Tupperfan

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  1. Just wanted to put it out there: Doing a front-flip in Zero-G and then waving the Enterprise goodbye is the coolest thing someone could do in the 2270's, aside from saving Earth, maybe.

    1. Sehlat Vie

      Sehlat Vie

      I'm still trying to figure out how he kept from floating away after he kicked off from the spacedock itself (?).  Maybe action-reaction principle works differently in the 23rd century...:giggle:

  2. Ten minutes in, Star Trek V could still have been the best Trek movie ever. (Shut up, Gustavo! :p)

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    2. Tupperfan

      Tupperfan

      Generations is a guilty pleasure. The music is of course awesome, but it was also the first Trek movie I experienced in a theatre. By then, I wasn't too familiar with the Next Gen crew, but it was still a fascinating jump 75 years in the future from the TOS-movies period I knew best.

      Of course, it makes little sense, starts the bad Next Gen movie trend of writing most characters slightly off and a bridge kills (spoiler alert) Kirk (I'm not at all opposed to killing off Kirk, but it wasn't...elegant, if deaths ever are).

      So yeah, I like it, despite knowing better.

    3. Sherlock Holmes

      Sherlock Holmes

      Generations was my first Theatre experience too. Saw it 3 times. But I was very familiar with TNG. I was shocked to see (Spoilers) the Enterprise D destroyed. I was 8 at the time.

    4. GustavoLeao

      GustavoLeao

      I think GENERATIONS has wonderful performances from everyone kudos to director David Carson. Shatner deliver one of his best KIrk performances and Stewart and Malcolm McDowell are great in it too.

      STAR TREK V is the same thing - great acting all around. Watch the "I need my pain !" scene and the "Not in front of the Klingons" scene, great acting from Shatner, Nimoy and De Kelley. Even the campfire scene works. And Lawrence Luckinbill was just wonderful too as Sybok. He gave the movie some depth and gravitas. STAR TREK V,, as I said various times here before, is very an underrated adventure.

      Gus

  3. Star Trek is on my mind, Trekcore, thanks for asking.

  4. Go Habs Go! That is all.

  5. Solar storms affecting my satellite communications while stationned at a remote outpost: My job often makes me feel like I work and live in an isolated part of the Trek universe...

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    2. Sehlat Vie

      Sehlat Vie

      Be careful what you wish for... you may get it!

    3. Captain_Bravo

      Captain_Bravo

      Now...get in the closet...

    4. Sehlat Vie

      Sehlat Vie

      Glad you're on our side...

  6. And another hearth-wrecking Hockey game for Canada. This time the county's women take the gold against their arch-rivals, the USA. Yay for ridiculous patriotism!

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    2. Sehlat Vie

      Sehlat Vie

      Bieber and the Olympic torch... hmmm. Hope they don't light the wrong one by mistake. ;-P

    3. Captain_Bravo

      Captain_Bravo

      I'm betting between hair care product, alcohol, and coke he'd burn brightly for a time, then fade, leaving the world with a tragic metaphor of child stardom...

    4. Sehlat Vie
  7. Latvia is not good for Canadians hearth health.

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    2. Happy Russia

      Happy Russia

      Your sense of perception, and my apparent lack of couth somewhere, have given away my affinity for Philadelphia, yes. It's South Jersey, if you're a Devils fan, you might as well be a New Yorker. xD

    3. Tupperfan

      Tupperfan

      Well, Syd the Kid's hate is particularly strong in the Philly area. And I totally get Jersey's sports geopolitics, ;)

    4. Tupperfan

      Tupperfan

      Habs fan here. Pure and simple. From a family still divided along the lines of the old rivalry between the Canadiens and the defunct Quebec Nordiques!

  8. Why don't they call it "Planet Trek?" You never go to a star, not one time.

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    2. Sehlat Vie

      Sehlat Vie

      Ah Tupperfan. Now you've done it....

      ;-D (hee hee hee...)

    3. GenesisDevice

      GenesisDevice

      Community is awesome. :D

    4. Tupperfan

      Tupperfan

      The Vissians are not the Ent-D crew. Point still valid. And yes, Community is quite awesome.

  9. Food is definitely on my mind, Trekcore. Why did the pretzel place at the corner close down?!?

    1. Sherlock Holmes

      Sherlock Holmes

      Because they ran out of pretzels? Because Bad bookeeping? Because small businesses cannot survive in this corporate economy?

    2. Tupperfan

      Tupperfan

      Because I was pretty uch their only client, buying for $3 worth of food every week or two...

    3. Sherlock Holmes

      Sherlock Holmes

      eh, yeah its hard to pay the bills when youve only accumulated $24 that month

  10. My first beer in three weeks is on my mind, Trekcore.

    1. GenesisDevice
    2. Captain_Bravo

      Captain_Bravo

      What kind? That is the question which preoccupies our minds...

  11. Hahahahaha! I'm sorry, I went to Mars for a second, but I’m back now and I’ve got t-shirts for everybody!

  12. "Boom boom boom boom. I want you in my room. Let's spend the night together. From now until forever!" (I never said that what was on my mind would be anywhere near good)

    1. GenesisDevice

      GenesisDevice

      A little more forward than I'm used to, but whate-- oh, right...

    2. Tupperfan

      Tupperfan

      Well, heads up: Starting at Trekweb, there's a 10+ years history of narcissistic sig pics (except for TupperFAT: that was just self-shame) giving the idea that I'm one of these damn teases who won't put out.

    3. Starblind

      Starblind

      Vengaboys ....didn't expect to see them crop up here :P

  13. Emergency exits blocked by walls of snow. Good thing, cause it's worst outside and there's nowhere to go. Gotta love the Arctic!

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    2. Sehlat Vie

      Sehlat Vie

      "Too much work and not enough play makes Tupperfan a dull boy..."

      ;-D

    3. Tupperfan

      Tupperfan

      I hate play! F*ck play!

      And one day later, it didn't get better (we now have snow inside, as it gets through small cracks in the garage doors!) http://www.majhost.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=283022

    4. Virogen

      Virogen

      This is why I left Canada for Singapore :P

  14. Trek and Work break during the holidays...back at both now. Happy New Year to all!

  15. Trolling scammers is always fun.

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    2. Sherlock Holmes

      Sherlock Holmes

      Admiral that sounds like what G'kar said about swedish meatballs...

    3. Admiral Harmon

      Admiral Harmon

      It does sound G'Karish, don't it.

    4. Sehlat Vie

      Sehlat Vie

      Oh GD, how I love Lord Trolldemort... ;-D

  16. A baseball cap is kind of literally on my mind, Trekcore.

  17. Paperwork is on my mind, Trekcore.

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    2. Tupperfan

      Tupperfan

      Virtual website? I'm doing paperwork as part of my job and being completely paperless is just not an option yet in hat I do...

    3. Tupperfan

      Tupperfan

      But I pretend to answer to Trekcore in the site's status, given that the status filler is asking me what's on my mind...(don't explain the bad joke?)

    4. Admiral Harmon

      Admiral Harmon

      Jobs are for other people. You should just assimilate them, and they work, and you get paid for what they put in. Not that I'm volunteering. ;)

  18. "Well, my days of not taking you seriously are certainly coming to a...middle."

  19. "Well, my days of not taking you seriously are certainly coming to a...middle."

  20. If you must ask, Trekcore, food is on my mind.

    1. Sherlock Holmes

      Sherlock Holmes

      Im sorry Tupperfan, i tried to resist asking this for days. Is that food in Tupperware? (dont shoot me!!)

    2. Tupperfan