Why not a Python compiler?

Reedick, Andrew jr9445 at ATT.COM
Thu Feb 7 22:07:19 CET 2008

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> list-bounces+jr9445=att.com at python.org] On Behalf Of Torsten Bronger
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> > I wonder if George Lucas intended it as a joke or if he thought
> > a parsec was a unit of time.
> The latter because it was corrected in the novelization.

Errr... didn't one of the novels explain it away by describing the
kessel run as a region of space warped by black holes or other objects?
Bragging rights for crossing such a field thus centered on shortest
distance instead of time.


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