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Anthony Burdge posted a status
"How would it feel,if you could say you were responsible for making #StarTrek happen? http://www.startrekanthology.com/donations-for-uniforms"
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Leland Frame posted photos
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Trekscribbler (aka Ed) posted blog posts
18 hours ago
Steve Emirzian commented on Captain A. Thompson's video
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Alan's Work Bee

"Very cool. Have you considered trying to build a 2-man shuttle pod from Next Gen like the EL BAZ that Data would take once in awhile. It's not much bigger than a worker bee and is much easier to build than a full sized shuttle craft."
yesterday
Steve Emirzian replied to Steve Emirzian's discussion Doomsday Machine questions
"Good point. We know the BRIDGE was uninhabitable so the hanger bay may have looked undamaged but was. I would have liked a line or two at least indicating the shuttles were not an option (something next generation probably would have covered). Then…"
Tuesday
Trekscribbler (aka Ed) posted a blog post

February 24: On This Day in Sci Fi History

As I've mentioned many times, I was a slow convert to Syfy's updated Battlestar Galactica.  The chief problem I had with it initially was that I thought the pacing on the original miniseries was just plain awful: as it turned out, I watched it on DVD when it was released, and I found that it played better without…See More
Tuesday
Leland Frame posted photos
Tuesday
Leland Frame replied to T'Bree's discussion Intergalactic Breeding …
"I believe it was Carl Sagan who came up with the "houseplant analogy". That was one of the reasons he didn't care much for STAR TREK (As he stated in his book "Broca's Brain"). He was just too much of a scientist to…"
Monday
Leland Frame replied to Steve Emirzian's discussion Doomsday Machine questions
"Hey, just because a guy is older, doesn't mean he's out of shape! Look at Kirk and Kruge's fight in THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK a few years later!"
Monday
Leland Frame replied to Steve Emirzian's discussion Doomsday Machine questions
"I don't know if the Constellation's shuttles were in any shape to fly, after all the ship had taken a hell of a beating, and even If the shuttles were intact, there may have been no power to the bay doors. Also, It probably would have…"
Monday
warjinzo posted photos
Monday

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