The spherical BB-8 droid demoed at Star Wars Celebration is real – Geek

This is one cool robot.

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  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Star wars was also celebrated yesterday:

    Star Wars Day celebrations begin, May 4, 2011–May-4–2011?_mc=NL_EDN_EDT_EDN_today_20150504&cid=NL_EDN_EDT_EDN_today_20150504&elq=154338305b214e8f903004ea8944a2ac&elqCampaignId=22827&elqaid=25689&elqat=1&elqTrackId=7c85621ea7264e1c97f106fa849ca5a1

    That clever play on the famous Star Wars line “May the force be with you” was first used in popular culture when Margaret Thatcher took office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on May 4, 1979. Her party took out a newspaper ad that said “May the Fourth Be with You, Maggie. Congratulations.”

    The Star Wars fan community embraced the date as an unofficial holiday, and as fans around the world connected via the Internet, events to celebrate Star Wars Day began.


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