I'm not actually boycotting it or anything, I just decided not to see it.
My wife keeps saying that I refuse to go and see it because I believe the world will come to an end.
Do I actually think that the world will end if I see RoTS?
I answer that question with another:
Am I afraid of zombies?
(on second thought... I'll just take the fifth)
Lately, I have watched a number of movies(I have a BlockBuster movie pass). Most of them have been, for lack of a better term, crap.
As for TV, the only show I find funny is Family Guy. I couldn't stomach "American Dad". Simpsons and Futurama are okay. I watch Spongebob and Fairly Oddparents when I get up in the morning, and they have their moments, but not many.
So, I'm sort of "burned out" on TV and Movies. I've been told I should return to reading, but I have neither the money nor the time to dedicate to this.
And in circumstances such as these, for a former Star Wars megafan such as myself, watching RoTS is just not a good idea.
And for Harry Potter folks... I have always disliked any magic system that involves the equivalent of "Bibbity, Bobbity, Boo" as the spell casting method, so you can go and take a flying leap. I'm not interested in your books.
Historically, I have read Heinlein, Asimov, Anthony, Robert Anton Wilson, Weis & Hickman, and many of the early Star Wars books. I have completely read LoTR.
I have found that I have some interest in the NLT of the Bible, so I read that from time to time.
I think I may be overstimulated.
I think this is how ADD starts...
What was I saying?