The pace of the movie is slowed considerably when Chewbacca's prostrate problems force the aging crew to pull over every couple of thousand light years. … There’s nothing new about having people dump ice on others, as is going on with the challenge to help cure ALS. In high school, a lot of girls suggested someone dump a bucket of ice on me. I’m not sure it was about helping fight disease. … Today’s Jeopardy stumped contestants with this answer: “It can make anything better.” “Alex, the question is, ‘What’s is a mother’s kiss?’” “I’m sorry, the correct question is, ‘What is Photoshop?’” A picture may be worth a thousand words, but with the right software, you can substantially increase the value. … ” A recent news items reports the Internal Revenue Service has denied an application for tax exemption from a mind control group called “Mind Justice.” Well, it’s obvious why; they clearly didn’t see this coming and do anything about it. … A friend just a question on Facebook? “How do you stop a running toilet?” “It depends,” I replied. “How far has it run?” … California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a law that makes it legal for restaurants to allow customers to bring their dogs with them to outside seating areas. The French are going, “So?” The difference in California is that the dogs are also allowed to petition for additional rights. … Waiting for that new PeeWee Herman retrospective, “Hand over Fist.”Last modified on Friday, 22 August 2014
RANDOM THOUGHTS: MARK HAMMILL
The main question about the upcoming “StarWars, Episode VII” is whether Mark Hammill, who plays Luke Skywalker, has learned to act over these years. But it turns out, there’s no worry. After hearing him deliver his lines, a reincarnated, Darth Vader declares, “Luke, I am not your father, no way” and falls on his light saber. There have also been petitions to ensure that Carrie Fisher does not done the skimpy outfit she wore while being chained to Jabba the Hutt, who also signed. In a tragic turn of events, a writer who suggested bringing back the character of Jar Jar Binks, was beaten to death by angry movie executives.