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1-06-2012 @ 11:02PM
"As Star Wars is far more a sci-fi genre than fantasy"Star Wars is fantasy.Star Wars is NOT science-fiction.Star Wars has waaaaaaaaaay more in common with WarCraft than, say, with 60s Trek, or District 9, or *actual* sci-fi.Before anyone gets mad at this and turns my post gray (and therefore, given the typical WoW Insider commenter crowd, indicative of great worth):a) Science-fiction nor fantasy mean good nor bad.2) Read what science-fiction and fantasy actually are before getting all angry.D) No I don't care if you think I'm wrong, because I'm not.
1-07-2012 @ 1:38AM
Haha, hey guys, did you see what he did there? The first point in his list was letter "a," but the second was number 2! He switched to numbers from letters! And then he went back to letter again, but, wait for it ... it was "D"! Not C, or 3, but D! And it was capitalized! CAPITALIZED! Oh, this guy, he's probably the most original thing to ever grace the interwebs! I bow before his awesomeness. +1 moxie to this guy right over here.
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