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talk about the tube by Subcommander Velal - Thu, 18 May 2017 23:47:40 EST ID:OlAq4NOE No.59297 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I miss the tube, I want to be unbanned, can I go ask on an IRC or something
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Minuet - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 20:42:46 EST ID:fyfdp9Bm No.62477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59297
It's Dayman!!!! DROP the BANHAMMER!!!
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Temporal Agent Daniels - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 22:11:20 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.62481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60594
If you have any more trouble with it you can ask here brotendo.

It's kinda annoying, but that's just because Google wants to be assholes and the cytube owner has to hack the gibson to get google drive videos to work right.
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Guinan - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 00:16:07 EST ID:Hzew1D4O No.62482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62481
Lol it's an old post

I finally decided to fix it.. when I was tripping on acid a month or so ago. Used up too much data watching random shit and hanging out with old tubefriends and haven't been back in awhile. My laptop had some sort of critical failure, either a vid card or motherboard... haven't been back since that happened.
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Temporal Agent Daniels - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 04:40:11 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.62486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62482
Oh lol, I didn't check the date. This necrobumping p'taq is getting on my nerves..
Either way, that sucks. Always enjoy having the queen of ten forward in the house.
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Kira Meru - Thu, 09 Nov 2017 09:40:31 EST ID:lS7YYnrL No.62531 Ignore Report Quick Reply
also missing The Galileo Seven from TOS


comrade kirk part II by Temporal Agent Daniels - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 02:29:53 EST ID:RiUIXIPQ No.62256 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The Federation is what appears to be a utopian future version of the United Nations. However, there were several instances where Kirk blatantly disregarded an order from the Federation because it was downright harmful. And when you think about it, an intergalactic group of fascists trying to collect taxes from planets they “own” would definitely be interested in using a “service” like the Starfleet to travel to unexplored planets and gentrify, colonize, and rob the living crap out of aliens. Why else would they be embarking on a “five year mission to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, and to boldly go where no man has gone before“? For science? For peace? Or for power?
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Youngblood - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 22:00:45 EST ID:v/43NuMx No.62416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>62414
In real life, we can assume most intelligent species would eventually at least become aware of the possibility of something like a Prime Directive, just from a game theory/logical tactical standpoint, so we can assume this would also be true for the ST universe.

However, we know specifics about this point from ENT, since the Prime Directive as an order doesn't exist at that point in time, although the Vulcans do have a nebulous policy of general non-interference (of any kind.) Archer and Phlox actually more or less come up with the idea of a prime directive and treat it as a novel concept in "Dear Doctor," but obviously it wouldn't be implemented as an actual order until later, most likely after the formation of the Federation.
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I.G. Tarah - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 23:16:41 EST ID:nuPPHgen No.62417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62416
It seems like it is all, maybe appropriately, nebulous. The Vulcans were kinda "Prime Directivish," when they came across Cochran. They knew Earth was inhabited by what? The 1940s? Certainly knew about WWIII. So, they were probably all, "Ignore anyone who isn't warping around the local neighborhood." Which is kinda the dickish way Vulcan's would justify shit. They are pretty fucking snobby in ENT, so I imagine their lack of contact with non-warp cultures is more of a "we don't go slumming," policy than a "we don't want to fuck up your culture policy. Then, the Federation starts to happen and of course the Human version is based on "don't fuck up other cultures with your spaceman shit," so you get the Prime Directive which is kinda snobby about the warp drive thing, but also based on the idea that dropping matter/antimatter tech on someone who just discovered bronze is probably gonna fuck some shit up.
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B'Etor - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 23:37:17 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.62419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62417
Yeah it's basically a combination of the human idea of not wanting to mess shit up, and the Vulcan idea of just not wanting to fuck with them at all. And of course it had to be something that everyone could agree on when the Federation was founded so that's a middle ground that has a practical purpose for everyone and a moral purpose that the humans can cling to (and skate around).
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Vegan420 - Mon, 06 Nov 2017 21:58:31 EST ID:eC4jDMEr No.62457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62256
Is it canon they tax these civilizations? Because i'm pretty sure federation had evolved ''beyond material needs'' having replicators and all that. I'm quite sure that the feds are only really interested in dilithium crystals.

