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███ by Guinan - Sat, 19 Nov 2016 13:36:02 EST ID:RHNGWoY0 No.57075 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Did you ever hear about these fucking fast radio bursts? I'm pretty sure they're just pic related. We think they come from the farflung ends of the universe because we look and the only things it seems like they're coming from are hella far, but if was some ferengi trade ship by sirius how the fuck would we know?

after all you're not sposda go into high warp inside solar systems

Video is, however, unrelated


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGRkn9Ff6iA

I would so own that shit if I was a rich man
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Harry Kim - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 18:50:41 EST ID:fHr+JMyR No.57150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57147
In those instances, the one who are destroying the tribes are written to be morally in the right or something.
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Harry Kim - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 18:51:19 EST ID:fHr+JMyR No.57151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57150
*aren't written to be morally superior fuck
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Malcolm Reed - Fri, 23 Dec 2016 12:00:47 EST ID:5uU+DoWU No.57463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Regarding the Fermi paradox:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ttwl_zH_DZ8

Shows if you account for currently known factors it's simply technologically hard to detect radio broadcasts.
We currently aren't even able to detect radio broadcasts at our own level from any other star.

For a civilization to pick up the TOS series when it first aired it would have to be most likely type II.
Worse currently conceivable ways to detect our radio bubble would require the aliens to directly point the receiver at our solar system. So considering we are talking about fractions of an arc-second the probability of that happening becomes neg-liable.

So the point here: Our galactic neighborhood could be so full of live to the point where every other star system is inhabited and we wouldn't have noticed.
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Ambassador Soval - Sat, 24 Dec 2016 02:02:34 EST ID:L3E9v1HE No.57464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57077
Really strange to start seeing that there might be something out there living in space. The thought always grabbed my imagination, but there are all these strange signs that are so much bigger then the sort of stuff that happened prior to lets say a 100 years ago. I guess huamnity is fairly primitive, otherwise we'd know about how they where getting around even if we couldn't match it entirely.

The way my radio just cut out when I start browsing through those articles of yours and considering space faring speices sailing deep in space, its kind of got me spooked a bit.
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Guinan - Tue, 27 Dec 2016 01:17:46 EST ID:RHNGWoY0 No.57489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>57464
THEY KNOW


For the Love of Spock by Pavel Chekov - Sat, 23 Jul 2016 19:09:09 EST ID:N+RlYH+s No.55301 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZcIWWjLVZ8

Pretty stoked for this.
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Stonn - Thu, 22 Dec 2016 08:05:40 EST ID:J3LWDK5j No.57452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57421
You should be able to make it. Just have something to bite down on maybe.
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Minuet - Fri, 23 Dec 2016 09:04:05 EST ID:Z1BeFVBN No.57460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57421
What's TBBT and why is there so much pretension surrounding it? Why was JJ in the film?
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Admiral Cartwright - Sat, 24 Dec 2016 02:16:25 EST ID:zdJLz8PT No.57465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57460

TBBT stands for "The Big Bang Theory", which many nerds hate because they consider it to be profiting off of exploiting nerd experiences while ostensibly claiming to be created by fellow nerds.

In order to demonstrate their true nerdness, nerds will then, instead of ignoring it, annoyingly turn their volume up to 11 so that we all know to know how much they hate the show and thus increase their own reputation as an authentic nerd, since no real nerd would enjoy this exploitative franchise. Similar to how high school kids will rant about how much they hate the current pop star to show how much of an independent thinker they are.
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Senator Vreenak - Sat, 24 Dec 2016 09:01:22 EST ID:rbIadFk0 No.57470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57465

>nerds will then, instead of ignoring it, annoyingly turn their volume up to 11


First - You are posting on a star trek board and talking shit on "nerds".

Second - Modern popular culture is trash. Stop defending it.
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Mobara - Sat, 24 Dec 2016 14:51:18 EST ID:tCeGH3tc No.57473 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57465
Everyone signals virtue, we all have pride, and Sheldon is easy to hate. Let's just post some trek ok?


