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Quiz Star Wars director George Lucas

May 20th, 2011
11:34 AM ET

Legendary film director George Lucas is teaming up with Wat Disney imagineer Tom Fitzgerald on an exciting new project that promises to bring the unforgettable film series "Star Wars" to life.

Disney's Hollywood Studios has a new theme park ride called "Star Tours - The Adventures Continue" which is a new multi-sensory attraction that immerses guests into the "Star Wars" galaxy like never before.

The attraction features some of the latest in 3D technology and guests will be able to visit some of the famous planets from the film as well as interacting with characters such as Darth Vader, Princess Leia and even Yoda.

Here's your chance to have your questions answered by the legendary director George Lucas and Tom Fitzgerald.

Please leave your questions below and be sure to include where you're writing from.

soundoff (63 Responses)
  1. Robert

    Star Wars is a legend
    from: Biggest Star wars fan

    May 20, 2011 at 12:21 pm | Reply
  2. Joe D

    How did Lea remember intricate details about her mother that Luke didn't in Return of the Jedi when Padme clearly died immediately after their birth in Revenge of the Sith?

    May 20, 2011 at 12:28 pm | Reply
  3. MAX

    Can we join it and become a role of the play

    May 20, 2011 at 12:56 pm | Reply
  4. Michael Mahoney

    Mr George Lucas – How much more money do you think you can milk out of Starwars and when will you create something new without revamping your earlier works?

    May 20, 2011 at 12:56 pm | Reply
  5. Angelo_Vicente

    Hi Mr. Lucas,

    Writing from my office, in Puerto Rico. Just wanted to ask if, as a filmmaker, you had an approximate time of when the audience could expect you to return to the director's chair itself. Star Wars is a historically & culturally important property in itself, but the prospect of George Lucas directing a different theme is intriguing.

    May 20, 2011 at 1:34 pm | Reply
  6. Brian Medley

    George – I absolutely love the animated Star Wars series – the quality of the writing and the storylines is outstanding. Have you given any thought, once the Clone Wars is played out to its logical conclusion, to doing an animated series that covers the post-Episode Six timeframe?

    For what it's worth, I am glad you all are updating the Disney attraction – the old one was getting really stale and my son, a hige Star Wars fan, was very disappointed in it. Can't wait to see the new one!

    May 20, 2011 at 1:43 pm | Reply
  7. Simon

    A couple of questions if I could be so bold:

    1) 'Midichlorians': What on Earth were you thinking?..

    2) Did you really envisage Leia as Luke's sister prior to ROTJ, considering that in hidsight their prior relationship in ANH and TESB just looked really creepy and rather disturbing to myself as a young viewer at the time?

    May 20, 2011 at 2:09 pm | Reply
  8. Eric Beauchemin

    George –
    Why have you shunned "properly releasing" the original versions of the Star Wars Trilogy?
    Certainly you are aware that most fans prefer these to your "Special Editions".
    There is an overwhelming desire from the Star Wars fan community for them to be released on Blu-Ray. The DVDs you did eventually release to us weren't even in proper Widescreen and looked terrible – it was as if you were just throwing us a bone to shut us up.
    The majority of us do NOT want to see Greedo shoot first.
    The majority of us do NOT want to see the musical atrocities you committed to Return Of The Jedi in both Jabba's Lair and at the end of the film.
    Certainly it would be worth your while to release the originals to your fans – who, might I add, have made you an extremely wealthy man and forgave you for the Christmas Special.

    Kind regards.

    May 20, 2011 at 2:28 pm | Reply
  9. Clint Marlborough

    Hi George, after nearly 35 years Star Wars is obviously still alive and well and continuing to entertain and inspire new generations of fans. Is there any chance that we might soon see a live action TV series which has been discussed for the last few years? Given how ground breaking the Clone Wars animated series has been I could only imagine how exciting it would be to see new live action Star Wars material come to the big or small screen. Thanks for continuing to share your vision of a galaxy far, far away.

    May 20, 2011 at 2:51 pm | Reply
  10. Ajmal

    Did Anakin loose a lot of power potential with the force when he lost his legs and arms and got the suit. The emperor thought he was to be the most powerful sith ever, did the suit restrain him from being more powerful than the emperor. Why couldn't he use lightning like other jedis

    May 20, 2011 at 2:52 pm | Reply
  11. Nicolas Brucker

    Do you think that the Star Wars saga has changed or will change the world?

