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I feel generally happy because Trek has been reinvigorated. 43 93.48%
I feel generally sad because it will be so many days before the sequel. 3 6.52%
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Old 07-13-2009, 11:07 PM
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Not really.
Some fan YOU are.

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Old 07-14-2009, 04:31 AM
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Some fan YOU are.

Now, now! Star Trek is a thing I have great affection for - but the real world comes first!
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Old 07-14-2009, 10:40 AM
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Life is flying by and there's new and exciting things happening every day. ST has a big part of my heart but it's not all consuming. I "re-enacted" ST as a kid for cryin out loud. My parents had a pool tabel in the basement so I drew computer panels and buttons on printer paper so It'd be all long and attached and would put them on the table as con and ops and such.

I'd put two chairs in front of it and one more behind them for the captains chair. Remember the 1701-A refit model from Ertl? I think one side had the directions and the other was a blueprint of the ship with fore, aft and side view, I'd hang that on the wall and that would be the damage display and stuff. And then for away missions we'd all go in one corner, the transporter room, and make a whatever transporting sound, then we'd walk outside and stand together and cue sound again then rematirialize and start exploring or what not. LOL

Man, to be kid again.

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Now, now! Star Trek is a thing I have great affection for - but the real world comes first!
What is this "real world" you speak of?

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Old 07-14-2009, 10:56 AM
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"How do I feel?"

Personally?

I really sort of feel that nothing has changed.

Oh, yes, when the movie came out, it definitely breathed much needed new life into Trek and set the stage for future adventures featuring this new version of Kirk and the Enterprise...but now? I sort of feel like we're right back where we started from back in 2007 as we wait for Trek to return to the big screen again. Hopefully, the DVD release will prevent some people from forgetting about Trek until the sequel...
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