You saw a kid on the playground who liked something you didn't, and you proceeded to call him names, and attack him for not conforming. Which oddly enough probably happened to you for liking Star Wars when you were a kid.
This might be the case for you, (and me as well) but for many of the first generation SW fans on here, that probably won't be the case.
And don't even get me started on their ungratefulness.Refusing to just accept change, or even dislike change and admit that the creator or your beloved series should still be respected, you again childishly lash out at George Lucas merely because he's doing with his movies what he has the right to do. It's like a bunch of children, waking up on Christmas morning with a bountiful mass of presents underneath the Christmas tree. But when they find out that they didn't get the exact present that they wanted, they shout at their parents "I hate you! I'm never talking to you again!" It really is quite amusing, and one of the few times that OT bigots can actually contribute something to society.
It's more like if your parents promised you a new and improved version of present you had worn out, and instead gave you a really shitty version that ruined the present. And then no matter how politely you asked, they never replaced your present with a new one that was the same as the one you liked. BTW, many members here bought the 97SE and the DVD's and the blu-rays (and the prequels) even though they weren't the ones they wanted, so I hardly think we're being pouty.
You're interested in conforming to a single opinion based on vapid fanboyism and nostalgia. "Resistance is futile, you must assimilate!" ;)
Fanboyism? No one here has ever been banned for defending the PT. Meanwhile, on TFN...
Also, I grew up with the first two prequels and the SE's. I don't think they're the worst movies ever, but I hugely prefer the OOT despite having just as much nostalgia for the newer. There are quite a few members here who aren't old enough to have seen the originals in theaters when they came out, but aren't thick-skulled enough to deny their value and especially their historic importance. The originals changed movie-making and story-telling forever. The prequels... Well, their legacy has yet to be seen... But... my money's on "not as good as the originals."
So please, please go ahead. Insult me. Make fun of me. Makes jokes about prequel fans merely for being prequel fans. I look forward to laughing my ass of at my keyboard at your bigotry and rage.
I'm sorry we couldn't make you laugh.