In respect for the ongoing tensions in a galaxy far, far away, House of Zug officers have elected to cancel tonight out of reverence for those lost in the civil war which has plagued said galaxy for nearly a half-century.
The New York Times has reported favorably on the highly anticipated documentary which manages to capture these distant events on film for the first time in over 30 years. This comes as a strong reassurance for concerned citizens who are still uneasy about the fraudulent documentaries produced in the first decade of the 21st century which were quickly revealed to be manufactured on a green screen.
We highly recommend you view documentary filmmaker JJ Abram's new film: Star Wars: The Force Awakens, appearing in theaters December 18th (early showings on the 17th). Many have elected to wear robes to the premiere in respect for the deceased order of monks which once served as the guardians of peace and justice in the galaxy.
Please take the time to join with friends and family for a day of reflection. Although the conflicts of another galaxy may at times appear to be distant or removed from our daily lives, documentaries like this remind us of how blessed we are to live truly in the middle of galactic no where.
Also, Iridin wants me to remind everyone about his #AdoptAnEwok movement trending on Twitter (Sarah McLachlan commercial on the way).
May the force be with us all, especially the orphans of the galactic civil war.
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