A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have. -Thomas Jefferson
I don't know what's going on, but I can't open this. And I really, really want to...
Open it, dammit! :)
First a pusher and now you sound like Bones!!! I finally got it to open and I've got to tell you that much of thiswas old ground that me and my Trekkie friends revisited many times. I loved the deadpan delivery. Very nice.
One episode of Babylon 5 will cure Trekkism.;)
Cube: I'm a blogger, not a doctor, dammit. ;P My biggest gripe with Trek is that they cannot let a series stand on it's own. I wanted to see a TNG movie. If I wanted to see a TOS movie, I would've pulled out a DVD and watched it. Dave and I watched the TNG reviews yesterday. Tonight we will likely watch Star Wars reviews. Those 'prequels' (my rosy posterior) are blasphemy. Beamish: HAHAHAHAAA! You and my older bro should go bowling! You could talk B5 all day. I love the intro line into this review: "Star Trek Generations is the stupidest movie ever made."I was so disgusted by the TNG movies. Troi sucks. I love that Plinkett harshes on her. :)
beamish: You are full of shit. Trek had it's problems, but Babylon was never even close to Trek. Sorry. Forgetabboutit.Brooke: Yeah, there were tons of stuff wrong with Generations, but guess what, I still loved it. I loved seeing Kirk again. I didn't love it as much as "First Contact", but I still loved it. I guess I have a mental illness... Trekism. Despite all the mental illness, Troi always sucked. What was that accent all about?
Hilarious.That is a hard core fan and could not suspend disbelief and enjoy the movie.
Brooke, Is your brother aware that Minbari society is based on "Valen" / Capt. Sinclair's Jesuit studies of Plato's Republic?;)
Curiously, they gave it an Islamic name. I don't know a whole lot about B5, though. Aren't the Minbari the ones with the thing on the back of the head? ;)
Yes. Minbari are boneheads.Like Plato's Republic, they were divided into warrior, worker, and religious castes by their propet Valen, who was really a time-traveled Captain Sinclair. Sinclair is technically Dalenn's ancestor.
beamish: You are full of shit. Trek had it's problems, but Babylon was never even close to Trek. Sorry. Forgetabboutit.All kidding aside, how many teaspoons are in an isoton?
I don't know the answer to that one, but I do know tachyons can do anything
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