Re-imagining Star Wars

With the Kathleen Kennedy driven Disney Star Wars movies a pattern has emerged.  Strong female characters are the new heroes.  In fact, they are born great, unlike previous generations of male heroes who were forged through struggle and effort.  Naturally enough, there are lots of new action toys built around these characters and their equipment.  This is the kind of thing that Disney does, and in thes case, Disney did.

So I have an idea.  Now that all of the old characters have been killed off (“let it die”), there should be new characters.  To bring balance to the Farce, the new male characters should be princes (not like “The Artist”, the one who ODed a few years ago, real princes), or at least prince like characters.  They each would have in inordinately large package, There would be many outfits available for sale, with lots of fashion accessories available also.  Of course, these accessories will not include anything like a blaster; those are reserved for the new female heroes.

Appealing to parents with ad campaigns suggesting that such Disney Star Wars Prince toys were the wave of the future for boys will get them off the shelves and into boys hands.  After all, what fine parent would not want to operate in the new culturally correct manner?  Disney makes money.

What could go wrong?

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52 comments on “Re-imagining Star Wars
  1. Yoda says:

    “Bring balance to the Farce”



  2. earl says:

    They shouldn’t have prince Star Wars characters…they should have the MGTOW Star Wars characters.

    While the wimminz are off fighting the bad guys with all their empowerment that was somehow bestowed upon them…the male characters would have accessories like a fishing pole, an old car to restore, golf clubs, or a quiet place of residence.

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  3. Yoda says:

    Yes, much money to be made from accessories there would be.
    Disney stockholder care they might


  4. Yoda says:

    Perhaps the inspiration for the SJW droid she was


  5. earl says:

    Real or fake?

    ‘Congregation Prays Graduating Senior Be Protected From Basic Secular Arguments They Never Bothered To Prepare Her For’

    “You’re about to leave us and enter the belly of the secular beast,” said youth pastor Wilbur Coburn. “Your deeply held beliefs that you have never had questioned and are mostly professed out of obedience to your parents will be challenged like never before. We haven’t prepared you for this onslaught, but we are going to remedy that right now with sixty seconds of ceremonial prayer.”

    Sarah Henson asked, “What are some of the arguments? Can you give me just a brief overview of—” but was cut off as the prayer began.

    “God, Sarah is gonna learn about a lot of worldviews that seem fairly rational to someone who has never really thought outside of our little bubble here—arguments that cause the average young believer to reconsider their entire belief system. But you are the God who defies all understanding. Those arguments out there in academia may be big, but you are bigger. Therefore, we send her off with complete confidence that—despite our not having ever even gone over the basic rationale behind what kinds of challenges she will face in a secular university, or why we even find our own faith to be supported by anything but blind feelings—you are a God of miracles, a God who can bring all things to those who will ask of you…” prayed Lead Pastor Martin Kennison as his hand rested on Henson’s shoulder.’


  6. SFC Ton says:

    I still have trouble wrapping my head around the stars wars movie ( or any fictional movie) being a big deal culturally


  7. Yoda says:


    Big deal to me Star Wars is


  8. mgtowhorseman says:

    Nails it.

    The franchise is the death of the movie star.

    No longer going to see a John Wayne movie, its going to see a Xmen movie.

    Basically writers got lazy, cannot be bothered writing anything original so stick to formula or canon.

    Godfather, Goonies, Jaws, Field of Dreams, Airport (original w Dean Martin), even the Ghost and Mr Chicken would not get made now.

    Hell Skyscrapper is just the Towering Inferno meets Die Hard 1.


  9. Yoda says:

    Challenge Ton I do

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  10. SFC Ton says:


    If you have roids why would you need the force?


  11. Farm Boy says:

    So apparently “Disney Princes” doesn’t have much enthusiasm from the audience…


  12. earl says:

    This observation is like a lay up.


  13. I wonder if Disney will get it after the latest movie did so poorly?


  14. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently they are

    Randolph also reports that Disney is fully aware of the real problem. Kennedy was never a Star Wars fan, she resented that it was targeted at boys, and decided to blow up what worked (which she hated) and remake the franchise into a politicized female empowerment vehicle aimed at Social Justice Warriors.

    The result, though, is that her strident politics turned off the true fans. Meanwhile, Social Justice Warriors don’t buy enough toys (sales are waaaay down), and selling toys is supposed to be a no-brainer rainmaker every bit as lucrative as the films.

    What Disney has figured out, according to Randolph, is that Kennedy’s utterly stupid decision to inject her divisive politics into what is supposed to be a fantasy movie, a two hour trip to another galaxy far, far away, has turned the most four-quadrant of four-quadrant movies into something that is not only ignoring two of those quadrants (kids and the older fans) but alienating them — which is death to any product.

