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That is a point much argued over.  Many say yes.  I fail to see what you're trying to achieve with your weird tangents of justifying the prequel trilogy's plot points. Some people didn't like it.  Accept it.
Who on earth said that?  It's like you're arguing with imaginary people.
I would wager that a greater proportion of straight-to-rental movies are financially successful than theatrical releases.
 You know of a war veteran who knowingly and purposefully massacred a school of children?  If so, I suggest you talk to the authorities because that is a very serious war crime.
What's a BIG TIME movie?
Also, they didn't fire him (they didn't renew his contract, not the same thing), and they haven't made any announcement about the future of Top Gear.   Plus, Clarkson is an ass, always has been an ass, and should've been removed from TV years ago.
I wasn't proposing a different system, I was taking issue with what I see as a problematic qualification of why the free market is universally better than the public sector. To your post, every other business?   Police?  Fire service?  Coast guard?  Army?  Navy?  Air force?  Road building?  Bridge building?  Rail?  Metro?  Legal aid?  Watchdogs?   I don't even slightly agree with you.
Perfectly phrased, I may borrow that, thanks! 
 The Code of Hammurabi made murder illegal and predates the Mosaic Laws.
 Actually I think most people who know Apple's history would acknowledge that a very large part of Apple's success is down to Mr Cook's running of operations.  That's what got Apple back in the black in the first place, many years ago, and what enabled them to excel and to continue to excel. Steve Jobs didn't invent Apple's products on his own, but Tim Cook spearheaded the lean machine that is Apple's operations on his own.  Tim Cooks genius is on a par with Steve Jobs,...
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