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(33 replies, posted in Fans)

I'm a democrat in the middle of conservative Texas.

Adeptus_Astartes wrote:

That makes alot of sense. If your "involved" with some one who isnt even the same species as you....hold on. Thats not possible, two species would usualy have differen DNA, different enough to where reproduction would be impossible.                           
(then agian, if their DNA was simmaler enough, they may be able to.)

But anyways, i agree with Sol

I keep trying to type a response to this, but it always seems to come out perhaps a little to inappropriate for these forums. Here is a point though: gay people can't reproduce either, but they get by. I'm sure the the creatures in Star Wars can be creative when they need to. And I'll leave it at that.

I've always thought that the universe in Star Wars would have moved past gay marriage being in issue, seeing as they already have inter-racial relationships. Even if it was in issue though, I don't see Boba caring.

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(125 replies, posted in Fans)

I'm on page 200-something of my second read through. This one really has a completely different feel to it then the others, I wont say anything because I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but it was my favorite of all of them. Stayed up for twelve hours after I bought it to finish it in one sitting. That it's the last of them all is rather depressing, though being able to go back and reading them in order should be fun.

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(634 replies, posted in Fans)

I used to go to church, 10 years or so ago. Can't remember it much. Most of my family is sortof Christian, though I think the term used was yesh-oo-an(That's how it's pronounced, dunno the spelling. Means follower of jesus I think). I'm agnostic though.

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(15 replies, posted in Film and Television)

Heh, that was pretty funny, going into faves. Weird Al FTW.

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(103 replies, posted in Fans)

Texas, and we have pouring rain for once. Quite nice.

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(33 replies, posted in Fans)

Sev Fett wrote:
Sol Gonsar wrote:

-Pretty much all Star Wars books, specifically the ones about Thrawn and Fett.
-Drizzt series(Forgotten Realms)
-Entreri/Jarlaxle series(Forgotten Realms)
-The Reaper Man, Good Omens, Hogfather, and Thud, all by Terry Pratchett.
-LOTR
-Harry Potter(Book six doesn't exist. Never happened. Hasn't been written yet. No.)
- The Golden Compass series. Quite a good read, though I can't find one of the books in stock anywhere.

And several others that I can't think of the names of right now. Though I'd like to give a (dis)honorary mention to the Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini, which succeeds in plagerising(Spelling?) at every paragraph.

How does Christopher Paolini plagerize?

Lets see...
Plot: Farm boy in small out of the way town, knows an old man who tells tales of an old order. A princess is caught while transporting valuable items stolen from the evil emperor to a rebellion. The farm boy finds the item, and so the emperors people end up burning down his uncle and his farm. The old man joins up with the boy and starts telling him about the order. He also gives the boy a special sword, which is later found out to be his fathers. The boy begins to learn the ways of the old order as he rescues the princess, meets up with a scoundrel, and goes off to join the rebellion: helping them defeat a huge threat that follows him there.
This start alone should clue you in.
There are also parts where he just completely copies titles. For example he once mentions "___ weilder of the white flame of ___". LOTR.
If you would like some more examples: http://www.anti-shurtugal.com/starwars.htm
This site is quite good for them.
Edit: In Paolinis newsletters he is a self admitted Star Wars fan. I have nothing against him for that, what I do have against him is that he copied it's plot and is making tons of money off it, while claiming it's original.

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(33 replies, posted in Fans)

-Pretty much all Star Wars books, specifically the ones about Thrawn and Fett.
-Drizzt series(Forgotten Realms)
-Entreri/Jarlaxle series(Forgotten Realms)
-The Reaper Man, Good Omens, Hogfather, and Thud, all by Terry Pratchett.
-LOTR
-Harry Potter(Book six doesn't exist. Never happened. Hasn't been written yet. No.)
- The Golden Compass series. Quite a good read, though I can't find one of the books in stock anywhere.

And several others that I can't think of the names of right now. Though I'd like to give a (dis)honorary mention to the Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini, which succeeds in plagerising(Spelling?) at every paragraph.

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(21 replies, posted in Fans)

Nothing wrong with saying somethings nerdy. Star Wars is nerdy. I'm a nerd for liking it. And I'm proud of it.

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(25 replies, posted in Fans)

BFFC Admin wrote:

Sol Gonsar, the topic's title isn't so clear. Today's the 30th anniversary of Star Wars.

Wow. hmm
Can't believe I missed that...

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(25 replies, posted in Fans)

n e 1 else celebrate?

