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(Gwinnett Daily Post)   Adam Driver wants you to believe he almost turned down "Star Wars", goes full 'Clerks' on The Death Star; "Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there? Did they not have families?   ( gwinnettdailypost.com) divider line
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2017-12-04 02:29:10 PM  
Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.
 
2017-12-04 02:31:28 PM  

UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.


It isn't terrorism.  It is war.  How does he think the millions of people on Alderaan felt when their planet was destroyed?  When it's thousands versus millions, thousands loses every time.
 
2017-12-04 02:36:40 PM  
There were very fine people on both sides.
 
2017-12-04 02:37:49 PM  

Kornchex: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

It isn't terrorism.  It is war.  How does he think the millions of people on Alderaan felt when their planet was destroyed?  When it's thousands versus millions, thousands loses every time.


Thousands of military targets vs billions of civilians. If the Death Star garrison didn't rise up to stop genocide, they all deserved to die.
 
2017-12-04 02:40:31 PM  

UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.


Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?
 
2017-12-04 02:41:50 PM  
Stormtroopers' 9/11
Youtube xV7Ha3VDbzE
 
2017-12-04 02:45:11 PM  

UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.


'Are we the Baddies?' Mitchell and Webb Funny Nazi Scetch
Youtube hn1VxaMEjRU
 
2017-12-04 02:46:48 PM  

naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?


Official name is 'DS-1 Orbital Battle Station'. It does not say anywhere that the 'DS' actually stands for "Death Star", but a lot of people assume it does and it works.

But the "Orbital BATTLE Station" pretty much automatically denotes it as a war machine.

/Also had between 1.1-1.2 million personnel on board
 
2017-12-04 02:52:21 PM  
Oh good. I've been kept up nights wondering what Adam Driver thought about things.
 
2017-12-04 02:53:56 PM  
Take Your Daughter to Work Day | Robot Chicken | Adult Swim
Youtube Cizlx6ODhuE
 
2017-12-04 02:54:38 PM  

scottydoesntknow: naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?

Official name is 'DS-1 Orbital Battle Station'. It does not say anywhere that the 'DS' actually stands for "Death Star", but a lot of people assume it does and it works.

But the "Orbital BATTLE Station" pretty much automatically denotes it as a war machine.

/Also had between 1.1-1.2 million personnel on board


New cannon books have it referred to the Death Star by the Imperials as well, including one who uses that name to basically admit post-Endor that they were the bad guys all along.
 
2017-12-04 02:54:46 PM  

Kornchex


How does he think the millions of people on Alderaan felt when their planet was destroyed?


It gave them a warm feeling. Briefly.
 
2017-12-04 02:55:06 PM  
This is why actors need to be told what to say...
 
2017-12-04 02:59:57 PM  
So not only Kylo Ren father murderer, but an insufferable hipster.
 
2017-12-04 03:01:01 PM  

Fireproof: scottydoesntknow: naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?

Official name is 'DS-1 Orbital Battle Station'. It does not say anywhere that the 'DS' actually stands for "Death Star", but a lot of people assume it does and it works.

But the "Orbital BATTLE Station" pretty much automatically denotes it as a war machine.

/Also had between 1.1-1.2 million personnel on board

New cannon books have it referred to the Death Star by the Imperials as well, including one who uses that name to basically admit post-Endor that they were the bad guys all along.


First five minutes of the first movie.  Unnamed stormtrooper: "The Death Star plans are not in the main computer."
 
2017-12-04 03:03:35 PM  

Kornchex: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

It isn't terrorism.  It is war.  How does he think the millions of people on Alderaan felt when their planet was destroyed?  When it's thousands versus millions, thousands loses every time.


And by the time it was destroyed it had been used no less than 3 times to cause mass destruction escalating to the level of the complete destruction of an entire planet and the annihilation of everything alive on it.  There was no way that there was anyone on board that wasn't aware of what it's purpose was.
 
2017-12-04 03:04:08 PM  

naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?


The opposition barely knew it existed prior to it becoming operational, so I don't think it was just a hashtag that stuck.

