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As if there weren't enough political opinionating out there, I, too, now sing the body bloglectric. Let me FEED you![XML]
This is cool too: Beyond Indy, Lucas also answered a question about another popular Lucasfilm character, Willow Ufgood. His response to a fan who asked about the possibilities of Willow II: "I was actually just talking to Warwick Davis backstage, and we were communing on the possibility, wouldn't it be wonderful to someday do a Willow TV series. I can't say that we'll do that, but, [Lucasfilm] is moving into television, and a lot of ideas are popping up." Lucas went on to say later that other projects on the horizon include a feature film about African-American pilots serving in World War II that Lucas will produce.
"Chips are the path to the dark fried. Chips lead to Hash Browns. Hash Browns lead to the plate. The plate leads to suffering." --Roota, Jedi Master
Beware the Dark Gourd of the Sith
I'm anxiously awaiting his son Luke Frywalker and his friend Hash Solo.
That's all I got... and the gourd one was really a stretch...
"Somewhere a mending of fences must have been happened in the conclave," said Father Gerald Fogarty, history professor at the University of Virginia in the United States. "They probably think of this as a transitional papacy."
John Wilkins, former editor of The Tablet in London, said Ratzinger could be different as Pope from his previous work.
"You never quite know how a pope is going to develop," he said. "You can't just draw a straight line from Cardinal Ratzinger as head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and Cardinal Ratzinger as pope."
"We are moving toward a dictatorship of relativism which does not recognize anything as definitive and has as its highest value one's own ego and one's own desires," [Cardinal Ratzinger] declared at a pre-conclave Mass in St. Peter's Basilica.
"Ratzinger's stern leadership of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith, the modern successor to the Inquisition, delighted conservative Catholics but upset moderates and other Christians whose churches he described as deficient."
"In that office, Ratzinger disciplined Latin American "liberation theology" theologians, denounced homosexuality and gay marriage and pressured Asian priests who saw non-Christian religions as part of God's plan for humanity."