    On Kennedy’s side is the fact she has been a very successful producer for decades and that three of her four Star Wars films have made a ton of money. But the same is true of the DC franchise. Man of Steel, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, and Batman vs. Superman all made a ton of money. The only flop is Justice League, which still made almost twice as much as Solo.

    Nevertheless, despite four hits and just one flop, everyone knows the DC brand is in deep trouble, and no one is afraid to talk about it because the problem is a creative one.

    Star Wars is different because the problem is political. No one wants to talk about the problem (except during super-secret, heavily guarded conference calls) because no one — and this includes Disney and the left-wing entertainment media — has the maturity to publicly admit that pushing a left-wing political agenda has been so rejected it is killing what everyone believed was the most durable and bulletproof brand in all of movies.

    Disney now has two big problems on its hands. The first is Episode IX, the final chapter in this latest trilogy. According to Randolph, Kennedy has no say in the movie. Abrams has assumed full creative control, but Kennedy’s fingerprints are all over the script, which was finalized before Disney figured out she is killing the golden goose.

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  15. mgtowhorseman says:

    Perfect timing

    “Pass the popcorn, my address is…”

    Canada’s once immense movie chain now home delivering popcorn, snacks.


  16. Farm Boy says:

    The Kentucky Kernel reports that while UK is keeping the low evidence standard of “preponderance” – a common reaction by universities to the DeVos interim guidance – it is junking a provision that lets accusers appeal “not responsible” findings in favor of the accused.

    Double jeopardy is banned in U.S. courts but not uncommon in Title IX proceedings. A recent survey found it’s popular with students when the subject is sexual-misconduct investigations. Such a provision is reportedly responsible for at least one attempted suicide by an accused student.

    The university is also requiring findings of sexual assault to be unanimous among the three-member disciplinary panels. Before June 18, when the revised policy took effect, students could be found responsible with only two out of three panel members in agreement.


  17. Farm Boy says:

    The University of Redlands offers a course that serves as a “safe space” to critique masculinity, focusing on concepts like “homophobia,” “gender roles,” and “competition.”


  18. Farm Boy says:

    Amid rising tensions with Israel, Hamas is trying a new tactic to attack Israel: weaponized condoms.

    Yes, really. Hamas is using condoms to create some of their arson balloons to set fires to the Israeli farms and communities surrounding the Gaza Strip


  19. Farm Boy says:

    Sweden is set to open the country’s first “LGBT-certified” sports stadium with dressing rooms and bathroom facilities specially adapted to be inclusive of everyone “regardless of gender identity”.


  20. Farm Boy says:

    Actor Robert Kazinsky has apologized for sending an unsolicited photo of his genitals to an actress in 2007. The apology comes just ahead of his break out role in the upcoming Marvel superhero film, Captain Marvel.


  21. Farm Boy says:

    [Make you think that the country elected the right candidate it does]

    Liked by 1 person

  22. earl says:

    Looks more like they are screaming through their mouths…just above where the voice box is located.

    Showing their vaginas to some perv cameraman for attention is just dumb.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. earl says:

    This is one of Boxer’s best.

    ‘The Good Woman’

    ‘I always try to be forthright about what I’m not qualified to write about. For example, I’m not an attorney, who practices in whatever town you live in. Laws vary from city to city. If you have a legal problem, then you need to go see a local pro. I do often comment on general legal trends, but I do so as an outside observer.

    Other things I’m not qualified to give advice on include psychoanalysis, furry fandom, and having a happy marriage. I will often mention such stuff, but I have no training or professional experience in these disciplines, and if you need advice on any of it, you can wander off to make an appointment to talk to Jordan Peterson, or Derek, or some other qualified man, who can give you sound advice.

    The advice I attempt to leave here is for America’s most underserved demographic: young men. I tell them the truth about the women they are after. One general truth is that women aren’t magic. The pouty-eyed brunette you’ve been obsessing over, who posts high angle selfies to instagram all day… she’s the female equivalent of the fat guy who spends all his free time playing World of Warcraft.’

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  24. earl says:

    [Somehow seems appropriate the following image does]

    Liked by 3 people

  25. Captain Marvel is going to be the MCU’s first Soylo.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Farm Boy says:

    A University of Michigan-Flint professor is calling for a Title IX investigation at Northeastern University in response to a column by one of the school’s professors that openly advocated hatred against men.

    Mark Perry, a professor of economics and finance at University of Michigan-Flint, submitted a request earlier this month to Northeastern’s Title IX department staff in response to sociology Professor Suzanna Walters’ Washington Post op-ed titled “Why can’t we hate men?”

