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#124 - maulingo **User deleted account**
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(02/02/2013) [-]
I was a very young kid when the first 3 movies came out. A teenager when the Phantom Menace came out. IMO... I got my share of epic star wars experience when I was a kid. Why is it so bad if Disney can make another 2-3 generations feel the same epic star wars experience? How much would it rock to be able to talk to your kid about star wars ****. I mean... imagine if daddy can actually understand all the stuff you and your friends talk about? Superdad galore. Building model Tie fighters together and ****... Hell.. I hope disney makes a movie every year for the rest of for ever.
#159 to #124 - atzekatze
Reply +1
(02/02/2013) [-]
********.. Episode IV came out in 1977 and Phantom Menace in 1999, there is no possible way for you be at kid in 1977 and a teenager in 1999...
#161 to #159 - maulingo **User deleted account**
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(02/02/2013) [-]
It took a long time for me to see the first movie (I live in Denmark) (For you in the US it is a state in the country named Europe). I saw it for the first time on VHS with the same friend I went to see Phantom Menace with. So when I said "the first movies came out" I was lying out of my ass... I wasn't born untill 83. But the message in my argument stays the same.
#173 to #161 - atzekatze
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(02/02/2013) [-]
OK hej. Jeg er også dansker så der er ingen grund til at være flabet om det.
Min historie om Star Wars er den samme som din. ses
#154 to #124 - newfiefromhell **User deleted account**
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