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Episode 1763: Pulp Interdiction

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We've pointed out the complete lack of paper in the Star Wars setting before. Of course it's not that paper is somehow technologically impossible; that would be just silly. There has to be a logical reason for why nobody ever uses paper.

Transcript

{R2-D2 and C-3PO approach Kermit, backstage}
R2-D2: This frog might know. Ask him.
C-3PO: Excuse me. Have you seen this cloud of midi-chlorians?
{C-3PO shows Kermit a note}
Kermit: Gaaah!! Where did you get that?
C-3PO: The picture? We just—
Kermit: No, the paper! Banned, it is!
C-3PO: What?
Kermit: Thousands of years ago ancient Jedi texts were recorded on paper. But corrupted by the paper-making process the midi-chlorians in the trees were.
Kermit: Became a source of evil, the texts did.
C-3PO: So they banned paper?
Kermit: Chopped it up with scissors they did, then smashed the scissors with rocks.


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Published: Sunday, 17 March, 2019; 03:11:03 PDT.
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