Jim Raynor wrote:Good God man! Stop pretending to be smart already. If you have any intelligence, you're not bringing it to this thread. You repeatedly assert how right and analytical you are, by your inability to grasp a movie written for ten year olds.
Cool, we're getting further along. Lucas write like a 10 year old. I'm glad you're coming around to our side of the argument.
LOL, the fact that I've deprioritized this thread down to "something I might do once or twice a week, if I even remember or give a crap about it" speaks to that fact.
We get it. You have lots of important things to do that don't involve writing on forum about Star Wars. I'm sure whatever take priority over this is important, was it the adidas stormtrooper helmet thread?
Some people here, on the other hand, delude themselves into thinking trivia obsessions are not only normal, but the defining element in filmmaking or film watching. They express their geekiness in unintelligent (make that frighteningly dumb), failed attempts to analyze the movie. Not understanding that "blockade = bad," something I got just fine in elementary school.
I'll try analyzing like you.
Raynor=person entertained stories for 10 year olds.
Shit Raynor Doesn't Know wrote:"How does the blockade get them money? Please provide an answer from the film that explains how they benefit financially from the blockade. If you or Elfdart could simply do this or concede the point we can move on to something else you don't understand about the RLM review."
Opening crawl: "Hoping to resolve this matter [the tax dispute]"
Stop reveling in your lack of grade school reading comprehension.
Nope. That does not tell us how they get money out of blockading. That just tells us how they are addressing the taxation of trade routes (which we don't know if they are for or against) please try again or concede the point.
You continue to be an idiot. But then again you've already stated you like your stories at a 10 year olds level.