End Jedi Privilege

A heartfelt plea.


E Hines said...

I stopped following the Star Wars thingie when the second movie turned out to be so much worse than the first. It just seemed everything was going downhill from there. Nothing I've seen in the press since has disabused me of the notion.

Good marketing ploy, though.

Eric Hines

Ymar Sakar said...

What the hell is a jedi?

jabrwok said...

In a Universe where the Force exists and people can learn to use it for all the effects seen in the movies, why is there only one legitimate instructional institution for it? Why aren't *most* people at least minimally Force-competent?

Being able to flip the light-switch, or grab a beer, without getting out of the chair would be an incredibly useful and desirable ability!

De-frocked Jedi would be in massive demand in the private (or underground) market as Force-tutors for people who didn't want to take Jedi oaths but still wanted to be able to move stuff with their minds.