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In the blood by Dr. Telek R'Mor - Sat, 02 May 2015 00:25:54 EST ID:DkGcXZ2y No.49838 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How did you get into Star Trek? Were you the product of nerd loins, or were you exposed by friends, or some other way?
My mom watched TOS as a child, and I got into TNG when she watched it while I was young. Kept up with all the ensuing series except Enterprise (which I am now binge watching).
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Major J Hayes - Sat, 16 May 2015 14:31:42 EST ID:WU3/tmTA No.50076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50076
Set lasers to check.
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Charles Tucker III - Sat, 16 May 2015 14:34:45 EST ID:ihlAAxXg No.50077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>50075
>She wasn't a nerd or anything, just liked it when it was on.
Star Trek BECAME a nerd thing thanks to the interregnum between TOS and TNG. TOS was fun, smart, futuristic family entertainment. Its messages and ideas were an escape from the rhetoric surrounding Vietnam and the Cold War, if only for an hour out of your day.
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Charles Tucker III - Sun, 17 May 2015 12:20:31 EST ID:YPf0Iy7i No.50086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50077

I appreciate your point of view but I am sure that Gene Roddenberry was always a huge nerd.
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Private E Hamboyan - Fri, 22 May 2015 00:00:54 EST ID:p5Occugw No.50181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I got into it mainly due to books in a local library. Although I didn't buy them, I saw image of the original crew. I was 9. Then reboots came and I finally got a chance to watch trek. Having watched it, I decided to see the tos. Then there was tng - ds9 - enterprise. However, I can't watch voyager till the end, since I didn't find it as interesting as the other shows
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Private E Hamboyan - Fri, 22 May 2015 00:00:55 EST ID:p5Occugw No.50182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I got into it mainly due to books in a local library. Although I didn't buy them, I saw image of the original crew. I was 9. Then reboots came and I finally got a chance to watch trek. Having watched it, I decided to see the tos. Then there was tng - ds9 - enterprise. However, I can't watch voyager till the end, since I didn't find it as interesting as the other shows


Prime Directive by Vice Admiral Leyton - Thu, 30 Apr 2015 04:57:05 EST ID:wUPzMK/P No.49798 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Personally I believe the prime directive is amoral and shallow.

>If there is a planet with a population that is unaware of the existence of Star Fleet or any other space faring faction that is under threat from anything I as a member of Star Fleet am unable to interfere. It is considered a crime even if said help would be of benefit. I am operating under the impression that not all help is good,I understand that the Prime Directive exists for this reason;but I still think its amoral.
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Natasha Yar - Fri, 15 May 2015 21:31:29 EST ID:imwNKyYq No.50062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50055
Why not?
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Admiral T'Lara - Sat, 16 May 2015 06:12:24 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.50069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50062
what right do we have to play god???
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Sarek - Sat, 16 May 2015 10:47:03 EST ID:VKsoB1Tp No.50071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50069
Interestingly the more advanced Q do interfere. But only a bit. And they might actually understand the full repercussions of their actions. But then they understand and sometimes they interfere. Of course they also might just be jerkwads so not doing as the Q do might be a good reason. It's hard to tell, that's the thing about them being so far removed from our level though isn't it?
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Natasha Yar - Sat, 16 May 2015 11:14:35 EST ID:imwNKyYq No.50072 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50069
Because we can, that's why.
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Subaltern Lorot - Sat, 16 May 2015 11:44:55 EST ID:GuDDIfTB No.50074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50062
>>50072

What is this, the mirror universe?


lookee here by M'Ress - Sun, 03 May 2015 04:04:52 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49868 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.space.com/26713-impossible-space-engine-nasa-test.html?adbid=10152788517191466&adbpl=fb&adbpr=17610706465&short_code=2wmwq

impulse drive possibly invented
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M'Ress - Sun, 03 May 2015 04:17:07 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49869
and by fuel free, I mean no propellant, so it could work off of solar panels, batteries, eps conduits, warp cores, etc.
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Mot - Mon, 04 May 2015 11:13:32 EST ID:BUMEz16R No.49897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>impulse drive
Nigga this thing is possibly generating a spacetime warp field that closely matches the mathematical model of an Alcubierre warp drive. Never mind the propellant-less propulsion. If shit scales up we could have faster-than-light starships within decades instead of centuries.
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Minuet - Mon, 04 May 2015 13:30:58 EST ID:YPf0Iy7i No.49898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49897

