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Thierafhal
Tue, Dec 18, 2018, 10:57am (UTC -6)
Re: TNG S6: Timescape

I'm not sure I buy the cutsie scene at the beginning of the episode where Picard, Data, LaForge and Troi are discussing the conference. At this point in Data's character arc, I find it hard to believe he was taking everything Troi said literally. He may not understand the humor of the empirical Interspecies Mating Ritual joke, or the humor of a lecture being so boring as to practically put people to sleep, but I think he'd gather from Troi's tone, that she was being ironic.
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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi
Mon, Dec 17, 2018, 2:11am (UTC -6)
Re: DSC S2: General Discussion

That's not what happened.

The only true portion of what Jammer said is this:

"An argument broke out in this thread earlier which devolved into two users sniping at each other for about two dozen posts"

That immensely silly argument was deleted, and rightly so.

Afterwards, one of the users (me) wrote a reply in a different tone. In that comment I've also thanked Jammer for his deletion of the silly argument mentioned earlier.

This comment of mine was promptly deleted.

I've tried to post it again, *while promising Jammer that this will be my last post on the matter*, and it got promptly deleted again.

I've wrote Jammer an e-mail saying that it isn't fair to let someone accuse me of belittiling people without allowing me one measly post in which to defend myself. In response he banned my IP.

I will re-iterate:

When Jammer said "enough!", I was happy to comply.

All I asked was to be allowed to write a single post in my defense, in response to the other guy's accusations. Or alternatively, that the attacking post be deleted. Is that such an unreasonable request?

BTW I'm still banned (still forced to use a proxy).

And I'm willing to bet that this post of mine is also going to be deleted the minute that Jammer sees it. God forbid that you learn the full story, rather than his one-sided description of it.

At any rate if this gets deleted, I'm just going to post it again. Don't worry. I will not disrupt your discussions in any way. I'll simply make sure that a single copy of this post exists at all times, since the people here have the right to know what's going on.

P.S.
I'm really sorry for all this mess. All this could have easily been avoided, had Jammer actually bothered to read the posts he deleted. I'm still quite shocked at what he did. And I'm still hopeful that he will come to his senses after a good night sleep.
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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi
Sun, Dec 16, 2018, 9:18pm (UTC -6)
Re: DSC S2: General Discussion

By the way, Grumpy_Otter, as you can see, I've learned from my past mistakes, and I'm mostly ignoring people who proved - time and again - that they aren't willing to bother with the basic rules of civil conversation.
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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi
Sun, Dec 16, 2018, 8:52pm (UTC -6)
Re: DSC S2: General Discussion

@Grumpy_otter

"On another topic--My first comment on this site was in 2007, so I think I have the cred to comment on its evolution. Yeah, it used to be more civil, I think. Of course, back then we used to get 30 comments on an episode and now we get hundreds, so that is to be expected."

I don't think it's just the sheer number of people. There are at least three additional reasons this is happening:

1. Discovery is genuinely dividing the fans in a way that is completely unprecedented in the history of Star Trek.

2. Many (though not all) fans of Discovery aren't fans of classic Trek at all. For them Discovery is just a cool sci fi show, and they are mostly unaware of the decades-long legacy of the franchise. So we have two groups of people who are coming from completely different points-of-views. This leads to misunderstandings, and - given the emotional stakes associated with being a "fan" of something - these misunderstandings leads to conflict.

3. It is known that TPTB are actually paying people to create this kind of mayhem on trek-related discussion boards. After all, it is in their best interest to paint people like you and me as negative crazy people who do nothing but complain. And while this place is relatively clean in this respect, I'm quite sure that at least of few of these troll-shills have found their way here is well.

Anyway, I agree that this place is still the best place to discuss Star Trek.

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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi
Sun, Dec 16, 2018, 12:34pm (UTC -6)
Re: DSC S2: General Discussion

By the way, regarding DS9 and the Trek philosophy:

I personally love DS9 for the way it pushes the boundaries of Roddenbery's vision. Yes, there's some pretty questionable stuff in there, but I still think that DS9 was - at it's core - very Trek-like (they almost lost me with the S31-does-genocide thing, but they won me back with the way the war was resolved in the last episode)

I can tell you this:

I've introduced my wife to Star Trek and we're watching all the episodes of all series (up to Enterprise) together. It was during DS9 that we've had our deepest most interesting discussions about the issues on the show.

TNG may be a happier and purer viewing experience, but DS9 is actually the show - in my view - that has the courage to confront the difficult questions that stem from the Trekkian philosophy. In short: If you want respite, watch TNG. If you want to get into the details of how to maintain the dream in less-than-ideal circumstancecs, watch DS9 ;-)

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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi
Sun, Dec 16, 2018, 11:58am (UTC -6)
Re: DSC S2: General Discussion

I hear you, Patrick.

