No, I read every word of it, but I still don't understand what Ahsoka has to do with why Disney bought Star Wars, and why they'll have a male main protagonist and market it to 7 to 13-year-old boys. It seemed like you were making a point with her on something that I wasn't aware was under dispute. It's Darth Vader. He's evil. Although there was still good in him. You know there's very good reasons for this, right. 1) She's the most action-oriented main female character in the history of Star Wars. She's not a princess or queen or senator, she's a Jedi (or Padawan or whatever). And 2) she's on TV every week, therefore she's had more exposure (screen time-wise) than all of the other main female characters in Star Wars combined. And not to say that this diminishes her as a character in any way, just stating the facts. And again, that's my point. Disney makes a fortune off of their princess stuff. Not so much though when it comes to the boys market, nowhere near that, in fact. And that's why they bought Marvel and Star Wars. And that's why they're going to market Star Wars to boys. So they'll continue to make a ton with girls stuff, and hope to start raking it in with boys stuff, too. And again, that's why they bought Marvel and Star Wars. They didn't really have anything other than Pirate movies every few years, now they're going to have something probably every year, and multiple times every year. Since you understand all of this, what are we debating about?