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Bujold by Lt. Daniels - Mon, 23 Mar 2015 00:20:35 EST ID:Q4ciDNvy No.49308 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ya'll niggas seen this? Original Janeway:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SIZcDWKyw0
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Wesley Crusher - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 20:59:27 EST ID:Leuzgeic No.49343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49327
Humanity has that alien reverse tech thin going on.
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Major Rakal - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 11:01:22 EST ID:CvggMvGP No.49348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49343
We live in Voyager's "Future's End" timeline as opposed to TOS's Eugenic's War timeline.
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Subcommander T'Rul - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 21:50:25 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49348

BUT THEN

WHO WAS KHAN?!?!
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Kono - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 00:46:05 EST ID:CvggMvGP No.49361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49354
There was no Khan, instead of developing space sleeper ships and genetically engineering human beings we had been developing Pong and Tetris and figuring out how to send naked pictures through a decentralized series of networks.
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Turanj - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 21:23:13 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49361

This is the universe where Earth is the flute-planet


Rest in piece old friend by Admiral Hayes - Fri, 27 Feb 2015 12:33:18 EST ID:WFE0mi2m No.48907 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Captain Braxton - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:20:36 EST ID:3vcdMVzg No.49275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49168
Another way of looking at this.

In USA/Canada everybody knows Live Long and Prosper and the Vulcan Salute, but internationally a LOT more people are going to recognize the Blue Police Box.
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Katherine Pulaski - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 19:25:55 EST ID:tdXbxkvU No.49276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49275

>this opinion pulled directly out of my ass

I think you are just making shit up.

Secondly, this is a star trek board, can we stop this dw crap yet?
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DoBa !VW8PiCArdQ - Mon, 23 Mar 2015 16:25:52 EST ID:4MbviPF5 No.49320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Will this thread last longer than Rascals?

I intend to find out.
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Herbert Rossoff - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 00:15:49 EST ID:7wAQ2Yq+ No.49346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49274
Peter Capaldi's episodes are absolute trash. The writing is shit, and I presume they're intentionally making him act shit, because otherwise he would be a terrible actor. Literally the first reboot Doctor's stuff was better, in pretty much every way.

I'm not sure I've seen any episodes of TNG I'd really call "mature." Everytime I've asked for mature episodes before it was always some ham-fisted bullshit like the flute episode. I think the most mature episode I saw in TNG was when Data decides to fucking murder a guy. Straight up logical shit and then lies about it.
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Subcommander T'Rul - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 22:02:04 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49346

Flute Pt 2

Picard's Girlfriend dies by falling through what seemed like a plate of metal being affected by a subspace disturbance, which promptly materialized and killed her.

Oh I probably should have Spoilered that

Just kidding I remembered her dying but I was mixing up two separate episodes. My version is way more hardcore though.

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Comics by Captain Goroth - Thu, 12 Mar 2015 06:18:17 EST ID:FhjlH/hC No.49144 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Lets talk about comics, shall we.

I'm really enjoying pic related.
What are the comics from the gold key era like?
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Captain Kurn - Wed, 18 Mar 2015 10:05:36 EST ID:CvggMvGP No.49233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49215
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Lt. Darien Wallace - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 04:28:13 EST ID:UY/s6uFr No.49298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49233
They'd fit in just fine on the Pegasus.
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Enabran Tain - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 20:43:58 EST ID:Leuzgeic No.49303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49233
Ah a ship built for war!
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DaiMon Bok - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 21:17:18 EST ID:wLst6J0E No.49304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49231
In the TNG novels Dyson Sphere (#49) the Enterprise is accompanied into the sphere by a Horla ship.
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Ambassador Soval - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 21:30:32 EST ID:PFadsqw+ No.49305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49233
Looks like a potato.


omnipotent beings by Kozak - Thu, 19 Mar 2015 02:24:58 EST ID:1oX/ZjN4 No.49245 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been an agnostic-atheist most of my life but after watching some Q episodes, i began to ponder on whether praying to unspecified omnipotent beings would yield any benefit. so far, nothing. Surely there must be some technologically advanced beings in the universe or parallel universes that have reached omnipotence by now, why not try and reach out to them via praying? I guess im just wondering if this is weird or somehow religiously logical, i didn't know where else to post this.
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Seskal - Thu, 19 Mar 2015 21:55:46 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49257

The same reason Q cares about Picard.

boredom mostly
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Tekeny Ghemor - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 03:00:36 EST ID:1oX/ZjN4 No.49282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49264
>>49265
and i thought generations was confusing

ba dum tiss
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Harry Mudd - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 11:44:41 EST ID:tdXbxkvU No.49283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49259

Q seeks Picard out because Picard/D is on a mission into Q territory, Space.

