The Obama administration strikes back at the petition to build a Death Star with "This Isn't the Petition Response You're Looking For."
The White House has a website where citizens can create petitions that "call for action on a range of issues facing our nation." Here's one: we don't have a Death Star. Now that a petition to build one has 25,000 signatures, it's up to the White House to either get to work, or tell us why this is not the best idea ever.
It's hard to imagine a more effective way to assert your nation's superpower status than by having your very own Death Star. Now U.S. Citizens can voice their support for building the ultimate weapon, by signing a petition on the official White House website.
There's nothing like a nice cold iced tea to beat the summer heat. How does the Skywalker family serve out drinks on their moisture farm? With Death Star-shaped ice balls, of course.
That's 852 with 15 zeros following it. I know, that figure is insane. You know what that means. It means Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader were rolling in the money like filthy rich rappers. I guess ruling the Galactic Empire isn't so terrible when you're ballin'.
For better or worse, you can finally own all six Star Wars movies on Blu-ray. You've probably heard about the edits — we've been trying to forget. We've tried origami, cake and Lego, but nothing's done the trick. Help us, Jennifer Landa, you're our only hope!
Hey, did you ever notice while you're out shoveling snow that you create a lot of trenches that are kinda reminiscent of the Death Star's from Star Wars? This guy did, and it's the funniest thing you'll see all week.
Now, I don't get excited about cookie jars all that often. In fact, this may be the first time. But come on! This is a cookie jar shaped like the Death Star! What more could you possibly want from a...