>EPS grids for the home

>housewifes getting blown up by toaster overloads
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Beverly Crusher - Mon, 04 May 2015 23:20:09 EST ID:4MbviPF5 No.49905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49898
That made me chuckle.
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Raven Overcoming Orchid !Tz0ULG.7to - Thu, 14 May 2015 22:58:08 EST ID:aP0ZO21g No.50057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is a great writeup on the RF Resonant Cavity thruster, a clear concise compiliation of everything publicly available about the thing so far.

https://www.circlejerk.com/r/Futurology/comments/34cq1b/the_facts_as_we_currently_know_them_about_the/


Caveman riker flips the bird! by Tal Celes - Sun, 03 May 2015 10:48:51 EST ID:dFVs2YcK No.49878 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Grand Nagus Smeet - Sun, 03 May 2015 15:03:19 EST ID:xDRJdM2H No.49883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49878
>Riker_Happy_Merchanf.jpg
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Noah Lessing - Sun, 03 May 2015 20:11:44 EST ID:GgYQlPHu No.49890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49878
Care for another sandwich?
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Broca - Sat, 09 May 2015 03:41:27 EST ID:wv6gq6HS No.49972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49890
He looks like a fucking bosmer from Oblivion in this picture
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Eliminator Leck - Sat, 09 May 2015 17:38:45 EST ID:h6e5CVXP No.50002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49972

Patrick Stewart should have been the adoring fan.
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Chulak - Sun, 10 May 2015 21:27:11 EST ID:DkGcXZ2y No.50012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50002
BY AZURA THERE ARE FOUR LIGHTS


character words by Boq'ta - Thu, 07 May 2015 20:43:15 EST ID:SgJjwJfF No.49956 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Describe characters with the one word the say most often.

I will start.

>Spock
Fascinating
>Worf
Honorable
>Janeway
Coffee
>Quark
Profit
>Porthos
Cheese
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The Traveler - Sat, 09 May 2015 05:07:28 EST ID:p+lyWe+/ No.49974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49973
Oh wait I thought this thread was about describing the characters in one word. Well whatever rnb
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Dr. Denara Pel - Sat, 09 May 2015 09:11:49 EST ID:SgJjwJfF No.49975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49971

oooh rough.
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DaiMon Bractor - Sat, 09 May 2015 09:56:34 EST ID:iTewGpaU No.49976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49973
Anyone else notice that Riker didn't start out as smug? Before the beard he was a genuinely nice, likable character. A kind guy. He would help piccard deal with children since the captain was so uptight around them in the beginning of the series. Why'd they turn Riker into a douche?
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The Traveler - Sat, 09 May 2015 12:27:58 EST ID:p+lyWe+/ No.50001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49976
Testosterone injections
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Dr. Denara Pel - Sat, 09 May 2015 19:06:42 EST ID:SgJjwJfF No.50003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49976
>>50001

Season 1 Riker quotes Sun Tzu and is a philosopher sexpot.


List of Star Trek Characters without "Military" Distinctions by Kira Taban - Sat, 02 May 2015 09:34:12 EST ID:SgJjwJfF No.49840 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Everyone else has a Captain or an Ensign or an Admiral or some other "military" title.

>TOS:

Sarek
Amanda Grayson

>TNG

Guinan
Keiko
Botswana Troi
Mr Homm
Lore
Vash
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Michael Jonas - Sat, 02 May 2015 21:12:22 EST ID:SgJjwJfF No.49858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49855

>one episode
>pips
>still no title

why are we even arguing about this.

I was trying to make a point about the military nature of Star Trek.
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Seamus - Sat, 02 May 2015 22:31:48 EST ID:j7/s29H+ No.49861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Doctor was still the Chief Medical Officer on Voyager. It wasn't a rank, but it did count as a "military" position, as he had the authority to put people on medical leave.
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Composer Delvok - Sat, 02 May 2015 23:04:07 EST ID:YPf0Iy7i No.49862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49861

>Chief Medical

Ok I have come around and I agree now.

Still, have we all been watching Navy Tales in Space?
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Captain Paul Rice - Sun, 03 May 2015 08:46:16 EST ID:GgYQlPHu No.49876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49862
TOS was billed as "wagon train to the stars" and Kirk was the marshall going around the wild west having gun fights with the bad guy of the week.
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DaiMon Bractor - Sun, 03 May 2015 09:38:46 EST ID:yiAUI90S No.49877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49862
OP missed a lot of characters out. Though only a few major ones admittedly. Shit loads of people who never appear but are definitely there on the enterprise and DS9 that aren't military. Let alone on the planet of the week.

