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Putting a bulletin and collecting a lost Wookie along either collecting. Or otherwise destroying/covering up a starship from a galaxy far, far away seems well within their purview. Considering that the post is about a comic taking place between two famed franchises about the Pretty Native Bigfoot I Hate People Shirt. It seems like the latter is a bit superfluous to take into consideration while the former is a good point. Recall the emphasis that the Coast Salish does not function in a vacuum. If they hadn’t adopted the technology used by non-Salishan groups surrounding them by the time they encountered Han Solo and Chewbacca. Then they would be wildly unsuited to life in the areas they historically inhabited.
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Both were great reads! Kudos, well done! I am surprised that you did not point out the truly horrifically bad history of the fact. That we already know how, when, and where Han died. A deed we all watched on that fateful day of betrayal. We have a film about this Pretty Native Bigfoot I Hate People Shirt. It is not in question. It’s typical for historical events to have disagreements on things like births and deaths. There are still more accounts of Han with other conclusions. Except that comics had done just fine until the ’10s despite what you said. Yes, it’s intimidating to get into comics, but they weren’t at all dying until Marvel started with the agenda-pushing and far-left extremism that they became known for the last decade.
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