    From France

    May 20, 2011 at 2:57 pm | Reply
  12. Mr. Lucas

    Seeing how Boba-Fett was a surprisingly has a huge cult following... It would be a cool series or series spin to see the Growing up of Boba following his Fathers death. Maybe, other than chance, that it came to be that Vader (Anakin) came to call on him almost 2 decades later (in his search for Solo).
    I know you've briefly touched on Boba in the Animated "Clone Wars" Series.

    Thanks again for a lifetime of memories.

    P.S. Star Wars 3D? Blu-Ray?

    May 20, 2011 at 2:59 pm | Reply
  13. CT Nederlk

    Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    Seeing how Boba-Fett was a surprisingly has a huge cult following... It would be a cool series or series spin to see the Growing up of Boba following his Fathers death. Maybe, other than chance, that it came to be that Vader (Anakin) came to call on him almost 2 decades later (in his search for Solo).
    I know you've briefly touched on Boba in the Animated "Clone Wars" Series.

    Thanks again for a lifetime of memories.

    P.S. Star Wars 3D? Blu-Ray?

    May 20, 2011 at 3:00 pm | Reply
  14. Terry Mardi Clit

    Hi Mr Lucas-One More Star Wars Film Pre-Prequal or Sequal-

    May 20, 2011 at 3:11 pm | Reply
  15. neilw

    George – What's the state of the live action series? if financial cost are too much have you considered reducing to a shorter 'Pacific/band of brothers' type scope.
    I'd also love to see the "Heir to the Empire" trilogy done like the Clone Wars TV series, would be awesome !

    May 20, 2011 at 3:17 pm | Reply
  16. Ravensun

    I have to say that I loved the original trilogy... but the "mitichlorions" bit in the second trilogy just ... well, it ruined the whole Jedi mythos for me. Truly it did. I watch the original trilogy in its original form only – and HAN SHOT FIRST.

    What possessed you to try and explain The Force using science, and what on EARTH possessed you to change that scene between Han and the bounty huter?

    May 20, 2011 at 3:29 pm | Reply
  17. Giovanni

    How did Lea remember intricate details about her mother that Luke didn't in Return of the Jedi when Padme clearly died immediately after their birth in Revenge of the Sith?

    May 20, 2011 at 3:33 pm | Reply
  18. Mark

    2 questions.
    1. What are the chances of you making another 3 live action Star Wars movies set about 30-50 years after Return of the Jedi? I'd love to see a film with the restoration of a weak and struggling Jedi Order with Luke Skywalker's son eventually joining the dark side...
    2. Do you get tired about talking about Star Wars? 🙂

    May 20, 2011 at 3:43 pm | Reply
  19. N.B.

    Hard to see, the Dark Side is...

    May 20, 2011 at 3:53 pm | Reply
  20. Mark

    After the original trilogy in the 80s and as a teenager then I dreamed of new stories, new screenplays, of new planets and locations where new star wars films could be shot.

    I was so disappointed about the prequels: too much CGI which looked faked, jedi knights playing superman without any restrictions made it boring to watch. Battle scenes where one could not see the figures through all the laser shots, it as just to much CGI, too little interesting the stories.

    Please, please, please – make another one like ESB !!!

    Mark

    May 20, 2011 at 3:53 pm | Reply
  21. Slate

    When Luke and Leia were talking in the Ewok village in Return of the Jedi, Luke asked Leia if she had any memories of her real mother. Leia responded that she barely knew her mother but remembered her being sad. I am curious if Leia somehow used the force to know how upset Padme was about the loss of Anakin of if there was a different vision for their relationship with Padme when Return of the Jedi was shot?

    May 20, 2011 at 4:41 pm | Reply
  22. Rick George

    Mr. Lucas,

    What came first, the philosophy or the story? At what point during the creation process did you realize you had connected the two together and how significant was the impact to you?

    Thank you,

    Rick

    May 20, 2011 at 4:51 pm | Reply
  23. Andrew

    George, when, if ever, are we going to see "Red Tails" on the big screen ? It seems to be in post production for ever !

