Here is a list of things that probably would have helped if Han, Luke and Leia and company had followed these simple common sense things
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Here is a list of things that probably would have helped if Han, Luke, and Leia and the company had followed these simple common sense things.
1. Don’t go down a chute that smells like garbage.
2. Don’t try to shoot Darth Vader. It only makes him mad.
3. Before jumping into light speed, make sure you have fixed it.
4. Never passionately kiss your sister.
5. Don’t use galactic credits at Watto’s shop. He only takes Visa and Mastercard.
6. Never battle your opponent on...