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I seem to remember a short story set in the Star Wars universe that explained the Kessel Run faux pas. The "Kessel Run" was a route between two regions of the Empire. The problem with the route was that there was some kind of astronomical phenomena (nebulae, neutron stars, stellar nursery?) that made hyperspace travel dangerous unless you took the long way around. Doing the "Kessel Run" in 12 parsecs was therefore the height of ballsy and reckless piloting.
Gravity wells pull ships out of hyperspace, repentinely and with destructive results. Planning a safe route requires a lot of computational power (which the Millenium Falcon has since it holds 3 different navigational computers... scavenged and incompatible between each other and that's why it often malfunctions), thrust power to escape the outermost areas of gravity wells before they pull the ship out of hyperspace and pilot (over)confidence.
I have a cozy home in wookieepedia. And one on tvtropes.
Maybe, but I've never broken a screen on any (Android) phone I've ever owned, care, plus a silicon case seems to be all I need to stop damage. Not that I'm getting an iPhone 10 X or whatever its called any time soon.
The only time I broke the screen was when my Lumia 635 started going nuts and didn't stop for a while, and I needed to make an important call. I lost patience and the phone suddenly impacted screen-first on a wall... one of those ridged exterior walls. It didn't end well for the screen.
It runs in the family since at least 3 generations - luckily only on objects. If there is something the male of my family species do not tolerate is uncomplying technology. I lost count of the phones, tools and car radios my dad threw out of the windows, deliberately massacred with power tools or run over with the car.