Posted on behalf of Harbin & Burnett on May 04, 2018 in General Interest
May the fourth be with you.
May 4th has become an unofficial Star Wars holiday. Star War fans around the globe throw parties, binge-watch movies from the Star War franchise and mock Jar Jar Binks. The use of the phrase "May the fourth be with you" allegedly started in 1979 when Margaret Thatcher assumed the role of Prime Minister of England as a conservative group used the phrase in a congratulatory ad in a London paper.
Regardless, Star War fans will take time to enjoy the day and greet everyone with the phrase. Everyone else will probably roll their eyes. But why not enjoy the goofiness?
So, from Harbin & Burnett: May the fourth be with you.