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Watching Star Wars III: Birth of Darth Vader Revenge of the Sith brings up a question I have often asked myself. (It's along the lines of my question, "How can you tell me what color a person's eyes are if it's dark?")

My question is (change details to fit the movie): Why, in a universe where you have the ability to skip quickly across the galaxy, droids are fighting battles and serving coffee, and gravity has been conquered - why, in that universe, do you not have painless childbirth???

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That.... is a very good question! O_O Seems like those advanced midwife droids would be designed with some miracle pain killer injection in their fingers or something..

This Is George Lucas

Yeah, that Death by Childbirth was ridiculous.

I guess, like here on earth, most Research and Development money in the Star Wars universe is spent on GUY STUFF. Rockets and weapons and clone soldiers, oh my. Who cares if your wife dies in childbirth? You can always get another one. PFF.

Lucas is an idiot. I used to think he was great until he started releasing his later crap. Some of his stuff is just painful to watch. He's got the sensibilities and sense of humor of a 13-year old boy.