I just "love" it when people put artificial political correctness before having actual respect to minorities and people who are different. You say one wrong word, and people start making assumptions and accusing you of being a racist or a homophobe or god-knows-what-else.

I'm an heterosexual, but I'm ... ehm... "different" in other ways, and I've been getting this kind of cr*p all my life. People seem to be far more eager to point fingers at others for being intolerant, then to actually being tolerant themselves. And in recent years, this ludicrous game of political correctness has reached record heights of absurdity (which, unfortunately, also bled into the latest iterations of our favorite franchise).

I guess that's one of the reasons that Classic Trek's utopian vision is so important to me. For 40 years, Star Trek showed us different kinds of people (and aliens) actually working together and respecting one another. For me, it's not just a "respite" or a form of escapism, but an actual roadmap for a better future. I'm even using some of Trek's principles in my own personal life (and you'll be surprised how far this can take you even in the grossly imperfect world of the early 21st century).

I guess that the people for whom Trek was always nothing more than entertainment will never understand this. What can I say? Lucky them.
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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi
Sun, Dec 16, 2018, 12:19am (UTC -6)
Re: DSC S2: General Discussion

Shannon

"Oh you mean like yourself and The Orville which you seem to bring up every other day? Please get off your high horse and engage us here in the Star Trek discussion as equals."

Why are you looking for a fight? I wasn't talking about people like you.

I was specifically talking about people who never participated in any actual Star-Trek related discussion, and whose sole "contribution" is mocking others (and sometimes to say "Discovery is great"... without even bothering to say *why* they think so).

I have absolutely nothing against the actual fans of the Discovery. So how about *you* get off your high horse and stop treating me as the enemy?

Thank you.
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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi
Thu, Dec 13, 2018, 10:19pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S3: Past Tense, Part II

@Elliot
"I just see that the writers failed to draw a connection between the fictional economy of the 24th century and the economic problems depicted in the story."

That's because there really isn't any connection.

The 24th century economy (however it works exactly) hinges on the fact that they have the technology (replicators etc) to sustain a post-scarcity society. This kind of tech simply didn't exist in 2024.

In other words, that wasn't the point of the episode at all. Neither is this an episode about rivaling economic philosophies. It's amazing how easily people read political agendas into stories that have a very simple message:

Have some compassion for your fellow human beings. Don't lock up thousands of people behind walls... and then forget about them.

Sounds obvious and superfluous? Look around you. Look what's happening in care-centers of the elderly, orphanages, hospitals, prisons. This kind of thing happens all the time, yet very few people care about it. It's not just "the government" but the citizens as well (and I'm speaking from personal experience here).

Bashir summed it up nicely when he said this:

"Causing people to suffer because you hate them is terrible, but causing people to suffer because you have forgotten how to care? That's really hard to understand."

THAT was the point of the episode.

BTW not having a solution to the problem at hand is not an excuse to do this kind of thing to people. Not having a solution does not give us permission to make things worse, nor does it give us permission to dehumanize them.

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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi
Thu, Dec 13, 2018, 9:37pm (UTC -6)
Re: DSC S2: General Discussion

@Jangus

"This thread is one of the whiniest and obnoxious I’ve seen in a long time. Projection much? I didn’t recognize any of the supposedly preachy or “SJW” elements in DSC..."

Nice strawman you have there.

There wasn't a single person here who complained about Discovery being "SJW" (whatever that term even means. Whenever I type these three letters I can feel another neuron dying in my brain).

@Dom
" I was called a 'gatekeeper' because I argued that Star Trek should be about something other than generic science fiction and stick true to its liberal humanist roots. Can franchises grow and evolve? Sure! But what's the point of a franchise if it leaves behind everything and anything that made us fall in love with it in the first place? "

Exactly.

I'm getting really sick and tired of people playing this "the classic-Trek fans cannot handle anything new" card while completely ignoring our specific points of criticism. There's also something quite ironic in that argument, given that there's nothing really new or bold in Discovery. Sure, it is doing stuff differently than other trek. But does it do anything differently from any other generic sci fi action series that we've seen in the past 10 years?

Oh, well... at least we still have the obvious shills to amuse us. I just love it when people who never posted here before, drop by to post a single comment that basically says "stop moaning. I'm a longtime fan of Star Trek and I find Discovery fantastic. Besides, it's just a TV show". Yeah, a longtime Trekkie saying that it's just a TV show... really believable ;-)

As Garak once said, these guys need to learn how to make their lies less transparent ;-)
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DontFeedTheTrolls
Wed, Dec 12, 2018, 9:07am (UTC -6)
Re: DSC S2: General Discussion

*slingshots around sun*
*puts up "Don't feed the troll" sign*
*slingshots back around sun*
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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi
Tue, Dec 11, 2018, 7:21pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S4: Homefront

"It's also kind of funny that so many comments here think that DS9's writers were 'prescient' and predicted 9/11 or something."

