How Long Could Luke Survive in a Tauntaun?

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All good Jedi know that the best way to survive a snow storm is in the snugly belly of your nearest Tauntaun. Just cut open with your handy dandy light saber, a single horizontal slice across the midsection will do, push squirming intestines aside, and crawl right in. Warm as it is comfortable, the intestines mold to your body like a memory foam mattress. But how long could you survive in a Tauntaun?

Realistically, the sub-zero environment of Hoth is no place to be, Tauntaun or not. And it's important to remember that Luke Skywalker didn't need to survive in his Tauntaun over night, he simply needed a warm place to be until Han had time to build a proper shelter. So, the better question might be, how long did Han have to build a snow shelter until Luke was in serious trouble.

In a normal environment, a carcass gets cold in 8 to 36 hours losing an average rate of 1.6 degrees Fahrenheit per hour. However, the ice world of Hoth is not an average environment. The Star Wars database lists that Hoth reaches nightly temperatures of -60 F. In a frigid, sub-zero environment, body heat can be lost almost 32 times faster. This means a Tauntaun's body heat could drop almost 51.2 F every hour. Considering that Han Solo's Tauntaun died of severe hypothermia even before it was cut open with Luke's light saber, one could assume it's core body temperature was already well below normal. The problem for Luke is if the Tauntaun's body temperature reaches freezing point those once toasty guts, blood, and assorted alien goo, will in fact become a frozen coffin. If the Tauntaun died of cardiac arrest due to hypothermia with an average body temperature of 75 F (23 C), and if Tauntaun blood freezes at 28.4 F (-2 C), then Han has roughly 56 minutes to set up a shelter before Luke once again is in danger of losing his life in the barren wasteland of Hoth.

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  • RobC
    Comment from: RobC
    12/14/09 @ 06:08:30 pm

    1) The Tauntaun could have died of exhaustion/heart attack, and actually be hyperthermic at death.

    2) The cooling curve assumes human physiology. Highly blubbery animals retain heat, and post-mortem metabolism keeps producing heat. There are reports of whales, seals, and reindeer having almost no change in body temperatures for hours after death. My guess is a TuanTuan is more like a reindeer than a person.

    IRVING, L., AND J. KROGH, 1954. Body temperatures of arctic and subarctic birds and mam
    mals. J. Appl. Physiol., 6 : 667-”680

  • JamesH
    Comment from: JamesH
    12/14/09 @ 07:15:43 pm

    RobC, that's true, however futher loss of body heat, even heat generated by post-mortem decomposition and retained by high concentrations of blubber and body fat, would be compromised by the large incision made by Han into the animal's intestines. Unless he stitched the wound back up, the opening would allow for a much more rapid heat loss from the carcass.

  • Dave
    Comment from: Dave
    12/14/09 @ 09:28:31 pm

    I think there are other factors to consider like wind chill, the direction of the wind in position to Lukes body in the TuanTuan.

    Its also odd for a TuanTuan to be running and warmed up to die of hyperthermia when Han has been sitting on top and not doing anything and be perfectly fine. Its also odd it would freeze since its a native animal to Hoth? this is an assumption. So if it is its survival will be like a polar bear to the arctic climate.

    Just putting it out there.

  • Drake
    Comment from: Drake
    12/14/09 @ 09:57:03 pm

    in response to the origin of the Tauntaun, the starwars wiki claims they were indeed indigenous to Hoth...which still would not mean it would be able to survive exposed in a fierce God`s wrath type snow storm (like in Empire Strikes Back) for an indefinite period of time. Presumably, the tauntaun would be able to live in the frigid temperatures attributed with Hoth but, like creatures indigenous to various other extreme environments, it would seek cover when the weather turned from bad to the worst. I doubt there is really an issue that even the hardened creatures used to that type of planet could only take so much before they sought refuge or died.

  • Drake
    Comment from: Drake
    12/14/09 @ 10:00:12 pm

    Tauntaun families occupying an ice cave http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/File:Tauntaun_Species.jpg

  • Lisslar
    Comment from: Lisslar
    12/15/09 @ 07:38:19 am

    A more pertinent question might be what is the average internal body temperature of a Tauntaun, and how good is that fur coat? I've worn a few furs in my time and their warmth is indescribable.

    I'm also going to speculate that since Luke had been riding his Tauntaun rigorously in extreme conditions, the poor thing's heart probably gave out much like a horse's would when ridden to hard over time.

    http://www.horseandhound.co.uk/horse-care-index/1370/71227.html

  • W. G. Nards
    Comment from: W. G. Nards
    12/15/09 @ 08:11:07 am

    Dave,
    I had the same thought. how could a native Tauntaun die, yet Han is sitting pretty? Maybe, their jackets were better insulated than fur?

