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That article existing does give us great opportunity for some rye comments, though.

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Obi-Wan's clone would obviously be:

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31 minutes ago, The Choc said:

The point is it doesn't matter at this point. Why do you care if someone else thinks Lucas involvement was less than either it really was or less than you think? The quotes you posted for the most part don't prove anything anyway. Back then it was good for the EU for fans to think Lucas had involvement.  When asked about it no one was going to say "he don't give a shit." Which Im not even saying is the case, just saying thats not what anyone is going to say. 

Why do you care if he cares?  Why do you care so much that you have to ask him all the time? If it doesn't matter, then why does your question matter?

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Well none of it really matters, LOL. I don't think Ive ever asked him this "all the time." In fact Im not sure we ever really talked about this before. Maybe we did? All Im really saying to him is if he likes the stories he likes the stories. Thats it and thats good enough. He doesn't and shouldn;t have to justify it to himself or anyone else by "proving" Lucas level of involvement or knowledge or approval. 

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Choc, what you're failing to realize is that Tank and I were engaged in a conversation. When two people are engaged in a conversation about a certain topic, there is mutual interest in the subject at hand. That is different from caring what everyone else thinks, like your opinion that Lucas' involvement was one big conspiracy theory.

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