Also federation admission generally includes protection and benefit of socio economic civilization, although, many times regulations state a course of action that disregards some very human instincts in different situations.

also prime directive is something starship captains seem to get a lot of trouble with. lol. Why not interfere? If you can improve the civilization.

Of course, it has certain logic to it.
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Senator Vreenak - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 14:08:26 EST ID:1Hyxksul No.62473 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62457
>>Is it canon they tax these civilizations?
No, absolutely not, OP just stated that to give credence to their suggestion that the UFP was some kind of corrupt UN in space. The UFP is a post-scarcity moneyless society in which all individuals contribute on a voluntary basis 'for the betterment of society and themselves.' The closest thing that's ever been mentioned to a tax on Federation worlds is in 'The Cloud Minders' where it is mentioned that the inhabitants of the planet, as members of the Federation, have an obligation to provide a mineral because it is desperately needed on another Federation world. So certainly the Federation lives under a policy of 'you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours' but not in a direct sense of 'you give us X many quatloos and we give you Y amount of protection' but more abstract general cooperation.

>> Why not interfere? If you can improve the civilization.
Because every time a more advanced civilization interferes with a more primitive one, regardless of intentions, the outcome is invariably disaster. In the old lore, neither the Klingons nor Romulans developed warp drive on their own but stole it in various ways, which is used to explain why they are still in the primitive war-like stage of interstellar relations while being advanced enough for space travel (this has since been modified.) There are tons of other examples, but it's widely seen as genuinely true simply because it's true in the real world; for example, in the discovery of the New World, or in the case of cargo cults and such; even with the best intentions, a more technologically advanced society fundamentally changes a more primitive one, even by the mere awareness of its existence.

This is so distabilizing to the social order of the more primitive society that it usually leads to the end of their existence in one way or another -- but also could theoretically lead to the end of the more advanced party too, as the consequences of the interaction of technology and culture are inherently unforseeable.
Thus, in short, the prime directive exists (and captain's get into trouble with it a lot) because it is the main problem w…
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tasha yarr memorial thread by Greer - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 12:12:13 EST ID:OKHRpmVC No.62264 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i just watched tasha yarr's funeral and my soul has been RIPPED APART please KILL ME
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Lore - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 16:03:42 EST ID:rZIX04Ya No.62389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62386
Why cunt? Am I not allowed to ask questions about things? Where the fuck do you get off?
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Vegan420 - Mon, 06 Nov 2017 21:36:16 EST ID:eC4jDMEr No.62450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
omg i thought something was wrong with me when watching that episode.

yknow what, her death was too easy that i thought she was gonna get revived at the end right, and then the funeral is there and slowly the realization just creeps in. Man what she said about data almost had me in tears.

Glad im not the only one lmao!
the thing is i actually disliked her presence in season 1 and up until her canon death i still didn't care for her but man, that funeral scene huh?


>>62266
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Vegan420 - Mon, 06 Nov 2017 21:45:48 EST ID:eC4jDMEr No.62454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also how does the continuity come about with her transfer from alternate timeline enterprise D to enterprise C from 22 years in the past???

I am seriously confused about this right now.
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Vegan420 - Mon, 06 Nov 2017 21:47:05 EST ID:eC4jDMEr No.62455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62269
oh man i forgot she was ALWAYS talking about the rape gangs!!!
>>62273
>It was rape gangs.
ALWAYS.
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Vegan420 - Mon, 06 Nov 2017 21:51:36 EST ID:eC4jDMEr No.62456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>62297
Yeah man that was awkward seeing Troi being molestered by a spooky ghost. I was actually thinking to myself, no, are they viewing her moaning in a sexual context or am i high af?- wait... the ghost entered her vagina????