Guys I've done it. by Vice Admiral Leyton - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 21:16:20 EST ID:5aCbAqEw No.56516 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've watch every single ep and movie of star trek not counting the Nu-movies
in order of stardate. It took nearly a year of marathon style watching. As I type this the end credits to nemesis are rolling.

It's been some kind of journey. I'm tired now.
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Senator Tal'aura - Mon, 19 Dec 2016 18:36:46 EST ID:zsuUhNCG No.57401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57399
Basically I think keeping Winn in the dark was a deliberate act by the prophets.
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Lonzo - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 14:46:18 EST ID:HjMsIHnO No.57412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57399
I guess that's another interpretation. It's definitely hard to call. Though actually thinking about the wormhole aliens nature more it gets even more complex.

I think the thing that makes it go from grey to colours our eyes can't perceive is that the prophets don't perceive linear time. So does that mean they always knew Wynn would do what she did? To them was this just a thing that Wynn does rather than something she would or had or could do?
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Colonel Lovok - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 15:18:20 EST ID:KikjBBjU No.57413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57412
>So does that mean they always knew Wynn would do what she did?

Its sort of like Predestination without the paradox. The Prophets saw that Wynn was unfaithful and untrustworthy, so they rejected her, which led to losing all faith and trust in the Prophets, which the Prophets saw that Wynn... and so on and so on.
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B'Etor - Sat, 24 Dec 2016 02:55:49 EST ID:zsuUhNCG No.57467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57412
Well, the prophets are extra-temporal, so they could have easily changed "what Winn does" because that is exactly what time does to people who are forced to obey it. But they chose not to, despite the fact that they had an easy in to change her faith to their side (her undying, until a point, rank-and-file loyalty), which means they must have had some motive behind choosing not to.
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Koss - Sat, 24 Dec 2016 05:23:46 EST ID:HjMsIHnO No.57468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57467
See I don't think she was ever really a believer in the prophets. I think she believed in the religious institution, the vedek assembly and not the prophets. Once they started proving themselves she still still put the institution above the so called deities it worshipped. They chose the emissary but she always thought she knew better. Doesn't sound like undying faith to me.

I think that sort of thing isn't unique to space villains, there's a lot of it on earth now.


Fan Projects by Mobara - Wed, 21 Dec 2016 21:32:51 EST ID:Mo/cULC+ No.57445 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are your favorite Star Trek fan projects?

I've only listened to one episode of the audio drama Star Trek: Excelsior so far (s04e02: "Guards! GET THEM!") but I'm digging it so far, even though the voice acting is somewhat cheesy at times.
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Commander Tebok - Wed, 21 Dec 2016 21:44:08 EST ID:G+Q9PqR6 No.57447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57445
Maybe not quite what you're thinking, but the TNG Recuts by *military rank* Grin are simply amazing material. It's a mirror universe TNG series where the crew is seemingly self aware of their own plot armor.

This episode is fucking brilliance on an unprecedented level:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJgQYpuTQhE
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Borg Queen - Thu, 22 Dec 2016 15:30:51 EST ID:HjMsIHnO No.57457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57447
Also the crew are all monstrously evil (though they pale next to Picard). Deana tells anyone with a problem that if they can't cut it she knows a freighter and Data often callously laughs at everyone's misfortune.
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Koss - Sat, 24 Dec 2016 08:07:55 EST ID:HjMsIHnO No.57469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57457
*transport ship
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Koss - Sat, 24 Dec 2016 09:48:59 EST ID:HjMsIHnO No.57471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugQiLYLqajE

This is a good example of an episode. Homm has a drinking problem.


