This is the result of the that we live under: both Democrats and Republicans seem united in ensuring that every community, school, city, and state resembles the Star Wars Bar Scene—while the is more akin to the movie’s triumphal homogeneous ending.
“Look, this CPAC convention is increasingly the Star Wars bar scene of the conservative movement. I mean all that’s missing at that convention is a couple of Wookiees,” said Schmidt, who served as John McCain’s 2008 campaign adviser, during an appearance on MSNBC.
I saw families and little clusters from different nations. As a foreigner living in any city, everyone tends to adapt towards some common norm, but flying from one city to another you usually dress and walk according to the city you departed from. Perhaps all bundled up from the Swiss alps to take it all off once stepping off the plane in Tahiti. And the bold difference between all the customs and attire visible in this hub of traffic either feels like a costume party or, in some sentimental way, I saw it as a beautiful celebration of humanity. Where people could express their individualism unhindered, making the entire scene speckled with vivid variety, but with calm acceptance of everyone’s differences. Reminded me like the early Star Wars bar scene.
… unless the hand in question looks like a Steven Spielberg reject from the Star Wars bar scene. Those bony knuckles and oddly placed nails look vaguely human, but not quite. We suspect that Winston is an alien.