    In the op-ed, Walters, who is also director of Northeastern’s Women’s, Gender and Sexual Studies Program, wrote that it is “logical to hate men,” implying that if women do not hate men, they are not real feminists. She also suggested that in order for men to truly help push female equality they must “vote for feminist women only. Don’t run for office. Don’t be in charge of anything. Step away from the power.”

    “And please know that your crocodile tears won’t be wiped away by us anymore. We have every right to hate you,” she added.

    In an email to Northeastern, a copy of which was obtained by The College Fix, Perry argues that Walters violated the school’s own “Policy on Equal Opportunity” which “prohibits discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, religious creed, genetic information, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, veteran or disability status.”

    “She has not only publically demonized and belittled all males at Northeastern University, she called out publically for the universal hatred of all men, including all men at your university,” he wrote. “That makes Ms. Walters a confirmed sexist and bigot in violation of Title IX and your university’s own stated policies that prohibit such discrimination.”

    Perry suggested that Northeastern should prevent Walters from teaching male students, or have sway on decisions relating to male colleagues in her department, and be forced to partake in diversity training/anger management courses to address her sexism.

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    In an interview with IGN published this week, Mark Hamill discussed the “tragic” trajectory of his iconic character Luke Skywalker as portrayed by Rian Johnson in “The Last Jedi,” which kills off Skywalker after presenting him as almost the antithesis of the idealistic, hope-filled champion of the light that endeared him to millions of fans over decades.

    “There’s just such a huge gap between ‘Return of the Jedi’ and ‘Force Awakens,’ I had to really contemplate that,” Hamill told IGN’s Joe Skrebels. “I said, ‘Hey, how did I go from being the most optimistic, positive character to this cranky, suicidal man who wants people to get off his island?'”


  28. Cill says:


    I drafted a post. Please schedule it for whichever day suits. The queue stretches into November!

    [Appear soon it will]

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  29. Cill says:

    LOL Earl 11:29 pm

    The donkey looks dumb. The elephant looks like he knows what he’s doing, he’s shafting the donkey and that’s a fact.


  30. Cill says:

    That’s a small elephant. I wonder if he’ll still be doing that when he grows up?


  31. earl says:

    Trump has done two things…he’s shown how utterly weak and dysfunctional the Democrats are, and is slowly uncucking the Republican party.

    Now who knows how long that’ll last…but I hope it’s long enough to make a dent in the downward slide.


  32. earl says:

    I hope he does run for re-election…just so I can see what he does to continue MAGA and exposing more globohomo clowns. Even some countries in Europe are finding their balls again.


  33. earl says:

    Who knew how bigoted they are.


  34. Farm Boy says:

    How did we get here? Two tracks converged to deliver us this dysfunction. The first is narrowly political. The Democrats, confident that they were on the right side of history, thought there was no harm in accelerating the rush to total victory. For years, Democrats practiced the rule that all is fair in judicial-confirmation battles, starting with the war on Judge Robert Bork in 1987. Then, under the leadership of Barack Obama and then–Senate majority leader Harry Reid, they did away with the filibuster on judicial appointments short of the Supreme Court, opening the door for Republicans to nudge it slightly more wide open.

    The second track is longer. Starting over a century ago, progressives began emphasizing ends over means. If the Supreme Court could deliver wins unattainable at the ballot box and unsupported by the Constitution, so be it. Thus was born the “living Constitution” — the doctrine that holds that the magical parchment should mean whatever progressives need it to mean at any moment. This was how Anthony Kennedy became an (apparently temporary) gay-rights hero. After consulting his feelings, he found a constitutional right no one had found in the text before.


  35. Farm Boy says:

    NEW YORK, NY—Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was elated when reports broke that she had won the Democratic primary for her district, defeating long-term incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley Tuesday.

    But the democratic socialist was disappointed to discover that her win would be revoked by the DNC after all votes for her were confiscated and more equally distributed between the two candidates. Democrat officials quickly sent Ocasio-Cortez a bill for her vote earnings, which included a hefty tax on her 15,000+ votes, which would be dispensed more evenly between Ocasio-Cortez and Crowley, as the DNC saw fit.


  36. mgtowhorseman says:

    A guy asked me out and I said no. I wanted him to try harder. Why didnt he try again?

    No means no!
    Its the law!

    Trying again means jail.

    Stupid bitch!!

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  37. SFC Ton says:

    A guy asked me out and I said no. I wanted him to try harder. Why didnt he try again?

    Because there are other bitches to fuck

    Any rate that’s what i told the girl when she asked me a very similar question 2’ish years after saying no to a date.

    The Ton has shit to do and ain’t particularly interested in slowing just because some hatchet wound wants to play silly games.


  38. earl says:

    She wants a guy to beg for her presence for her own ego…not to get a date.

    When they get their hot air balloon popped…the should learn a lesson.


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