20 thoughts on “The Force Awakens

  1. Randy Ewing

    for ashame ,Alan Byrne for shame

    unless youre 9, then good lad for the topical reference

    but more likely for ashame ,Alan Byrne for shame, youre a grown up leave your childhood toys behind you.

        1. pedeyw

          It’s pretty fair to assume Jabba, a major player in Tatooine politics and trade and a gangster is also implementing the taxes. I’m not welcome.

          1. fmong

            Jabba actually won the contract to collect for Tattoine Water.. he’d be doing a great job too but these pesky rebels won’t let him read the bloody meters…

          2. fmong

            FYI Tatoinne Water is run by Jabba’s cousin Philip The Hut, bloody jobs for the boys.. uh.. aliens..

          3. ahjayzis

            Is this Jabba fella any relation to Gordola the Hutt, our former Minister for *hic* Health?

  2. TheDude

    I felt a great disturbance in the Water, as if millions of crony corporate voices suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced.

  3. Drogg

    Em why would the Lars family have to pay taxes? they are moisture farmers and use evaporators to collect moisture from the air and sell it, so in reality the Lars family are the ones charging for the water no one else.

    1. Clampers Outside!

      Yes, but…. one can be charged for water collection, and that may be called a ‘tax’. Just like it is illegal in many parts of America to collect rain water…. just might be the answer….

    2. Stewart Curry

      Maybe it’s like a feudal thing, where they have to give Jabba a certain % of the water they collect, but they already pay their landspeeder tax and sand tax and feel like this is just paying twice.

  4. Armitage Shanks

    Who’d be a moisture farmer on Tattoine anyways?

    Nothing but dust, smelly jawas and then youve sand people destroying your moisture harvesters and then on top of that, Jabba requiring protection “taxes” one would suspect that had that red droid not had a bad motivator that Uncle Owen and young Luke would have gotten on with collecting the harvest and welcomed the Empire with open arms, bringing justice and protection to your tax paying citizen.

    Pint a blue milk and half one on a Saturday night down in Toshi Station is about the best you’d hope for.

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