Time to start growing that beard...


Let your freak flag fly, maaaaaaaan.

Okay, hear me out:

Star Trek: In Space!

[Console] A Battle Royale with the Borg! (www.playstartrekonline.com)

I think it's definitely a bubble that will burst eventually.

At the same time, I don't think there's any way to put the toothpaste back in the tube. This technology is out there, and even once the hype has died down, we're going to be dealing with it forever.


If you have to make things up that weren't in the episode, I'm going to respectfully suggest that your point is pretty bad.

I'm also going to suggest that you know that it's pretty bad, which is why you chose to employ such a weak rhetorical device to begin with.

But sure, I'm the one that's offended! lol

I believe I did responf directly to your misrepresentation of the facts, but do go on.

(please don't go on)

I think the cause of the Burn is a nearly-perfect example of Star Trek's humanist values, and find it interesting when people feel the need to go out of their way to misrepresent it with words like "magic" in an effort to justify their dislike of it.


I was fully expecting a villain (possibly because every press release has referred to a threat), but I hope it's a unique flavour of villain.

It sounds like he's going to play one of the kids' dad or something - given the 32nd century status quo, a more political antagonist could be fun.

Maybe a Terra Prime type or New Essentialist type?

I couldn't agree less re: the 32nd century. They've created an interesting setting, and I'm glad they're going to keep it alive.


Yes, it's been absolute pandemonium in the streets since the CAF dress code was relaxed in 2022. Thank goodness they are addressing this very real issue that the average Canadian cares deeply about.


Zefram Cochrane. No "ph."

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