    May 20, 2011 at 5:16 pm | Reply
  24. Alex Winter

    In Empire Strikes back, just before Han Solo is dipped into the carbon pit Chewie goes a little nuts and knocks around a few stormtroopers. Boba Fett is about to blast him but Darth Vader stops him. Why does Vader spare his life?

    May 20, 2011 at 5:36 pm | Reply
  25. Simon Naylor

    Mr. Lucas. You wrote Star War at a young age. How difficult was it at the time to grasp all the different ranks of Generals, Admirals, Captains etc? Also, I hope you release more action figures from the Ewok Movies and shoot Droid World as one of the Episodes for the Upcoming Television series. I would love to see Z-X3 and the War-bots in live action!

    May 20, 2011 at 6:11 pm | Reply
  26. Richard Dickson

    Considering the historical, cultural, and emotional impact they hold for so many, why have you been so reluctant to offer the theatrical versions of the original trilogy, first on DVD and now on Blu-ray. For many of us, those are the versions we grew up with and want to re-live. And in a better format than as an extra slapped onto the Special Edition DVD.

    May 20, 2011 at 6:46 pm | Reply
  27. Alex

    Mr Lucas,

    Do YOU believe the Jedi had become arrogant before their fall?

    Thanks for everything!

    Alex from Greece

    May 20, 2011 at 6:48 pm | Reply
  28. Rob

    Mr. Lucas,

    I remember waiting in line with my brother to see the original Star Wars in California time after time and waiting in those lines was part of the experience and now watching my own son be totally into Star Wars – it really is amazing.

    Do you ever plan on extending the story beyond "The Return of the Jedi"?

    Rob

    May 20, 2011 at 6:50 pm | Reply
  29. Carlos Adrian

    Mr Lucas, thank you for presenting a timeless story that has enabled me to further connect with my (3) children, whom each were born at the release years of Episode I, II, and III. My wife contends she did not plan it....anyway. Is there a thought to create an exclusive Star Wars theme park?

    thank you,

    Carlos Adrian

    May 20, 2011 at 7:48 pm | Reply
  30. heckman13

    As to the person who was wondering about Leah's mother... Leia remembered her Alderaan "adopted" mother, not Padme. This would have been the wife of Bail Organ, played by Jimmy Smits in the Prequels.
    Leia did not know that she was sister to Luke until Jedi...

    May 20, 2011 at 8:00 pm | Reply
  31. Sophia

    What, if any, influence have your children had on Star Wars? Have any of your kids been in your movies? Do your kids like that their dad is famous?

    Your biggest fan, Sophia

    p.s. do you like being famous or would you also be happy being a normal person?

    May 20, 2011 at 8:03 pm | Reply
  32. Roger Romero

    As a former employee of LucasArts, one of the things Ive always wondered is if you ever considered making a movie about the first Jedi or first person to discover the use of the force? Dawn of the Jedi?

    May 20, 2011 at 8:23 pm | Reply
  33. Jason Finegan

    Dear Mr. Lucas,

    An enormous number of fans dislike CGI. I realize they enable the film-maker to more easily create fantasy imagery. But CGI has literally never looked real. Films already require a suspension of disbelief. But you must realize the the suspension of disbelief can only be stretched so thin. For example, the Will Smith film I Am Legend was an otherwise solid attempt to tell a post-apocalyptic story that was simply ruined by laughable CGI. When you restrict yourself to mostly using physical sets and costumes, the camera is capturing images from objects that truly existed in the real world. CGI, as advanced as it is, still looks like a video game. Physical objects will always look more believable.

    I do have a question from that. Do you think a CGI rendering of thousands of Gungans fighting thousands of Battle Droids is a better film than a hundred or so Norwegian Army men pretending to fight scale models of gigantic walking tanks in the snow? I think all of your fans prefer the latter.

    May 20, 2011 at 8:23 pm | Reply
  34. John

    What ever happened to the HBO Star Wars production?

    May 20, 2011 at 8:24 pm | Reply
  35. Andy Jones

    Mr. Lucas, thanks for weaving a timeless story that even now, my children love to watch as much as I do. Will you consider an animated series covering the Yuuzhan Vong and New Jedi Order? Easily the best story line since Thrawn. Thanks again sharing your vision with us-and doing it YOUR way!

    May 20, 2011 at 8:47 pm | Reply
  36. Kevin

    I'm a ten year old boy from France and I was wondering, Mr. Lucas, why was the Clone Army created and why in episode 3, did their helmets and armor change?