    And a couple reminders:
    Han was warned before leaving the rebel base that his TaunTaun wouldn't survive the night.

    And it was Han's TaunTaun that was cut open, Luke's was eaten by the Wampa .

  • Moji
    Comment from: Moji
    12/15/09 @ 09:37:40 am

    Best. discussion. ever.

  • DaveG
    Comment from: DaveG
    12/15/09 @ 02:37:04 pm

    Considering the ginormous gap of technology at that time compared to what we have here on Earth even today, it stands to reason that Han would have been able to set up his shelter within seconds, since we here now have just recently created "pop-up" tents that are simply thrown to the ground, pop-up and only need to be staked to be ready for occupation. Does anyone have a link to what shelter Han had at his disposal on Hoth?

  • jedivet
    Comment from: jedivet
    12/15/09 @ 03:13:54 pm

    I work on sled dogs in extremely cold environments, and I have to say that the hyperthermia theory is sound. Heat stroke is a problem in sled dogs. Hypothermia does occur, as well, but overexertion leading to thermal injury from too much heat is much more common. Also, there are issues with kidney function secondary to muscle damage in animals worked too hard. This also occurs in horses ridden too hard in endurance races, especially if they are allowed to become dehydrated. And while the cold is the obvious presumed cause of death for Han's tauntaun, it doesn't make sense for all the reasons stated above. Native environment, natural insulation, etc, make it unlikely that the tauntaun would freeze to death so quickly (it might still freeze in a tremendous storm without cover, but not so quickly) and hyperthermia or myoglobinuria or an underlying previously unknown medical condition, such as a cardiomyopathy, are far more likely to have killed the tauntaun. The last differential is probably most likely, as the death was sudden and occurred without any obvious seizures or other signs of increased body temperature. Just my nickel. Also? The fact that this conversation exists fills me with glee. Thanks!

  • Lord Bounty
    Comment from: Lord Bounty
    12/15/09 @ 03:41:13 pm

    I think it's most likely that the Tauntaun ate some bad puffer-fish, or had some other underlying condition that was going to kill it. They did say it wouldn't last the night.

    And if it was already sick and dying, it might have had a fever, giving Luke a few more minutes.

    That might also explain the smell.

  • Angry Sam
    Comment from: Angry Sam
    12/15/09 @ 06:25:29 pm

    Wouldn't the Tauntaun's body still provide shelter and keep Luke warm even after it had frozen solid? As I understand it, igloos work quite well.

  • djs
    Comment from: djs
    12/15/09 @ 07:08:01 pm

    You nimrods, Han was taking emergency steps to keep Luke alive until he could build a shelter.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3-Ei1vB0FM

  • Drake
    Comment from: Drake
    12/15/09 @ 08:08:41 pm

    djs,
    thank you for acting like you are calling attention to a groundbreaking rebuttal when in fact the entire discussion has been about how long Luke could survive while Han built the camp. Nice try.

  • TK-2243
    Comment from: TK-2243
    12/16/09 @ 07:56:21 am

    I wish they both would have died. The secon Death Star was almost to completion before these "rebel" idiots ruined everything!

    For Vader,
    TK-2243

  • Destructor
    Comment from: Destructor
    12/16/09 @ 11:56:23 am

    There is another point not being considered: the rate at which Luke's body loses heat given the nature of the Tauntaun's insides. Cold water can cool a human body 20 to 30 times faster than cold air. Given the water-based nature of bodies, if the Tauntaun's body were to cool to any temperature below Luke's body temperature, Luke's body temperature would likely drop nearly in sync with the Tauntaun's.

    I agree that the Tauntaun's body would not cool as quickly as a human's, but I think it would cool much quicker than a whale's or seal's body (whales, seals, and walruses are all aquatic animals that can thrive in waters of near freezing temperature). I doubt any land animal would carry even remotely as much protective blubber, and one can clearly see that Tauntauns are not even built as solidly as Musk Oxen!

    Also, let us not forget that mild hypothermia is defined as having a core body temperature below 95 degrees F (severe below 82 degrees), so Luke's body temperature really didn't have to fall far for him to be in serious danger.

