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Understanding the basics of your typical light saber
Published on May 5, 2005 By Draginol In Gadgets & Electronics

If you've always wondered how light sabers work, HowStuffWorks.com has a thorough article outlining how light sabers work, various safety tips and practical uses such as defending yourself against would-be muggers.


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on May 05, 2005
Geek alert! Geek alert!
Save this lame crap for the next Star Wars geek convention.
on May 06, 2005
It is pretty much convincing, isn't it?
on May 06, 2005
Scott:
Welcome to a website run by a software company, populated by geeks of all shapes and sizes.
on May 06, 2005
Don't forget you Lightsaber cursors.

Link

Episode III is almost here.
on May 06, 2005
My money is on the geek with the tire iron.
on May 06, 2005
Excellent!
on May 06, 2005
It is pretty well written. Saw it on /. this morning.
on May 06, 2005
I think that picture sums it up best:

How Lightsabers Work:
1. Encounter mugger.
2. Brandish lightsaber.
3. Get head caved in by a nonfictional tire iron.
on May 06, 2005

i love the half Ponch thrown over the muggers shoulder

Was that supposed to make him Mexican?
on May 08, 2005
Sweet! Now I don't have to hold a broomstick and say "vvvvvvvvvvvvvv-vwwww! vwwww! vwwww!"
on May 11, 2005
Can I get rid of my pepper spray now?
on May 14, 2005
Geek alert! Geek alert!
Save this lame crap for the next Star Wars geek convention


Hey, it's his site...he can be as lame as he wants.+LOL+
on May 14, 2005
Sweet! Now I don't have to hold a broomstick and say "vvvvvvvvvvvvvv-vwwww! vwwww! vwwww!"


hahahahahahaha.....I loved this.
on May 17, 2005
I got my lightsaber for when I go see Star Wars. $9.99 at Toys R' Us. Not bad, it doesn't light up, but it does extend and retract, so it's easier to carry

Only 36 hours and 51 minutes (as of 11:14 am, CST May 17, 2005)...
on May 17, 2005
I'm debating getting this:
Vader ForceFX Saber
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