Pineapple! That's my favorite. How on Earth did you know? :D by Lt. JG Nog - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 07:22:15 EST ID:siczhJsP No.57338 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Malcolm Reed discussion.
He is a pretty understated character. Obviously he's kinda anti-social. He even comes off as possibly gay considering the way that he seems to have no interest in the opposite sex. But he's a genius when it comes to his station and he's pretty good under pressure and at coming up with quick solutions like in this episode (Silent Enemy) where him and Trip basically pulled 2 phase cannons out of their asses in 2 days.
Is Reed a good character or is he just boring. I think it's safe to say that he's definitely not just boring and generic (like Mayweather), my opinion is that it's just his kind of personality that doesn't make for him being extremely compelling or a good center of attention for an episode.
Also, who are your favorite characters from ENT?
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Seska - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 08:49:24 EST ID:bkt5Kr1U No.57339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Phlox, Porthos.
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Weyoun 5 - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 11:59:29 EST ID:2CjFaDB+ No.57343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57338
I get the impression that Reed has slowly become accepted because he's not an idiot, and he doesn't have any grating character flaws. In a decent series, he would be considered a bad character. Then again, in a decent series, he would have been a new O'Brien, and not just Malcolm Reed.
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Captain Kargan - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 19:54:57 EST ID:+5hgZe3l No.57349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Reed is awesome, he's so great because he is the total opposite of your average Trek character. Instead of being loud, charismatic, and full of himself (i.e. an Ameribro in fact or in style like most of the human crewmembers) he is quiet, thoughtful, fastidious and just likes to do a good job and follow the rules (i.e. a genuine Eurobro.)
The fact that he doesn't jump in your face and is unassuming while also being very competent at his job really makes me enjoy what little screen time he does get.
He would be my top pick for a starfleet security chief (Odo is probably a better security officer, but I'll never trust that shifty shapeshifter.)
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Tal Celes - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 20:04:17 EST ID:CHCnx9IP No.57351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57338
Shran, and maybe Archer himself.
The whole show gets a bad rap.
It's mainly because autismal trekkies that have permanent nostalgiaboners for TNG simply can't handle it, and never give it a chance.
Archer starts out pretty much having no idea what he's doing, but trying hard anyway. This is often interpreted as Bakula being a bad actor, or the script being bad.
It's actual character development.
This is probably the hardest show to choose best characters for, because they change so much.
TNG, all the characters remain exactly the same, until maybe the movies.
Enterprise, you have Archer as a pilot trying hard to be a diplomat and explorer, doing a job literally no man had done before-- he goes through major changes throughout the show, and by the end, he's a True Captain.
Similarly, Hoshi starts out a whimpering wuss, but ends up being one of the strongest realest niggas on the show, see her part in the Xindi arc.
Reed actually loosens up over time, and turns useless paranoia and stiffness into real tactical security knowhow.
The only characters that really suck are Trip, because he only becomes more and more of a pussy over time, and Mayweather, because they spend so many episodes trying to make him grow, but just never pull the trigger. Mainly you end up remembering he has like three episodes where he breaks his fucking leg.

I really like Soval, because he also grows vastly and goes from an intransigent bigot into respect for humanity and into a more flexible and brave character, befitting the cultural reaction to the infiltration of Vulcan by the Romulan fascists.


seen Original, TNG, Voyager - what next? by Nyota Uhura - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 02:12:09 EST ID:RsHifULz No.56841 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know there are a few other Treks out there. I'd like to watch a new series. I'd like good character development, and relations between characters being well written and acted - that is more important to me than pewpewpew battles and stuff. I love the futuristic-ness, and pewpewpew battles are great, but it's okay if they're not as common as in the other series.

So, could any of you sell me on a series? I miss being drawn into another world. I'm pretty lonely and depressed right now and I'd like to just leave Earth for a while, if you know what I mean.
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Mot - Mon, 12 Dec 2016 15:24:04 EST ID:+5hgZe3l No.57299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57298
....what? The Xindi arc wasn't even dreamed of in SEASON 1 of ENT. Do you really think that a television production has three seasons worth of scripts in the can before they film the first episode? What would be the point of making a dramatic and structural change for the whole 3rd season if that was the kind of show they wanted to run all the time?

