Saturday, March 19, 2011

Phantom Meme-ace

1. All-time favorite character in Star Wars: Boba Fett

2. Favorite member of the Rebellion: Ben Kenobi

3. Favorite member of the Empire: Grand Moff Tarkin

4. Favorite Jedi: Ben Kenobi

5. Favorite Droid: R2D2

6. Favorite type of ship, or specific ship: Y-wing Fighter

7. Favorite planet: Tatooine

8. Favorite movie in the original trilogy: The Empire Strikes Back

9. Favorite movie in the prequel trilogy: Attack of The Clones

10. Favorite photo that’s related to Star Wars:

11. Favorite battle: Speeder bikes

12. All time favorite scene in any of the movies: Kenobi sacs himself to Vader's lightsaber

13. Favorite quote "A Jedi acts not in anger."

14. A scene that makes you happy: Boba Fett's first appearance

15. A scene that makes you sad/angry: Anakin building C3PO

16. Photo of your Star Wars related things: Maybe later

17. Your favorite moment in The Phantom Menace: Darth Maul appears.

18. Your favorite moment in Attack if The Clones: Mace Windu appears.

19. Your favorite moment in Revenge of The Sith: The moment the helmet-mask closed.

20. Your favorite moment in A New Hope: Han shoots first.

21. Your favorite moment in Empire Strikes Back: Boba Fett's first frame.

22. Your favorite moment in Return of The Jedi: Vader redeemed.

23. Something you wished was different in the series: The 50s diner scene in AoTC. I wish it were cut.

24. A character you didn’t like in the series: The podracer announcer in Episode I

25. Your favorite book/ series from the Expanded Universe.

26. Your favorite Obi-Wan Kenobi quote "Who's the more foolish? The fool, or the fool who follows the fool?"

27. Your favorite Yoda quote “A Jedi acts not in anger."

28. Your favorite Darth Vader quote: "I find your lack of faith in the Force disturbing."

29. Best Star Wars related story/incident: I chose to marry my wife because she was the only woman I ever met who could correctly answer the question: "Who is Salacious Crumb?"

30. Why do you love Star Wars: Short answer: I grew up in the seventies and early eighties. Long answer: read Joseph Campbell.

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