Bedding Bargains From Woke Franchises

Star Wars, Star Trek, and Dr. Who are trying to unload their bedding at 50% off.  Sean Fallon from reports:

Star Wars, Star Trek, and Doctor Who Bedding Sets Are Super Cheap Right Now

Bedding sets for fans of Star Wars, Star Trek, Doctor Who, and space in general are being blown out over at ThinkGeek, and the prices are pretty insane. That’s because the bedding sets were deeply discounted as part of their clearance sale, then they’re slashed by another 50% when you use the code 50TIN at checkout.

For example, this Doctor Who bedding set will only set you back $39.99 with free shipping for a King-sized set with everything from the comforter to the pillowcases. Ordinarily it would run you $99.99. All of the bedding sets that are eligible for the sale can be found right here, but we’ve picked out a few of our favorite options below:

• Star Trek TOS Schematic Duvet Cover and Pillow Cases
• Galaxy Bedding Set
• Star Wars Death Star Bedding
• Star Trek Starfleet Academy Duvet Cover and Pillow Cases
• Star Trek Borg Duvet Cover and Pillow Cases
• Star Trek TNG LCARS Duvet Cover and Pillowcases
• Star Wars TIE Fighter Bedding

Again, make sure to use the code 50TIN at checkout to get the additional 50% off. You should also keep in mind that shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. You can shop ThinkGeek’s entire clearance sale right here.

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Grey DeLisle-Griffin Uses Her Child To Wish Death On Old White People


Tone deaf.

Grey DeLisle-Griffin is a voice actress with a long history at Lucasfilm, stretching back to 1999.  Her IMDB credits are quite extensive:

‏Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (Video Game)

Star Wars: Force Commander (Video Game)

Star Wars: Episode I – Jedi Power Battles (Video Game)

Star Wars: Early Learning Activity Center (Video Game)

Star Wars: Demolition (Video Game)

Star Wars: Starfighter (Video Game)

Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing (Video Game)

Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds (Video Game)

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II – Rogue Leader

Star Wars: Obi-Wan (Video Game)

Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter (Video Game)

Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds – Clone Campaigns (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Video Game)

Star Wars: Bounty Hunter (Video Game)

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Video Game)

Star Wars: Jedi Knight – Jedi Academy (Video Game)

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords (Video Game)

Star Wars: Clone Wars (Tartakovsky TV Series)

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Lightsaber Duels (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Old Republic (Video Game)

Kinect Star Wars (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Rise of the Hutt Cartel (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Shadow of Revan (Video Game)

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Knights of the Fallen Empire (Video Game)

Star Wars Rebels (TV Series)

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Knights of the Eternal Throne (Video Game)

Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures (TV Series)

Star Wars: Battlefront II (Video Game)

Lego Star Wars: All-Stars (TV Series)

Star Wars: Detours (TV Series) (post-production)

She also has credits from many other franchises under her belt, including Scooby Doo, Marvel and DC animated material, Thundercats, Indiana Jones, That 70s Show, Star Trek, Dungeons and Dragons, Flintstones, Rugrats, World of Warcraft, Tomb Raider, G.I. Joe, Voltron, Mortal Kombat, the list goes on and on.

Several days ago on Twitter, she used her child to score some hateful political points:

This tweet thread has been permanently archived here for your convenience.

As we know, SJW activists are notorious for perpetrating hate hoaxes in an effort to prove points that don’t exist.  They do it all of the time.

So it’s very likely that Grey’s kid never said any such thing, and instead she’s using her kid as a cipher to communicate her own wretched thoughts.  After all, that isn’t exactly how kids talk.  Rather, it’s how immature kids trapped inside of an adult SJW activist body talk.

Still, Grey is an old lady, so it’s quite possible that she has an equally immature adult child by now.  Regardless, one Twitter user shared my skepticism:

And there were several people in the thread who expressed basic common sense such as this:

But equally as disturbing as Grey’s wish for death on old white people, were all of the people in that Twitter thread who cheered that awful statement on:

Few things in life are more bizarre than white people talking about white people as though they themselves aren’t white.  The APA really ought to focus its attention on that particular aspect of SJW psychopathology, rather than the phantom menace of toxic masculinity.

Now, a few months ago, voice actress Rachel Butera was quietly replaced as General Leia in the Resistance animated Series, and run off of social media for doing an impression of a now discredited public figure.

Will Grey DeLisle-Griffin be given the same treatment as Rachel Butera?  Or does Lucasfilm support death to old white people, as we all suspect they do?

Has Kiri Hart Left The Building?


I’ve been notified by the gentleman who is putting together the Episode Backlash documentary, that all references to Kiri Hart have been scrubbed off of the Lucasfilm website.  He has posted this news story to YouTube:

Indeed, Kiri Hart’s listings at Lucasfilm here and here go to nowhere.


I’ve looked for multiple ways to confirm this.  I cannot find any page for her at, if she ever had one.

Many have felt that Kiri Hart would take over Kathleen Kennedy’s position.  But I’m extremely skeptical of any such notion, given that every argument against Dave Filoni taking over also applies to Kiri Hart.

