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My personal dream

Post by DeathTrooper » Sun Apr 04, 2010 11:53 pm

Just wanted to share this for no particular reason, and this seemed like the place to do so. My personal dream, if I were filthy stinking rich I would absolutely have this, is a life-size replica of The Millennium Falcon used as a small home (a "cabin" in the woods would be awesome) or "clubhouse", with sleeping and living quarters, under-deck "secret" storage compartments, and a cockpit fitted with led panel "windows" and working joystick and controls for pc flight-sims like X-Wing Alliance. Yes, XWA, that's how long I've wanted this, and that's how much I like Star Wars. Does that make me a fanatic more than a fan? Before you answer, I should confess that I've read about 120 Star Wars books and seen the movies more times than I can count. So, honestly, I'm beyond simple fan or nerd and should seek professional help, right? :lol:

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Re: My personal dream

Post by Monty Burns » Mon Apr 05, 2010 5:02 am

Son you have problems.

When I think of personal dreams it usually involves vast quantities of cash, tropical islands, lots of beer and I would say women but the wife will kill me if I do so I wont.

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Re: My personal dream

Post by DeathTrooper » Mon Apr 05, 2010 6:27 am

Monty Burns wrote:...vast quantities of cash, tropical islands, lots of beer...
Well, this would involve vast quantities of cash, it could be placed on a tropical island, and the secret compartments could be insulated or refrigerated. :idea:

If I had enough money maybe I could even genetically engineer some Koalas or raccoons into Ewoks to live on the island, but Mother Nature may not share my sense of humor and I wouldn't want to risk becoming another Dr. Moreau. :wink:

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Re: My personal dream

Post by Zimoon » Mon Apr 05, 2010 9:50 am

Dream on, dream on, day dreams are my passion :D

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Re: My personal dream

Post by Swedishoyster » Mon Apr 05, 2010 5:24 pm

I guess you've seen this one then, if not, it's a *must* for any SW fan.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUjrG8gTmM0
Sork Inc. Perdition, Dantooine
Hunterella, Architect/Armorsmith - Sorkella, Ranger/Riflewoman
Snufsan, Tailor/Chef/x - Healerella, Doctor
Bimborella, Swordswoman/Medic - Sniperella, Rifle/BE

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Re: My personal dream

Post by DeathTrooper » Tue Apr 06, 2010 7:17 am

Swedishoyster wrote:I guess you've seen this one then, if not, it's a *must* for any SW fan.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUjrG8gTmM0
No, I had not seen it, but it looks hilarious. "Flash if you love Wookiees" :lol:

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Re: My personal dream

Post by Swedishoyster » Tue Apr 06, 2010 9:50 am

Well you're in for a treat then. It's surprisingly good and a lot of Star Wars (and Star trek) actors in it, the more you know about Star Wars, George Lucas and Star Trek the better the movie will be.
Sork Inc. Perdition, Dantooine
Hunterella, Architect/Armorsmith - Sorkella, Ranger/Riflewoman
Snufsan, Tailor/Chef/x - Healerella, Doctor
Bimborella, Swordswoman/Medic - Sniperella, Rifle/BE

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