Original trilogy is light years better than the prequels.
Also, Spades hit it right on the head. Bronydom has its spectrum like any other fanbase; some people just go off the deep end (Twilight Kenobi isn't that bad compared to what you can find elsewhere on the web. It gets REALLY disturbing).
BarryH wrote:Alrighty then...is Adam (or you) a die-hard "Star Wars" fan? Take this short quiz to find out!
1.) What is the name of Chewbacca's home planet? 2.) What was Luke's callsign in Episode IV? 3.) What was the name of Luke's co-pilot in Episode V? 4.) Where is a woman's G-spot? )
1. Kashyyk 2. Red 5 3. Dak 4. No man really knows. Not even the non-geeks.
By the way, I and my sister (she's 20) enjoy watching mlp, but people who take their love of it to extremes the way that guy did are why I'm ashamed to admit it. I don't even know why I'm admitting it now.
Since opening in February 2009, “The American Idol Experience” attraction at Walt Disney World Resort has provided thousands of performers the opportunity to audition before Disney producers and directors and perform on-stage inside a 1000+-seat theater at Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park. This experience has no doubt been valuable to many performers who audition for the “American Idol” television show during one of its regional auditions.
In fact, in just this season (season 11) alone of the TV show, five of the show’s final 13 contestants had previously performed on-stage at “The American Idol Experience” attraction. One of those performers, Hollie Cavanagh, was one of the final four contestants remaining on the show before she was eliminated May 10.
Cavanagh, the 18-year-old songstress from McKinney, Texas, came in second place in the theme park audience voting when she performed Miley Cyrus’ hit tune “The Climb” at “The American Idol Experience” on July 15, 2010. In fact, “The Climb” is the same song she performed on the “American Idol” TV show this season that drew rave reviews from both judges and fans alike.
Change the scheme, Alter the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you would be so kind!
A few photos I took from Star Wars Weekend this past Saturday. This was my first time partaking in the Star Wars Weekend events and had fun. I didnt get all into the autograph signings or the character meets like others but still managed to get on Star Tours a few times, saw the parade and saw Hyperspace Hoopla, so felt that was sufficient enough for the inner nerd in me
Storm Troopers from the 501st taking over
Everyone loves a mouse.
Thsi little guy was the coolest Storm Trooper I saw the whole weekend!
My biscuits are burning! My biscuits are burning!
Those Tuskens walk like men, but they're vicious, mindless monsters
Hyperspace Hoopla is Supa Dupa. Thsi was a great shop IMO and worth camping out for a close spot rather early.
BeemerBoy wrote:I'm quite late to the party on this one, but thanks for educating me on "bronies." That's just what I needed, another percentage of the population I need to avoid at all cost.
Agreed! I had no idea these people existed. I mean, watching a show is one thing, but obsessing over it and collecting the same toys that my 5 and 6 year old GIRLS play with is something else. Weirds me out on a whole other level.
Oh, and the updates were awesome. Hilarious stuff!
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