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In A Galaxy Far, Far Away………The Dark Star.

Its construction near completion it sits at the center of the universe.

Its weapons and technology at a scale never seen before in the history of this or any world.

Its willingness to use its weapons and technology against any and all even its own is explicit.

Its power unquestioned and authority unprecedented.

Its leader all mighty all-powerful.

There will be no lack of faith.

There is no underestimating his vision.

His authority poetic.

You will give yourself and your soul.

The battles futile.

Domination and submission.

Elimination.

Victory absolute.

Except there is one.

One that starts.

Refuses to submit.

Fights not only for himself.

Fights for us all.

 

We all know how the story ends.

 

 

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  • Chase Pursley
  • rsky1

    Referring to CompStak I assume?

  • Classic …. LOL

  • Lowell Peabody

    Duke, I am your Father…

  • Lowell Peabody

    …and from the Boston Globe this morning, “In addition to the observation that Death Stars “keep getting blown up,” which prevents them from being very effective, I also noticed they are inevitably over budget and behind schedule. Then I read an interview in which George Lucas himself anointed the humble astromech droid R2-D2 as “the hero of the whole thing.” The conclusion for how the military spends its money was clear: Death Stars bad, droids good.”

    Pick your side…

  • Bille Klubb

    Parasites. Write your own damn blog and blather about your website on it. Not here.

  • Michael Mandel

    Love it 🙂