I live by the Beach..there is a school nearby where you can learn these crazy jets..
Your good we're all very passionate about we love and don't love in Star Wars. And I wouldn't have any other way.Joek3rr i apologize to you if my response seemed strong...it wasn't directed at you , that movie really touches a nerve with me. You have the right to relate as you see fit and i do not have the right to call that into question..i was selfish in thinking i had to respond. My apologies to everyone on the forum because it was Me who started the distraction, which wasn't my intention...i'm having a bad day and should have known better than to bring it up here.
Actually, none of them have the word The in front of them in the title. It’s like saying I own the Hyundai Elantra in the parking lot at Walmart!I have a burning question that needs answering:
The Millennium Falcon
The Tantive IV
The Ebon Hawk
The Slave 1 or Slave 1???
Right. None of them have it as a formal part of their names. What I'm talking about is how "the" is being used as a noun identifier in conversation. When referring to his ship, Han calls it the Millennium Falcon. The name of the ship is simply "Millennium Falcon" but "the" always precedes it as an identifier. But, Slave 1 with "the" proceeding it sounds weird. Now, just because it sounds weird doesn't mean it's incorrect. Referring to it as the Slave 1 might be more proper.Actually, none of them have the word The in front of them in the title. It’s like saying I own the Hyundai Elantra in the parking lot at Walmart!
It’s sort of like when your grandfather in his 70’s tells a 5 year old if he ever cuts through his yard again, he’ll ‘whip his tail’ and the kid pees himself and leaves. That same grandpa would never yell at a 17 year old, however.Truly, can someone explain to me why he said it to the little kitchen droid? Was it supposed to be intimidating?