  • Destructor
    Comment from: Destructor
    12/16/09 @ 12:05:59 pm

    ALSO: Han's clothing (and all the clothing of all the rebels) could have integrated some sort of light-weight body temperature regulation mechanism to help up- or down-regulate core body temperature as weather conditions and exertion warranted. This might allow the Tauntaun to die of hypothermia while Han remained warm enoughm, though I do think the idea of Tauntaun death by exhaustion or some underlying cardiovascular issue certainly has merit.

  • kevin
    Comment from: kevin
    12/16/09 @ 05:00:38 pm

    *Has anyone here seen a human vagina?

  • annony
    Comment from: annony
    12/18/09 @ 10:13:53 am

    Long enough for Solo to get the shelter built.

  • r0b1n
    Comment from: r0b1n
    12/18/09 @ 10:32:39 am

    Just how far in was Luke anyway ? This reconstruction shows him dangerously exposed to more than just hypothermia...

  • r0b1n
    Comment from: r0b1n
    12/18/09 @ 10:33:23 am

    Copy and paste URL:

    http://starwarsblog.starwars.com/index.php/2009/10/23/tauntaun-grooms-cake/

  • Han Solo
    Comment from: Han Solo
    12/18/09 @ 12:17:27 pm

    Do you people understand that these are fictional creatures and your are having a conversation and speculation as if you are using real facts. The planet's temperature and the animal's average body temperature are made up in the mind of Lucas - they arent real. duh.

  • W. G. Nards
    Comment from: W. G. Nards
    12/18/09 @ 01:30:58 pm

    Awesome cake, r0b1n. It demonstrates that even though Luke Skywalker would be in serious medical danger, his crotch would be protected and toasty warm. And edible.

    PS
    I like that Han Solo just gave everyone a lecture on not knowing the difference between fantasy and reality.

  • jedivet
    Comment from: jedivet
    12/19/09 @ 01:20:22 pm

    Wolfie-excellent point on our dear Han!

    Oh, and Kevin? I have one (and always have). Does that count?

    Seriously, this conversation is just plain made of win and anyone who doesn't get that, well, doesn't get that. They also probably think only guys like sci-fi and all that rot. This isn't the talk they're looking for. They should move along.

  • Spacey
    Comment from: Spacey
    12/21/09 @ 01:07:47 pm

    This discussion makes me smile :-)

  • Thranta
    Comment from: Thranta
    12/23/09 @ 07:03:10 am

    Just discovered this site. I'm in awe. In bliss. This thread is made of cool! Gonna dig around some more.

    P.S. - you have just re-awaken my (first) love for SW :)

  • Fett-Secura
    Comment from: Fett-Secura
    12/24/09 @ 06:30:07 am

    Seems to me that while yes, the Tauntaun's protection would have been significantly better than laying in the snow, ice and wind with your face in the snow, the point remains, how quickly would Han have to put up the shelter in order for Luke to survive?

    I think the first variable that needs to be disregarded is post-incident injuries... For example, if your finger freezes through, then Han puts up the shelter, having the shelter there won't fix the finger problem... However, they have bacta and for the sake of simplicity, I'd like to assume that that's not a factor.

    It seems like the primary concern is the exposed areas, even if you're completely bundled up everywhere except your head, a lot of heat is going to escape from your head, this applies to just about any body part. It seems like the primary reason for Luke's issues was his exposed areas.

    If the Tauntaun did die of hyperexhaustion (seems pretty likely to me) then his core temperature would have been MUCH higher... Now, it looks as if Han is highly underdressed for the kind of cold he's in and the kind of comfort he's in. Therefore I think it's pretty safe to assume that in addition to some very warm fur and down and whatnot, they likely have a heating system within the fabric... I always thought of it being like an electric blanket. Therefore while the cold might have been decreasing the tauntaun's core temperature, the tauntaun's temp would have been higher than Luke's (hyperexhaustion compared to hyperthermia) compared with Luke's "electric blanket" Luke's temperature should have been rising for a decent amount of time.

    Now, the tauntaun appears to have no blubbler whatsoever when he's sliced open, so in order to solve the problem I think it'd be necessary to know just exactly what's keeping this creature alive even in normal conditions... Food was obviously not incredibly available, so I think an ultra-high metabolism is out, then it would have been substantial regardless.

    As for the shelters being put up in seconds, I doubt that Han had ideal equipment with him, still, I think one hour is a highly reasonable time.

  • Any moose
    Comment from: Any moose
    12/30/09 @ 01:03:10 pm

    @Kevin:
    I really doubt that a grown man could fit inside of a human vagina. Even if we overlook that problem, I believe that the insides of a tauntaun would offer superior heat retention.

