The New Jedi Trials Version 2.0

Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by Ree, Nov 7, 2011.

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  1. ARC170pilot Force Ghost

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    I did the same thing lol.
  2. Shira_Adola Jedi Master

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    Oh good. At least I'm not the only one:D
  3. Jedi Gunny Yahtzee Host

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    Ooh, twelve year-old spoilers. :p
  4. Cushing's Admirer Force Ghost

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    Agile Horse: Wait, do you mean you read the thread title to mean Liam had died? :eek: I would've been just as shocked as you if it'd been the case. I'm glad you misread it. [:D]

    I am not inclined to physical discipline, Padawan. No worries. [:D]

    Far as majorish Saga actors dying, I strongly suspect Sir Christopher Lee will be next or least ways relatively soon. :( On virtue of his age; not that I wish anyone ill. [face_peace]

    Hello, Grand Master! :D *Bows*
  5. Shira_Adola Jedi Master

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    *grins* Yes, that's what I had thought they had meant. I think I may have died. And don't say that! That just makes me sad[face_worried]
  6. Cushing's Admirer Force Ghost

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    Agile Horse: It makes me sad as well. :( I have much respect for the elderly gentlemen that dare show they are still of value and engage with things and I see Christopher as such a one. If a tad on the arrogant side at times (re: his book :p)
  7. Shira_Adola Jedi Master

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    Never read his book, but arrogance in those kinds of people is, more often than not, amusing.
  8. Cushing's Admirer Force Ghost

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    Despite his sometimes forbidding demeanor, Christopher is rather funny, yes, even with his arrogance. Yet, it seems strange to me that I feel this way because usually I DON'T see arrogance as amusing in the least.
  9. Ree Force Ghost

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    Yes i think i saw Mr Lee at an awards show last year and i was shocked at how slow and tired he seemed. Not the man i remember from AOTC and Lord of the Rings.
  10. Cushing's Admirer Force Ghost

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    I saw a clip from the beginning of the year at some award show and I noticed that he was moving *very* slowly and with a *cane*. That got my attention. Frankly, I'm surprised he's done as well as he has for as long as he has. I think it's wonderful too. Yet, he's clearly slowing down and beginning to struggle a bit with focus/comprehension. I noted that on another recent clip of some kind of Q and A talk. It's kinda sad. :( I'm not knocking Mr Lee in the least. Especially given that he's 89, I still think he's doing well. However, it does seem evident he's winding down. :(:_|@};-
  11. Ree Force Ghost

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    Of course! I mean no disrespect either, just sharing what I have observed. He's done so much in his life her deserves to slow down I think :p
  12. Jedi Gunny Yahtzee Host

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    He's 89. No way he would be able to move around well at that age.
  13. Cushing's Admirer Force Ghost

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    Ree: I know you didn't. [:D] I completely agree with you. His age is definitely being reflected clearly now but I think it's well deserved and I hope his twilight goes well with him. :) @};-

    Gunny: I think that's a bit extreme. :p I'm 29 and I do *much* worse than Sir Chris on the movement issue (with cause). However, I appreciate your seeming accepting manner that slowing down with age is natural. :)
  14. Ree Force Ghost

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    I'm sore and tired now- what am I going to be like at 89?!

    It's ok, I will use the Force to give me strength.
  15. Cushing's Admirer Force Ghost

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    Ree: Exactly. I think reaching such an age is quite a blessing. :)

    [face_laugh] Glad you have a positive attitude about aging. :p
  16. Ree Force Ghost

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    Haha!

    Well I'm almost 25, but I still feel about 21. It's how you feel on the inside!
  17. Shira_Adola Jedi Master

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    Well, in that case, my aunt would still be about 5 [face_laugh]
  18. JediMaster1511 Force Ghost

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    I would be 3 or 4 then. Maybe 12. Depends on the time of day. :p
  19. Shira_Adola Jedi Master

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    [face_laugh] [face_laugh]

    I think we may all be very young when we're forced out of bed:D
  20. Jedi Gunny Yahtzee Host

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    Unless you instantly have to go down and work on a paper, in which you feel rather geriatric. :p
  21. Ree Force Ghost

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  22. Jedi Gunny Yahtzee Host

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    It's a true story, too. :p
  23. Ree Force Ghost

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    Hey everyone!

    I hope you're all aware that the Boards will begin moving on March 21st which is not too far away! (A bit short notice I think).
    Make sure your private email address is up to date so you can be sent your new password for the new site and any other updates.
  24. JM_1977 Force Ghost

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    Is that the one in the Private email address box?
  25. Shira_Adola Jedi Master

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    *smirks with humor*

    I would imagine so.
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