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At random.

Thinking by myself tonight, Meatloafs song, "I would do anything for love", came to mind and I got to thinking .. what won't he do for love?
Thought about it after listening to the song on repeat for an hour and decided that he won't not do what he says he will do.
Only took me 20 years to figure out.
Then there's this.

I remember a certain someone leaping up from his chair at the movie theater, spilling diet coke and pop corn everywhere in an embarrassing show of fist pumping. What's even more embarrassing was he wasn't the only one who jumped out of their chair. By far one of my favorite scenes from Episode III where Yoda fights Count Dooku, who's first Padwan was Qui-Gon Jin. He also became the Sith Lords second apprentice when Darth Maul got whooped by Obi-Wan Kenobi - who taught Anakin Skywalker who became Darth Vader, father of Luke.

I have shamed myself knowing this Star Wars geneology.

And finally for those ignorant to Star Wars.
It's basically the beginning in a jovial song.


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