Also if most of the deaths were from cloned troops do those count towards the final death tally if they can be remade? I mean that's more of a monetary loss from needing to make a new batch. As for everyone else the entire station was designed to destroy planets and the detention center had torture bots on board. I think they probably were aware of the risks and knew they were living no a high value military target.
 
2017-12-04 03:08:43 PM  

skyotter: First five minutes of the first movie.  Unnamed stormtrooper: "The Death Star plans are not in the main computer."


That was just its short name.  Its full name was "Prevents Death Star".
 
2017-12-04 03:08:48 PM  

kbronsito: Kornchex: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

It isn't terrorism.  It is war.  How does he think the millions of people on Alderaan felt when their planet was destroyed?  When it's thousands versus millions, thousands loses every time.

Thousands of military targets vs billions of civilians. If the Death Star garrison didn't rise up to stop genocide, they all deserved to die.


and yet, poeople get a little tetchy these days when you make the same arguments about Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Personally I think the Death Star detonation was like the sinking of the Ferry transporting German "Heavy Water" from the damn in Norway.   The man who placed the charges was FULLY aware that there would be MANY innocent civilians, his countrymen, on board, but he also knew it would effectively end the German nuclear program (even if he didn;t really believe the dire doomsday warnings about those bombs)
 
2017-12-04 03:12:17 PM  

Lumbar Puncture: naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?

The opposition barely knew it existed prior to it becoming operational, so I don't think it was just a hashtag that stuck.

Also if most of the deaths were from cloned troops do those count towards the final death tally if they can be remade? I mean that's more of a monetary loss from needing to make a new batch. As for everyone else the entire station was designed to destroy planets and the detention center had torture bots on board. I think they probably were aware of the risks and knew they were living no a high value military target.


Every clone was still a human being.
 
2017-12-04 03:12:36 PM  
I have to admit, I thought he would have been the worst part of Logan Lucky, but he's probably the funniest part of that movie.
 
2017-12-04 03:13:00 PM  
Let's look at his predecessors in the role:
David Prowse:  Not even in the movie credits
Hayden Christensen:  Ruined his career

I can see why he might think it was jinxed.
 
2017-12-04 03:13:04 PM  
#CloneLivesMatter
 
2017-12-04 03:14:37 PM  
How was this not Weeners of this thread?
Clerks - Death Star Contractors
Youtube iQdDRrcAOjA
 
2017-12-04 03:16:17 PM  

isamudyson: How was this not Weeners of this thread?
[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/iQdDRrcA​OjA]


not "Weeners" but "Post number one". Fark filter strikes again.

/Weeners does make it funny though.
 
2017-12-04 03:16:27 PM  

Callous: And by the time it was destroyed it had been used no less than 3 times to cause mass destruction escalating to the level of the complete destruction of an entire planet and the annihilation of everything alive on it.  There was no way that there was anyone on board that wasn't aware of what it's purpose was.


Hogwash. What did the Trash Compactor Monster know of what was going on outside of its cozy little home?

And I'm sure there were subcontracted cafeteria workers deep in the interior who just dished up slop to the stormtroopers and didn't ask where they were going or who the dude in the big black suit who never eats was or what that big loud noise was just a second ago...
 
2017-12-04 03:16:56 PM  

isamudyson: How was this not Weeners of this thread?
[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/iQdDRrcA​OjA]


Almost.  But I've had that movie memorized for years and thought I would send things in another direction.
 
2017-12-04 03:17:52 PM  
The death star isn't a civilian vessel it's like blowing up a battleship during a war. Everyone on it is fair game even if it was take your daughter to work day
 
2017-12-04 03:18:30 PM  

Uzzah: Callous: And by the time it was destroyed it had been used no less than 3 times to cause mass destruction escalating to the level of the complete destruction of an entire planet and the annihilation of everything alive on it.  There was no way that there was anyone on board that wasn't aware of what it's purpose was.

Hogwash. What did the Trash Compactor Monster know of what was going on outside of its cozy little home?

