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    Hah! did you watch any of them last night? DH did find--at the 11th hour--a version of the original('77) release. Not Harmy but zero CGI so it was as whatever as it gets. We enjoyed it. My dad took us to see it, twice, and we saw Empire with him too right before he died so I have always looked on the original (goddamit) movies with fondness.
    Eclectically homeschooling 8th grade dd, who likes science as much as art...

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    I'm delighted to see I'm not the only one who celebrates May the Fourth!

    Last year we were at the rope drop at Disneyland and the cast members all make a lightsaber tunnel that you walk through and we met storm troopers, Darth Vader, Chewbacca, etc. This year we will do our May the Fourth, Cinco De Mayo and Revenge of the Sixth (because come on, too much Cinco De Mayo fun!) marathon. I doubt I will sit through all 8 films, but they'll be playing in the background while we're playing tabletop games! My kids love May the Fourth.

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