  • Dante
    Comment from: Dante
    12/31/09 @ 10:02:11 am

    Any moose, you're my hero. This conversation is made of win.

  • Casper
    Comment from: Casper
    12/31/09 @ 10:20:40 am

    Does a light saber generate heat? Looks like it, which helps.

    If you were traveling on Hoth at all, wouldn't you have some sort of awesome insta-shelter with you? Seems like an easy precaution to take.

    Sorry I'm thinking like a gadget geek and not a science geek.

  • Mike
    Comment from: Mike
    12/31/09 @ 11:46:39 am

    I actually did this exact problem for my heat transfer class in school. Obviously there are a lot of assumptions that had to be made about the various layer thickness and coefficients of conduction. Using very reasonable assumptions we built a computer model to calculate the transient heat loss during a blizzard scenario and we found that he could easily survive up to 8 hrs. Longer if a snow drift were to build up on the taun taun.

  • Unterdosis
    Comment from: Unterdosis
    12/31/09 @ 12:07:06 pm

    @ Any Moose

    Depends. Maybe not totally, but...

  • Anselm
    Comment from: Anselm
    12/31/09 @ 01:02:12 pm

    If Han's jacket has any sort of heating elements, then I'd assume Luke's does too, since they're the same (they are, right? It's been almost ten years since I've seen this). If Luke's jacket has a heating element, I'd assume Han would just turn that up. Note that he doesn't even check.

    Tauntaun: As someone noted above, it doesn't seem to have any major blubber layer, but it might well have organ fat to keep the organs warm, and a highly saline blood that resists freezing and just copes with being cold (or whatever). That would make it much cooler; on the other hand, it might have a very high metabolism with a highly efficient vascular system to pump the blood around. The problem with both of these things is that a low metabolism would lead to sluggishness in the cold, while a high metabolism would require enormous amounts of food. I'm guessing it's just very well insulated with that there fur stuff.

  • Granulor
    Comment from: Granulor
    12/31/09 @ 01:05:50 pm

    The big chunk missing from the equation is the heat continuing to be generated by Luke himself. His tauntaun suit will continue to insulate him well after it has cooled to point of freezing on the outside. Animal tissue is a pretty good insulator (heat cap. 3.5J/gK). Ever seen a fat guy sweat on a cool day? I'd say you could safely double or triple that 56 minute figure.

  • Chasm
    Comment from: Chasm
    12/31/09 @ 03:55:33 pm

    According to the Star Wars database, "As a result, a lightsaber only expends power when its blade cuts through something. So efficient is the blade, that it does not radiate heat unless it comes into contact with something." which implies that the act of cutting open the Tauntaun seared its' flesh creating a warmer cocoon. Luke's light saber could thus be a source of heat at any time. Also.

  • G & G's Mum
    Comment from: G & G's Mum
    01/02/10 @ 10:36:34 am

    Luke should listen to his mother, and wear long johns, and double layers of everything else.

  • ryleyg
    Comment from: ryleyg
    01/02/10 @ 02:30:07 pm

    A factor here (given the fantastical nature of the conversation) could be that the Wampa damaged Luke's imagined internal heating apparatus.

    That would explain Luke's dire need and Han's relative comfort.

    Yay for off camera exposition!

  • pinguino
    Comment from: pinguino
    01/02/10 @ 08:20:41 pm

    I just camped outside in a tauntaun for about an hour in 30 degree weather, til my boyfriend felt sorry for me and traded sleeping bags. I didn't listen to Luke's mom and was not wearing long johns, but I had two hoodies on.

  • Big John
    Comment from: Big John
    01/03/10 @ 12:00:52 pm

    Really? Who gives a crap. Go get laid or something.

  • Michæl Atchison
    Comment from: Michæl Atchison
    01/06/10 @ 02:55:33 pm

    While re-watching Empire Strikes Back last week, it occurred to me that Luke really shouldn't have left the wampa's shelter in the first place. Although the furry beast stood about eight feet tall, it clearly was no match for Luke's lightsaber. If I were a Jedi-in-training and had managed to free my feet from the ceiling of the ice cave (admittedly no difficult feat), I wouldn't have stopped with just the wampa's arm. I would have chopped him up, cooked him, and settled in for the night. The cave obviously offered protection from the icy winds far superior to any tent Han could set up. He could have even used his position to radio Han and let him know to wait until sunrise to come rescue him (assuming his communications equipment wasn't damaged when he was dragged through the snow unconscious).