Whats the occasion? Graduation day?

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(13 replies, posted in General)

Home-Schooled here, get to set my own block/unblock sites on my laptop smile

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(34 replies, posted in Fans)

Congrats on the cat. Just a little suggestion though: Once he's near full grown, please don't let him just wander wherever he wants to outside. As cute as they may be, they still kill, I lost half of my pets to loose cats. Just thought that should be mentioned.

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(30 replies, posted in Fans)

The Yautja wrote:

Okay, just in case you guys didn't realize it, it souds really emo when you take the time to post:  "I don't have any friends, boohoo . . ."

There was no "boohoo" in mine. When I said I didn't have friends I was simply stating the truth. If I wanted them, I'd probably go get some.

Sol Gonsar wrote:

Online: 1...if NPC's count that is...

This made me laugh for a very long time, thank you. (not at the only 1 friend thing, the npc joke...)

big_smile Didn't expect that.

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(30 replies, posted in Fans)

In real life: zero. The only one I had moved away years ago. Online: 1...if NPC's count that is...

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(51 replies, posted in Fans)

Right now I'm in 9th grade, but I'm planning on either being an author, a lawyer, or a professional hobo.

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(21 replies, posted in General)

I like him better as without the love story. It just hurts whenever authors realize "Oh people like this guy, better give him some redeemable qualities".  They just don't get that the reason he's cool, is that he's cold. I don't know if anyone else here reads Salvatore's Drizzt books, but what he's currently doing with Artemis Entreri is another perfect example of this.

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(18 replies, posted in Role Playing)

I would say Boba because, one: he has a lot more weapons, and two: his weapons are 4000(?) years more advanced. Armed with the exact same I'm not completely sure, I guess I'd still go with Fett, just because we've heard that he's the best BH for his time. They were both raised as Mandalorians though, and they both became Mandalore, so I'm not even 50% sure.

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(25 replies, posted in General)

Pheonix023 wrote:

The only time I heard of Boba getting with anyone was with the other bounty hunter, Mirta. Or Sintas? I don't know one of them.

Ewwww.....call Child Services and get some lawyers too......Mirta is his grandaughter......he married Sintas, and they had a little girl, Alyian, but Boba left when she was two.....

Ah, sorry. It's been several books since I read Bloodlines. Thanks for clearing it up.

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(25 replies, posted in General)

OrdoHunted wrote:

Hey not that long ago I came across an interesting backstory concept on our favorite bounty hunter. If you look closely to his armour across his right sholder like an award cord is a long strand of braided blond hair. Now I've always heard that it was a colection of hair taken as trophies but I think thats a little out of character. Anyway I ran across this  little back story that told of a romantic trist between Fett and a blond Correlian, and that she died in some tragic incident involving Fett and a Jedi. He keeping her pony tail as a momento never got close to someone again. I think this concept is at least a little more in his character than him taking "trophies" from his bounty heads. After all The fett man is more for the bounty than any sort of game. Anyway if anyone has caught wind of said backstory and knows more about it let me know.

The only time I heard of Boba getting with anyone was with the other bounty hunter, Mirta. Or Sintas? I don't know one of them.

green helmeted fan wrote:

w/e

And here I was, hoping they had banned you last time. Please please please try to cut down on posts like this.

Edit: And the post below me. Seriously, it's just plain spam:
Stupid
Pointless
Annoying
Messages

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(123 replies, posted in Fans)

Games I'm looking forward too:
Halo 3(Of course)
GW:EN
GW2
The Darkness
Any Sims games.
Half-life 2 Ep.2

If I made Star Wars, then there would likely be no one here today talking about it. Or even a year after I made it. But I guess if I could just tweak a few little things: there would be no Amidala, or at least she wouldn't be called "queen" and her massive wardrobe would be a little more Star Warsish and less aimed at the "look at me I'm a little princess" girl audience, Boba would die better, or not at all, we'd get to see a few more shots of stormtroopers actually frying some of those little fuzzy buggers, aaaaannnd......we'd get to see more Lando. That is all.

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(288 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

Mandalorian Assassin wrote:

I doubt it.  I like the idea though, but I'd still choose Boba, for my aforementioned rerasons.

Darn. I guess if I had to choose one, I'd choose Boba too, but only cause he was first, not cause I like him any better.

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(288 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

BFFC-Mel wrote:

If you had to chose between Boba or Jango as your favourite hunter, who would it be?

I know I'd pick Boba - the original and the best big_smile

Can I choose both?