It would be navy tales in space though as starfleet seems to be the professional military for the federation. All you need is ground troops and then your space ships which can also do orbital and bombardment, fly through the sky (with ace pilots like Paris and Riker), land, go underwater (thanks based structural integrity field, also sub mariner Paris) and almost instant transportation of troops (good old security though most starfleet officer have some combat training, I mean fuck, even Doctor/Commander Crusher has been a black ops operator by the end of the series) and you bet specialised troop transport ships have a fuckload of transporter throughput. Starfleet is the entire armed forces. And the diplomatic and peace corps.

Starfleet is a degree course, that's time for military training but also expertise in science, engineering, history, diplomacy etc. It is more the the military, it's got it's own science (technology but it's also at the forefront of space exploration and astophysics) and engineering departments. Special intelligence. And it's fairly logical it's similar in other cultures. Because star treks are always set on frontiers rather than well explored and settled heartlands there's a lot less civilian traffic. There's probably tourists and commuters in some of the more established sectors but Star Treks will deal primary with the forward facing space agencies of the federation facing the forward facing space agencies of other cultures. So why would that it's primarily starfleet be that surprising?


I don't want to live on this planet anymore. by Ishka Moogie - Tue, 29 May 2012 03:21:36 EST ID:MTfElNnj No.27851 Banned Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well, I just saw "Rascals", the TNG episode where Picard, Guinan, Ro Laren, and Keiko O'brien are turned into 12 year olds.

And as I watched that scene where Keiko asks Miles if he could still "be her husband" even though she's stuck in a child's body, I thought to myself, "I bet someone wrote a god damn pedo fanfic."

So I checked online. And I was right. What the fuck is wrong with you people?
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Darlene Kursky - Mon, 06 Apr 2015 16:34:07 EST ID:/TL4mm0v No.49501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49495
More like herniated.
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Mobara - Fri, 01 May 2015 11:04:24 EST ID:uVrpWnFQ No.49829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Are you a jumper? You look like a jumper to me
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Kasidy Yates-Sisko - Fri, 01 May 2015 15:23:25 EST ID:j0OhS6fE No.49833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34658
FUCK YOU, Governer
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M'Ress - Sun, 03 May 2015 04:15:17 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34658
this post provided great amusement to me and has been recorded in my personal log
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Jack Crusher - Mon, 04 May 2015 09:22:26 EST ID:k7tRQXcX No.49896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>27930
What has science done!?!?!?


jj trek sucks by Naomi Wildman - Tue, 13 May 2014 17:54:11 EST ID:IRJMpd4k No.44534 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>check front page
>no 'jj sucks / nuh uh' thread
>create thread

JJ trek sucks.
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Noah Lessing - Sun, 03 May 2015 20:07:16 EST ID:GgYQlPHu No.49889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49874
That's the thing. People are pining for a franchise that had been completely driven into the ground with 11 years of generally sub-par TV seasons Though still with a lot of gems thrown in, one decent sci-fi action movie, and 3 pretty bad sci-fi action movies.

Now, was JJ Trek the right answer? Yes and no. It was a clean break from Nemesis. It acknowledged the original canon, while setting itself apart from it in nearly every way possible. ST09 got the characterizations pretty good. I even think it FELT a little bit like TOS. Not the TOS movies, but the TV show, and not in an Insurrection way. It was campy sci-fi schlock, but 2015 campy sci-fi schlock with a Star Trek finish.

Most importantly though, it showed the executives that the Star Trek brand is still highly profitable. Meaning they're more likely to pursue production of new material. TV series is where Trek will find its roots, anyway, not on the big screen. Hopefully soon after the third movie here...which is a whole different bag of worms and might well be the worst of the 3 simply because of all the production problems.
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Morn - Sun, 03 May 2015 20:21:02 EST ID:6NUzwWNk No.49891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
JJ Trek is good because it brought Star Trek from being something stale and boring to being something cool and hip. The stuff made after TNG tried to capitalize on TNGs success but couldnt capture a wider audience. The only issue I have JJTrek is its shallow and superficial compared to the old shows and films that were meaniningful and thought provoking in addition to being exciting. But theyre still cool movies.
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Alexander Rozhenko - Mon, 04 May 2015 09:12:55 EST ID:SgJjwJfF No.49895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49891

>The only issue I have JJTrek is its shallow and superficial

no big deal.
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Seven of Nine - Wed, 06 May 2015 12:33:03 EST ID:YPf0Iy7i No.49932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>According to TrekMovie.com, the third movie in the franchise reboot is set to be called Star Trek Beyond.
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Etana Jol - Thu, 07 May 2015 00:48:54 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49932

ohhh yes.. there's hope for trek yet


The "why not" thread. by Boq'ta - Mon, 16 Mar 2015 02:30:44 EST ID:djMyMmry No.49181 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Because you know, fuck it, why not?

