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Old 11-27-2008, 03:05 PM
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Post I Used To Love Star Wars

Heres My Story.

Ahem, grab popcorn folks!

Ok. So, I loved Star Wars, i went to every movie at the theatre. I didn't really care for Trek, asmany. But, my dad forced me to watch it. I sighed, not realizing what i was in for. By the end of the movie, i was upstairs playing Star Trek: Leagacy ( I watched STII) I never watched Star Wars Again. All Star Trek! One night, my dad brought home the Clone Wars. I just went to bed.And Now, i'll get to See Trek In The Theatre For The FIRST TIME EVER!! What does this have to do with the movie?? Before i watched Trek, I Thought It was Geeky Trash! But, After Watching It At Its Best, I Love It (Why Would I be on here if i didn't?)So, if kids would summon up some courage to go see it, every id will adore Trek! It won't be geeky anymore, and i'll be the coolest kid at school. ( at least thats the bright future) The dark future is that everyone will hate me and call me geeky and i'll be thrown into the trash cans. Even my best friend has almost punched me for getting excited about Trek. GO ABRAMS! SAVE ME!
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Old 11-27-2008, 04:04 PM
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hahahahaha....woooo......you know what I did when people dissed me for liking Trek? It simply confirmed my suspicion that I understood something they did not. I know, I know..its's the typical elitist Trekfan attitude right, but man if people pick on you because you are a fan of something, they obviously have some issues with their own lives, and you don't need JJ or anyone else pandering to those people.
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Original assault on the Death Star, with all its faux WWII dam-busting attitude, is still more enthralling than any space battle Trek has put onscreen.

That said, Star Trek is about Kirk/Spock/McCoy more than anything else. Lifelong friendship, the human spirit, teamwork, sacrifice...real values.

They both have their appeal.
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Old 11-28-2008, 08:30 AM
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They both have their appeal.
Abso-freakin'-lutely!!!
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Old 11-28-2008, 08:32 AM
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I walked out Star Wars back in '76.

Sucked.
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I walked out Star Wars back in '76.

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Umm didn't it come out in 77?
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Old 11-28-2008, 12:25 PM
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Not for me.

I did the ol' slingshot-around-the-sun-trip and walked out on it a year early.
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Old 11-29-2008, 12:07 AM
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Original assault on the Death Star, with all its faux WWII dam-busting attitude, is still more enthralling than any space battle Trek has put onscreen.

That said, Star Trek is about Kirk/Spock/McCoy more than anything else. Lifelong friendship, the human spirit, teamwork, sacrifice...real values.

They both have their appeal.
Oh no. That death star assualt was stupid by default and boring. No musical accompliment at all and completely unrealistic. But you're right better than ...most things in Trek.


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I walked out Star Wars back in '76.

Sucked.
I wouldn't say that.
It was simple...the plot of the movie was "Save the Girl;Save the Planet."

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Why can't you like both?

The "war" is ridiculous.
You can "love" both but if you love either you take a shot to your intelligence.
It's just entertainment. I try not to invest that much emotion into either franchise.
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Original assault on the Death Star, with all its faux WWII dam-busting attitude, is still more enthralling than any space battle Trek has put onscreen.

That said, Star Trek is about Kirk/Spock/McCoy more than anything else. Lifelong friendship, the human spirit, teamwork, sacrifice...real values.

They both have their appeal.
Oh no. That death star assualt was stupid by default and boring. No musical accompliment at all and completely unrealistic. But you're right better than ...most things in Trek.


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I walked out Star Wars back in '76.

Sucked.
I wouldn't say that.
It was simple...the plot of the movie was "Save the Girl;Save the Planet."

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Why can't you like both?

The "war" is ridiculous.
You can "love" both but if you love either you take a shot to your intelligence.
It's just entertainment. I try not to invest that much emotion into either franchise.
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Original assault on the Death Star, with all its faux WWII dam-busting attitude, is still more enthralling than any space battle Trek has put onscreen.

That said, Star Trek is about Kirk/Spock/McCoy more than anything else. Lifelong friendship, the human spirit, teamwork, sacrifice...real values.

They both have their appeal.
Oh no. That death star assualt was stupid by default and boring. No musical accompliment at all and completely unrealistic. But you're right better than ...most things in Trek.


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I walked out Star Wars back in '76.

Sucked.
I wouldn't say that.
It was simple...the plot of the movie was "Save the Girl;Save the Planet."

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Originally Posted by tejdog1 View Post
Why can't you like both?

The "war" is ridiculous.
You can "love" both but if you love either you take a shot to your intelligence.
It's just entertainment. I try not to invest that much emotion into either franchise.
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