Fun With Lightsabers
The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects a right to keep and bear arms. But it says nothing about lightsabers, so we’ll assume those are okay to own as well.
To learn how lightsabers work, check out this very well-written article on HowStuffWorks.com. But if you’re like me and don’t care how they work, read on.
There are many things you can do with a lightsaber, such as:
Lighting a cigarette…
Or for threatening Iran…
You may think that Star Wars was the first movie to feature the lightsaber. Well, you would be correct. But what you don’t know is that there are other movies that use lightsabers.
When you do a search for “lightsaber” on Google, here is what it has to suggest:
Why ‘lightsaber chopsticks’ is the second suggestion is beyond me. You can buy the Yoda and Luke set on Amazon.com.
The iPhone has a lightsaber app. This guy said he hasn’t watched any Star Wars movies, yet he reviews the app.
Even Lego uses the lightsaber.
Build your own lightsaber.
A couple of dorks with lightsabers.
Now, it’s time to buy a lightsaber. There are MANY to choose from, but we here at Gunaxin strive for quality, so we’ll present only the best:
You know what? Shop for yourself, there are WAY too many to list.