MP3: "Christmas in the Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album"

Posted on December 9, 2007 by Skittle.
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Roboty Christmasy Celebration: Day 2 of 6

So what DO you get a Wookiee for Xmas?I was going to wait until Christmas Day to post this album, but I just can’t wait! Christmas in the Stars, the 1980 Star Wars Christmas album, was actually a small hit back in it’s prime. “What Can You Get a Wookiee for Christmas (When He Already Owns a Comb)” actually peaked at #69 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart after the album’s release. Significantly more successful to the similar, yet unrelated and repressed, Star Wars Holiday Special from two years prior.The album was also Bon Jovi’s first ever recording. Didn’t expect that, did ya? Download links follow after a word from our sponsors…


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Christmas in the Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album (Right-click, save as)

  1. Christmas in the Stars
  2. Bells, Bells, Bells
  3. The Odds Against Christmas
  4. What Can You Get a Wookiee for Christmas (When He Already Owns a Comb?)
  5. R2-D2 We Wish You a Merry Christmas
  6. Sleigh Ride
  7. Merry, Merry Christmas
  8. A Christmas Sighting (‘Twas the Night Before Christmas)
  9. The Meaning of Christmas

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27 Responses to “MP3: "Christmas in the Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album"”

  1. Christmas in the Stars | Time For Drinking on December 18th, 2009 2:41 am

    [...] The album is mercifully out of print, but you can download the whole wretched thing here. [...]

  2. James on December 23rd, 2009 6:07 pm

    You just made two boys very happy this year. Thank yu for posting this album.

  3. Skittle on December 24th, 2009 12:01 am

    Cool beans. :-)

  4. Robbie on December 28th, 2009 1:22 am

    Thanks for posting this man, got it on my comp now :D . Fantastic, really appreciate it!

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  6. Wall-e on September 25th, 2011 5:06 am

    Thanks I’ve been looking for this album for ages.
    “May the force be with you”

  7. Fe on October 26th, 2011 8:36 am

    How freaking awesome! This is so gonna end up in my husband’s stocking this Christmas!

  8. RW on November 14th, 2011 3:53 pm

    Totally Cool
    Been looking for this for awhile.
    I have the LP been looking for this online.

    Thank You

    May The Force Be With You

  9. Julie on December 1st, 2011 10:19 pm

    I can’t get it to download, it says
    403 Forbidden
    You don’t have permission to access /files/2011/7/12/3166222/2007/01 Christmas In The Stars.mp3 on this server.

    I’ve tried it with Google Chrome and Internet Explorer. Any ideas?

  10. Skittle on December 2nd, 2011 2:12 pm

    I know, I apologize. I am hoping this is resolved with my server soon. Check back soon!

  11. Skittle on December 2nd, 2011 2:27 pm

    You know what, while I am waiting on my server consider checking out this page.

    I-Mockery.com

    You can listen to the album there. You can download it too if you know what you’re doing. :-P

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    Bong

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    A bong with a circular carburation port in the front of the bowl
    A bong (also water pipe,”popper bottle”, bubbler, moof) is a filtration device/apparatus generally used for smoking cannabis, tobacco, or other herbal substances.[1][2]

    In construction and function a bong is similar to a hookah, except smaller and more portable. A bong may be constructed from any air- and water-tight vessel by adding a bowl and stem apparatus (or slide)[3] which guides air downward to below water level whence it bubbles upward (“bubbler”) during use. To get fresh air into the bong and harvest the last remaining smoke, a hole known as the “carburator”, “carb”, “choke”, “bink”, “rush” “shotty” or simply “hole”, somewhere on the lower part of the bong above water level, is first kept covered during the smoking process, then opened to allow the smoke to be drawn into the respiratory system.

    The word bong is an adaptation of the Thai word baung (Thai: บ้อง [bɔːŋ]), which refers to[need tone][4] a cylindrical wooden tube, pipe, or container cut from bamboo, and which also refers to the bong used for smoking.

    Bongs have been in use by the Hmong, in Laos and Thailand, and all over Africa for centuries.[5] One of the earliest recorded uses of the word in the West is in the McFarland Thai-English Dictionary, published in 1944, which describes one of the meanings of bong in the Thai language as, “a bamboo waterpipe for smoking kancha, tree, hashish, or the hemp-plant.” A January 1971 issue of the Marijuana Review also used the term.

    Contents
    [hide] 1 History
    2 Use
    3 Legality
    4 See also
    5 References
    6 Further reading
    7 External links

    [edit] History

    The use of a water pipe for smoking was introduced in China during the late Ming Dynasty (16th century), along with tobacco,[6] through Persia and the Silk Road. By the Qing Dynasty, it became the most popular method to smoke tobacco, but became less popular since the Republic era. While typically employed by commoners, the water pipe is known to have been preferred by Empress Dowager Cixi over snuff bottles or other methods of intake. According to the Imperial Household Department, she was buried with at least three water pipes; some of her collections can be seen in the Palace Museum.

