Used to be much better. These days its a race to see which side hits the logical extreme line first or who can parse a post without actually addressing the point. I still browse the threads in hopes of finding something that looks like well considered reasonable debate and discourse but at the end of the day its too much like talk radio.
http://www.greensboro.com/news/guilford-county-shelter-director-suspended-as-investigations-proceed/article_50a3f96d-ad39-5123-91fa-296692b9bf50.html And now the shelters director is suspended with pay.
As someone who just sat through the whole set recently Ill offer my take on order more than age appropriateness. While I powered through the series on a rainy Sunday and you're not likely going to try that and my thoughts are not things your 5y/o is likely to pick up on it might help your enjoyment. I watched 1-6. I say watch them in release order (4,5,6,1,2,3). There is a bit of a disconnect from what Ben Kenobi tells Luke about his history with Luke's father that is less pronounced when its a part of the first movie and not smack in the middle of the story. When you've just sat through 9 hours of that history it makes Ben look like a forgetful old man and not someone who could feel Alderan getting smoked. For that matter Ben just doesn't stack up well next to the Obi Wan character so put some separation between them. There is a real attempt to make a smooth visual transition in costume and environment from 6 to 1 but when you watch them back to back its jarring. Likewise the effects take a substantial hit and it feels like it went from Summer Blockbuster to Direct to DVD. By watching in release order you get a smoother experience and the call back to the styles feels like a nice homage instead of a bad splice. However there is one very compelling reason to go 1-6. It doesn't put the best of the six movies second on the list. At least if you do them chronologically you can tell yourself while you're suffering through the first 3 that at least you still have Empire to enjoy.