Picard never "prays" to Q.

This thread is about "praying" to omnipotent beings.

And it is mildly pakled
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Gun Runner Sakonna - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 21:35:29 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49283
Indeed, the moral of trek when it comes to omnipotent beings is that we really aren't that different from them essentially... they often have human-like failings, shortcomings and blindspots. They're all just us.
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Captain Shelby - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 23:04:57 EST ID:CvggMvGP No.49293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49292
>They're all just us.

That's what Q wanted to whisper to Picard at then end of All Good Things... but he chose it was better to let Picard figure that out for himself.


ITT: ST RP by Kozak - Mon, 16 Feb 2015 13:45:14 EST ID:DUwMRG0z No.48787 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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  • post with an image
  • mad lib something


Sir, a text communication based life force is detected bearing 2.0.7.8, putting on main screen.
Do we send a hailing signal?
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Lursa - Mon, 16 Mar 2015 22:17:04 EST ID:FKX+9MDt No.49195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49184

The hilarious thing about that image is that it's right. That IS rape culture, pretty much. That book basically presents a woman being raped in an acceptable and even desirable light. The poor bitches who read it don't know what they're buying into.
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Katogh - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 21:31:44 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49195

"It's only sexy because he's a millionaire. If the guy lived in a trailer it would be an episode of Criminal Minds"

Time Traveler guy Captain Braxton in the modern day
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Chakotay - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 14:13:30 EST ID:PFadsqw+ No.49285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49223
Fucking spot on.
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Chakotay - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 14:15:20 EST ID:PFadsqw+ No.49286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49017
Hay, what are you guys talking about?
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Gun Runner Sakonna - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 20:24:53 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49286
...where the fuck am I?


Trek main title music by I.G. Tarah - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 23:00:26 EST ID:HOFgJ+xA No.48869 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DS9 and VOY's theme won Emmys. I still think they are the best theme songs I've ever heard for any TV show. But were the TOS and TNG themes better?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Goldsmith

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_McCarthy_(composer)
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Lt. JG Ayala - Sat, 14 Mar 2015 00:07:22 EST ID:ZHtYJko+ No.49161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I don't know why the Enterprise theme didn't win an award. Shit was amazing.

Especially around season 3 when they sped it up so they could fit in more T'Pol fan-service scenes.
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Charles Tucker III - Sun, 15 Mar 2015 22:55:00 EST ID:SIjA1BRS No.49178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49065
>Q sends the enterprise into the Delta quadrant to encounter the Borg, the Traveler flings the enterprise to the very edge of reality. Fuck man. That's a whole new level.
Well hold on now, the traveler did that by augmenting the warp drive, Q could do the same thing with a snap of his fingers. Deckgerveler is definitely dank, but Q is danker.

Also with that ID I think the decker + vger = traveler theory is confirmed.
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Mordoc - Wed, 18 Mar 2015 11:51:52 EST ID:1IFSiZqR No.49237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49178
This is true, which is why they need to put John Delacey in his judge suit to hide his age and then have him work his magic on the time line to fix errything in movie 3
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DaiMon Bok - Thu, 19 Mar 2015 00:06:40 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49244 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49237

John de Lancie

my bad
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Roger Lemli - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 12:38:05 EST ID:7wAQ2Yq+ No.49270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49161
It would've been neat if they redid the lyrics to be villiany in those episodes.