And I'm sure there were subcontracted cafeteria workers deep in the interior who just dished up slop to the stormtroopers and didn't ask where they were going or who the dude in the big black suit who never eats was or what that big loud noise was just a second ago...


I've always wondered how a dianoga even got on the Death Star, or are they used throughout the galaxy as a go-to trash monster to help with clearing it?
 
2017-12-04 03:20:00 PM  

Callous: Lumbar Puncture: naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?

The opposition barely knew it existed prior to it becoming operational, so I don't think it was just a hashtag that stuck.

Also if most of the deaths were from cloned troops do those count towards the final death tally if they can be remade? I mean that's more of a monetary loss from needing to make a new batch. As for everyone else the entire station was designed to destroy planets and the detention center had torture bots on board. I think they probably were aware of the risks and knew they were living no a high value military target.

Every clone was still a human being.


Every clone was still a human being COMPLICIT!
 
2017-12-04 03:20:01 PM  

UberDave: isamudyson: How was this not Weeners of this thread?
[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/iQdDRrcA​OjA]

Almost.  But I've had that movie memorized for years and thought I would send things in another direction.


OK, I'll grant you that. Kinda wished it had kept going into a version of "Happy Fun Ball" warnings but it didn't.
 
2017-12-04 03:20:21 PM  

Uzzah: Callous: And by the time it was destroyed it had been used no less than 3 times to cause mass destruction escalating to the level of the complete destruction of an entire planet and the annihilation of everything alive on it.  There was no way that there was anyone on board that wasn't aware of what it's purpose was.

Hogwash. What did the Trash Compactor Monster know of what was going on outside of its cozy little home?

And I'm sure there were subcontracted cafeteria workers deep in the interior who just dished up slop to the stormtroopers and didn't ask where they were going or who the dude in the big black suit who never eats was or what that big loud noise was just a second ago...


Vader did too go to the Death Star Canteen.

Eddie Izzard- Death Star Canteen
Youtube Sv5iEK-IEzw
 
2017-12-04 03:20:29 PM  

isamudyson


How was this not Weeners of this thread?


Because it was already explicitly referenced in TFHeadline.

And nice filterpwn, n00b.
 
2017-12-04 03:20:51 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Uzzah: Callous: And by the time it was destroyed it had been used no less than 3 times to cause mass destruction escalating to the level of the complete destruction of an entire planet and the annihilation of everything alive on it.  There was no way that there was anyone on board that wasn't aware of what it's purpose was.

Hogwash. What did the Trash Compactor Monster know of what was going on outside of its cozy little home?

And I'm sure there were subcontracted cafeteria workers deep in the interior who just dished up slop to the stormtroopers and didn't ask where they were going or who the dude in the big black suit who never eats was or what that big loud noise was just a second ago...

I've always wondered how a dianoga even got on the Death Star, or are they used throughout the galaxy as a go-to trash monster to help with clearing it?


Probably standard trash monster. It had a way out where it wouldn't get crushed.
 
2017-12-04 03:20:57 PM  
I'm still trying to figure out why it took longer to move the thing around a planet than it took to travel halfway across the galaxy.
 
2017-12-04 03:22:04 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Uzzah: Callous: And by the time it was destroyed it had been used no less than 3 times to cause mass destruction escalating to the level of the complete destruction of an entire planet and the annihilation of everything alive on it.  There was no way that there was anyone on board that wasn't aware of what it's purpose was.

Hogwash. What did the Trash Compactor Monster know of what was going on outside of its cozy little home?

And I'm sure there were subcontracted cafeteria workers deep in the interior who just dished up slop to the stormtroopers and didn't ask where they were going or who the dude in the big black suit who never eats was or what that big loud noise was just a second ago...

I've always wondered how a dianoga even got on the Death Star, or are they used throughout the galaxy as a go-to trash monster to help with clearing it?


Same way Dicaprio got on the Titanic
 
2017-12-04 03:23:10 PM  

Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Callous: Lumbar Puncture: naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?

