Today is May 4th, known by the world as Star Wars Day, so we’d like to take a minute to say, “May the 4th be with you.” In May 1979, the pun was first used by the London Evening News when congratulating former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher on her inauguration day saying, “Margaret Thatcher has won the election and become Britain’s first woman prime minister… This message, referring to the day of victory, was ‘May the Fourth Be With You, Maggie. Congratulations.” At the time, Star Wars was only just two years old, so the first official celebration of Star Wars Day wasn’t until 2011, which took place at the Toronto Underground Cinema. Now, people around the world are celebrating Star Wars Day, and so are we.