>>62310
OP is talking about RL funeral??
>>62325
Oh man lol


Sigh by Alexander Rozhenko - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 06:15:41 EST ID:kvFioDM1 No.60599 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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That feel when ridiculed by command for not bringing a potential hull breach to their attention before you had completed your analysis and prepared solutions.
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Tallera - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 06:44:22 EST ID:32QnZv7k No.60601 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>60599
I think someone else already explained what happened.
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Lupaza - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 18:22:06 EST ID:uEiq+W3x No.60616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60601
My lels just arrived at warp factor 9.975
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Vegan420 - Mon, 06 Nov 2017 21:44:18 EST ID:eC4jDMEr No.62452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60599
lmao it's funny cause we're all stoners and lit af. Yeah i've been wondering what kinda juice the dude had been vaping huahahah


Favorite Trek by M'Ress - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 10:50:00 EST ID:7RqgkW2V No.59985 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's your favorite Trek? Mine's Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman. I hope they don't fuck it up with the reboot.
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Guinan - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 05:25:32 EST ID:mVa50laX No.61912 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>61901
>the true nature of the angels is that they need to feast on converted souls, pic related
post yfw you realized that the Devidians and the malevolent psychic alien force in Voyager's "Coda" were the same motherfuckers
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Ensign Kashimuro Nozawa - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 13:37:29 EST ID:pkLOJNch No.62428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Best Trek film is the one where Odo travels back in time to the 1980s, and shapeshifts into a gay old vampire mentor for a young gay vampire.

>Modoc
>modoc
>mOdoc
>Odo
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B'Etor - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 14:25:55 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.62429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Lt. JG Saavik - Mon, 06 Nov 2017 20:12:10 EST ID:C4VTqvrr No.62443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>61901
I thought the vaporizing of pedos was a little bit heavy handed for a Star Trek. Too bad they made it in 1996 and didnt need Roddenberry to approve it. Also the episode where a transporter replication error turns Serraphim Monica into a black version of her self was a very sensitive portrayal of race issues in the 2370s
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Emperor Reclaw - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 13:06:41 EST ID:HXJVrO14 No.62469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59985
I like the computer game where Worf travels to a nuclear wasteland and gets really old and his hair falls out but he stays ripped and carries a minigun around and even founds a town. But somehow he's also the big bad guy but he wears a massive armoured suit so you'd never know. So then after that he builds a village of old worn out klingons in a ski ranch.


Star Trek actors harassment accusations by James Moriarty - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 14:56:01 EST ID:hFm/kT8s No.62276 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>several veteran extras and support staff have come forward with stories originally reported in the early 2000's

>many of these have been silenced to "stop the rot" from coming to the television industry

>no charges filed at the moment

>source material has often been unconfirmed and many from the crews are still showing no signs of naming names

>currently this, like the recent Hulu controversy, has been under the radar due to larger controversies elsewhere

>the current situation is to the benefit of the harassers
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Hikaru Sulu - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 14:59:50 EST ID:sQLio0UG No.62343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if you have not got any evidence then accusations really are meaningless before the law.

Anyone can make an accusation, you, me, the president, they can not be accepted by a lawful society unless proven.
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DaiMon Tarr - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 08:21:27 EST ID:icYgfHGA No.62424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62329
Hohoho.
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B'Etor - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 10:54:42 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.62426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62329
You're an idiot. Nobody gains by making such claims.
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Dexter Remmick - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 11:01:38 EST ID:htEtR1vu No.62427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62426
The Moral Highground is valuable currency in an (internet) society where Identity and Reputation is what matters and nothing else
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B'Etor - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 14:26:59 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.62430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62427
I'm talking about in real life, not on the internet. Making bogus claims against some big celebrity would only get you blacklisted.


Explain how the Orville by Chakotay - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 11:35:17 EST ID:rZIX04Ya No.62333 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is not just a glorified fan fiction?
Seth MacFarlane hasn't had an original bone in his body for years
It's aggressively stupid
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Ensign Robin Lefler - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 15:55:51 EST ID:q6ecZuUK No.62347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62346
Don't watch the first episode. Just don't.
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Captain Rudolph Ransom - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 17:16:19 EST ID:00CV1Z7S No.62350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>62341
The 'actual continuations of originals with fans working on them' were all shut down by CBS's fan-film order, which they made to basically clear the playing field for DSC (really because they wanted a piece of that sweet Axanar kickstarter money.) So what you're saying would fit your bill is an option that is impossible.