    May 20, 2011 at 8:47 pm | Reply
  37. james macfadzean

    Dear Mr. Lucas,

    Other than having Greedo shoot first, the effects required to make Han Solo move his head to dodge the shot look positively amateurish...You're going to have to bite the bullet and simply undo that bit.

    Also, I would like to know if you're planning on doing any revisions of the prequels, considering the success of the Clone Wars series, which has added more depth to the story of Anakin Skywalker than the prequels could ever hope to accomplish.

    My question is this: While allowing for a greater versatility when dealing with different environments..i.e. water, sand, etc., do you feel that using green screens in so many shots left something to be desired when it came to the general ambience of the scenes? It's quite obvious to see that the lighting isn't natural in, for example, the Geonosis Arena scene. And do you have any plans to go back and "edit" the look of any creatures to make them look better, in terms of textures?

    May 20, 2011 at 9:04 pm | Reply
  38. Guy

    George listen up! I was born in 1978 i grew up on almost nothing but Star wars and Indiana jones, not just me but all my childhood friends aswell. I Didnt like the latest Star wars movies or the latest Indiana jones movie, but that is really beside the point. Why not make something completely new, why not reinvent yourself, if the two above projects came from your person and your thinking then why shouldnt it be possible to create something amazing yet again. Please dont ally or depend yourself on to many young people, do it yourself. You are not getting younger and time is running out, yes you have made a a couple of legendary stories which will be seen and spoken about forever and by doing so one man could be satisfied and justly so, but I am not, I want more, I want something new. If you need some inspiration give me a call. YOU ARE THE FATHER GEORGE. Good luck with everything- Guy from Denmark.

    May 20, 2011 at 9:17 pm | Reply
  39. Dubguy

    Still waiting for the third trilogy....

    May 20, 2011 at 9:21 pm | Reply
  40. Phil

    Mr. Lucas,

    Why was the Republic Commando series done by Karen Traviss cancelled? Of all the SW books I thought that series was by far the greatest for because of the window it took readers into the Mandalorian culture.

    Also, has there ever been consideration for a Republic Commando video game sequel? First game was amazing but the series would truly be epic if released on the latest generation of systems (xbox360, ps3, pc, etc).

    Thank you for your lifes work.

    May 20, 2011 at 10:11 pm | Reply
  41. Cameron Chapman

    Can C3PO speak Jawaese?

    May 20, 2011 at 10:46 pm | Reply
  42. Charles Lee

    Chewie and Jabba were shown in "Clone Wars". Might we see a young Lando and/or Han Solo?

    Thank you, and thanks for the great stories and memories.

    May 20, 2011 at 10:50 pm | Reply
  43. James Barr

    Hi Mr. Lucas,

    In the past, the original unaltered versions of IV, V, and VI have been the subject of much debate and speculation. And of course, the announcement of the saga on Blu-Ray indicated that the original versions would not be released. And of course, fans like myself who bought the "limited edition" DVDs of the trilogy five years ago with the original versions were disappointed with the quality of those versions. And of course, your feelings are publicly known about the original versions.

    Seeing as very many filmmakers make it a point to release the theatrical versions of their films on video, such as in Spielberg's case of "Close Encounters of the Third Kind", where he released the theatrical version, special edition, and director's cut on video.

    My question is, if you were given the chance and the money to go in a do a proper restoration of IV-VI in their original theatrical glory for possible video release in the future, would you do so? And why have you not considered a restoration of the original trilogy in the past?

    James Barr; Elkhart, TX

    May 20, 2011 at 11:00 pm | Reply
  44. Ashley W

    Hey Mr. Lucas,

    Thus dosenot have to do with Star Tours 2 BUT it has to do with Star Wars the Clone Wars!!! I have always wanted to be on Star Wars the Clone Wars! I am 13 and I have always REALLY wanted to be part of Star Wars!!! If there is any info you can give you would be my HERO!!!

    Thank you!,
    Ashley W

    May 20, 2011 at 11:27 pm | Reply
  45. Marcio Decat

    George, I love the way that you describes "The Force"

    Did Carlos Castaneda books inspired you ?

    Thank you

    Marcio Decat, from Brazil, living in Orlando/FL.

