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Thread: Remember The Star Wars Kid?

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    Infested Cats's Avatar Mike Victory
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    Visit this site to see the original, and ALL of its remixes. My favorite remix is 'Dork Clones.'

    http://www.jedimaster.net/

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    lol thnx

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    chalkmongoose
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    Poor bastard...

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    THis has to be the most stupid shit i've ever seen.....
    Yet Funny

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    Lol, he's trying to sue the people that released the initial video...

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    lmao thats too dam helarious.

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    dear god that is one special kind of loser


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    read the story it it's on the site



    The Star Wars Kid was just goofing off at school. Now he finds his private performance downloaded by over 8 million Internet users across the world.

    The Star Wars Kid is a 15-year-old from Quebec known only as Ghyslain -- his parents are keeping his last name secret to protect his identity. Back in November 2002, Ghyslain was goofing off at a school video studio and recorded himself fighting a mock battle with a broomstick lightsaber. Over two minutes, the video shows the lone, overweight teenager twirling his mock lightsaber ever faster while making his own accompanying sound effects.

    Yes, we've all had our dorky, private moments, but this poor kid is living the nightmare of having his private dorkiness projected across the world to giggling Web users. His friends found the tape, and uploaded it to KaZaA as a joke on April 19. Within two weeks, someone had added full Star Wars special effects and noises to the tape, and the video was linked on gaming, technology, and Star Wars-related sites across the Internet.

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