poguemahone

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    Star Trek, soccer (go DC United and FC Bayern M√ľnchen), punk music of Dropkick Murphys, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Pogues, Ancient History, World History, American History, computers, video games, Civil War Reenacting (Visit my 155th PA page), French IInd Empire Reenacting, World War II recreating, :)
  1. Signed in for the 1st time in 4 years, happy to see it's still around

  2. Thanks for the comment, alot has changed here over the years.

  3. When Ent first came one I always thought they would get into the Romulan War, but the they went with the TCW route. They did start to slowly introduce the Romulans, but the show got the ax before they could get that far. If the show had gone another couple seasons I think that's when it would have happen.
  4. Way to many to list, The short list: The prophet Muhammad Jesus Plato Elmer E. Ellsworth Napolean III Ike Eisenhower St. Patrick Heron of Alexandria
  5. Greetings, I don't consider this to be a prequel per se, more of a relaunch/new take on a great man's vision in the current fad of movies like the newer [batman] movies, or other Remakes of Classics. This one has a twist in that it looks steller and looks to live up to the hype. It's different from a [batman] flick in that you're casting is based on real iconic people as opposed to drawings done 60+ years ago. I was apprehensive when I first about it, like I was with Transformers, time will tell if it will live up to that retake, and will be with Voltron when that comes out. I'm psyched for this thing. The only way I think it could ever be a true preqeul is if Gene Roddenberry had ever thought to completely map out his vision rather than it being stretched in every direction by every Tom, Dick, & Harry......................... It looks to continue on the same line of vision created by Enterprise, which is fantastic. I'm hoping this movie will create a line of movies in the fashion of Star Trek II-IV, which were done in quick succesion, as opposed to other stand alone movies which needs to induce Character/Plot/etc. quickly, which is hard to do in SciFi since of course it relies on character depth so much, even with a franchise like Star Trek, and more so with these characters. Which what I'm hoping we get with this movie, a few more. I would have liked to have seen a Enterprise Movie just gone straight to a new series sicne i'm ready for it, but maybe this reeducation, reinvision, and reintroduction on why Star Trek is so great, with Pop Culture what it is today, is just what the Franchise needs. Just my thoughts................. Havn't been here in along time, glad to see it's still around.
  6. I like the show, history shows are always great. It just seems the history channel is doing much on the same topics on to many shows. They repeat themselves with the content on Digging for the truth, Lost Worlds, Engineering an Empire, and now Anicent Discoveries. All of which are good in their own right. The host, Josh can be really annoying, but i'm probably just jealous. I do think the way the show is presented, very simplified, is a good intro to some of the topics & eras they bring up.
  7. When I first heard about the movie and that it wasn't going to be animated I was like "This is going to suck, another thing from the 80's they've ruined". I got the 20th Anniversary DVD and watched the little preview, having seen the trailer, and that Steven Spielberg is involved i'm very hopful about the movie, i'm really looking forward to it. Transformers & Voltron are two of my favorite shows from when I was a kid.
  8. I got my dvd on monday when it came out. SeaQuest was a great show, yeah season's 2 & 3 got weird, but I still watched, and was sad when it got axed. it's amazing watching the episodes more than ten years after the fact and how fresh they still seem. I hope they put at least season 2 out on DVD.
  9. I gave it a 7, I guess I had really high expectations for this episode. Just felt bit anticlamatic for a season opener. It was great, don't get me wrong, I love ENT, Just didn't keep me glued to my seat. It's a new arc, so we'll see.
  10. Click for Spoiler: Reman, yeah I could see that, hopefuly the Romulan conflict will start to show it self next season. There should be a layoff in the timespan for repairs to the ship early next seaon. So once they get back to there own time (if thats the case), maybe that will be the thing for next year.
  11. WOW!! Click for Spoiler: What a great end to a great season. It was cool seeing Shran show up. It's going to be a long summer, Nazi's in season 4, ugly red eyed guy, whew. Great episode, predictable until the last 8 minutes, but still, 9/10.
  12. I love Enterprise :P , it keeps getting better and better. It's the only thing other than the Simpsons I watch on Network TV.
  13. I think it will do as well as it does on Wednesday & not really effect it. Star Trek fans culd look at it as a good lead in to "Trek Uncut" on Spike. Star Trek fans who like the show will watch it no matter what. I think the only thing really keeping ENT down is it being on UPN.
  14. Agreed, if I read your post right, in that by the time ENT takes place all of our concepts of "race" are gone and everyone is equal. So what we may precieve as a slur excluding Travis and Hoshi doesn't register with them. "Pinkskin" I think is just what the Andorians call Humans. For all we know it could be how the word Human translates into Andorian, anyone ever taken a phrase from a different language and directly translate it in to your own?