The Xindi arc was designed to return to major serialized storylines to recapture the success of DS9 after a weak first two seasons. Read the Braga quote in the 'Background information' part of this MA article, where he talks about how they decided to change direction in between seasons 2-3, and notes the date the script for 'The Xindi' was submitted in 2003:
http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/The_Xindi_(episode)

Man I saw the first episode of ENT air live on TV, several weeks after 9/11. That episode wasn't based on post-9/11 paranoia, nor was much of the first season, because that indeed already had been produced by then. But don't take my word for it, here's Scott Bakula's commentary:
http://www.blastr.com/2013-3-27/infamous-enterprise-xindi-arc-bakula-explains-why-it-happened

Sorry, you guys got caught saying something that's just factually incorrect. Give it up.
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Rom - Mon, 12 Dec 2016 18:15:05 EST ID:CG+1b+IA No.57302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57299
Well the "Xindi Arc" was part of the temporal cold war. The arc started there but okay I'll concede that's me being technically correct rather than meaningfully so. But that aside I don't see how I'm wrong. Read my post again. Whether anything more than "there's a temporal cold war" was filled in doesn't matter. My point was that by the time the Xindi shit proper was shot that it was post 9/11 and the peak of it.

I'm being a bit unclear so that's mostly my fault.

That said you're correcting me and telling me I'm wrong saying that the show was shot before 9/11 because the first season was shot before 9/11.

What I was trying to say was that, 2 years later when the Xindi arc went from the occasional person saying "what do you know about the temporal cold war" to this mammoth that dragged waaaay to fucking long that this is what was on people's mind. Not that season 1 was post 9/11 paranoia but that by the time season 3 happened it was. And that there's much more to a production than just the words. I'm not a TV/Film expert but if you want argue I'm wrong you know even less.

I think we're talking about different things there. Do you follow me now?
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DaiMon Bok - Mon, 12 Dec 2016 19:57:06 EST ID:+5hgZe3l No.57307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>57302
I'm just baffled by this entire correspondence. You clearly are talking about something different than the person whose statement you were defending, so don't act like I'm the one who is confused.

>>57287 said
>>the xindi arc was written before 9/11

When I cited factual evidence that this was not the case, you defending them by saying
>>57298
>>That arc was written and established prior to 9/11
but also
>>it was created and finally interpreted at the peak of post 9/11

I pointed out historical evidence indicating that the Xindi hadn't even been imagined before the mid of season 2, when Paramount issued them a directive to re-tool the series. That the Xindi time-line was ham-fistedly woven into their larger Temporal Cold War arc doesn't mean anything to do with the Xindi attacking earth was thought up before Season 1 aired. And in fact we have lots of evidence from the show producers who talk about how the concept of the Xindi emerged, I encourage you to research the plethora of information about it out there if you're so interested. Here's another good MA article:
http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Xindi
>> The concept of the Xindi was additionally inspired by the attacks on 9/11 and those responsible for them. Director David Livingston mused, "The Xindi were [...] destroying parts of Earth, so it was reflective of what was going on at the time."
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Third of Five - Tue, 13 Dec 2016 12:43:01 EST ID:CG+1b+IA No.57318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57307
None of the above. I wasn't defending anyone else's viewpoint merely establishing my own. The appologising for not presenting it correctly.

>I'm being a bit unclear so that's mostly my fault.
You are confused. However it's my fault you're confused. That's my final offer.

If the Xindi were or weren't established in season 1 or 2 doesn't change that ENT at it's worst (Season 3) was AMERICA FUCK YEAH. And that even you support that.

