hmm why that is
The Dallemagnes → The Words Of Mark
Hey +Amanda Park. You really need to check this out. Just don’t be drinking anything while watching it unless you want to wear it…lol
For all those people debating on whether Jedi is meant to be singular and plural in regards to the new movie title “The last Jedi”…debate no more. Here’s the info to end this silly debate once and for all.
The Jedi was obviously started by some force using guy named Jed who was trying to explain to someone from Yoda’s race way back in the day what his name was. “Hi there little green dude. What’s your name? I am Jed.” Little green Yoda guy responds… “Jed I am” Dude says…”No no no. I jed. You are????” Little green yoda relation says…”Jed I”. Dude says…”Nooooo. I jed. You are????” Little green yoda relation says…”Jed I”. Dude says…” OMFG. Whatever. Fine. Jed i” So as you can clearly see from this story, Jedi is surely singular. If it was plural it would have been Jedwe or even possibly Jedus but it isn’t. It is Jedi. The end.
Interesting article and not a big surprise at all.
Cool post. Thanks to for sharing
“I’ve seen this topic come up a number of times, and it’s gotten me to thinking: Are the Sith really a truly evil organization, or are they just completely misrepresented by people like Palpatine?
I’ll start this off by presenting my own opinion on the matter. I personally believe the Sith to be a morally-neutral organization, one that has a select few bad seeds scattered here and there. The Sith use passion and emotion as conduits of the Force, as opposed to the Jedi, who use Inner Peace instead. The Jedi recognize that there are areas of the Force that cannot truly be understood or entirely controlled… Areas that they dare not access. Therefore, they practice restraint, dubbing this unexplored territory the “Dark Side” of the Force, and condemning any and all practitioners of its arts.
Now, this next part is what really sells me to the Sith… The Jedi detested Dark Side users do much that they hunted them to near extinction, in a manner quite similar to the Crusades. The Jedi hold themselves on a mantle above the Sith, declaring themselves “Good” and their enemies “Evil.” But I now present to you the question… Are the Jedi truly good? And are the Sith, by extension, evil? Let’s look at the facts.
1. The Jedi cut themselves off from all physical attachment, considering emotion and attachment dangerous and dark. But last I checked, wasn’t love a good thing? The same goes for joy, attachment, and many forms of passion. Take the love and attachment of a mother and child, for instance. What could be more good and pure than a love such as this? Yet the Jedi’s principles condemn such a love, seeing it as a lure for the forces that they don’t understand (AKA, the Dark Side)
2. The Jedi are hypocrites to their own code. They condemn pride, yet declare themselves the single good, holy force in the galaxy, and condemn their opponents as evil. Is such a declaration not prideful?
3. As Yoda himself stated in the novel-version of Revenge of the Sith, the Jedi’s downfall came about because they stayed true to their old ways, while the Sith embraced change and adapted to a growing universe, taking on new ways and adapting to be as versatile as possible.
1. The Sith embrace all emotions and physical affection, seeing passion as a powerful and wonderful thing. Yes, they wield Hatred, Anger, and Fear as blunt tools to master the Force, but they can also use positive emotions, such as Love, Joy, and Attachment, to wield the same powers and abilities.
2. Many look down on the Sith, seeing only individuals such as Palpatine or Malgus as representatives of the entire organization. Yes, some who wield the Dark Side of the force delve into the wrong areas, and become corrupted by it’s uncontrollable power.. But it seems that these individuals have cast a dark light over the entire Sith organization. Not all Sith are necessarily evil.
3. They have lightning.
All in all, I believe that the Sith are the true gems of the galaxy. What do you say?”
Are Sith really evil?