    I assume Obi-Wan could still have appeared to him in ghost-mode inside the safety of the cave. But maybe Luke needed to get close to death in order to unlock his mind and channel the Force.

  • Elizabeth J
    Comment from: Elizabeth J
    01/06/10 @ 07:24:58 pm

    Perhaps the Tauntaun died of a mysterious illness that in fact gave it a fever (like someone else has said here). I put to you that the tauntaun would have an average body temp closer to a buffalo or a lama, both of which have temp closer to 100 degrees farhenheit. And if it was running a fever and stressed (poor little mite) that would be what, 104-107 degrees? Factor that in, my little nerd-ulos!

  • jCole
    Comment from: jCole
    01/07/10 @ 11:40:01 am

    And I thought I was a Star Wars nerd.... Jesus Christ people... go outside.

  • rolfmonster
    Comment from: rolfmonster
    01/07/10 @ 11:48:02 am

    you know jCole, I checked the starwars weather site today, and it's COLDER than hoth. I'm not going outside.

  • jCole
    Comment from: jCole
    01/07/10 @ 11:51:30 am

    Touche'... I got nothin'

  • jCole
    Comment from: jCole
    01/07/10 @ 11:55:33 am

    O I know... serious question.

    Has anyone here, actually ever had a woman touch their penis?

    (a cardboard cut out of Princess Leia in the gold bikini does not count)

  • baggett
    Comment from: baggett
    01/07/10 @ 12:02:11 pm

    my mom touched it once. when i got a tick on it. she burned it with a match. now my poor kram looks like yoda's would.

  • rolfmonster
    Comment from: rolfmonster
    01/07/10 @ 12:06:30 pm

    well, no, but have you seen how much shrinkage there is when your naked in the hoth???? can't even put a finger tip on it

  • jCole
    Comment from: jCole
    01/07/10 @ 12:14:17 pm

    Well, you could always jump in the Tauntaun with Luke and have a battle it out with your mini lightsabers.

  • rolfmonster
    Comment from: rolfmonster
    01/07/10 @ 12:30:16 pm

    pssh, my light saber has two tips, lukes has one, no contest, although tauntaun guts do get me goin'

  • jCole
    Comment from: jCole
    01/07/10 @ 12:40:30 pm

    It puts the lotion on the skin...

  • Darth Chandler
    Comment from: Darth Chandler
    01/07/10 @ 12:47:15 pm

    All of your Tauntauns R Belong to the empire now. One should use AT-AT moar on hoth to avoid hypothermia.

  • gretsky
    Comment from: gretsky
    01/07/10 @ 12:52:33 pm

    it's not the size or tips of your saber that matter...more like whether or not they retract early.

  • rolfmonster
    Comment from: rolfmonster
    01/07/10 @ 01:01:14 pm

    very true gretsky, saber control in this day and age, whether you're on hoth or tattoine, is really the important issue.

    fact: vader can never go to hoth, as it will fog up the inside of his helmet.

  • DJ Wesley Wayne
    Comment from: DJ Wesley Wayne
    01/07/10 @ 01:17:42 pm

    I played a party on Hoth once and bitches got so wet their Vagaygays froze to their TaunTauns

  • baggett
    Comment from: baggett
    01/07/10 @ 01:30:47 pm

    i would also postulate that vader cant go to degobah systems either, due to the humidity. this would also fog up his helmet.

    on the other hand,

    Vader: "Princess Leah! Kneel before me!"

    Leah : "Never!"

    Vader: "C'mon..why dontcha just um...fog up my helmet real quick and maybe I won't blow up Aldeberan!

    Leah : "what?...fog up your helmet..what the?"

    Vader: "Ahem...you know..uh...cough cough...my helmet? ( points to codpiece)

    Leah: "Well, as long as it doesn't taste like a nerfhurder."

    (gargle gargle)

  • DJ Wesley Wayne
    Comment from: DJ Wesley Wayne
    01/07/10 @ 01:40:40 pm

    Vader has hired me to go with him. My shit is so hot its used as climate control.

  • Yoda
    Comment from: Yoda
    01/07/10 @ 02:03:40 pm

    Get a life you must.

  • Vader
    Comment from: Vader
    01/07/10 @ 02:57:04 pm

    Leah, you promised you wouldn't tell anyone about our helmet experiment.

    Next time, I'm sticking with the tauntaun. It's vag is so hot it reminds me of DJ Wesley Wayne.

    I said it.