    May 20, 2011 at 11:51 pm | Reply
  46. Gina Quartermaine

    Do you support Casting Diversity in your movies?
    There is a real need to address the growing International Demographics;
    I am sure you see the potential audience.

    Gina Quartermaine

    May 20, 2011 at 11:51 pm | Reply
  47. Clint Astral

    Dear George, who would win in a fight between General Grievous and Megatron (leader of the Decepticons)?
    I cant sleep until I know your thoughts on this.
    Best,
    Clint

    May 21, 2011 at 12:01 am | Reply
  48. stan

    George,

    you've seen the real star wars up there? did they give you the cosmic tour inside that old audio visual room years ago?

    magnified, quantified , simulated future events of the earth and its politics. this teaches us only one lesson, no matter how exotic and advanced your technology becomes, evil (dark side as you call it) is simply pure evil, consuming,boundless.

    and so is the light. free will is our real power. use it well.

    May 21, 2011 at 12:31 am | Reply
  49. Sean Roulet

    During "A New Hope", Grand Moff Tarkin plants a secret "transmitter" on the Millenium Falcon to track it back to the Rebel base on Yaavin 4. However, no one ever mentions finding in.

    I used to imagine that in "The Empire Strikes Back", an imperial controller on the deck of Darth Vader's star Destroyer sees the signal every time the Falcon is near, and sells the information to Boba Fett behind Vader's back.

    What happened to the Falcon's transmitter?

    May 21, 2011 at 1:02 am | Reply
  50. Tim

    Episodes 7, 8 and 9: No, or maybe?

    May 21, 2011 at 1:14 am | Reply
  51. Alvaro Medina

    I agree 100% with Eric Beauchemin. I like the originals better and LOVE to watch them with an adequate format by today standards.

    Thanks!
    Alvaro Medina
    Santiago, Chile

    May 21, 2011 at 4:04 am | Reply
  52. Gleb

    George, is it true you called Soviet filmmaker Pavel Klushantsev (1910-1999) the "Godfather of Star Wars"?

    May 21, 2011 at 6:38 am | Reply
  53. patrick

    Mr. Lucas,

    I have had Starwars in my blood since for about 30 years. I enjoy all 6 films, though i absolutely love the original trilogy and only sorta like the prequels. In the spirit of this particular set of questions, I thought I would ask one that I have been dying to get an answer for since The Phantom Menace came out....

    2 times in Empire Strikes Back, Obi-wan refers to Yoda as the jedi master who instructed him. But in the Phantom menace you make it a point to show that Obi-wan's instructor was Qui-Gon. When and where did Obi-wan get trained by Yoda? Thanks for 30+ years of fun!!!

    May 21, 2011 at 7:05 am | Reply
  54. Rich

    Hi George,

    First off, huge fan since I was a kid and I have passed this on to my 8 year old son who is also 'knuts' abt the Star Wars saga...

    I have heard rumors on the internet of all places that there will eventually be a 3rd trilogy. Any truth on this or are the actual movies done for you. Also, are you really friends with Supershadow, or is that some rabid fan?

    Thanks,

    Rich

    May 21, 2011 at 7:29 am | Reply
  55. André Avelãs

    First, wow there are a lot of douchebags wanting to send you "questions".

    Two, do give the ultimate speech on how the prequels weren't easy cash ins, and that the Special Editions were just experiments due to your negative directorial expericence on the original Star Wars.

    Thank you, from Portugal.