The opposition barely knew it existed prior to it becoming operational, so I don't think it was just a hashtag that stuck.

Also if most of the deaths were from cloned troops do those count towards the final death tally if they can be remade? I mean that's more of a monetary loss from needing to make a new batch. As for everyone else the entire station was designed to destroy planets and the detention center had torture bots on board. I think they probably were aware of the risks and knew they were living no a high value military target.

Every clone was still a human being.

Every clone was still a human being COMPLICIT!


Actually, since this takes place long ago in a galaxy far, far away, are they even human?
 
2017-12-04 03:23:50 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Uzzah: Callous: And by the time it was destroyed it had been used no less than 3 times to cause mass destruction escalating to the level of the complete destruction of an entire planet and the annihilation of everything alive on it.  There was no way that there was anyone on board that wasn't aware of what it's purpose was.

Hogwash. What did the Trash Compactor Monster know of what was going on outside of its cozy little home?

And I'm sure there were subcontracted cafeteria workers deep in the interior who just dished up slop to the stormtroopers and didn't ask where they were going or who the dude in the big black suit who never eats was or what that big loud noise was just a second ago...

I've always wondered how a dianoga even got on the Death Star, or are they used throughout the galaxy as a go-to trash monster to help with clearing it?


According to the books they're everywhere and nobody really gives a damn.  If you have a garbage room you're going to have a dianoga in it before long.  They're harder to keep out than farmboys in snub fighters.
 
2017-12-04 03:24:50 PM  

Trainspotr: I'm still trying to figure out why it took longer to move the thing around a planet than it took to travel halfway across the galaxy.


Impulse engines vs Warp Drive , you call yourself a geek and you don;t even know the basics?   Do you have any IDEA on how many dilithium crystals that thing burned a day?
 
2017-12-04 03:25:03 PM  
Whatabout the file planets destroyed by the New Order's Starkiller?!?

#ImpeachSnoke
 
2017-12-04 03:26:06 PM  

Lumbar Puncture: naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?

The opposition barely knew it existed prior to it becoming operational, so I don't think it was just a hashtag that stuck.

Also if most of the deaths were from cloned troops do those count towards the final death tally if they can be remade? I mean that's more of a monetary loss from needing to make a new batch. As for everyone else the entire station was designed to destroy planets and the detention center had torture bots on board. I think they probably were aware of the risks and knew they were living no a high value military target.


Storm troopers weren't clones. Clone troopers in the prequels were.
 
2017-12-04 03:26:31 PM  

Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Callous: Lumbar Puncture: naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?

The opposition barely knew it existed prior to it becoming operational, so I don't think it was just a hashtag that stuck.

Also if most of the deaths were from cloned troops do those count towards the final death tally if they can be remade? I mean that's more of a monetary loss from needing to make a new batch. As for everyone else the entire station was designed to destroy planets and the detention center had torture bots on board. I think they probably were aware of the risks and knew they were living no a high value military target.

Every clone was still a human being.

Every clone was still a human being COMPLICIT!

Actually, since this takes place long ago in a galaxy far, far away, are they even human?


DUDE. Don;t you remember the Series finale when it was revealed that actually they ARE humans, and they abandoned all vestiges of technology to hide from the cylons?
 
2017-12-04 03:27:27 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: So not only Kylo Ren father murderer, but an insufferable hipster.


If he was an insufferable hipster he'd still be doing a show where 90% of the time he's faking orgasms on top of Lena Dunham.

Got to hand it to him, Adam not only bailed out of that burning plane careening into a mountain, but he got handed a golden parachute to boot.
 
2017-12-04 03:30:19 PM  

Magorn: kbronsito: Kornchex: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

It isn't terrorism.  It is war.  How does he think the millions of people on Alderaan felt when their planet was destroyed?  When it's thousands versus millions, thousands loses every time.

