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[#] Mon Jan 10 2022 06:19:57 EST from darknetuser

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2022-01-05 09:56 from Nurb432
So i hear that "book of Boba Fett" isn't bad.  I'm afraid to spend
time with it tho. Lately most everything has been trash and/or a
setup so you can watch them destroy a classic
character/franchise/etc. ( not 100% but damned close )


I don't know what the Book of Bopba Fett is, but I have the hunch that you will regret it if you do there. Don't do it. Cling to what remains of the Star Wars franchise and don't let Disney destroy it for you.

[#] Mon Jan 10 2022 10:17:23 EST from Nurb432

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Latest Disney + TV show in the franchise.

But i have heard good things.  there is always a chance upper management wasn't paying attention and they put out a good show.  Ill wait until its done, in case its like hawkeye ..where they screw the fans towards the end.

Mon Jan 10 2022 06:19:57 AM EST from darknetuser
I don't know what the Book of Bopba Fett is, but I have the hunch that you will regret it if you do there. Don't do it. Cling to what remains of the Star Wars franchise and don't let Disney destroy it for you.

 



[#] Tue Jan 11 2022 01:04:39 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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It is amazing that the wack TG director from Matrix manages to be lowkey social justice virtue signaling compared to the rest of Hollywood. 

 



[#] Thu Jan 13 2022 09:16:52 EST from zelgomer

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In my mind Star Wars media ended in the late 90s. There are some video games and expanded universe properties that are sequels to me. Everything that came out after The Phantom Menace, even if subtle, exhibits influence from the prequel lore, or dress, or accents, etc. making it tainted and unwatchable.

[#] Thu Jan 13 2022 13:21:27 EST from Nurb432

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I have not watched it all, as it was boring and sort of lost interest, but Solo didnt seem too bad of what i saw.  No, nothing like the first 3, but seemed ok.



[#] Thu Jan 13 2022 18:02:53 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Only ANH, ESB, and RotJ are canon. Also, the lunch box is canon. And the Christmas special. All else is Disney.

[#] Thu Jan 13 2022 19:02:17 EST from Nurb432

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Not being a huge fan, ( just a passing fan ) you lost me on ....every.... single..,,acronym...  and what is a lunchbox?

 

 



[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 12:45:09 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. 

Also known as Ep. 4, 5 and 6. 

Sometimes called the original trilogy. 

The lunchbox is a thing you take your PB&J to school in. 


Thu Jan 13 2022 19:02:17 EST from Nurb432

Not being a huge fan, ( just a passing fan ) you lost me on ....every.... single..,,acronym...  and what is a lunchbox?

 

 



 



[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 17:58:40 EST from Nurb432

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Ok i now get the reference for the 3 movies. And yes i agree it went off the rails after that.

 

I still dont get the reference to a lunchbox being cannon..  Must be an inside joke that people like me dont get?



[#] Mon Jan 17 2022 09:30:13 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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In the late 1970s, early 1980s a lot of kids carried lunch to school in aluminum lunchboxes instead of paper bags. The most common style was made by a company called Aladdin, which had space for a sandwich and snacks and also held a small Thermos with a cap and cup for a beverage. They were manufactured in all sorts of styles, mostly with cartoon characters.

If you had the Star Wars one, you were uber-cool.

[#] Mon Jan 17 2022 12:46:44 EST from Nurb432

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Ah..  yes. i remember those lunchboxes in grade school.  We still had glass thermos.. sucked when they woudl break and you had nothing to drink for lunch.  I carried a black 'work' lunch box instead of the little ones, with a full sized thermos in the lid.  A 'mans' lunch.. 

By the time Star wars came out, we were past that point and everyone was either bags ( both paper and cloth ) or they just bought lunch in the cafeteria. So between that and mine not having images, i never made the connection.

Mon Jan 17 2022 09:30:13 AM EST from IGnatius T Foobar
In the late 1970s, early 1980s a lot of kids carried lunch to school in aluminum lunchboxes instead of paper bags. The most common style was made by a company called Aladdin, which had space for a sandwich and snacks and also held a small Thermos with a cap and cup for a beverage. They were manufactured in all sorts of styles, mostly with cartoon characters.

If you had the Star Wars one, you were uber-cool.

 



[#] Sun Jan 23 2022 22:07:04 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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I used to buy Mad Magazine to read the latest movie parodies so I would have an IDEA of what the plot was in the actual movie when my friends would talk about it in school. 

Caused a few really weird conversations when the satire really veered off from the actual movie plot and I wasn't old enough to recognize it... I distinctly remember getting caught out once - maybe on JAWS. 




Mon Jan 17 2022 12:46:44 EST from Nurb432

Ah..  yes. i remember those lunchboxes in grade school.  We still had glass thermos.. sucked when they woudl break and you had nothing to drink for lunch.  I carried a black 'work' lunch box instead of the little ones, with a full sized thermos in the lid.  A 'mans' lunch.. 

By the time Star wars came out, we were past that point and everyone was either bags ( both paper and cloth ) or they just bought lunch in the cafeteria. So between that and mine not having images, i never made the connection.

Mon Jan 17 2022 09:30:13 AM EST from IGnatius T Foobar
In the late 1970s, early 1980s a lot of kids carried lunch to school in aluminum lunchboxes instead of paper bags. The most common style was made by a company called Aladdin, which had space for a sandwich and snacks and also held a small Thermos with a cap and cup for a beverage. They were manufactured in all sorts of styles, mostly with cartoon characters.

If you had the Star Wars one, you were uber-cool.

 



 



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