>>Just because you like something doesn't mean I have to
No shit. The OP of this thread is 'explain why Orville isn't fan fiction' which has been answered for you. If the thread you really wanted to make was 'Orville is bad and you have to say it's bad to post in this thread' then 'just because you don't like something doesn't mean I have to.' This thread is garbage, nb.
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Biddle Coleridge - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 19:38:30 EST ID:ZlJp0gcI No.62354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62350
Its just another tinfoiler troll thread. nb
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Roger Lemli - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 13:08:18 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.62379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62346
Just read The Orville thread.
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Thomas Riker - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 22:16:48 EST ID:iP0kMRIv No.62396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm perfectly fine with a high production value fan fiction.


between the lines by Rawnut Jellyman - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 23:06:54 EST ID:nE30nn/n No.62299 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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In J.J. Abrams’ Into Darkness(Abrams was also a Scientology fan once upon a time), the crew of the Enterprise go on a mission to prevent the planet Nibiru’s catastrophic volcano from erupting and wiping out all of the living things on the planet. The primitive inhabitants of Nibiru witness this rescue and record the event via ancient markings. Kirk is reprimanded for exposing the still-developingplanet to foreign technology and effectively flipping their world upside down.
Much of Scientology’s dogma comes from a mythos similar to this. Also, many Scientologists believe that an apocalyptic event similar to Nibiru’s will happen to us in this century. That’s quite a similarity, and judging by Abrams’ past hobbies, it very well could have been intentional.
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Kessick - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 13:47:06 EST ID:IpebbzMW No.62304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62300
Structural integrity fields let a ship withstand the force of accelerating to full impulse I think they're okay for water pressure and a lot of other shit.
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Guinan - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 13:58:37 EST ID:Hzew1D4O No.62308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62304
I mean this is a good argument and it can explain the pressure being withstood, but how do they actually get the Δv needed to accelerate out of a body of water without using the impulse engines, since they LIFT out of the water. The idea is it's all thrusters.. which in space might be able to be effective, but which would have to be mightily powerful and numerous in order to lift a ship that massive.

But the integrity fields, that's a damn good point. You're alright. I liek you.
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Kessick - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 14:35:04 EST ID:IpebbzMW No.62309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62308
I reckon a starship could get out, but you raise a good point. There'd be visible THRUSTing when they do it, which I don't remember, as you said a lot of power and that would mean a lot of force the other way. And I've only seen the first 15 minutes of that film twice and I don't remember fire and steam and water being thrown everywhere.
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Etana Jol - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 17:47:56 EST ID:nuPPHgen No.62318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62309
Something magical to do with the same tech they use to get artificial gravity?

Artificial antigravity?

I dunno...transporter tech? Trek has some options to choose from....
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Lt. Talas - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 18:40:35 EST ID:5gL4HgaT No.62319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>62318
Artificial gravity antigravity


"Bald tier" picture by Q - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 16:05:04 EST ID:C4VTqvrr No.62232 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I went through every page and I couldn't find this picture again. It has EMH and Picard/sisko at the top tier and then Neelix tier at the bottom along with Wesley and Mayweather. Cannot find it on google.
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Homn - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 18:45:57 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.62286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62265
I saw them again on their last tour a few months ago. It was amazing. I hadn't laughed so hard in many many years. Their shows are truly a unique experience.
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Guinan - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 19:29:47 EST ID:Hzew1D4O No.62289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62283
Yeah I like chipotle kinda, like I can see the potential in the character, the writers just fucked him up so bad.. he became a sycophant to Janeway right away instead of having a divide between Starfleet and Maquis until they learned to work together.. Voyager seemed to have wanted to do that, but instead they chickened out. Because Chipotle chickened out.

