Designed from the bun’s point of view, “Pacman Burger" by killtheroutine is currently the highest scoring submission in our Fast Food design challenge!

Artists, tomorrow is the deadline to get those Fast Food designs submitted. Go on, make us hungry!

Please Can You Take This Survey

I’m writing a research paper and I could really need your help so can I have a bomb ass paper! My ethnography topic is on ” The effect of pop culture in our lives” and can you please just take this quick little survey I made! Share it with ya friends, mama, grandpa, your local plug, anybody! Also inbox me some feedback or some ideas you have! Thank you sooo much - B

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Like everything great, Star Wars came within an ass-hair’s width of being total shit. You gotta remember that in the ’70s anyone with a doofy beard and a plaid shirt could shoot a movie just by telling people what to do and not giving them the chance to disagree. It was a magical time.

But through George Lucas’ devotion to an acid flashback he was apparently having for three straight weeks, when production wrapped, he found himself with a masterpiece of celluloid, right?

Nope! Turns out that the first cut of Star Wars was an incomprehensible mess, and it was up to George’s wife and editor, Marcia Lucas, to swoop in and save the day … again.

Actually, Marcia was Lucas’ “muse” through the entire production, if by “muse” you mean “person who had all the good ideas.” It was her idea to kill Obi-Wan (apparently George’s first draft had him just disappearing at one point) and demanded that Lucas keep the “For Luck” kiss scene that would snarl the series up in a knotty mess of incest once the third movie was released. But, most importantly, she’s totally responsible for the Battle of Yavin, also known as The Death Star Trench Run scene, also known as The Part at the End of the Movie Where the Good Guys Win.

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