Star Wars is Everywhere returns with our biggest post yet of the ever-growing series. The question is, once we get to Episode VI, will you read the posts I through IV, or IV-VI and then I-III? We have quite a bit for you today so sit back, relax and enjoy...
From TFN reader Chris in Cleveland, OH:
"The British edition of the TomTom GPS has a Star Wars voice option download. Vader is first, with C-3PO, Yoda, and Han coming over the next few months. On the bottom right side of the of the web page there is a video of Vader recording his voice for use. Very funny."
While they're great for the environment, electric cars can apparently pose a hazard to pedestrians since those pedestrians can't hear the cars coming. A remedy has been proposed that would add numerous sounds to the cars, including Star Wars sounds, in order for them to be heard. More here at DailyMail.co.uk.
We have another reader submission, this time from Julie:
My husband and I are pretty huge Star Wars fans (he’s a little crazy-like about it), so I figured it’d be fitting to honor Jabba’s slave-girl uniform, the Golden Bikini, in my collection of Moo Moos. I generally post a new Moo once a week. Leia’s Moo Moo is number 28 in my collection and will be posted tonight at midnight on my blog, to coincide with May the Fourth."
We may be a day late but the link still works! (Thanks Julie!)
Mr. Kay and his multiple Star Wars tatoos get highlighted by Metro.co.uk.
For those Yummy Star Wars enthusiasts out there, our good friend Karen at Between the Pages Blog is hosting a "Tasty Star Wars Photo Contest." Start baking some Star Wars-inspired treats, make sure your camera has charged batteries, and good luck! (Thanks Karen!)
ForeverGeek.com takes a look at the fantastic "Vivid Fury" art of Lawrence Reynolds.
Keeping with the art theme, check out some Star Wars Loteria cards created by TFN reader, Chepo. (Thanks Chepo!)
Rebelscum Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Patch Posted By Philip on November 25, 2014: Thanks to everybody that ordered patches. I sent a check for $1,600.00 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation on Monday. While it's not as much as I hoped for, it's still very much appreciated. They will remain for sale in the store for anybody that still wishes to purchase them. Details after the jump.