How come the Federation, Humans in particular, say, ever try to share their warrior cultures with the Klingons? Or the more war-like aspects of humanity's music and other media? I mean, just how do you think your average Klingon warrior would've responded to fucking Vikings? or Samurai? To cultures that valued honor and keeping oaths and dying gloriously in battle above all else?

And surely, as is displayed by the Maquis and the Federation when shit goes sideways, there has to be some Humans out there that still display warrior-like aspects in their life. I mean personally I think the Klingons would've fucking loved ancient Scandinavian/Viking culture. Ragnarok, Valhalla, dying in battle without fear in your heart and with a weapon in your hand, upholding whatever oath you have taken to your death because to break an oath was one of the worst fucking things imaginable, the whole fucking speel. Never once did any Human afaik attempt to bridge that gap. Was it because Humans are for the most part, loathe to admit they were ever warriors?

And I can't be the only one who thinks Klingons would've responded positively to fucking METAL music, right?

I mean fucking listen to this shit, I'm sure Klingons would love it. Lyrics are in the video for those without an ear for metal.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EkXCcMh5f0
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Bernardo Calvera - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 04:32:01 EST ID:sKW0+o+T No.49200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49199
Doubtful. Most of the Nazi victories were against incredibly weak enemies, they failed every time they directly attacked anyone of note, and they're most known for dishonorably massacring civilians like cattle instead of killing them honorably in battle.

Romulans, on the other hand, would look upon the Nazis favorably, with the exception of Hitler's numerous tactical blunders.
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Tora Ziyal - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 08:49:30 EST ID:QZO7NCdp No.49202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49200
Yeah, before anyone argues that. Look at the British army. In the 1930s they ran a wargame/simulation in which they tested the new fangled "tanks" out. They dominated. High command looked at the results and said "No, we need cavalry". Half the reason the battle of Britain wasn't a loss was because we had a bunch of furious Polish veterans with actual combat experience (and so no mortality rate when performing standard landings due to lack of training) with us. The 303 would have climbed on to the cliffs of Dover and hurled themselves at the germans if they hadn't been given craft I reckon. The Klingons would love them.

Also I dunno about metal. Klingons love prune juice too. They see war very differently to us I imagine. They'd probably go to war to the sound of moonlight sonata rather than war ensemble.

Humans aren't really warriors. We spent millions of years avoiding predators and for a while we'd run down our prey and chase them to death but we have always used weapons and wits. We outbred neanderthal who was big, stocky, tough quite Klingon by being smaller, chucking out our young less developed (breeding quicker), needing less food and being better at thinking outside the box (ice age comes in, suddenly the huge Neanderthals are starving while Homo Sapiens is punching holes in ice and fishing and needs less food anyway). The klingons would have gone extinct on earth the same way we would have gone extinct on their home world, because evolution is entirely situational and obviously they didn't face an ice age at such a key point while a more adaptable competitor lurked in the wings.
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Amanda Grayson - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:27:16 EST ID:PFadsqw+ No.49213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I think any space faring race must be capable warriors. I think violence is a prerequisite to surviving on their planet alone.
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Vedek Bareil - Thu, 07 May 2015 08:23:04 EST ID:p+lyWe+/ No.49951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49183
Just live another 30 years and there's a pretty good chance your dream will become a reality. VR is in it's infancy now, but it's only going to get better at a faster and faster rate as it becomes more and more socially acceptable decide to drop out of society and live in the digital world instead.

I'd put good money on the future (not 4chan) turning out like this: society as a whole decides you don't have to "earn your keep" to merely exist in society, instead giving you the option to plug in to the matrix. The only catch is all the matrix-heads get sterilized and don't reproduce. Boom. Solve the overpopulation crisis AND literally everyone gets what they want because it's all possible via virtual reality.
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Sarek - Thu, 07 May 2015 18:26:04 EST ID:GgYQlPHu No.49953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49200
The TNG Romulans were total KGB/USSR, not Nazis. Inciting civil wars in neighboring Empires and playing cat and mouse with the Federation. I also don't think they were about genocide, though they had no qualms about using slave labor.

Though I think they expertly tweaked real things for TNG, from the more straightforward 1:1 idea of the Klingons being the USSR and the Federation being some kind of UN/NATO force. The Klingons pulled a hard turn somewhere during the TOS Movies I think. They transitioned from more a more intellectual warrior culture to a completely frothing at the mouth warrior culture. Duras always struck me as more of a TOS Klingon type figure. They're probably the same ones who traded the Romulans a bunch of D-7s for the Romulans cloaking technology (must have had a Ferengi broker that deal).