    The water pipe employed since the Qing dynasty can be divided into two types: the homemade bamboo bong commonly made and used by country people, and a more elegant metal version employed by Chinese merchants, urbanites, and nobility. Metal utensils are typically made out of bronze or brass, the nobility version of silver and decorated with jewels. Typically, the metal version is made out of the following components:
    The water pipe itself, a single-piece construct consisting of the bowl-stem, the water container, and a drawtube at least 3 inches, but some can be up to 12 inches in length. Some are straight with a “Joint” (Sandblasted top part of stem, usually about 1 inch long, and all the way around, tapered or cone shaped, so the tapered, or “cone shaped” bowl will fit in)some are bent to resemble a crane. The size of the bowl is analogous to a one-hitter, typically the width of a thumbnail or smaller.
    The tobacco container with a lid.
    A pipe rack small enough to be held by one hand, and consisting of two large holes for the tobacco container and the water pipe. It may have smaller holes to hold various pipe tools.

    During a smoking session, the user may keep all equipment inside the rack and just hold the entire assembly (rack, pipe, and container) in one hand, lighting the bowl with a slow-burning paper wick (纸煤) lit over a coal stove. Unlike in North America, the water pipe is typically employed by older generations. [7]

    This section requires expansion.

    [edit] Use

    Diagram of a bong in operation.
    The water can trap some heavier particles and water-soluble molecules, preventing them from entering the smoker’s airways.[8] The mechanics of a bong are compared to those of a laboratory gas washing bottle. People put their mouths at the top and out the drug in the tube, as shown in the picture.

    Bongs are often either glass or plastic that use a bowl, stem, and water to produce smoke. After the bowl has been packed and water has been inserted into the bong, the substance is lit and the smoke is drawn through water to produce a smoother smoke than other methods of smoking do.[9] To smoke a bong, the smoker must inhale in the bong so bubbles containing smoke begin to come from the stem. Once the bong has a fair amount of smoke built up, the stem is separated from the bong and the remaining smoke will go into the smoker’s lungs.

    However, a 2000 NORML-MAPS cannabis study found that “water pipes filter out more psychoactive THC than they do other tars, thereby requiring users to smoke more to reach their desired effect”.[10] In the study, smoke from cannabis supplied by the NIDA was drawn through a number of smoking devices and analyzed. This study looked at the tar to cannabinoid ratio in the gas outputted by various bongs, as well as unfiltered and filtered joints, and vaporizers. The results showed that only vaporizers produced a better tar to cannabinoid ratio than unfiltered joints, but that within the cannabinoids produced, even vaporizers warped the ratio of THC (the psychoactive component of the smoke) to CBN (capable of producing medical benefits but is not psychoactive) in favor of CBN. This showed an unfiltered joint had the best tar to THC ratio of all, and bongs were actually seriously detrimental in this respect.

    MAPS[11] also reviewed a study that examined the effects and composition of water-filtered and non-filtered cannabis and tobacco smoke. It found that when alveolar macrophages were exposed to unfiltered smoke, their ability to fight bacteria was reduced, unlike exposure to water-filtered smoke. It also found substantial epidemiological evidence of a lower incidence of carcinoma among tobacco smokers who used water-pipes, as opposed to cigarettes, cigars, and regular pipes. “It appears that water filtration can be effective in removing components from cannabis smoke that are known toxicants… The effectiveness of toxicant removal is related to the smoke’s water contact area.”

    Specially designed water pipes, incorporating particulate filters and gas-dispersion frits, would likely be most effective in this regard; the gas-dispersion frit serves to break up the smoke into very fine bubbles, thereby increasing its water-contact area.”[11] These frits are commonly referred to as “diffusers” for the way that they diffuse (or disperse) the smoke as it exits the downstem, and usually consist of small holes or slats at the end of the downstem. This study suggests that a bong’s smoke is less harmful than unfiltered smoke.

