Distance is a Fallacy
TRANSMISSION 53 We've finally done it. After months of sitting alone in this tiny remote outpost - has it just been months? It truly feels like it's been five years since I was sent to this isolated shed on the frontiers of oblivion - I finally have something substantive to report. I have received communication from a non-terrestrial source and, after many rounds of analysis, I can confirm with a <0.01% margin of error that the transmission was from an intelligent source. I have already broadcast the preplanned welcome message and am eagerly awaiting the response, which I will of course pass along to headquarters promptly as I receive it.
The vision had started again. Rough wooden planks. Flapping sails, slapping against the wind. The sense that the surface below her was not solid, not air, but something in between. Something she knew all too well.
Telepathy is a tricky thing. Everyone seems to have a pinch of it. People finish each other’s sentences, pictures flutter into the mind and those next to us start talking about our thoughts without us ever uttering a word. Were those thoughts broadcasted or were they received like a mental text message?
“Hello. My name is Kimmy. Welcome to our first date.” I straighten in my chair-- pull down my shirt, adjust my tie, smooth back whatever hair I have left. “Hi Kimmy,” I answer. “You’re... you're very beautiful.”
Above The Pale Blue Dot
The message came through with its usual exuberant blip. Nothing incessant, just a single, almost celebratory sound before relying on the blinking green light to capture her attention. Robin watched the green light, deciding whether it was smart to listen to the message now or after the evening was over. If she left it, there was plausible deniability: there can’t be an “I told you so” if they hadn’t told her; but then again, Robin was never good at leaving things to the unknown.
Chadwick Boseman Was Originally Supposed To Be in 'Mandalorian' Season 1 According to Concept Art
The Mandalorian is easily one of, if not the best, shows on Disney+ right now. It is also the best Star Wars show available on the platform. The adventures of Din Djarin and Grogu through the galaxy has been a great ride for fans everywhere. Mando hasn’t always been alone in his journeys, though. He has had a lot of help from friends, mentors, masters, enemies, and creatures along the way. These characters have also been brought to life by some truly fantastic actors and actresses, such as Carl Weathers as Greef Karga and Rosario Dawson as fan favorite Ashoka Tano. There have also been some cameos from equally impressive stars like Jason Sudeikis and Bill Burr. But fans have recently gotten a look at some early concept art for the show that reveals some more impressive stars we almost got in the series.
Somewhere, or perhaps sometime, in some distant land or alternate plane, there exists a world that is not round. Not round at all, but indeed very flat and very limited. Its inhabitants are accustomed to its shape. In fact, they have built their lives in straight lines, clean angles, sharp corners; hardly ever a man-made circle in sight. To them, time marches on in one linear path they all must follow. One is born, one lives, and one dies. That is the natural order of things.
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My Top 3 Anime Sports that I love!
Don't get me wrong, I watch a lot of Anime and I watch all different areas of Anime. One thing about me though is that I'm NOT a big fan of sport in general until I starred watching anime and went to the area with sports that's when things changed for the better. HERE'S my TOP 3 Anime Sports I have seen and why I love them?!
New Leaked Set Photos From 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' Series Show Filming Is Underway
If there's one thing that both detractors and fans of the prequel films can agree on as a positive, it's Ewan McGregor's performance as the most iconic Jedi knight of all time, Obi-Wan Kenobi. (Sorry, Yoda.) Despite his lack of material to work with in The Phantom Menace, by the time Attack of the Clones hit theaters, it was clear that everyone's favorite Jedi was going to be one of the diamonds in the rough. McGregor seemed truly invested in his character and seemed to be having the most fun until Ian McDiarmid got to really let loose once Emperor Palpatine took over.
Disney Shows Off Amazing Real Working Lightsaber For Their Galactic Starcruiser Hotel In Disney World
On May the 4th aka Star Wars Day (man I wish it was a real national holiday for day off reasons), new art was added to Disney+. Lucasfilm also premiered its highly anticipated newest animated series Star Wars: The Bad Batch on Disney+. In addition to all of the new content that was released to the millions, Disney announced a very cool and groundbreaking achievement in the history of all of Star Wars fandom: a real working lightsaber for their Galactic Starcruiser Hotel in Disney World! It’s been a long time coming for every fan in a galaxy far, far away.
It all happened yesterday, the end of everything I ever knew and ever loved. Yesterday all my troubles seemed so far away... Yesterday.
10 Things You Don't Know About Tatooine
For a planet that is farthest from the bright center of the universe, a lot of things happen on Tatooine: Anakin Skywalker is born there, he meets his future wife in Watto’s junk shop, and he begins his fall to the dark side there, after he unsuccessfully tries to free his mother. Luke Skywalker lives there for the first 19 years of his life, as does Obi-Wan for his last 19 years, and (Darth) Maul’s arc finally comes to a tragic end on that desert planet.
Veiling in the Pagan World
When people see the word veiling they usually think of a couple of different scenarios. First might be a blushing bride on her wedding day, hiding her face for good luck. Another might be a mother hiding her face as she mourns the death of her child.
Glass to Gold: Chapter Two
Author's note: Thank you for reading this far! I'm excited to continue on with this story. If you haven't read the last chapter yet, you can read it here: https://vocal.media/futurism/glass-to-gold-chapter-one And if you haven't read started reading and this sort of thing sounds like your kinda cup of tea, then you can go here to start from the beginning: https://vocal.media/futurism/glass-to-gold-prologue I hope you enjoy! Leave a heart if you want to see more and keep an eye out for chapter 3.
'The Bad Batch' Trailer Reveals A New Side To The Rancor
Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau must have a competition going on between them to see who can create the most adorable Star Wars baby. Jon Favreau just gave us the incredibly adorable Grogu, or “Baby Yoda” if you prefer, but now Filoni has said, “Hold my beer,” to Favreau’s creation. In the new trailer for The Bad Batch, we get our first-ever look at a baby rancor.
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