Who did it better? … Isn’t that always the question with people? Who is better? Who wore it better? Who made it better? Who is The Best. That’s what people are interested in, and that’s what I’m gonna serve up. The Best of the Star Wars universe.
That’s why I’ll be tapping on Jedi Fashion in this week’s webisode, and calling out the folks that wear it well. You’re in for a harsh awakening when I tell you that I haven’t seen a vest worn so well as Han Solo does. And it seems to be a utility vest – like he carries contraband in the pockets!
If you’re going to talk about fashion, and design, you must mention the one star that gets mentioned in the same breath as Star Wars, and that is Star Trek. There’s always a Who’s Better Battle between these two Stars, and in this webisode, I settle the argument.
As you may know, the outfits worn there are usually pseudo-military outfits. You know that if yours is red, for example, there’s a big chance you’ll get killed, and soon. There are differences between these two, which are significant, and in this webisode I break down what a major one is – the act of beeming places versus sending a hologram version of yourself inside a robot to the person you want to reach.
The range of technologies and what they are able to accomplish is not the same in each world, and so I’ll make some conclusions that you have to see to believe, so make sure you watch it on YouTube multiple times for deep penetration. Finally, my Fashion advice regarding clothing is to wear a cape at all times, or whenever you can get away with it. Darth Vader does it, Superman & Batman do it, Thor wears one, Harry Potter has one of invisibility, so why shouldn’t you wear one?
Now, this doesn’t mean it will be in public. I support you only wearing it in your room while you’re home alone watching Star Wars. In that case, also accessorize with a Jedi lightsaber, even if you have to grab a broom handle and swing that around.
I submit to you that it will enhance your viewing experience. Unless you smash your favorite lamp or hit the TV, so be careful with The Force. Always be prepared for the unexpected, I say. So in today’s webisode I’ll also peek inside the Vault of “Jabba The Hutt”… Join Me!
Using The Force,
Mortimer Weasel Reporter,
Apprentice Jedi, & Flim-Flam Artist