At least we can have FAITH OF THE HEAAAAAAAAEEEEEEERRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAART


ORGASMS EVERYWHERE by Ezri Dax - Mon, 16 Mar 2015 02:02:13 EST ID:NURijvy9 No.49179 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just saw this episode today. Was everyone basically just having continuous orgasms?
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Robert Wesley - Mon, 16 Mar 2015 02:12:56 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49179
Yes, except data. He gets nothing.
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Amanda Grayson - Mon, 16 Mar 2015 21:14:02 EST ID:PFadsqw+ No.49192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49180
He got Tasha.
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Darien Wallace - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 18:14:40 EST ID:7wAQ2Yq+ No.49208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh man, those kids and their CRAZY video games, remember those huh?
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Private S Money - Wed, 18 Mar 2015 09:22:25 EST ID:U+iGYC33 No.49230 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49208
The funny thing is that the Broccoli episodes were one of the best interpretations of video game/internet/mmo addiction I've ever seen. Despite that not really being a big thing when they were written. I guess it felt a lot like my own descent into MMOs. I initially did it as a time killer but my social life and life weren't all that hot. That wasn't all my fault but I definitely could have done more to make them better despite how badly I got screwed. However when I went on line I was away from the politics of my friends and being fired as a scapegoat (despite being the only one who didn't do anything wrong) in my career. My friends berated me for it which caused me to withdraw further because my social life got worse. I had a persona with a derisive nickname and everything. I didn't get a hand out and had to move on and start over and even then I needed someone to force me out my shell until options became available that actually meant life offered something games couldn't.

You've got this shy nerdy guy who finds life daunting so he plays games to escape. He ends up in an awkward social situation suddenly and copes badly. He goes to games to escape and descends a bit deeper instead of dealing with the problem. However it's not really all his fault, he's become a pariah but he's not really done anything to deserve it (though he could have done more to avoid it I'm not absolving him or me either). He's a bit awkward but he's not really a bad guy, a bit of a tool definitely but he struggles. He's eventually cured when instead of trying to beat him out the games someone reaches out and helps him improve his life and gives him a motivation to be outside the game, something the game can't offer. As life outside the sim gets better he goes in less and becomes more successful. He's always weird but he's become accepted and respected and later on even manages to achieve a few things. Realises life can be cooler than games. If Barclay hadn't had Geordie's intervention (as forced by Picard) he'd have gone to a new ship before finally getting out of his funk. He'd have to move to a new environment and start over like I …
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the first jewish admiral by Vekma - Fri, 06 Mar 2015 05:34:41 EST ID:ggYvixRt No.49057 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well, hasn't this just been a fuck of a week. :(

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/harve-bennett-dead-famed-star-trek-producer-dies-just-one-week-after-leonard-nimoy-10090183.html
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Lt. Cmdr. Calvin Hudson - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 20:44:14 EST ID:0rvMwpO4 No.49219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49150
>Star Trek wiki lists all the reasons V failed, mainly because Industrial Light and Magic weren't contracted

Okay, but ILM wasn't the only effects house in Hollywood/LA. Going from ILM to some backwoods outfit in Long Island is hell of a step down. I would suggest that the production never intended to use ILM in the first place because - get ready for it - they didn't have the money. So instead they name-drop ILM all over the place but sniff out the cheapest guy they can find, who turns out to be Bran Ferren. Bran seems to be a brilliant guy, going by his wiki entry, but his output here is shit. It's unclear to me whether Ferren was simply out of his depth or the production didn't give him enough money to do decent work.

According to Shatner's book, they asked various fx houses to submit a test shot of a figure standing in a beam of light. They didn't like anything that came back. Then somebody mentioned Ferren to him and Shatner flew out to visit him. Ferren didn't have that test shot prepared but instead took Shatner into his workshop, dumped some dye into a small water tank and Shatner pretty much shat himself in amazement and hired the guy on the spot. The story starts on page 75 and serves as a bit of a snapshot of Shatner's approach to the whole production; as long as someone promised him the moon he fell in love with them instantly and gave them a job.
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Katogh - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 21:24:25 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Star Trek V wasn't horrible.. but it definitely wasn't good either.

>>49191

This. This is the best summation of V's flaws I've ever read.
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M'ret - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 21:55:08 EST ID:7wAQ2Yq+ No.49226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49218
>Where the hell did the money go?
Look up Hollywood Accounting. Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, Forrest Gump, lots of other movies made no profit. The fifth Harry Potter Movie lost $167 million on paper, despite grossing almost a billion.
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Lt. Cmdr. Calvin Hudson - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 22:01:41 EST ID:0rvMwpO4 No.49227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49226

Hollywood Accounting is something that happens in the wake of the movie's release to try to fuck investors and contract staff (including actors,) not in the midst of its production. Each one of those movies look like every dime of their budgets made it in front of the camera. V looks like a SyFy movie.
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Raven Overcoming Orchid !Tz0ULG.7to - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 23:32:40 EST ID:95aALDr5 No.49229 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49218
....can you make a version were Spock says 'Sybok, jet fuel can melt steel beams'?