No, the real threat is Lynwen Brennan.  Lynwen is Kathleen Kennedy’s evil clone.

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Twin Suns Foundation Collecting Donations For Billboard Promoting EU Legends

The Twin Suns Foundation is promoting reading through Star Wars and encouraging fans to donate to support this cause.

The campaign was succesful enough, that they decided to extend it, with another goal in mind.

The goal was reached:


Pablo Hidalgo’s Scooby-Doo Moment

Pablo took to Twitter recently, to shake his fist at those dastardly YouTube scoundrels.

Interestingly, sunlight is exactly what many YouTubers are giving Pablo.

That seems to be Pablo’s primary problem here.  He’s essentially saying that no one would know about the awful things he says or antics he engages in, were it not for YouTubers telling everyone all about it.

No one would know about this commet for instance:

No one would know about Pablo’s communist retardation that compells him to retweet images that promote the beheading of rich people.  No one would know about him getting involved in the Star Trek Geeker Gate.  No one would know that Pablo called Star Wars Theory sleazy.  Or when he frowns upon parodies of his mistress.  No one would know that Pablo tried to connect #ComicsGate to the KKK in a manner that any uneducated savage would.  No one would know any of these things.  Many Star Wars fans would simply continue to give money to Lucasfilm hand over fist if they never knew about Pablo’s antics.

To put it another way…


And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for those darned YouTubers…

Many still unfortunately do hand Lucasfilm money, being completely oblivious to the contempt that those within the company feel towards them.

Diego Luna Crosses The Line


This rebel is ready to resist you.

Pink News Reports:

Star Wars actor Diego Luna playing a trans woman in Berlin, I Love You

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story actor Diego Luna is playing a transgender woman in upcoming film Berlin, I Love You, provoking instant criticism.

The actor, who has also appeared in LGBT+ films Y tu mamá también and Milk, was revealed to be playing a trans woman in a clip from the upcoming Emmanuel Benbihy romantic comedy film.

The clip, debuted on NewNowNext, shows Luna’s character speaking about sexuality and gender with a bicurious teen, played by Michelangelo Fortuzzi.

In the clip, Fortuzzi’s character says: “I don’t know if I prefer to kiss men or women…. will you please kiss me? I want to know how it feels, to kiss a man.”

Luna’s character responds: “You know, what, baby, right now you’re in front of a woman. It’s just not going to work.”

When the teen retorts, “But, you are a man”, Luna’s character replies: “It’s a little more complicated than that.

The film, the latest in the Cities of Love series, boasts an all-star ensemble cast including Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren, and Mickey Rourke.

While some actors are famous for playing themselves, generally speaking the profession of acting is all about playing a variety of characters that are unlike yourself.

But not for SJW savages in the Collective.  If you’re playing a trans character, then you had better be trans yourself.

One must keep in mind that these are the exact sort of savages who were upset that Lando Calrissian didn’t turn out to be openly pansexual, despite Donald Glover’s assurances.  This despite the fact that Donald Glover himself is not pansexual, as far as we know.  Perhaps he is, and is getting busy with his DJ booth as we speak.  But until that exposé comes out, Donald Golver has all the outward appearances of a heterosexual male.

One wonders what the amusing reaction of these savages will be when Finn hooks up with Poe in Episode IX, when neither one of them professes to be homosexual.

What if Diego Luna’s character, Cassian Andor, turns out to be gay?  If Diego Luna himself isn’t gay, then there will be a great gnashing of teeth between those who want to see gay characters represented in Star Wars, and those who demand that all gay characters be played by gay actors.  That should be a great time for Disney.

Regardless, this made-up moral convention about only being to play characters that you actually are is absurdly ridiculous.  Are we to beleive that Kermit the Frog is only to be played by frogs?  Is Admiral Ackbar only to be played by genuine Mon Calamari?  Are straight men only to be played by straight men?  Think about that last one, SJW twits.


It’s a tran!


Jason Fry Believes That There Was No Internet In 1999

Readers may recall Jason Fry, author of Star Wars The Last Jedi Incredible Cross-Sections, Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens The Weapon of a Jedi: A Luke Skywalker Adventure, and Star Wars: The Complete Saga.

He was the author who was upset over fans not instantly falling in love with the Resistance animated series, he was not happy about Chuck Wendig’s appropriate firing, and he wrote about Rey using the Force to learn about the Force in the TFA novelization.

Recently, Star Wars Holocron posted a picture depicting Obi-Wan vs. Darth Maul from Vanity Fair.


To which Jason Fry replied:

Although discussion forums existed in great measure in 1999 and no such conversation ever took place, it’s unlikely that they would have.

Far more likely instead, is that fans would be talking about the atrocious misbehavior of Lucasfilm representatives rather than the film itself, just as they are doing now. That is, if Lucasfilm representatives had frequented discussion forums as often as they frequent social media now.

He’s also not very fond of DisCanon critics who voice their opinions through low ratings on his books:


King Righteous needs to wipe the booger from his nose.