Nice - Good Score!
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
That's a pretty HUGE generlization there jaybird... Not all poor are drunks, gambling addicted, wasteful douches... I'd say quite the opposite, but it's the minority that are cited as the "general" behavior.
Personally... It's the wastefulness of those with, rather than those without, that bothers me... People who drive across the street in their Humvee to pick up a loaf of bread they forgot to get on the way home because they're too lazy to make a list... Then run their kids to soccer and home, but forgot to pick up detergent so they go BACK out...
Jeff, that's not a bad theory. A good way to test it would be to see what type of clamshell the Grievous exclusive gets. Since Target tends to be the only brick & mortar that gets exclusives with clamshells, it would make sense for them to want to protect against figure swapping. Granted then that gives them justification to bump up the costs, which hurts the honest buyers.
Hahahaha... it's bad to say, but I have no pity for people who are stupid enough to fall for **** like that. The hard to find "Sega" variant? He doesn't have Sega on him anywhere...
Aside from the lack of articulation, I think POTJ will probably go down as the favorite segment of the modern line in many people's eyes. Hasbro really catered to fans during this period, and they had to, after the near K.O. that followed EP1 at retail. They don't seem hardly as interested in maintaining a good relationship with their base nowadays (more like they're exploiting it) and so maybe the figures are 'better', but not as fun.