If anything the best parallels to the Nazis and WW2 in general are definitely the Dominion. In the way that Nazi fascism is kind of 180° from American liberalism*, the Dominion was 180° from the Federation. They both come to you, express interest in your culture, ask you to join their organization. They both employ strong diplomats and have the top technology and weapons. The difference is that the Federation has requirements that races want and the Dominion will come in and kill you if you say no. Add into that the Cardassians penchant for light to moderate ethnic cleansing and you get a potent blend.

The Borg are described by Q as "the ultimate user." They're a critique on consumer society and its thirst for the newest and latest gadget. Not Communism. They're like the android/apple fanboy who doesn't even talk to you unless you have the right OS running on your phone.. A shame they became space vampires, but it's another one of Star Trek's famous prophecies about the future. Especially in light of the rise of "wearables." What's Hugh got on his face there? It's the new Apple iPatch of course.

They gave each race their own vaguely analogous traits to certain Human civilizations but moved around some of the parts. So the stories and ideas they present are different but still familiar. One re…
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Porthos likes cheese by Jean-Luc Picard - Tue, 05 May 2015 13:04:16 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49913 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>For those of you that have never watched Enterprise that want to cut through the bullshit: a viewing guide..

SEASON ONE, SKIP PILOT
>Fight or Flight (2)
>The Andorian Incident (7)
>Breaking the Ice (8)
>Sleeping Dogs (14)
>Shadows of Pjem (15)
>Fusion (17)
>Fallen Hero (23)

SEASON TWO
>The Seventh (7)
>Singularity (9)
>Dawn (13)
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Raven Overcoming Orchid !Tz0ULG.7to - Wed, 06 May 2015 16:54:42 EST ID:Ef0VX2iI No.49936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>skip the pilot

The pilot, taken as its own movie, is better than all the TNG movies, except perhaps First Contact.

You also forgot 'Shuttlepod One'.

I can't go anymore in depth because I'm about to head back to work, but the pilot is great IMO.
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Etana Jol - Thu, 07 May 2015 00:36:00 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49936

shuttlepod one was an enjoyable character episode.. I guess that one can be thrown in as well.

Also all the TNG movies are terrible lol.. I mainly advise skipping it because its tainted with all the suliban time travellin' bullshit, and the only way anyone can be fooled into thinking Enterprise is good is by completly boycotting that entire arc.

>>49933

Wow.. I never knew that. Why'd they torpedo their own franchise like that?
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Lt. JG Nog - Thu, 07 May 2015 00:42:53 EST ID:4CB75DxJ No.49944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49943
Because they wanted future stuff (because 2150s isn't future I guess?)
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Etana Jol - Thu, 07 May 2015 17:37:11 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49944

Why didnt they just reuse the nexus? then picard, kirk, and guinan could've all guest starred
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Senator Vreenak - Fri, 08 May 2015 21:35:20 EST ID:FKX+9MDt No.49968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49913

If you leave out season 3, you leave out that episode with the robot spacedock that eats people as payment for repairs.

Also missing the mirror universe two-parter. That needs to be watched.


Word up by Prosecutor Orak - Sun, 03 May 2015 05:38:16 EST ID:g1nP7if6 No.49873 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just realised who the cop in this video clip is.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZjAantupsA


Mistress Janeway by Weyoun 7 - Tue, 28 Apr 2015 13:45:26 EST ID:4MbviPF5 No.49773 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.squidge.org/novad/MJaneway/

Ensign Harry Kim


Captain's Personal Log:

>I almost didn’t pack the leathers. I hadn’t even given them a thought until recently. This mission has lasted a year. For a long time, the day to day tensions of blending our crews and fighting the Kazon had kept me distracted from the loneliness and the longings. But lately Voyager had settled into a routine. It was an unusual one by Starfleet standards, but it was a routine nonetheless.

Janeway bangs the crew.
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K'Ehleyr - Tue, 28 Apr 2015 18:23:30 EST ID:0BHhzonI No.49776 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>The Golden Orgasm Awards are awarded every year by the ASCEM (Alt.StarTrek.Creative.Erotica.Moderated newsgroup) for the best in Star Trek erotica written the previous year.

Oh, dear sweet Web 1.0. You were so gaudily awesome. We miss you.
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Ensign McFarlane - Wed, 29 Apr 2015 07:02:25 EST ID:dllfeofD No.49786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49773

>"I have eaten sufficiently. Now do we begin copulation?"
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Ensign McFarlane - Wed, 29 Apr 2015 07:03:33 EST ID:dllfeofD No.49787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49786
forgot pic
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Grand Nagus Zek - Sat, 02 May 2015 11:12:46 EST ID:MEbkckUq No.49847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49787


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