Neelix Congratulating Tom EditionPrevious:>>138827120
>>138857812Tom Paris and Harry Kim are relentlessly handsome.
Daily reminder that Neelix was pedophile.
>>138857840More than just that, Tom Paris the greatest fictional character ever conceived. He has the youthful rebellious fire which raged within James Dean, the same spirit which ultimately scorched him and inflamed the hearts of so many who have seen his work over the decades. Like all of us, he is torn between his cynicism and his deep seated love for all human beings. He exemplifies an unpretentious intellectual curiosity which every one of us hopes to embody. He is fascinated by the world, by history, by all the things humans can feel. He artfully realizes this passion for life in his works as a celebrated holonovelist. His friendships with the crew, his banter and jovial attitude show us in every interaction what kind of man he is, a man with a great love for people. That all of these bright inclinations of his are colored by an inner darkness make him all the more compelling.Harry Kim is okay too but not as good.
>>138857927Slanderous lie. Yes, Kes is two years old. But, that is about 20 in Ocampa years. So it's OK.
>>138857240Yes, if only they called the show THE Lower Decks and not simply Lower Decks. This REALLY bothered me for weeks after I realized it wasn't called The Lower Decks and I shouldn't call it TLD. But I am mostly over it.>>138856025Is it acceptable to call something like Gambit a duo-'sode instead of a two-parter?
>>138858598>Is it acceptable to call something like Gambit a duo-'sode instead of a two-parter?Seems like a bit of a distinction without a difference, but you do what you want hombre.
>>138858199Correct is is ok for 50 year olds to date 20 yesr olds
You know, it's a real shame Star Trek ended in 2005 but at least it had a decent run. Can you imagine if they kept trying to reboot and remake with modern writers? It'd be absolutely terrible! It'd be even worse than the Terminator franchise haha!
>>138858813Is your pic from Resolutions? If so, why the fuck didn't Akoocheemoya and Janeway fuck? They spent an entire episode building up that they were very attracted to each other and nothing came of it, especially as the seasons went on.
>there are people who actually prefer VOY over DS9
HOLY SHIT BOILMER ACTUALLY GETS _C U C K E D_ BY A BLACK MAN
>>138859346hell yes, brother>>138859229Apparently the writers wanted to make them a couple but Mulgrew refused.
>>138859409A couple running a ship? That would be awkward.
POST HIS LITTLE WHITE DICK
Member that time Bashirfag bragged in a thread that it was going to Vegas to meet Siddig at a con? Then Siddig didn't even bother to show
>start watching Star Trek>the villain of the second episode is an incelwtf bros, I thought this was /our series/
>>138858199Those Ocampa years really caught up on her
>doesn't want to be on ds9>doesn't want to be the reason they leave ds9>doesn't have anything to do>doesn't want o'brien to get her something to dodoes she just want to complain?
>>138859176Mirror Enterprise was peak trek. Shame they only made 2 episodes of it.
>>138860504DS9 dropped all the red pills on WMAF.
>>138860513>that absolute relish in his voice when he says CAPTAIN'S log for the first time Even the little bits were awesome
>>138857812/trek/ how would a series taking place directly after the Dominion War go?>Post-war Cardassia is in shambles, de-facto client state of the Federation but there are still many Cardassians who refuse to accept the Federation and yearn for the old days>Federation/Klingons are back together, but it's still a big question mark as to whether the Romulans will warm up to them in light of their mutual struggle against the Dominion, or if they will go back to being treacherous cunts>Political fallout in the Federation from Admiral Leyton's attempted coup>Section 31's existence is exposed to the Federation public, faith in the Federation's government and values are shattered, foreign powers seize the opportunity to accuse the Federation of hypocrisy and take the moral high ground from them>Ethnic/cultural/religious tensions within the FederationJust imagine what could have been.
>>138860699I forgot to mention the Borg. Since all of the major alpha quadrant powers have been devastated by the Dominion War, the Borg Collective now has a perfect opportunity to invade.
>>138860731Borg vs Gamma Quadrant Dominion when?
>>138860699Is that pic from the Dominion Wars game? I loved that game as a kid.Shame it never worked on newer machines for some reason.Actually it crashed often even on old machines.
>>138860778That would be boring. It'd be Warhammer 40k-tier army/fleet mashing with none of what makes Star Trek, Star Trek. No moral conundrums, no political intrigues, no character exploration. Just two monolithic empires mashing their militaries together until one of them loses.
>>138860906>no moral conundrums, no political intrigues, no character explorationExcept you could write it on the Dominion side. But, y'know, that'd require competent writing staff and those don't exist anymore.
>>138860699>Cardassia holds more space than FederationNot a single map made about ST Milky Way is good.
