Wednesday, January 11, 2006
My stay at StarWars.com was short-lived; it was only a 7-day free trial. However, it was a great experience blogging on the official site, as was meeting a lot of new cyber-people.
Friday, October 14, 2005
Apparently, Darth Vader, having rethought his "Dark Side" worldview, has enrolled at Talbot Theological Seminary, part of Biola University. This conversion experience has major implications for Darth, who is considering a name change to symbolize his new decision. These are pictures he provided, capturing his first week of dorm life.
Tuesday, August 09, 2005
Admittedly, I feel a bit uneasy about my push to refer to myself as Master Ranbl Migam. The main reason is that hitherto you have only known me as Mr. Star Wars. Obviously, this is an honorary title bestowed upon me by my acquaintances. Before I make the switch from one alias to another, though, I must be respectful of the fact that the fellow fanatics who frequent this site are genuine enough to use their real, civilian names. Andrew, Pam, Paul, Becky, Frank Milton and the others, thank you for your continued support and interest. We share a very special bond.
Monday, August 08, 2005
For your new Jedi first name:
1) Take the first 3 letters of your first name and add:
2) the first 2 letters of your last name.
For your new Jedi last name:
1) Take the first 2 letters of your mother's maiden name and add:
2) the first 3 letters of the city in which you were born.
Other versions allow you to also find your Star Wars honorific name and title.
I hope this information is an enlightenment to those of you who are unsure of your actual identity.
Master Ranbl Migam
(I added "master" for effect.)
Thursday, August 04, 2005
My friend Andrew also shared some pictures of something that recently arrived in the mail. Through one of the many Star Wars tie-ins with breakfast cereal, he was able to send away for an R2-D2 bowl. When you place the dome down on the tray, it beeps just like R2. Andrew planned to eat a big R2-D2 bowl of Star Wars cereal soon after, for a breakfast experience that is truly out of this world. The first photo shows the bowl in its proper position on the sound tray. The second photo shows Andrew with the bowl on his head, which creates an uncanny resemblance to the famous R2 unit.
$6.99 by Mail with 2 UPCs and Official Order Form from specially-marked packages of Kellogg's® Crispix® cereal
R2-D2™ beeps and whistles when pressure is applied to bowl as it sits in contact with base/lid
Perfect for serving a tasty party mix that's out of this world - made with Kellogg's® Crispix® cereal and Cheez-It® crackers
Offer expires 6/30/06, or while supplies last
Monday, June 27, 2005
It never truly feels like Christmas until I pop the VHS tape into the player and snuggle up with a mug of egg nog. It's worth checking out, any time of year. Happy Life Day to everyone!