And another thing he used the Ahkoonah like once or twice.. that shit would have been a great dues ex machine with him seeing shit in his visions that helps the crew along it's journey. They should have made him and Janeway a couple just straight up. Fucking in the ready room and all that. Janeway would forget all about her dog and that rando mark guy.

Chipotle would have been better if played as a more mystical character and also it would have been nice to have chosen a single or two tribes (like one from each parent) to say that he hailed from instead of just blanket categorizing an entire fucking continent.. I mean there were a lot of different cultures in the Americas, I if they would said oh hey he's part Hopi, he could be all
>"..the prophecies of my ancestors came true. And the eugenics wars and consequent third world war did change the world. We did enter a golden age after, of replicators and fusion power, but even with all that human nature followed and the csrdassian war divided us once again, for afterwards Starfleet made a treaty and tried to force us from our homes, but this time we were ready.. and we had the badlands"

Then they could said that he was also part central American and the those retarded space brother tattoo artists into being some kind of traveller species that accidentally crashed on Mexico, had no prime directive and began trading with the native Mayans (not having replicators and needing say gold and silver for electronics) You could explain their presence as being more influential than doing everything for the Mayans in ancient alien type shit.. like the reason they were so interested in astronomy was because of these visitors, it kinda nudged them to be interested in this stuff. That way it's not racist in saying, hey these people couldn't have done shit without …
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Herbert Rossoff - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 19:33:20 EST ID:rZIX04Ya No.62292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62289
Bro you ever had Chipotle's chicken??? It will set phasers to fun ;)
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Lauren - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 19:53:11 EST ID:C4VTqvrr No.62296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62289
Mark is a rando. Im on season 3 and i hope he doesn't appear again
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Guinan - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 04:43:29 EST ID:Hzew1D4O No.62301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62296
I think Janeway cares more about her dogs than Mark.

>"..do you like dogs Mr Paris?"


How's Star Trek Discovery already have a book out? by DaiMon Bractor - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 11:51:39 EST ID:/6VHUlUm No.62262 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I mean every Star Trek and Star Wars book I have ever read has been garbage, except Tarkin since he's more badass than Vader but that's a topic for another thread.

Basically the core point here is that Star Trek seems to be engaged in the same greedy merchandising that Star Wars is where the show is basically a conduit to sell stuff.

Furthermore this marketing strategy seems to be well planned in advance.
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B'Etor - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 16:50:21 EST ID:UbixIY2k No.62284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62262
The same reason every movie had a novelization released at the same time. It's marketing to get the title visibility up. They've been doing it for decades. Calm down, Broccoli.
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B'Etor - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 18:11:44 EST ID:UbixIY2k No.62285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62284
To add to this, if you want to maybe some of the evolution of this show, read the book. Novelizations tend to have deadlines several months ahead of a release date so that they have time to publish and distribute the book so that it can hit the streets when the movie/show premieres. In the Back to the Future novelization Doc Brown is darker, meaner character than what we see in the film. Alien3's novelization had much of what later appeared in the Assembly Cut. The Abyss had the original ending plus scenes that had been cut; the author bitched in later interviews about the film not matching the book.

The point is that the book may contain more of Fuller's work so people can see how the show could have looked, or characters that were dropped or how the current ones would have been different. It depends on the book's deadline.
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Herbert Rossoff - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 19:31:31 EST ID:rZIX04Ya No.62290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62284
But steamed broccoli is best broccoli! Naw just playin

But this is not the right value system for Star Trek is all I'm saying

I mean value like values not like monetary value which is distinctly un-trek
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Captain Rudolph Ransom - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 11:36:51 EST ID:00CV1Z7S No.62334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62290
Do you expect Star Trek as a franchise to be run on some kinda post-scarcity egalitarian communalism in order to qualify as being authentic? Think about it, Trek can't decide to have it's own fucking economic system man, it's just a TV show.
Actually, if you want to look at it in a crazy way, by over the decades inspiring or popularizing so many high tech concepts, including post-scarcity manufacturing and moneyless society, you could argue that ST and sci-fi in general are what created the public belief in these developments' inevitability and thus are drawing them into reality...so they've more than done their part


