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Old 01-08-2010, 10:21 AM
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Nah, it's good use of good music. No politics here
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Old 01-08-2010, 10:37 AM
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Nah, it's good use of good music. No politics here
Okay. I'm pleased to hear that. A political battle on here would probably go unhindered now since the mods are gone...
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Old 01-08-2010, 10:55 AM
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I remember when Dateline NBC used actual TNG LCARS graphics (a.k.a. "Okudagrams") as part of their set for many years. Ann Curry and Stone Phillips looked like they were standing in the Enterprise's stellar cartography lab at times...
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I listen to (and enjoy) Rush and Sean, but why was this even posted? It's gonna start political crap on here...
No one raised hell when Obama was compared favorably to Trek so I would hope the same courtesy could be extended to Hannity and Limbaugh or basically anyone else.
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Old 01-08-2010, 11:36 AM
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No one raised hell when Obama was compared favorably to Trek so I would hope the same courtesy could be extended to Hannity and Limbaugh or basically anyone else.
Me too. It used to be a little hectic around here whenever anything political was even mentioned...
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Okay. I'm pleased to hear that. A political battle on here would probably go unhindered now since the mods are gone...
The mods are gone?!?!?
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The mods are gone?!?!?
Really?

F'serious?!

'Cuz I could have sworn I had a post deleted on me.

EDIT: Oh, no, wait. There it is. Excellent.

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Old 01-08-2010, 12:30 PM
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No one raised hell when Obama was compared favorably to Trek so I would hope the same courtesy could be extended to Hannity and Limbaugh or basically anyone else.
Well, all we know is that he has, like Reagan, watched a Trek movie. And Reagan's comment, that Klingons reminded him of Congress was more funny and memorable than Obama's standard 'Trek in the sixties was ahead of its time' stuff.
All the "Obama is a Vulcan" stuff is just idolizing nonsense. People are elected to do a job, not to be demonized or idolized.

About these radio folks, I couldn't care less about populists but that's not the issue here. It's just some Trek trivia and I think everyone of us has a reason to rejoice when Trek is present in everyday life, no matter in which form.
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Old 01-08-2010, 12:37 PM
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Really?

F'serious?!

'Cuz I could have sworn I had a post deleted on me.

EDIT: Oh, no, wait. There it is. Excellent.

//Awaits starwarsrcks' next post//

Someone said they were gone and if thats the case I wanna know why.
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Old 01-08-2010, 01:06 PM
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It's just some Trek trivia and I think everyone of us has a reason to rejoice when Trek is present in everyday life, no matter in which form.
Right, anytime Trek comes up in pop culture or as pop culture everyone should be happy.
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