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@nascarcasm: The best ‘Star Wars’ tweets from NASCAR drivers

first_imgLeo’s wise beyond his years. Imagine if the saga unfolded with Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker sheathing their lightsabers and hashing out their differences on Dale Jr.’s podcast. Yes. It is. I have it on good authority that after destroying the Death Star, Luke Skywalker and the Rebels got commemorative butt tattoos. Well then only imagine the elation when Ryan learned that in addition to the new one, there would be like 120 more new ones after that. OBI WAN: Use the Force.LANDON: No u. That is so cool. Still awaiting word on whether that’s his or Keelan’s. Working out is way more important than fitting the prequels in the schedule. Always.center_img The issue with answering this questions is that you want to say, “Yes, absolutely. You have to see it.”And then they’re like, “OK. So do I start with ‘The Phantom Menace’?”And you’re like “NO WAY IN HELL — IT’S TERRIBLY ACTED, CONFUSING AND THERE’S A LIZARD NAMED JAR JAR THAT YOU’LL SPEND THE WHOLE TIME WANTING TO THROAT PUNCH.”The ‘Star Wars’ saga is like an Instagram timeline – best enjoyed completely out of chronological order. Obviously, as evidenced by his favorite Yoda quote, “Difficult to beat a person who never gives up, it is.” I have no idea what he’s talking about. Yoda was more coherent than this. The ‘Star Wars’ saga and NASCAR, as many of you know, are deeply intertwined. There are many parallels. NASCAR was founded by moonshine runners, while ‘Star Wars’ prominently features smuggler Han Solo, for instance. In honor of Star Wars Day — May 4 — we dove deep into a galaxy far, far away (ie. tweets from several years ago) to find the best ‘Star Wars’ tweets that our drivers have posted. Read them, you will.RELATED: If NASCAR drivers were Star Wars characterslast_img read more

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Organ Donor Group Highlights Over 100,000 Donors through Facebook

first_imgATLANTA (AP) – An organ donation group says more than 100,000 people used a new Facebook feature the first day to declare they are donors.The new option was announced Tuesday by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to boost the number of potential organ donors. It allows Facebook users to add organ donor along with other personal information on the site.Donate Life America, the group working with Facebook, said more than 100,000 users had added their donor status by Tuesday night.The feature also provides a link to state registries so people can officially sign up to be a donor. By Wednesday morning, 18,000 Facebook users had used the link.But a spokeswoman said they don’t know how many of those 18,000 followed through and registered.___Online:Donate Life America: read more

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Cambridge youngster joins Stones

first_imgSee also:Stones boss adds pair to squadBoost for Stones as ex-Brentford man signsFormer AFC Wimbledon man latest to join StonesMarsden takes over as Wealdstone chairmanStones sign former Watford winger Wealdstone have signed teenage midfielder Dylan Williams on a five-month loan deal from Cambridge United.The 19-year-old will be with the National League South side until 2 January.AdChoices广告Williams came through Cambridge’s youth system and made his senior debut in April, playing the last 12 minutes of the 7-0 hammering of Morecambe, having been recalled from a loan spell at Soham Town Rangers.He started with United at the age of nine, having previously been on the books of Ipswich Town.Wealdstone have also brought in left-back Ciaran Brown, 18, from Bedfont Sports ahead of their opening league game at Dartford on Saturday. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more