  • DJ Wesley Wayne
    Comment from: DJ Wesley Wayne
    01/07/10 @ 02:58:33 pm

    Yeah I have Get A Life by Lil Wayne. I mix it with Sweet Little Sixteen by Chuck Berry and the panties drop faster than I do when given a suckable wang

  • Hooper
    Comment from: Hooper
    01/08/10 @ 01:17:57 pm

    Always some white boy gotta invoke the holy trilogy. Bust this: Those movies are about how the white man keeps the brother man down, even in a galaxy far, far away. Check this shit: You got cracker farm boy Luke Skywalker, Nazi poster boy, blond hair, blue eyes. And then you got Darth Vader, the blackest brother in the galaxy, Nubian god!

  • Banky Edwards
    Comment from: Banky Edwards
    01/08/10 @ 01:18:37 pm

    What's a Nubian?

  • Hooper
    Comment from: Hooper
    01/08/10 @ 01:19:12 pm

    Shut the fuck up! Now... Vader, he's a spiritual brother, y'know, down with the force and all that good shit. Then this cracker, Skywalker, gets his hands on a light saber and the boy decides he's gonna run the fuckin' universe; gets a whole clan of whites together. And they go and bust up Vader's hood, the Death Star. Now what the fuck do you call that?

  • Banky Edwards
    Comment from: Banky Edwards
    01/08/10 @ 01:19:50 pm

    Intergalactic civil war?

  • Hooper
    Comment from: Hooper
    01/08/10 @ 01:20:22 pm

    Gentrification! They gon' drive out the black element to make the galaxy quote, unquote, safe for white folks. And Jedi's the most insulting installment! Because Vader's beautiful black visage is sullied when he pulls off his mask to reveal a feeble, crusty, old white man! They tryin' to tell us that deep inside we all wants to be white!

  • Banky Edwards
    Comment from: Banky Edwards
    01/08/10 @ 01:20:55 pm

    Well, isn't that true?

  • rolfmonster
    Comment from: rolfmonster
    01/08/10 @ 01:26:27 pm

    han solo and luke would still be safe on hoth considering vader would never go to a place as cold as hoth given his beautiful black visage!

    wait, hooper, are you saying vader is really michael jackson?

  • Hooper
    Comment from: Hooper
    01/08/10 @ 01:31:23 pm

    For years in this industry, whenever an African American character, hero or villain, was introduced - usually by *white* artists and writers - they got slapped with racist names that singled them out as Negroes. Now, my book, "White-Hatin' Coon," don't have none of that bullshit. The hero's name is Maleekwa, and he's a descendant from the black tribe that established the first society on the planet, while all you European motherfuckers were still hiding in caves and shit, all terrified of the sun. He's a strong role model that a young black reader can look up to. 'Cause I'm here to tell you, the chickens is coming home to roost, y'all. The black man's no longer gonna play the minstrel in the medium of comics and sci-fi fantasy. We keepin' it real, and we gonna get respect by any means necessary.

  • Holden
    Comment from: Holden
    01/08/10 @ 01:31:53 pm

    Ah, come on, that's a bunch of horse shit! Lando Calrissian was a black guy. You know. He got to fly the Millennium Falcon, what's the matter with you?

  • Holden
    Comment from: Holden
    01/08/10 @ 01:32:27 pm

    Lando Calrissian is a positive role-model in the realm of science-fiction/fantasy.

  • Hooper
    Comment from: Hooper
    01/08/10 @ 01:33:33 pm

    Fuck Lando Calrissian! Uncle Tom nigga!

  • Michael Jackson
    Comment from: Michael Jackson
    01/08/10 @ 01:36:18 pm

    That's ignorant

  • rolfmonster
    Comment from: rolfmonster
    01/08/10 @ 01:37:53 pm

    Put your helmet back on vader

  • Michael Jackson
    Comment from: Michael Jackson
    01/08/10 @ 02:01:24 pm

    I like Luke. He makes my pee pee go boing.

  • Yoda
    Comment from: Yoda
    01/08/10 @ 10:42:47 pm

    White boy Anakin was.

  • Yoda
    Comment from: Yoda
    01/08/10 @ 10:44:35 pm

    The real Uncle Tom Jar-Jar Binks is.

  • Vader
    Comment from: Vader
    01/09/10 @ 12:01:36 am

    Michael Jackson's scared of his roots. Mike, I am your father.

    Wesley Wayne is my father, and Yoda is my love child.

    Yoda likes jesus juice, and everyone likes a lil prostitot once in a while.

    Can you feel the love?

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