Interesting curio:

When Worf first plays the footage of the explosion, he says "begin replay at time index five *nine eleven* ".

Obviously it's just a coincidence, but it's still kinda spooky.

And while DS9 didn't really "predict" anything, I still think it took big balls to write a story like this in the social climate of the 1990's. People where optimistic to the point of delusion in those days. This episode and the one about the Sanctuary Districts ("Past Tense") are two major examples of DS9 being a timeless piece of science fiction rather than a product of the '90s. It's just frightening, how these episodes aged so well.
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Ruth
Tue, Dec 11, 2018, 12:36pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S1: The Forsaken

I really liked the Lwaxana/Odo stuff but the other two plots didn't even make sense. It wouldn't have been so bad if they actually taught us something about Bashir, Dax and O'Brien but they don't. And never does anyone take anything seriously - the Federation apparently doesn't take the wormhole seriously whatsoever (apart from not wanting the Cardassians to have and ignore it), no-one takes the aliens coming through it seriously when meeting aliens is Starfleet's whole thing (that's a problem in every episode with aliens so far, not just this one, but the constant oversight is shocking to me). And no-one takes the computer problems or even the fire as seriously as they should. It's like they know it ends well. Unconvincing
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Tim Smith
Mon, Dec 10, 2018, 4:01pm (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S7: Friendship One

Regarding Janeway’s final statement that “exploration is not worth millions of lives - or just one.” :

I think Janeway means ‘not worth one life OTHER than those of the explorers themselves’ (since they volunteered to accept the risks).

So the Space Shuttle Columbia breaking up and killing all 7 crew members is not a reason to stop human spaceflight.

But the Space Shuttle Columbia breaking up and killing all 7 crew members PLUS an innocent member of the public (imagine a large piece of wreckage fell on someone) would be a reason to stop.

Not that I agree with the premise myself. People die in accidents every day around the world.
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Smith
Sun, Dec 9, 2018, 8:04am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S5: Let He Who Is Without Sin...

Not a great episode, but not an awful episode. The relationship banter was formulaic and boring (like most trek relationships). But what did have potential was the "essentialists". If more emphasis was put on them (symbolic of religions fundamentalist/evangelist) this could have been a great show. Something else that would have helped would have been focus on the weather control system its problems. Can you imagine if we had a weather control system today...how many lawsuits and complaints people would have at the slightest of problems?
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Ruth
Sun, Dec 9, 2018, 6:36am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S1: The Storyteller

I guessed that the menace was artificial but I thought it was about the Cardassians. All the stuff in the speech about resisting. And then it's hidden from the Cardassians under this veneer of "stupid Bajoran peasants and their stupid superstitions", so that they could get away with it. But it wasn't a veneer. Why would the storyteller not have noticed at any point in history that this wasn't necessary any more and was just injuring people for no reason? (There is no evidence of the division any more, or even that the people remember being once divided). Why is the apprentice willing to kill over full on nonsense? And why are the villagers so awful and pathetic when they've gotten through the occupation of Bajor? They don't care enough about this monster to fight it unless they're coached step by step?

Why is neither of these plots, about preventing civil wars on Bajor and about the unity and safety of the Bajorans, related to Kai Opaka's fate? Kira said near the beginning of the season that she's the glue holding Bajor together, which makes her "death" even worse, but there's no evidence.

Voyager S1 had more of an overarching plot than this, so I don't understand the comparisons made that it had a "reset button" but DS9 has a real story. Also, they had an excuse for crewmembers having to follow the whims of weirdo superstitious aliens, because they'd be stuck on a crashed shuttle that was lightyears from Voyager which was the only ally around. Why at no point does O'Brien or Bashir contact DS9, the Federation, or the Bajoran government about this problem? They're not stuck on the other side of the galaxy and they don't even make up a technobabble reason they can't contact anyone.

I did like the plot about the girl leader but I don't understand why her fabulous father (or anyone on the other side truly concerned about war) never came up with "you keep the land, but we still need access to the river through parts of it" before today. I can see why a 14 year old girl with few to advise her and very focussed on not looking weak struggled to come up with this, but this is a problem from before her grandfather's time, not a new one that's only affecting her!
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Ruth
Sun, Dec 9, 2018, 5:53am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S1: Vortex

Ahmed Khan - it is made clear why he's stealing, it's because he's going to get a ship in return. He's going to use that ship to rescue his daughter.

Also I don't think that Odo thinks someone killing someone who has broken into their home and killed their family members and is attempting to kill them is a "murderer", which is the other part of why he lets him go (I don't believe he would let an actual murderer go just for helping him, but I'm sure he would have still taken his daughter to safety). His problem was not believing the story of innocent self defence, because Croden really was a liar and Odo literally watched him break the law and kill someone, but after he asked Odo to take his daughter he started telling the truth and had no more reason to lie. I think Odo himself doesn't know how much he was swayed by either being rescued or the info & necklace, which is interesting.

