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Star Trek is in every way superior to Star Wars.

Oh, way to nuke the ONT right from the top, WD!

Ginger and Mary Ann!

Read all… Subjects: added on 2017 May 4
Subjects: Star Trek, Star Wars

Didn't Captain Kirk manage to defeat one of those evil artificial intelligence takeovers by reading from the Collected Puns & Limericks of Seamus Muldoon?

Read all… Subjects: added on 2017 Mar 25
Subjects: puns, Star Trek

Meanwhile, 200 comments later, I return...

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Sep 9
Subjects: Star Trek, women

I've mentioned this before. I'm mentioning it again.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Sep 8
Subjects: Star Trek

I warned you I might be back. Took a long time to catch up on some 300 comments, but I did it. But, now it's time to check out.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Sep 3
Subjects: Mae West, music, Star Trek

Laurie David's Cervix: Living in the post ST:TNG era, by flipping the nacelle pylons to below the secondary hull, the ship gets a Federation/Klingon hybrid vibe.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jul 24
Subjects: Star Trek

Laurie David's Cervix: The new Trek TV series has a name and a ship: Star Trek: Discovery...

Can anyone watch that and not think of the similar scene from Galaxy Quest?

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jul 24
Subjects: Galaxy Quest, Star Trek

I'm so done with Star Trek and Star Wars I didn't bother reading the article.

I did, almost, accidentally, read someone's comment about the article.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jul 9
Subjects: Star Trek, Star Wars

Aetius451AD: Data... Well, he was FULLY functional.

With interchangeable appliance attachments, so they say.

speedster1: What, no toasters in space?

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jun 9
Subjects: Star Trek

Political Hat: There's a Star Trek TNG episode where Rike falls in love with an androgynous alien from a species that doesn't have different biological sexes.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jun 9
Subjects: Star Trek

All Hail Eris #208: Heck, the first episode of Lost in Space was semi-serious.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 May 7
Subjects: 1960s, Star Trek, television

Taiwan's Cold War legacy

On Vulcan we have a saying, "Only Nixon could sell out China."

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Mar 30
Subjects: Cold War, Richard Nixon, SCoaMF, Star Trek

The kids in that Roswell series had their secret lair in that same angled-up rock place. Little did Kirk suspect!

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Feb 2
Subjects: series, Star Trek

otho: The Rise Of The Machines...

Anna Puma: Which one? Colossus or Skynet?

Landru

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jan 16
Subjects: humor, science fiction, Star Trek

And, IIRC, Kirk never actually said "Beam me up, Scotty."

Not so sure, but I don't think Gracie ever responded to "Say good night, Gracie," with, "Good night, Gracie!"

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jan 9
Subjects: childhood memories, Star Trek

Insomniac: Nutloaf for Thanksgiving? You are not of the body...

Christmas, not Thanksgiving!

We had bacon with the brunch. Does that get me reinstated?

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Dec 27
Subjects: bacon, Christmas, cooking, Star Trek

Picard mistakenly saying "Lt. Broccoli."

Best Trek line ever.

And with that, I retire to mine holodeck.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Dec 22
Subjects: Solstice, Star Trek
Enrico Fermi
Urantiana

Is there other Intelligent Life "out there"? If not, why not? If so, will we ever contact them? Comparison of some ideas, science-fiction notions, and what The Urantia Book says.

Text added on 2015 Dec 14
Subjects: Urantia Papers, Isaac Asimov, Star Trek, extraterrestrial
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I confess to the guilty pleasure of watching the imitation-TOS series Star Trek Continues. Mostly, it's fun to see James Doohan's son playing Scotty.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Nov 3
Subjects: Star Trek

Oh, another ambush of reflugicans is happening? I'll try to contain my excitement.

I enjoy watching comments on AoS about it. That's as deep into it as I can get.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Oct 28
Subjects: Abe Lincoln, Star Trek, US Civil War

Star Trek: Where there is "no need for money".

That's because the only drink you could by is Synthehol™ - why bother?

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Sep 22
Subjects: Star Trek

Gotta quit.

Leave you with this, Trek fans:

Odd-numbered Beethoven symphonies don't suck, either.

Good night, Gracies!

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Sep 7
Subjects: Ludwig von Beethoven, numbers, Star Trek

chemjeff: oops Greek letter sock/off

It was fortuitous

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Sep 7
Subjects: online communication, Star Trek

* points, laughs at Xi's Trekky comment *

(kidding)

(but I really don't remember the movie)

_____

Anna!

Puma!

Anna!

Puma!

Anna!

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Sep 7
Subjects: Star Trek

I have a copy of a fan edit of Generations (that was the Kirk-Picard movie, right?) - with the Kirk/TOS parts edited out. I'd read that it made it kind-of a decent Trek Next Gen episode.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Sep 6
Subjects: Star Trek

I don't wish to join in kicking some has-been Star Trek actor with lingering sexual and other mental problems, but that is some tight work on the Takai graphic, Dianny. Seamless.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Jul 4
Subjects: Star Trek, race

StarTrek.com's article on Whitney.
http://bit.ly/startrek-whitney

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 May 4
Subjects: Star Trek

Spock's most memorable moment

http://youtu.be/Gr82dZpCr48

Leonard Nimoy in a pop culture clash

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Feb 28
Subjects: Star Trek

Daughter was mentioning today that someone told her about Nimoy's lamentable musical release, which included a song about hobbits. Then I pulled up that video and played it for her cold.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Feb 27
Subjects: Star Trek

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