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  • Birthday 03/21/1980

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    Norman, OK
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    Music, Photography, Graphic arts, Star Trek.
  1. I'm against abolishing trick or treating. It is one of the highlights of my childhood and if I ever have children of my own I would hope they could enjoy it like I did. I'm not sure exactly what happened to cause people to start thinking of it as "un-safe". It's my opinion that trick or treating is no more dangerous now then it was when I was a kid. It's just that it's less interesting now since fewer people give out candy. Every year now they show news stories about all of the ways that people can poison your childrens candy and about how dangerous it is, but I don't think I've ever actually heard of anyone actually finding the poison candy or being attacked by a random old couple giving out freshly made popcorn balls. It's possible that I've been watching too many Roger Moore movies lately but I think Americans have become over paranoid about everything. At this rate in 25 years only 1 out of 10 people will be brave enough to ever leave their homes during the day time. Fear can be a dangerous weapon in the war of ultimate control. Anyone remember the TNG episode Devil's Due?
  2. 5'6" and lovin' it!
  3. I don't think Star Trek V is as bad as a lot of people make it out to be, but I still think it's the weakest of the original series films.
  4. I voted Musician, composer. I'm also a performer and a photographer. If anyone is interested in checking out what I do visit: My Webpage
  5. I don't know if it will bring about a new generation of fans but it might at least remind a lot of the old fans just how awesome TOS is! I'm just happy that they are finally putting out the box sets. It's about time.
  6. Yar.. :huh:
  7. As much as I would love to see a movie about Sulu I'm afrade he might be getting too old. They need to hurry up and make a Riker and the "Titan with optional TNG guest stars" before the TNG crew gets too old also!
  8. I don't know how I feel about this but as long it's not dead then there is hope! I still wish they would make a DS9 movie. It was by far the best series.
  9. I have to go with Star Wars (origianal). I don't think the new ones should even be on the poll. Not because I don't like them (because I do) but because how can you vote on a trilogy that you've only seen the first two parts of!
  10. I think T'Pol is clearly the smartest. Most of the other characters will have smart moments but only following moments of complete stupidity. T'Pol however seems to be pretty much always on top of things.
  11. I almost busted a gut when I saw that!
  12. Their all good but I have to go with DS9. It's a little on the slow side but still a great theme and it fit the show nicely. TOS was a bit too classic sci-fi, TNG was a little fast, VOY was a little too slow, and ENT just isn't my cup of tea (especially not the new version in season 3).
  13. I've given this a lot of thought and I have to go with hearing. I could learn to live as a blind man but not being able to hear would drive me insain.
  14. I think Kirk Destroying the Enterprise in Search for Spock was the most emotional. In fact everything about that movie was emotional! I have a hard time watching it without wanting to cry....
  15. That's awesome! the closest thing I have to that is Ken Jenkins (who played Dr. Paul Stubbs in the TNG episode: "Evolution") coming into the photoshop I work at to get a bunch of slides scanned.