Thousands of military targets vs billions of civilians. If the Death Star garrison didn't rise up to stop genocide, they all deserved to die.

and yet, poeople get a little tetchy these days when you make the same arguments about Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Personally I think the Death Star detonation was like the sinking of the Ferry transporting German "Heavy Water" from the damn in Norway.   The man who placed the charges was FULLY aware that there would be MANY innocent civilians, his countrymen, on board, but he also knew it would effectively end the German nuclear program (even if he didn;t really believe the dire doomsday warnings about those bombs)


People don't understand that Hiroshima was the headquarters of Japan's Second Army and that bombing killed 20,000 Japanese soldiers or that Nagasaki was a major naval shipyard building military ships, ordinance, and other war materials.

If they wanted to go after a civilian target, they would have bombed Tokyo. If you really want to get up in arms about an allied war atrocity, look at the bombing of Dresden.
 
2017-12-04 03:33:49 PM  

Wessoman


If he was an insufferable hipster he'd still be doing a show where 90% of the time he's faking orgasms on top of Lena Dunham.

Got to hand it to him, Adam not only bailed out of that burning plane careening into a mountain, but he got handed a golden parachute to boot.


Ewww. Poor bastard.

He was in a movie called 'This is Where I Leave You'. The cast was quite good: Jason Bateman, Rose Byrne, Tina Fey, Timothy Olyphant, Jane Fonda, Abigail Spencer, Connie Britton, and Dax Shepard.
 
2017-12-04 03:37:03 PM  

Wessoman: Darth_Lukecash: So not only Kylo Ren father murderer, but an insufferable hipster.

If he was an insufferable hipster he'd still be doing a show where 90% of the time he's faking orgasms on top of Lena Dunham.

Got to hand it to him, Adam not only bailed out of that burning plane careening into a mountain, but he got handed a golden parachute to boot.


I'm not talking about Adam Driver, I'm talking about Kylo Ren.
 
2017-12-04 03:37:20 PM  

Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Callous: Lumbar Puncture: naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?

The opposition barely knew it existed prior to it becoming operational, so I don't think it was just a hashtag that stuck.

Also if most of the deaths were from cloned troops do those count towards the final death tally if they can be remade? I mean that's more of a monetary loss from needing to make a new batch. As for everyone else the entire station was designed to destroy planets and the detention center had torture bots on board. I think they probably were aware of the risks and knew they were living no a high value military target.

Every clone was still a human being.

Every clone was still a human being COMPLICIT!

Actually, since this takes place long ago in a galaxy far, far away, are they even human?


On one hand, the podrace announcer called Anakin a human being.

On the other hand, Han Solo also called Jabba a wonderful human being in one of the "Special Edition" scenes.
 
2017-12-04 03:40:48 PM  
I REALLY wish he had turned down Star Wars...  I have a hard time imagining a more whiny, more annoying,less intimidating, pussy poser of a "Sith Lord".
 
2017-12-04 03:44:54 PM  

meanmutton: Lumbar Puncture: naughtyrev: UberDave: Isn't that also an act of terrorism against the hundreds of thousands of people who died there?

I can see that if you were living on the "Super Happy Fun Star" but they were living on the Death Star.

Did the Empire actually name it the Death Star, or was that one of those things where the opposition defined it and the branding stuck?

The opposition barely knew it existed prior to it becoming operational, so I don't think it was just a hashtag that stuck.

Also if most of the deaths were from cloned troops do those count towards the final death tally if they can be remade? I mean that's more of a monetary loss from needing to make a new batch. As for everyone else the entire station was designed to destroy planets and the detention center had torture bots on board. I think they probably were aware of the risks and knew they were living no a high value military target.

Storm troopers weren't clones. Clone troopers in the prequels were.


of course there is never any mention of all the slavery going on in Star Wars...and not just the carbon based organic lifeforms...but the AI Slaves with regards to all the Droids.  between the casual disregard for their lives and all the memory wipes etc... Droids are a pretty large ethical hole in the Empire/Republic.
 
kab
2017-12-04 03:45:56 PM  
He's a solid actor, better than some of the roles he's been in would imply (the dreck otherwise known as 'Inside Llewyn Davis' is a good example).

Odd that he doesn't understand the lesser of two evils concept.
 
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