The starship enterprise by true nahar - Mon, 16 Mar 2015 22:39:30 EST ID:SbgEeNmz No.49196 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Got this for my trekkie for v-day!
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Darien Wallace - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 17:33:30 EST ID:7wAQ2Yq+ No.49207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49203
It's the ass end of the ship. Not the nacelles.
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Legate Damar - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:17:33 EST ID:/KwJQebL No.49209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49207
do you have to shove the nacells in to your eyes every hit?

Most brutal and cool pipe ever.
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Kai Winn - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:25:21 EST ID:EJwQ84MO No.49211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49209

reminiscent of the Dha'Cka ritual.
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T'Pol - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:25:40 EST ID:wLst6J0E No.49212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49205
yeah usually having sex for the first time is enough
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Katogh - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 21:23:13 EST ID:mtRYU1np No.49220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49209
>>49211
>>49205

fucking lol factor 9.975 in this bitch


Hold on a second... by Cmdr. Kelby - Sun, 11 Jan 2015 15:32:45 EST ID:XmI2xzXV No.48321 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't understand, in a future where you can be scanned by computer and clothing made instantly to the specifications of your measurements, why would there be anyone acting as a tailor?
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Marla Gilmore - Thu, 12 Mar 2015 11:08:38 EST ID:z2YjkvcS No.49146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49132
It occurs to me that GaQ would be fresh since they don't typically replicate living tissue and, I Imagine, its easy enough to just breed them on-site. Like maybe there's a big fish tank full of dirt that they live in or something, sort of the way some restaurants keep live fish and lobsters to eventually serve. The larger butcher meats are probably replicated though, since that's a bit more of a hassle on all ends.
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Benjamin Sisko - Thu, 12 Mar 2015 12:26:52 EST ID:dllfeofD No.49147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49135
I always assumed there's some element of randomness to it. Like maybe your croissant has 0.81 milligrams of extra sugar, whilst Picard's croissant (you know he eats those things being the filthy frenchy that he is) has 1.3 milligrams of sugar less.

Or maybe there isn't. I mean I eat a croissant every other day or so and they all taste exactly the same to me.
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Ezri Dax - Thu, 12 Mar 2015 22:41:19 EST ID:HCE1CRPx No.49148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49147
In STTNG 5x21The Perfect Mate he appears to eat a croissant, that puppety frenchman.

Useless trivia: The croissant is modelled after the Islamic crescent, due to Austrian bakers working through the night hearing and alerting guards that the Ottoman Empire was trying to dig underneath the city walls and they foiled the raid. They commemorated this victory in 1680ish by eating/denigrating their flag, so the legend goes.
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T'Pol - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:29:43 EST ID:wLst6J0E No.49214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>49148
I don't think this is true but I don't know enough about the history of baking to dispute it.
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T'Pol - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:50:16 EST ID:wLst6J0E No.49217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>48336
This brings to mind the current backlash against mass-produced or "artificial" products, and the increase in "local" and "artisanal". When machines can do human jobs, overall economic production increases, meaning some people have more wealth, which they then spend on human-produced products. That's why the automation of manufacturing has resulted in more service sector jobs. People pay a premium for bespoke clothing or hand-crafted furniture because technology has advanced enough that they can afford it.


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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Malik - Mon, 16 Mar 2015 23:38:38 EST ID:XmI2xzXV No.49198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"vikings"

ugh
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Minister Kuvak - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 01:26:41 EST ID:P9d+Ucvk No.49199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm sure that Vikings would have loved Nazi's. If I remember correctly, only that race-traitor B'Elanna got to be in a Nazi episode. Worf would have had that awkward conversation with Picard or Sisko about why the Nazis were so terrible, and left not quite getting it.
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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.


Hey Troi, you've gotta try this gum by Rom - Thu, 12 Mar 2015 07:16:18 EST ID:h6e5CVXP No.49145 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This episode is 100x better if you pretend he's Lloyd Braun.

Disconcerting and/or horrible guest stars thread.
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Lee - Fri, 13 Mar 2015 20:16:50 EST ID:9KKNH8oO No.49160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>49145
Let's see that fat cock big boy!


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