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Headlines: Skywalker's lightsaber, kids' names and NFL's Vince Young

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  • Boba and Jango Fett are set to help NASA's Discovery crew, scheduled for October 2007. (via Engaget and Slashdot)
    A shout out to Ron Drinkard -- hand-picked by Lucasfilm from the 501st -- for suiting up as Boba! (via San Jose Mercury News)
    Photos of the whole hand-off at the airport. (via StarWars.com blog)
  • Naming your baby "Boba" makes the "exotic" list. (via Kentucky.com)
  • Vince Young is "the Boba Fett of the NFL," says blogger Ryan Wilson. (via AOL)

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