Kelvin Trek is pissing me off by Jack Crusher - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 07:20:27 EST ID:UJv1sNL4 No.62227 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This makes me feel so fucking petty. But it's something that is legitimately fucking annoying me with Kelvin timeline Star Trek. Kelvin timeline is the one they are going to be using for the foreseeable future, that's annoying, but it's understandable, it's popular among the normie crowd, which is where all of the money is. What's really fucking me off royal is the fact that they aren't using ANY of the Star Trek races. Since 2009, the only canon Star Trek races to make any appearance in any movie or TV are:

>Vulcans
>Orion
>Klingons
>Romulans

Is there some kind of legal problems like with Prometheus and the Alien franchise? Out of the hundreds of races that Star Trek has to offer, why have they only used 4? They keep on making up races, I mean, most of the newcomers have been brand new aliens. Beyond was a good film, but pissed me off with every shot of Yorktown station, because it was packed full of aliens... But none of the canon aliens, just a bunch of people walking around with make-up putty smeared across their faces without rhyme or reason. Discovery keeps on mentioning the Andorians,the Denobulans, the Tellarites, even a mention to the fucking Benzite, but then they never show up. Hell, the Efrozians and Grazerites had members of their species as Presidents of the Federation, so they have to be big players? So, why are they always conveniently offscreen?

Am I the only person getting fucked off about this?
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Captain Rudolph Ransom - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 21:02:26 EST ID:qX5lLyFW No.62242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62240
Wait, STD is THAT close to TOS? Are you fucking kidding me.
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Guinan - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 21:31:38 EST ID:3T/wLRRT No.62244 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62242
It's syppised to be contemporaneous with the TOS pilot whi character occurs 10 years prior to the actual TOS series. Pretty weak, amirite?
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Temporal Agent Daniels - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 02:30:49 EST ID:RiUIXIPQ No.62257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62244
who are you trying to be better than?
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Guinan - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 13:01:26 EST ID:Hzew1D4O No.62267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>62257
Invalid question. Please rephrase.
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Homn - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 13:51:12 EST ID:q3XMUiXr No.62270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Is there some kind of legal problems like with Prometheus and the Alien franchise?

That's what I've heard. The guys ad midnight's edge went into detail about the whole rights thing between Paramount, CBS and shit in one of their episodes.I believe it's this one: https://youtu.be/57LmReEymG0


Dat gap by Dr. Reyga - Wed, 04 Oct 2017 13:15:08 EST ID:nuPPHgen No.61395 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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OK, just WTF is up with the weird gap in Discovery's saucer section?

Whomever designed this ship must have been high on space weed, because that is just some wasted space there. Plus, you have only 4 access points to like 1/5th of the ship. I know that Trek canon makes for some boring Federation vehicles (nacelles, and a saucer section can only go so far,) but this seems weird and silly.
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Jake Sisko - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 14:38:57 EST ID:zOP6CW8s No.61751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61621
this post sold me on watching more STD, for real.
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Mezoti - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 02:43:39 EST ID:iows5Uco No.61772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>61621
some craaaazy dreadlocks

Dude her hair is beyond glorious.

I can't show a picture of it because the bridge lighting on this show is shit, but it's godly. Grace Jones ain't got shit on this hair.
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Legate Damar - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 05:36:36 EST ID:aBP3+y8b No.61916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>61888
It's voyager quality treknobabble
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Guinan - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 04:13:46 EST ID:3T/wLRRT No.62221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61772
There was a good profile shot of her in the newest episode, I thought of you
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Kayron - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 16:57:33 EST ID:aTBNUBu0 No.62234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>62221
Our queen would be so proud.
It's like when you can hear the ripples of David Bowie's influence all over the musical landscape.
That hairdo is one of her ripples. She shaped the timeline that led to that glorious do. Without her influence it would not be the same.


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