Jiggle!Dick2STbYY (ID: a6d647) No.448036
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Does anyone else here listen to the Tragedy of Darth Plagueis the Wise while driving? I thought not. It's not a practice the Jedi would condone. I've been getting a lot of backlash from the Jedi after they found out, but I keep telling them it's a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural. Unlike most dogmatic narrow-minded Jedi who can't appreciate the Force in all its aspects, I've carefully considered various factors such as how long I must focus & how much of my Force power is diverted to influencing the midichlorians to create life;
should an immediate danger present itself, such as becoming so powerful that the only thing I fear is losing my power, my reaction is as lightning fast as going one page deep into a shock holobook.
"How are you not bouncing in and out of jail for exposing your Sith powers from your airspeeder?" you ask, and I have the answer below:
I have my Sith holocron glued over the top of the gauges and an urn of Sith ashes in the trunk to supplement my dark energies. Although I can easily complete a quick ritual while staying 100% focused on the road, I occasionally like to enjoy the backstory and irony on the holocron lesson before it gets to the end. With a necromancy speed of 1000SPM, I need only glance for .0375 seconds in order to see 2¼ frames of dark side teachings using 1.833333333% of my attention. In order to compensate for the 1.833333333% of attention I lose (although this can hardly be considered a loss) during these .0375 seconds, I alternate between meditating (only when both eyes are on the road) & watching so that there is no time at which I do not have at least one eye all over that action;
In contrast to the average driver who probably spends most of their time in the airspeeder chanting erratically.
While my elder cousins may berate me for relying upon my passion for my strength, I remind them that evil is a point of view, as it is a well-known fact that the Jedi and the Sith are alike in almost every way, including their quest for greater power. They also fail to see that even if I were to encounter a potential hazard on the road during the .0375 seconds under which I have 98.166666667% of my attention on the road, I would react much faster than them due to my extensive experience with the Force.
In summary, I can save others from death, but not myself.