Well first thing's first, as the social network this is says, I am a Trek fan. I love all the Trek shows and movies, but my favorite is TOS. I like to read, and I love working with computers on the internet, playing games, and likewise.
Mike your in the starfleet system I can tell you your membership number. Also I will will be submitting the paperwork tomorrow to. If you can email me both your contact numbers and address that will be cool. Should get your packet in in about two weeks. Also what are you doing next weekend and and labor day weekend?
I have put you down as 1st Lt. in the Starfleet Marines.
Hey Mike that cool. Hey are you on right now. Your fleet membership came though I can tell you your membership number and can you please email me your home address. I need to add it to the chapter membership form. It required by Starfleet.
Also if I can get you cell and home number as well?
"Number One..I have a special assignment for you. (pushes padd toward the Commodore) I'm sure you will find it..fascinating. Perhaps you will want to make use of my ready room? (Raises one eyebrow) Dismissed..
Command T'Pel, you will…"
In the tradition of David Letterman, I now present not one but two top 10 lists of everything that I liked and didn't like about the latest Star Trek movie, starting with the positive. So here we go...10: Lots of action. I know many people complain that this was nothing but an action movie that just happened to have Star Trek in the title, but I would rather sit through this again, than go back in time 30 years to sit through Star Dreck: The Motionless Picture, where nobody does anything but…See More
"Now I will lay me down to sleep,, I pray this cushy she life to keep
I pray for toys that look like mice ,, and sofa cushions soft in a nice
for grocery bag where I where I can just like a Tager crunched inside
I pray for garmeent.. kitties snack…"
A quote I read on Facebook: "Don't bankroll the intellectual desolation of the franchise by paying to see the latest film by J. J. Abrams. I have to believe you have better things to spend money on than encouraging Star Trek to be more about explosions and less about finding humanity in the void."