We’re down to the wire, here, folks. Tonight is the night! Star Wars: The Force Awakens will finally be in theaters for 7 and 10 pm previews. While a lot of you have tickets, there are some folks who work in public safety who will be protecting you from anything or anyone who might want to do harm on this glorious occasion we’ve all waited so long for. And they only ask one thing in return. That upon leaving the theater, you don’t spoil it for them as you rush by gleefully talking about all the cool (and somewhat sad) things that happen in this long-awaited sequel. Cops are people too. And they love Star Wars just as much as you do. At least that’s the message the Philadelphia Police Department is sending out on this day when most of us will be returning to that galaxy far, far away. The PPD has issued a stern warning about SPOILERS . While posting, leaking or drive-by Spoilers are not illegal, this gang of law informant officials believe they should be. Now, before you come down too hard and start bitching about how the police need to ‘shut up’, remember this is… Read full this story
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