Earlier this month (a few days after May the Fourth) the team from the YouTube Channel FXitinPost released an unofficial short of their version of the lightsaber battle between Darth Vader and Obi Wan (Ben) Kenobi on the Death Star as Luke, Leia, Han, Chewbacca (RIP: Peter Mayhew) and C3PO & R2D2 escape.
If you have seen the movie Rogue One, the ending scene finally shows why Darth Vader was feared. Watching the original version of the fight between Vader and Kenobi, the fight seems pretty boring by today’s standards. This fan created reimagining is amazing and a much more in line with the recent movies.
Following on from last week’s Friday Funny: How do you like your Toast? here is another silly waste of time. Hey, but it’s fun.
This week’s question is “How do you draw a capital X?”
What is the most popular method…. let’s find out.
This is completely off topic, but a fun way to end the week.
So the question is “How do you like your Toast?”.
Do you like warm soft bread, burnt smoldering charcoal or something in between?
I was not planning to post anything for Star Wars Day 2019, but then I came across the video created by the University of Western Australia and decided I needed to share it.
It recognises the sad loss of Peter Mayhew, who passed away on the evening of April 30, 2019 with his family by his side in his North Texas home.
Happy Easter everyone. In Australia, Easter is accompanied by a four day long weekend, so hopefully everyone will get a break from work.
You would have seen that I recently served on Jury Duty. I was lucky to be assigned to a short three day case and was able to get back to work fairly quickly.
Just a quick note to keep you informed. I have been summoned to appear in court next week and so will be out of the office from then for an unspecified amount of time.
I am unable to provide any details about the case or how long it will take before I am fully available again.
Last week, I mentioned having a chat with Jim in the US about Order of Operations and algebra mathematics problems. He sent me a link to a video on Order of Operations title “The Order of Operations is Wrong”. The video description does go on to explain that Order of Operations is “Morally Wrong, that is…”.
I actually agree which much of what the video says and wanted to clarify what I see as the issue with blindly (and sometimes incorrectly) following the Order of Operations mnemonic that you were taught at primary/elementary school.