Geewhillickers, Rusted Halo, Fanboys is a movie. It's not real, is it? And sometimes people, especially in movies, do silly things and act like children. It might still bother me though, but most films I see I don't love unconditionally. I actually sort of enjoy *thinking* about movies, and noting where I like them, and where I don't. In fact, I was planning to come to the Fanboys/Pegwarmers event and bring out the Jedi costume for it. What would stop me from doing so is not a silly scene in a movie, but if *you guys* start putting down someone else's fandom that you happen to not share. If *you guys* laugh at people for liking something other than SW, or imply that anyone outside your clique is second-class. Believe me, if I'm with primarily Trek fans, or whatever, and there's insults about SW fans, I stand up and represent too. It's fine to like one universe better than another, but it's not fine to dislike their fans. There's a difference. Geez, most of us are nerds, geeks, weirdoes - people who have struggled with acceptance all our lives. SF/fantasy/comic fandom is a place that we can be welcome, find people who share not just our fandoms, but a similar outlook and experience. How silly is it to seek out division within it by ridiculing other fans, instead of supporting our geek brothers and sisters? So - anyone manage to brave the line-ups last night and see Star Trek? Like I say, it was good. Looking forward to the Pegwarmers/Fanboys double feature! It's a good summer to be a fan.