Also I always assumed the Romulan cities were the Borg all along.
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Tal Celes - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 19:51:38 EST ID:CHCnx9IP No.57348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56841
this thread died due to pic related


Trek Miss-steps by Ensign Vorik - Mon, 12 Dec 2016 19:00:23 EST ID:sQLio0UG No.57303 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Was this the lowest point in Star Trek?
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Third of Five - Tue, 13 Dec 2016 14:51:45 EST ID:CG+1b+IA No.57319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57306
Nah at least that had a good and well used cast. Shame the usual kid actors weren't as good as mini Ro and mini Guinan.
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Toral - Wed, 14 Dec 2016 11:19:35 EST ID:zdJLz8PT No.57333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57306

As lazy as that all was, the lowest point in the movie was how Kirk fixed the ship, as eloquently summarized by a former /1701/er, "He kicks the ship. He kicks the ship. HE KICKS THE FUCKING BILLION DOLLAR REACTOR AND IT FUCKING WORKS AGAIN"
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Lt. JG Nog - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 02:48:45 EST ID:siczhJsP No.57336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57333
I mean, isn't that a super Kirk thing to do though?
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Phlox - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 06:16:53 EST ID:zdJLz8PT No.57337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57336

I can see where you're coming from in that its a low-tech solution to a high-tech problem, but he didn't give a speech afterwards about how kicking shit to make it work again is part of the human condition and how our flaws and emotional reactions make us more real or some bullshit like that.

If it had been Scotty kicking stuff to fix it and blaming it on a hunch I'd probably be down, but that scene just felt weak to me
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Jal Culluh - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 11:25:31 EST ID:u6dCSttB No.57341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57336
no it was a Parody!Kirk thing to do, which is the problem with all of JJ's playing in someone else's 'verses

Real!Kirk was a guile hero who only used fisticuffs as a backup plan when it was actually needed, not as the first and only plan that parodies of him use


but captain... by Turanj - Tue, 06 Dec 2016 18:57:14 EST ID:1MnlPaJQ No.57230 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Captain, it is illogical not to live for fun.Your brain gets smart, but your head gets dumb.
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Kor - Tue, 06 Dec 2016 19:27:20 EST ID:siczhJsP No.57231 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Admiral Nechayev - Wed, 07 Dec 2016 09:39:27 EST ID:S1IWIS7q No.57236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57230
IT'S JUST A DAMN SONG YOU GREEN BLOODED FREAK
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Menos - Sat, 10 Dec 2016 22:44:51 EST ID:/M7y7o2O No.57283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I swear to god I'm going to blackbag you and you will wake up in an engine-less runabout where all computer sounds are replaced with that song and your food replicator has been imprinted with an AI replication of Guy Fieri's brain


Is there any notable fight theme in Star Trek besides The Ritual/Ancient Battle/Second Kroykah? by DaiMon Solok - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 00:09:43 EST ID:RxQ4CZd2 No.57197 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ba ba bum bum bum bum BABABUUM
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Benny Russell - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 00:21:10 EST ID:xFnlgs1F No.57201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57197
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoit0OdKt-I

The part at :19 is pretty distinctive from the Wrath of Khan.

The Music in TNG seasons 1,2, and 3 is amazing and often is the only thing making season 1 episodes watchable.
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[REDACTED] /1701/ - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 00:46:02 EST ID:9isVrhD2 No.57203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's always this classic Trek fight theme

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YarC-_HadzI
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Elizabeth Cutler - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 02:41:13 EST ID:KikjBBjU No.57208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Its more of a sting, to be fair, but the end of Best of Both Worlds when Riker gives the order fire.
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Guinan - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 16:44:22 EST ID:RHNGWoY0 No.57211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57197

What about the Klingon theme? It fulfills numerous roles but there's definitely times that it's a fight song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58wJRrvVgZI

OG THUG VERSION
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Katogh - Tue, 06 Dec 2016 21:52:34 EST ID:wiVZuv7W No.57233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTstNuaJXqM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNNu0rqp3mo

not super notable but they are a couple good ones.