    May 21, 2011 at 7:36 am | Reply
  56. Sour

    1: Why was Anakin a child in Ep1 instead of a teenager? He still would have been "too old to train", his relationship with Padme would have been much less disturbing, and his job as a mechanic, building his own racer, being allowed to race it, and everything else he did would have made a whole lot more sense.
    2: Why was Padme the teenage queen of Naboo? First, by definition you don't elect a Queen. Second, no sane society would elect a teenager as their leader. The story would have worked much more logically if she'd simply been the princess of Naboo. She could still speak to the council on behalf of her parents, she'd still need to disguise herself as a handmaid, and she could still be a senator later in the series. Her being a senator served no real purpose either – the same taboos and tensions would have been there with her as a princess... especially if she was betrothed to someone else.
    3: Jar-Jar... why? Adding a floppy eared CGI alien with a bad Jamaican accent is a (mildly racist) artistic choice so that's fine; but there were plenty of Gungans who weren't imbeciles. There's really no requirement that you crowbar in some form of comic relief into every story.
    4: Droid armies... okay sure, a cheap force you can build instead of recruit. I can see that... but why would they talk to each other out loud? Why would anyone build an army of incompetent clowns that seem to fall apart in a strong wind? Why would they surrender instead of fighting until they stop functioning? If the argument is “because droids are sentient” then you blow the whole reason to use droids at all.
    5: Midi-chlorians… The Force was originally described as “an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us, penetrates us, and binds the galaxy together.” Why ruin that perfect explanation with silly microscopic organisms. By moving it from the realm of “religion” and “magic” and into science fact you invalidate the lines in Ep4 referring to The Force as a religion.

    So you've already destroyed the series by trying to pander to too wide an audiance so go ahead... re-use your existing content to make a Disney ride. Much easier than actually creating something that will just further disappoint us.

    May 21, 2011 at 8:40 am | Reply
  57. Andrew

    Hello Mr. Lucas,

    Thank you for all you have shared with us over the years.

    For the 3D Phantom Menace release in 2012 will you allow ILM to work some additional magic and modify the bits that even die hard fans complained about? The main culprit is a CGI guy so surely this would be a good chance to revisit the character.

    Do you think the absence of the back story was one reason for the popularity of the original star wars? Sometimes revealing everything removes the opportunity for imagination. Were you concerned about this?

    Best wishes and good luck with your new project.

    May 21, 2011 at 9:13 am | Reply
  58. Snarf

    Mister Lucas, first Thank you for this massive move that is Star Wars.

    Then my Question:
    We saw that the empire is still alive after the emperor is dead and Darth Vader is gone.
    Will you ever get into the post story to let us know if Luke and Leia were really the ones that would bring peace and prosperity to the galaxy?

    May 21, 2011 at 9:16 am | Reply
  59. Bob Lloyd

    Mr Lucas,

    When will you restore the Original footage shown, prior to the cutting that was sent for release in 1977. I watched the debut film in Lakewood California when I was 8 years old, and it had the same footage as shown in Behind the Magic. I understand it was removed for film length.

    To have all the clips removed from the original film would be wonderful, if the film stock has survived.

    Thank you.

    May 21, 2011 at 9:22 am | Reply
  60. Phil

    Why do you not release the original Star Wars on DVD or Blue-ray without the remastered, and in my opinion, very cheesy CG graphics?

    May 21, 2011 at 9:44 am | Reply
  61. marco

    Mr Lucas,
    Do you ever despair of having "fans" complain about virtually every decision you ever make?
    How are you able to find the will to continue putting so much energy into your work?
    I can't tell you how much I respect you for that alone, never mind the 30+ years of entertainment you've given me.

    May 22, 2011 at 12:20 am | Reply
  62. Jurgen R. Brul

    Hello George Lucas and Tom Fitzgerald and CNN friends,

    I would like an answer from George Lucas and Tom Fitzgerald on the following questions:

    – How will Star Wars Improve our world?

    – What can we expect from you in 2011 and beyond?

    I am awaiting George Lucas and Tom Fitzgerald’s replies.
    Greetings,
    Jurgen R. Brul
    Hometown: Paramaribo
    Nativity country: Suriname

    May 24, 2011 at 1:01 am | Reply
  63. Delucienne Maekerr

    Hello Mr. Lucas and Mr. Fitzgerald,

    I'm writing this lines from Turkey and for a bunch of people who really enjoyed of Star Wars. Thanks for the creating and pursuing this "legend."

    Well, few years ago me and my friends playing Star Wars roleplays and one of my friend said "If someone want to write a scenario for Star Wars, or their games, LucasArts send them to the all chronology and other useful things, etc." Is that possible? Or it was just my friend's imagination?

    For example, if we want to write a game scenario or we already have one. What should we do for draw attention of LucasArts? Or yours?

    And, last thing. I heard a Turkish band, named "Living Force." First conceptual band for Star Wars, am I right? If its true, is there any chance for (fans like) us to listening them?

    By the way, it's May 25th here, right now. So, Happy Star Wars Day!

    May the force be with you,
    Del.

    May 25, 2011 at 3:17 am | Reply

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