I really liked this episode. I've started watching DS9 for the first time and much of the writing is atrocious (along with the weird insistence on unnecessary lingering close ups of people not-actually-reacting, and the awful scoring, and the odd editing choices that have left me multiple times thinking I must have missed part of the episode) but this one stands out as genuinely good.

I've heard a lot of early DS9 story threads were abandoned, but I'm hoping the necklace stays important to Odo until he finds out more.
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OmicronThetaDeltaPhi"
Sat, Dec 8, 2018, 3:31pm (UTC -6)
Re: ORV S1: Mad Idolatry

Why is there no "Season 2 General Discussion" page for the Orville? It's coming up in three weeks!
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Thomas
Sat, Dec 8, 2018, 12:20am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S2: Crossover

I would have liked Voyager to develop its characters. They had a great opportunity to show that the real journey in life is internal, and not about going from place A to place B. And yet, by the end of the series, naive ensign Harry Kim was still a naive ensign, angry half-Klingon Torres was still an angry half-Klingon. Barely anything had changed at all.
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Thomas
Sat, Dec 8, 2018, 12:15am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S2: Crossover

Re: Voyager being "all about the journey"

Voyager was only "about the journey" on the surface. It didn't take very long until every episode was groundhog day and it ended up being not about the journey at all. Funnily enough even though DS9 was set in a static location, it was far more about a journey than Voyager ever was. And Babylon 5 even more so. Somehow a static location lends itself far better to developing storylines and a sense of progression than a constantly on-the-move starship trying to get home.
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RandomThoughts
Fri, Dec 7, 2018, 3:33am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S3: The Abandoned

Hello Everyone!

@Elliott

I also read her has Mardah, but I think the way they pronounced it during filming just made it sound "Marta", and that is how it was written later. I heard "Marta".
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For me, I just thought they'd never had sex. Goofy 16-year-old and 20-year-old. Yes, they were dating, and we know that because the show told us. That doesn't mean they were getting frisky when The Sisko was working. They never said they did, and I don't recall they implied it either.

I actually thought the age difference wasn't what made The Sisko the most uncomfortable (although I think he mentions it, it's been around a year since I watched it and am not in a hurry to go back (looked at a transcripts page)), it was that she was a Dabo Girl. I took that as his biggest gripe.

*after looking at a transcript* HIs first mention of the age:

SISKO: Quark may call her a dabo girl but she's twenty years old. She's a woman and Jake's a sixteen year old boy. It has to stop.

But then:

SISKO: She's a dabo girl and she's dating my son. I don't want to like her.

From back to the original watch until now, I thought the emphasis was on her simply being a Dabo Girl.

I still don't get the impression they were having "relations".

As always, these comments on a fictional show may or may not reveal any actual thoughts I had. Your mileage may vary...

Regards... RT

P.S.: O'BRIEN: Sixteen years old and dating a dabo girl. Godspeed, Jake.

P.P.S.: I think sometimes we really, really look at these episodes too closely. I won't touch HoQ with anyones ten-foot-pole, let alone mine...

P.P.P.S.: Many thanks to http://www.chakoteya.net/StarTrek/index.html for the transcript page
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Peccath
Thu, Dec 6, 2018, 11:16pm (UTC -6)
Re: ENT S4: Babel One

Jammer, why didn't you just stop watching the UPN trailers? You're going to watch the episodes anyway, so why spoil any part of them with stupid previews?
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Luke (THE SHIT)
Wed, Dec 5, 2018, 1:47am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S4: Bar Association

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!

LUKE YOU ARE A SUBHUMAN SHIT. A CONSERVATIVE TURDSUCKER AS YOU CAN'T WATCH STAR TREK. NEVER! IF YOU'LL BE CAUGHT AGAIN WATCHING STAR TREK YOU'LL DIE SMELLING MY FARTS FOR 5 DAYS. AFTER, YOU CORPSE WILL BE TURDED AND TURDED AGAIN FOR THE ETERNITY. GO EAT TRASH AND SUCK STINKY TURDS AND BARF, U DIRTY BASTURD AND SUBHUMAN SHIT!
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The Smoking Man
Wed, Dec 5, 2018, 12:53am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S4: Little Green Men

... And Quark met C.G.B. Spender (of course, Ketracel is 24th century Morley) :-DDD

I enjoyed a lot this episode, anyway.
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Esther
Tue, Dec 4, 2018, 9:26am (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S6: Spirit Folk

@Marshal

Well, no, because holograms aren't actually real are they? So humanity can't have created Earth.
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Esther
Tue, Dec 4, 2018, 4:01am (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S6: Spirit Folk

What we call 'real life' is actually a holodeck. And we created the program.
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