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The Time That Star Wars Broke The Internet

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Once upon a time the fans of Star Wars broke the internet.  Tens of thousands of them descended upon the world wide web to purchase tickets and were met with longer than normal wait times.  Sessions timing out.  The unfortunate selling out of the coveted midnight showing.  Only so many can attend and few are chosen.  It’s just the way things are.  Star Wars is a need for most and only so many tickets exist.  My husband’s brothers all got tickets.  I’m trying to convince him to fly out to Bellingham, WA on December 18th for some brotherly bonding time.  We shall she if my convincing works or not.  Stay tuned on that…

Prior to the time that Stars Wars broke the internet these fans descended upon the same world wide web to view The Force Awakens trailer:

And it was awesome.  And fans were ecstatic.  And they flocked to get tickets.  And they broke the internet.  Because it’s what Star Wars does to people.  It breaks the internet.

Haven’t gotten tickets yet?  Don’t fret.  Things will be back up and running in no time.  For now Star Wars broke the internet but you will get tickets.  Tomorrow.

May the internet be with you.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens everywhere on December 18th.  In the mean time you can view lots of dandy Star Wars fun HERE.

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