    [edit] Legality

    A variety of bongs for sale, among other merchandise in Manhattan. For legal reasons, the products are labeled as “Tobacco Use Only”
    In the United States, under the Federal Drug Paraphernalia Statute, which is part of the Controlled Substances Act, it is illegal to sell, transport through the mail, transport across state lines, import, or export drug paraphernalia.[12]

    In countries where marijuana and hashish are illegal, some retailers specify that bongs are intended for use with tobacco in an attempt to circumvent laws against selling drug paraphernalia. While technically ‘bong’ does not mean a device used for smoking mainly marijuana, drug-related connotations have been formed with the word itself (partly due to punning with Sanskrit bhangah “hemp”). Thus for fear of the law many head shops will not serve customers who use the word “bong” or “bongs”.[13]

    [edit] See also
    Drug paraphernalia
    Hookah
    One-hitter (smoking)
    Operation Pipe Dreams
    Thuoc lao
    Water pipe percolator

    [edit] References

    1.^ “Office of National Drug Control Policy”.
    2.^ “Contraband: The Sale of Regulated Goods on the Internet”.
    3.^ Can a human skull be used as a bong?, retrieved 12 May 2008
    4.^ “Thai dictionary entry for baawng”.
    5.^ “History of the Bong”.
    6.^ “Information on Chinese Water pipe from Hudong (chinese)”.
    7.^ “Information on Chinese Water pipe from Baidu (chinese)”.
    8.^ “Marijuana Consumption: Smoking, Eating, And Drinking Marijuana”.
    9.^ Keliher, Evan (2003). Grandpa’s Marijuana Handbook (2nd ed. ed.). Chula Vista, California: Aventine Press. p. 37. ISBN 978-1-59330-135-4.
    10.^ “MAPS/CaNORML vaporizer and waterpipe studies”.
    11.^ a b Nicholas V. Cozzi, Ph.D. Effects of water filtration on marijuana smoke: a literature review
    12.^ “DEA Definition of Paraphernalia”.
    13.^ “Phoenix New Times: Head Games”.

    [edit] Further reading
    Erika Dugas, Michèle Tremblay, Nancy C.P. Low, Daniel Cournoyer, Jennifer O’Loughlin: Water-Pipe Smoking Among North American Youths, Pediatrics, Published online May 10, 2010, doi:10.1542/peds.2009-2335 (Full Text free)

    [edit] External links

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  16. Helen on November 28th, 2012 3:52 pm

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    This has given me so much happiness on lonely nights. It has shown me the path to pleasure Pleasure describes the broad class of mental states that humans and other animals experience as positive, enjoyable, or worth seeking. It includes more specific mental states such as happiness, entertainment, enjoyment, ecstasy, and euphoria. In psychology, the pleasure principle describes pleasure as a positive feedback mechanism, motivating the organism to recreate in the future the situation which it has just found pleasurable. According to this theory, organisms are similarly motivated to avoid situations that have caused pain in the past.[citation needed]
    The experience of pleasure is subjective and different individuals will experience different kinds and amounts of pleasure in the same situation. Many pleasurable experiences are associated with satisfying basic biological drives, such as eating, exercise, sex or defecation. Other pleasurable experiences are associated with social experiences and social drives, such as the experiences of accomplishment, recognition, and service. The appreciation of cultural artifacts and activities such as art, music, and literature is often pleasurable.
    In recent years, significant progress has been made in understanding the brain mechanisms underlying pleasure.[1] One of the key discoveries was made by Kent C. Berridge who has shown that pleasure is not a unitary experience. Rather, pleasure consists of multiple brain processes including liking, wanting and learning subserved by distinct yet partially overlapping brain networks.[2] In particular, this research has been helped by the use of objective pleasure-elicited reactions in humans and other animals such as the behavioral ‘liking’/‘disliking’ facial expressions to tastes that are homologous between humans and many other mammals.[3]
    Recreational drug use can be pleasurable: some drugs, illicit and otherwise, directly create euphoria in the human brain when ingested. The mind’s natural tendency to seek out more of this feeling (as described by the pleasure principle) can lead to dependence and addiction. Berridge and Robinson have proposed that addiction results from drugs hijacking the ‘wanting’ system through a sensitization of the mesolimbic dopamine system.[4]
    Contents [hide]
    1 Philosophical views
    1.1 Philosophies of pleasure
    2 Neurobiology
    3 Pleasure as a uniquely human experience
    4 Masochism
    5 See also
    6 References
    7 Further reading
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    Aponia · Ataraxia · Eudaimonia · Happiness · Hedone · Pain · Pleasure · Sensation · Suffering · Tetrapharmakos
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    Epicurus and his followers defined the highest pleasure as the absence of suffering[5] and pleasure itself as “freedom from pain in the body and freedom from turmoil in the soul”.[6] According to Cicero (or rather his character Torquatus) Epicurus also believed that pleasure was the chief good and pain the chief evil.[7]
    In the 12th century Razi’s “Treatise of the Self and the Spirit” (Kitab al Nafs Wa’l Ruh) analyzed different types of pleasure, sensuous and intellectual, and explained their relations with one another. He concludes that human needs and desires are endless, and “their satisfaction is by definition impossible.”[8]
    The 19th-century German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer understood pleasure as a negative sensation, one that negates the usual existential condition of suffering.[9]
    Philosophies of pleasure [edit]
    Utilitarianism and Hedonism are philosophies that advocate increasing to the maximum the amount of pleasure and minimizing the amount of suffering.
    Neurobiology [edit]

