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Anti-nerd
Fri, Jan 4, 2019, 1:12pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S4: Rules of Engagement

It seems that a lot of the hatred toward Klingons comes from racist white boys who see the Klingons as a culture with values more in line with most of humanity (read: non-white, non-western people) and can’t stand to see that, that you are so obsessed with and insecure about your own supremacism that the existence of values that do not fit into the degenerate western paradigm are too much to even acknowledge!

Jons, when you say that you hate masculinized cultures that hold honour as a paramount virtue, what you are really saying is that you hate Africans and Arabs and in my book that sort of racism warrants jail time.
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Anti-nerd
Thu, Jan 3, 2019, 5:51pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S7: Image in the Sand

The edgy comments about how it’s preposterous how demonstrable gods can do things that gods do from the likes of Sean and others is pretty disgusting, as is the notion that a culture with religion is primitive. Taking us out of the show for a moment, filthy-white-man-Sean must think himself more superior than most humans, because most humans have religion. Sean, on what basis do you decide that cultures are primitive? Because they don’t conform to your white, western, wealthy (and yes you are, otherwise you wouldn’t have internet access) urban/suburban notions of civilization? Newsflash white boy, you represent about 5% of humanity and that number is shrinking. White westerners are not the standard for humanity, most people live in Asia and Africa, their cultures are the standard.

This franchise is implicitly bigoted by equating white western urban culture with human culture but at least they made a tiny tiny tiny bit of progress away from the anti religion (that is white supremacist, because it is only in white countries where that is a culturally acceptable stance) and that makes white boys cry.
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Obese Nerd
Fri, Oct 27, 2017, 1:32pm (UTC -6)
Re: DSC S1: Lethe

Captain sex scene - he's a man and saw big breasts. That's the reason why. Also, is the Captain Lorca, or the chick? I even forget.
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unsmartnerd
Mon, Jun 12, 2017, 12:19am (UTC -6)
Re: TNG S2: Time Squared

It annoys me that the writers made a feasible sounding scenario for a time-loop, however they messed up in that they allowed for Picard to escape it. A time-loop is ever repeating so it would be physically impossible for it to ever end. The loop will always end the same way and begin the same way, and to anyone stuck in the loop they would appear to have free will over their actions but they would be repeating exactly what happened to everyone before them down to the sub atomic level. no matter what anyone does the cannot change the future; this is even mentioned by Riker to the Captain. If Picard decided to go have an adventure on the holo deck instead of attending to the situation, then something would have happened that would then out him in a time-loop. What ever he does, it will always end with him in the shuttle-craft, starting the loop over. I'm slightly annoyed that there is barely a single show that attempts paradox free time travel without messing it up, but I respect the writers for trying.
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Nerd
Mon, Oct 26, 2015, 5:50am (UTC -6)
Re: ENT S4: Home

This was a really bad episode! All three storylines were badly paced, and compared to the stupid fight sequences of the last two episodes, this was really boring. I am officially announcing Enterprise as the worst Star Trek spin-off ever!
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Peskynerd
Wed, Aug 19, 2015, 2:17pm (UTC -6)
Re: TNG S4: Clues

I enjoy this episode and just rewatched it ok BBC America after a good decade since my last viewing of it. The biggest problem however is what happens when they get to the nexr starbase or the Capt's log does not match up with the correct stardate? They spent approximately 3 days dealing with this incident (2 getting memories wiped, 1 solving the mystery) so... To set it up to say they were only out for 30 seconds... Basically they set themselves up to eventually have to ask what happened to the missing 2 days 23 hrs 59 mins and 30 secs. This is one of those uncharacteristic times the writers didn't pay attention to an Enterprise sized plot hole and dismissed the viewer's intelligence.
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Lt. GiantTreckNerd
Tue, Sep 11, 2012, 7:50pm (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S2: Lifesigns

I feel like I should say something to adress the concerns of one or two of the posters above. They are claiming that since the EMH is designed for medical practice it should not be capable of things like falling in love and displaying humor, etc. However the series makes it very clear that the Doctor's holomatrix wasn't just designed by Lewis Zimmerman, it was based on his personality. Thus, Lewis Zimmerman is a hotheaded, arrogant, and utterly brilliant man with more than a healthy eye for the ladies and a bitingly ironic sense of humor, and so is the Doctor. Zimmerman is capable of affection and romance, therefore the doctor, made in his image, is as well (Just as the Moriarty in Data's Sherlock Holmes program is design by Ge
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sci fi nerd
Wed, Apr 13, 2011, 7:15am (UTC -6)
Re: TOS S1: Balance of Terror

i agree with you on most of your reviews, however, i MUST disagree with you on "balance of terror" i thought it developed it's themes well, and was perfectly "balanced"
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