George Lucas himself wanted to make the Star Tours simulator to look and feel as authentic as possible and decided to donate real props from the original Star Wars trilogy. The C-3PO and R2-D2 figures in the simulator were loaned directly from George Lucas and are some of the real props used in the filming of the original Star Wars movies. The park really wanted to go all-out and make the simulator as real as possible, even while you’re standing in line.Read More →

It’s a shame that so many people that make the shows and music possible, don’t receive the same amount of love. It’s dope that they gave this dude a little love and some exposure.Read More →

1. George Washington Washington was an ultra-successful liquor distributor in the new country. He made rye whiskey, apple brandy and peach brandy in his Mount Vernon distillery. 2. John Adams Adams and Thomas Jefferson were close friends and correspondents — but they also had a bit of a rivalry. Adams’ dying words were, “Thomas Jefferson survives,” unaware that he had died hours earlier. In another shocker, both died on July 4, 1826. 3. Thomas Jefferson Jefferson and John Adams paid a visit to William Shakespeare’s home in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1786. There, they chipped off a piece from Shakespeare’s chair as a souvenir. 4. James MadisonRead More →