    The pleasure center is the set of brain structures, predominantly the nucleus accumbens, theorized to produce great pleasure when stimulated electrically. Some references state that the septum pellucidium is generally considered to be the pleasure center,[10] while others mention the hypothalamus when referring to the pleasure center for intracranial stimulation.[11] Certain chemicals are known to stimulate the pleasure centers of the brain.[citation needed] It has been suggested that physical exertion can release endorphines in what is called the runner’s high, and equally it has been found that chocolate and certain spices, such as from the family of the chilli, can release or cause to be released similar psychoactive chemicals to those released during sexual acts.[citation needed]
    Pleasure as a uniquely human experience [edit]

    There has been debate as to whether pleasure is experienced by other animals rather than being an exclusive property of humankind. On the one hand, Jeremy Bentham (usually regarded as the founder of Utilitarianism)[12] and Beth Dixon[13] both argue that they do—the latter, however, in a carefully worded manner. People who believe in human exceptionalism might argue that it is a form of anthropomorphism to ascribe any human experience to animals, including pleasure. Others view animal behaviour simply as responses to stimuli; this is the way behaviourists look at the evidence, Pavlov’s dogs (or rather his explanation of their behaviour) being the best-known example. However, it may be argued that we simply cannot know whether animals experience pleasure, and most scientists, indeed, prefer to remain neutral while using anthropomorphisms as and when they need them.[14] It appears, though, that those who recognise emotions in other animals are in the ascent: many ethologists, for example Marc Bekoff, are prepared to draw the conclusion that animals do experience emotions, though these are not necessarily the same as human emotions.[15]
    Masochism [edit]

    Masochists are those who derive pleasure from receiving pain. The existence of masochism complicates the commonly-held view that pleasure, as a positive experience, is fundamentally opposite pain, a negative experience. Masochism is context-dependent: masochists enjoy certain kinds of pain in certain situations.
    See also [edit]

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    Key people[show]
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    Pain Suffering Pleasure Utility Happiness Eudaimonia Consequentialism Felicific calculus
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    Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Pleasure
    Look up pleasure in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
    False pleasure
    Felicific calculus, an attempt to calculate pleasure
    Flow (psychology)
    Gratification
    Hedonism
    Leisure
    Orgasm
    Paradox of hedonism
    References [edit]

    ^ Kringelbach, M.L; K.C. Berridge (2010). Pleasures of the brain. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-533102-8.
    ^ Berridge, K.C., Kringelbach, M.L. (2008) Affective neuroscience of pleasure: Reward in humans and other animals. Psychopharmacology 199, 457-80.
    ^ Videos of Pleasure-elicited Reactions.
    ^ Robinson, T.E., Berridge, K.C. 1993 The neural basis of drug craving: an incentive-sensitization theory of addiction. Brain Res Brain Res Rev. 18(3):247-91.
    ^ The Forty Principal Doctrines, Number III.
    ^ Letter to Menoeceus, Section 131-2.
    ^ About the Ends of Goods and Evils, Book I, From Section IX, Torquatus sets out his understanding of Epicurus’s philosophy.
    ^ Haque, Amber (2004). “Psychology from Islamic Perspective: Contributions of Early Muslim Scholars and Challenges to Contemporary Muslim Psychologists”. Journal of Religion and Health 43 (4): 357–377 [371]. doi:10.1007/s10943-004-4302-z.
    ^ Counsels and Maxims, Chapter 1, General Rules Section 1.
    ^ Walsh, Anthony (1991). The Science of Love – Understanding Love and its Effects on Mind and Body. Prometheus Books. ISBN 0-87975-648-9.
    ^ Kandel ER, Schwartz JH, Jessell TM. Principles of Neural Science, 4th ed. McGraw-Hill, New York (2000). ISBN 0-8385-7701-6
    ^ Bentham, Jeremy (1996). An Introduction to the Principles of Moral Legislation. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-820516-6.
    ^ Ethics & the Environment, Volume 6, Number 2, Autumn 2001, pp. 22-30, Indiana University Press, Johns Hopkins University Press, see also: Emotion in animals
    ^ Horowitz A. 2007. Anthropomorphism., In M. Bekoff, ed., Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships, pp 60-66, Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, CT.
    ^ Do animals have emotions?, From The Sunday Times, August 24, 2008.
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