Well, we Star Wars fans tend to love sagas that come in six parts. Thus we present the sixth installment of Star Wars is Everywhere. Will there ever be episodes VII, VIII, and IX? While The Maker may say no, I respond with a resounding yes!
LOST is wrapping up its 6th, and final, season and Den of Geek reports on a letter of praise George Lucas sent to the shows creators. So, did he have it all planned out from the beginning?
From our friend Julian in the UK:
"I have been meaning to send this one in for ages. I saw this plane when I was waiting for one in Scotland, UK and it has the marking........................... G JEDI!!! What a find !! I wonder if the G is for George??? Hope you can see it on the image as I took this with my mobile phone."
Click on the image for the full view. (Thanks Julian!)
"We know Internet Explorer 8 helps you stay safe while surfing the web with great features like the SmartScreen Filter which helps block malicious downloads and websites. My colleagues in Microsoft Spain have found a pretty creative way of talking about this with their new ?Yoda? campaign. Using the character from Star Wars, they have launched an online campaign designed to highlight staying safe online with Internet Explorer 8. Yoda represents the ?bright side? ? or the Force - of the Internet that embodies Internet Explorer 8. Yoda (IE8) helps users stay away from the ?Dark Side? of the Internet by keeping them protected against identity theft, cross-site scripting attacks, phishing attempts, and malware."
Click here for the full story. (Thanks to our friend William of EUC for the link!)
While giving a graduation speech at St. Michaels College that invoked Star Wars philosophy, Jamie Gordon proposed to his girlfriend in front of everybody. Visit WXII12.com for details and video. Oh, and we wish a hearty TFN congrats to the happy couple as Jamie's girlfriend did indeed say yes.
While our good friend Chris Wyman (of TFN and Rebelscum fame) provided a great write-up with pictures of George Lucas attending the Empire screening at Chicago's Field Museum, our friend Jeff provides a video of The Maker's Q&A.
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.