergmanfamily@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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 Speaking of Star Wars, you got to see this… Obi Wan buys a used car. Too bad 
it wasn’t a bus.

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpJOn5rgSFA&mode=related&search=

  




From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of 
Ronnie Hughes
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2007 9:26 PM
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Subject: [tcb] Re: Star Wars 30th Anniversary


 

When I was in college, I remember standing in line at Shepard Mall in Oklahoma 
City for 8 or 9 hours (3 shows) waiting to get in to see Star Wars.  We were 
blown away, in more than one way.

Ronnie (closet geek & trekker that actually went to see Gene Roddenberry on 
campus at OSU in about 1976.  Great speech of his vision of the future and 
showed the out takes of the Star Trek series)

a1992cabbygirl@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

I just finished watch Star Wars in honor of the 30th anniversary, and it is 
still great after all these years.  Yes, it probably makes me a geek, BUT I 
DON'T CARE.  I was 5 when it came out, saw it then, and still love it to this 
day.  I'm trying to stay out of the way of the Mark(2) working on the Zone out 
in the garage.  They hope to have it back to Paul tomorrow.  Now just need to 
see Pirates III and my weekend would be great.
Emily




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