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  1. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    Star Wars: Fantasy or Science Fiction?
  2. Stackpole_The_Hobbit Force Ghost

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    Space opera.

    Science Fantasy?

    For me, Sci fi. I can't read that fantasy stuff. All the walking...

    ROTK or ROTJ?
  3. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    I used to think that, but in truth fantasy extends beyond the high fantasy, old world wizards, swords and magic. Sci-Fi is anything that tries to explain the universe around it in scientific, or something like it, terms. Thus, Star Trek, with the intricate workings of a warp core and phaser being mapped out, is Sci-Fi, while Classic Trilogy SW would be fantasy with its mystical energy fields and unexplained technologies, like hyperdrives and lightsabers. However, thanks to GL and his midicholorians, SW is starting to venture closer to actual science fiction. Of course, that's just my opinion.

    Since I haven't read ROTK yet, I'll have to go with ROTJ

    Salt or pepper?
  4. WedgesOtherNephew Jedi Master

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    Pepper

    Sports Cars: Porsche or Ferrari

  5. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    Porsche

    Digital or analog watch?
  6. Buckaroo_Banzai Jedi Knight

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    Analog.

    Battle for Hoth or Battle for Geonosis?

    Also, Star Wars: Fantasy or Sci-Fi? Neither. Religion.

  7. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    Hoth

    Star Wars counts as a religion in the UK now, but here in the boring ole USA, it still only counts as an obsession. :(

    :p

    With seafood: fries or hushpuppies?
  8. Stackpole_The_Hobbit Force Ghost

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    Fish and Chips, no other.

    And that's also in New Zealand. :p

    Australian accents or Russian? :p
  9. WedgesOtherNephew Jedi Master

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    Austrlalian, mate.

    And a bit of trivia to go with that. Who said "I have an affinity for beachfront property." in reference to that particular continent? I'll take the actor or the character portrayed.

    Battle of Yavin or Battle of Endor

  10. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    Yavin, always Yavin, but Endor was good in its own right. Although Ackbar's "It's a trap" is a bit cheesy these days.

    Vampire Hunter or Dragon Slayer?
  11. Stackpole_The_Hobbit Force Ghost

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    Vampire hunter, because Dragons = Teh :cool:

    "The" or "Teh"? :p
  12. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    Teh

    Lethal Weapon 4 or Aliens: Resurrection?
  13. DarthJurist Admin Emeritus

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    Lethal Weapon 4


    Leno or Letterman?

  14. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    Letterman just for the top ten.

    Stackpole's Wedge, the responsible commander, or Allston's Wedge, just one of the guys but still the leader?
  15. Buckaroo_Banzai Jedi Knight

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    Stackpole.

    Tale of Two Cities or Crime and Punishment?

    I'm going to guess on the beachfront property? Buy for a little and sell for a lot. The question is how to make the property more valuable between the time you buy it and the time you sell it.

    I don't need a geography lesson, Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman).
  16. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    Tale of Two Cities

    Michael Keaton's Batman or Val Kilmer's?
  17. WedgesOtherNephew Jedi Master

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    Val Kilmer's, I liked Keaton and the original film, but Kilmer's interaction with O'Donnell was very well done IMO.

    B_B...You are right. It was Lex From Superman I. You are not a diseased maniac.

    8-}

    Airspeeder or Podracer
  18. Stackpole_The_Hobbit Force Ghost

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    Airspeeder.

    PrEUquel or OriginEUl?
  19. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    OriginEUl. Both Approaching Storm and Rogue Planet have put me to sleep and made me weary of reading Cloak of Deception.

    Asperin or Tylenol?
  20. TC517 Jedi Master

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    Tylenol.

    Atari or NES?
  21. WedgesOtherNephew Jedi Master

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    NES...I'm old school, but not that old school!!

    :)

    Tombstone or Digiorno
  22. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    Tombstone. After a while, the rising crust just didn't taste that good anymore.

    Laser or inkjet printers?
  23. Buckaroo_Banzai Jedi Knight

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    Laser. What advantage could a inkjet have (other than cost)?

    Otisburg or Marina de Lex?

  24. finaljump Jedi Knight

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    I haven't seen them used, so I don't know the quality of them, but there are color laser printers, so inkjet has lost one ofits former great advantages. Due to the extreme cost of color laser printers (like you pointed out), the only advantages inkjet have left are low cost of units and (depending on the brand) cheap ink.

    Marina de Lex

    X-Box or Gamecube?

  25. Preachrman007 Jedi Knight

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    X-Box. Technologically superior in every way.

    Peanuts: Honey Roasted or Salted?
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