high star trek thoughts by Youngblood - Thu, 04 Aug 2016 17:28:39 EST ID:/iciKmny No.55480 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>be me
>smokin bud
>streaming star trek: enterprise
> it's that episode where the enterprise has to go through this big dangerou nebula and everyone gets trapped in the catwalk for like 8 days
> thinkin bout how someone could best run a starship
> command structure works for getting single important tasks done, but not at all for lots of small tasks
> i bet the enterprise has an enterprise/b/
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Jack Crusher - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 21:31:01 EST ID:2c/BrV4l No.57159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Is it just me being high or does Colm Meaney look just like Percy from Thomas The Tank Engine?
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Guinan - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 16:48:55 EST ID:RHNGWoY0 No.57213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57159

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAkR2WU0zYs
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The Fool !oj3475yHBQ - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 04:03:02 EST ID:fl5MawBt No.57221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>57159
>>57213
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Vice Admiral Leyton - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 10:43:40 EST ID:3xil6/oq No.57222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57213
I like that it's president Grin now. Also when the big discussion of trek series to watch gets posted I keep kicking myself for not remembering the Grinverse.

That episode captures the true misery of O'Brien's family life. But I loved the twist.
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Tavek - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 15:55:27 EST ID:xFnlgs1F No.57223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Grin just posted on FB that he's coming up with a finale to the current set of recuts. Once he's done with that, I'll be getting my box-set by mail :)


Beyond by Greer - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 20:06:45 EST ID:peaA0hL6 No.57097 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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/1701/ I plead you to absolve me of my sins.

It has taken me until today to watch Star Trek Beyond. And now having seen the error of my ways I am overcome with guilt for not having supported it while it was in cinemas. I was busy in the summer, and the closest theatres weren't showing it, but I should have travelled. I should have made the effort.

It is so much better than Into Darkness. I swear that I will buy the bluray. But I humbly request absolution from my peers.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 18:34:35 EST ID:7HWy+zYr No.57148 Report Quick Reply
>>57141
Plinkett is spot on about how there's Series Picard and Movie Picard.
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Captain Rudolph Ransom - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 18:47:44 EST ID:KtWNdhPh No.57149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57143
Don't forget infinite giant spock as well.
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General Martok - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 21:28:17 EST ID:1MnlPaJQ No.57158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Got another 1/3 of the way through the movie. So many one-in-a-million coincidences and bullshit. Hey there's like 1000 soldiers at this place I know let's not guard these prisoners and let them escape and fuck around. Let's explain my master plan to these prisoners for no apparent reason. I lost it at the motorcycle jump into transporter beam shit. And then I lost it again at the "hey we haven't tested anything but let's push this star ship off a cliff with everyone on board, what could go wrong?"

Still have about 35 minutes to go, but I need to calm down before I finish it. I'm actually really wondering what the plot twist will be for Krull or whatever his name is.
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Jack Crusher - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 22:54:26 EST ID:2c/BrV4l No.57163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57097
No harm done. JJTrek is so much better when JJ has nothing to do with it. You weren't to know.
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Kathryn Janeway - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 17:02:41 EST ID:v7i5CQa0 No.57214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57212

It's not so much that that's all he can do as that's specifically what he's hired to do and he'll probably catch shit for being too original for taking risks.

That's why he slapped the cloverfield brand on the really decent Misery-meets-Alex-Jones thriller movie that became 10 Cloverfield Lane.

Nothing from the Cloverfield franchise helps the movie except in that it provides a completely un-earned ultimate climax on top of the well developed climax from the original story. Though I can't really say whether it's better in the end for the movie to be about a guy bunkering down in a real apocalypse rather than one that's in his head or that he lied about to imprison some drifters.

JJ Abrams might be unable to break his successful mold anymore but at least he's behind Dan Trachtenberg? Dan Trachtenberg seems like he might develop into a pretty good director. If that asshole can just stimulate the development of fresh directors without imposing his style onto them like he imposed Stephen Spielberg's style onto himself.


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