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Denny's 'Star Wars' menu misses chance for extragalactic culinary blast

As I sat in a booth at Denny's and plowed my way through the diner's new "Star Wars" meals, the wisdom of Yoda came to mind:

How you get so big, eating food of this kind?

After Luke crashes his X-Wing fighter on the swamp planet of Dagobah in "The Empire Strikes Back," the tiny green Jedi scavenges through his trainee's soggy luggage and locates an interstellar granola bar, takes a bite and spits it out. As I worked my way through Denny's Two Moons Skillet - essentially a scramble, with a couple of eggs - I felt a somewhat

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