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So The Empire Strikes Back turns forty years old this year, and if that doesn’t make us old-school Star Wars fans feel as old as Yoda then I don’t know what does. But at least we can revel in the memories and look back to a more innocent time in our lives. A time that will always take us to that fantastic galaxy far, far away.
Since we are in the 40th anniversary year of The Empire Strikes Back, be sure to check back for my posts about the incredible musical score of the film and other interesting tidbits and musings.
Thanks for reading, and may the Force be with us all during these difficult times.
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