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" jsnification" mixes Both the Soundtracks and Video Clips to Tell us the Stories about Everything StarWars in the Best Way Possible : with the Heartbeat of a True SW Fan 💯 & Being Untouchable Talent He must be using the Force like Chirrut Imwe ! Check jsnification ! (RockStarAz) https://youtu.be/aFG6SyomB5M
A New SW Story Dec 16, 2016
https://youtu.be/yK6pl9ne_68


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At last!! YAY!!

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The only thing I can think of, is that they specifically chose over-sized uniforms  ad wore the armor and body stocking over their clothes, placing bulky items like jackets and boots in the back compartment of the armor. 
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I take my third detour from my Mythology series to tackle a controversial subject. In light of the fact that a week prior I completed watching season three of the Netflix original series House of Cards I want to both give my assessment of the entire series (so far), as well as compare its worldview with that of Star Wars. I first give an overview of the story of House of Cards, along with an overview of the show’s main protagonist Francis Underwood. I then compare Francis Underwood with the Star Wars saga’s main antagonist Darth Sidious (aka. Palpatine). I tell the story of Palpatine’s rise to the Emperor of the Galactic Empire, by first starting with his training as a Sith Apprentice under Darth Plagueis the Wise, then tracing his steps through the politics of the Galactic Republic for ultimate power. I then explain the philosophical concept of a worldview, and demonstrate how the story of Palpatine and Francis Underwood are parallel, but that ultimately the worldview of Star Wars and House of Cards are diametrically opposed. In my last part I explain in detail the worldviews of Star Wars and House of Cards, and demonstrate how they both differ with each other on the concept of good vs. evil.

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In light of the fact that this first week of March 2015 that Disney XD has aired the season one finale of Star Wars: Rebels I thought that I would give my review of this first season, as well as reflect on the direction that Disney is taking the Star Wars franchise in. I begin by reflecting on all the rapid news and latest developments coming from Lucasfilm, now under Disney, as I reassess my attitude and enthusiasm, that I once had months prior, of the direction that Disney has decided to take the franchise in. I critique the approach that Disney has taken with both the Star Wars Expanded Universe (they have branded as Legends) and this first season of Rebels. I ponder whether the Star Wars franchise should be split into two eras, the George Lucas era (The six-chapter movie saga, The Clone Wars series, and the EU) which is the Creme de la Creme, and the Disney era (The Sequel Trilogy, Rebels, and the independent Star Wars spin-off films) which I fear could cause the franchise to jump-the-shark. Then I give my fair critique of the first season of Rebels, and compare the story-lines and character development with that of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
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