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People Have Now Seen The Force Awakens, So Block All Star Wars Spoilers With This Browser Extension

An elegant solution for a more spoilery age.

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Last night, actual human beings who weren’t directly involved in making the movie saw Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and we have officially entered spoiler territory. We’ve all been waiting a long time for this movie, and now that we’re just days away, extra precautions may be worth it to preserve your viewing experience.

On a non-spoilery note, the reaction to the movie so far has been (Really, no spoilers. I promise. Some people just might not want even their expectations influenced.)

Well, friend, this browser extension is for you. Force Block will take all the stress out of the next few days by looking for anything related to Star Wars in your browser, blocking out the whole page if it finds one, and replacing the dangerous content with nice, innocuous Star Wars quotes.

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Now you can safely preserve your Force Awakens innocence until you see it with your own two eyes. If you choose not to take these measures now, you’re taking your fate into your own hands. We hope that doesn’t prove to be shortsighted.

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(via Engadget)

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