>>138860950>Except you could write it on the Dominion side.The Founders are all basically the same. Xenophobic racial supremacists who view all non-changelings as a lower form of life, who should only exist to serve them, otherwise be exterminated.The Vorta can, rarely, defect. But the vast majority of Vorta are loyal to their genetic programming and worship the Founders.Same with the Jem'Hadar, except they're violent crackheads instead of prissy aristocrats.What else is there? The Karemma? They're a mercantile race like the Ferengi, but without the Ferengi's unabashed greed and treachery. They're not warriors. They're absolutely terrified of the Dominion.The only conceivable way that such a plotline could be made interesting is if Odo's reunion with the Great Link turns the Founders into a second Federation by teaching them the value of MUH DEMOCRACY and MUH TOLERANCE. Which would lead to the collapse of the Dominion, because the Vorta and Jem'Hadar are not only programmed to worship the Founders, they are programmed towards other things as well. The Jem'Hadar, for example, are such a violent race that they will actively plot a coup against the Founders in order to satisfy their violent urges.And the Borg Collective is just that, a collective. A gestalt consciousness with no individuals. They only exist to expand, consume and assimilate.Star Trek has always been centered around humanity. A series centered around the Dominion and Borg would tear us away from that. It would deviate from the spirit of Star Trek.
>>138860699Romulans and Klingons would want their share of Cardassian or Breen space. Romulan want to turn their share into a docile puppet state, Klingons just take over and distribute the game between the great houses, Federation wants to help Cardassians to rebuild as an independent democratic state. Cardassians flee the Klingon sector to the Federation and Romulan sector but not all are on the same page. Some want to rebuilt their old militaristic regime, others want democratic reforms. Obsidian order remnants want to provoke hostilities between the occupation powers. The Ferengi became, due to Rom's reforms, a less dogmatic with equal rights for females but this only enhanced their capitalistic greed and expansion. They no longer attack with Marauders but with investments and take over businesses of smaller independent planets and become a trade power that rivals the other powers in resources and industrial capability. They don't shy away from integrating undeveloped prewarp worlds into their consumerist network of galactic trade. The Federation doesn't know how to respond. Also, rival federations emerge that promote different values than the Federation while abandoning other values that humans thought to be self-evident.
>>138861127>Star Trek has always been from Human perspective therefor all other species are one dimensional and have no depthThe fact that you completely disregard that there might be internal conflict between Changelings because we didn't see any, especially after Dominion War, just shows why most shows are so safe and boring.
>>138861344>there might be internal conflict between Changelings because we didn't see anymemory-alpha.fandom.com
>>138861518>If you change that which has never been changed before, you just might find that you no longer care for the setting. Not everything is worth dedicating a whole series to.He says this in a post JewJew world. hahaha, hilarious.>As I explained, such an internal conflict would destroy the Dominionit already is destroyed, they lost the war, their image as gods is turmoil.The episode where Odo gets solidified can be interpreted as there being internal discussion inside the Link on what to do with Odo.An excerpt>The Female Changeling tells Odo that he is to join in the Great Link, open his thoughts so that they can judge him for killing another Changeling, the first time the Great Link has ever had to render such a judgment on a Changeling. She also admits that only the Great Link can truly heal him of his illness.This can serve as the first crack in the harmony of the Great Link.Loss of the War could be the breaking point.Some founders accept the defeat, others leave and try to salvage their domain in another part of the Dominion.There is much to explore and you just choose not to because, why, exactly?It is exactly the "muh federation perspective" that lead to disasters that are KelvinTrek, STD and Picard.The fact that you could explore ST from the perspective of another faction could allow the show to be differently paced.Not like it hasn't been tried before, in a conservative matter, by one of the Klingon centric video games.
>>138861518The Dominion would probably face massive rebellions immediately after the surrender on Cardassia, without constant conquest and expansion the JH would need someone to fight. I always thought of the Great Link like the Borg, all the changelings would communicate at once and all decisions would be a consensus so there isn't really any conflict unless an individual decides to fuck off and leave.
>>138861836Your post doesn't detract from my original point, that a war between the Dominion and the Borg would be uninteresting. It can be uninteresting in two different ways:>two monolithic empires mashing armies/fleets>weakened, divided Dominion gets steamrolled by the BorgEither way it would be a bad series.
>>138861871>The drop becomes the ocean, the ocean becomes the dropThe Great Link is like a halfway point between individuality and gestalt consciousness. The Founders link their consciousnesses together, while still maintaining their individuality.The Borg forfeit their individuality in favor of a permanent and overwhelming link of consciousness.Individuals (the vast majority of humanoid species) forfeit the linking of consciousnesses in favor of total individuality.
>>138861871> I always thought of the Great Link like the BorgYou shouldn't limit yourself like that>all the changelings would communicate at once and all decisions would be a consensusBut in the episode "Broken Link" it takes them a while to pass judgement on Odo, which can be used as proof that they are nota uniform hive mind.>>138861937Well if you are so close minded and limit yourself to such extremes, sure it would be uninteresting.The possibly that Dominion is so vast and influential that its could follow a Roman Empire collapse scenario, where a part of it stays relevant for 1000 years still, doesn't even cross your mind.Federation are super special snowflakes who get to pull out complete magic wunderwaffe to save their ass every Friday, but other major powers are full of one dimensional villains who only exist to antagonize Federation.Come on guy, read some history and get inspired.
>>138859176>You know, it's a real shame Star Trek ended in 2005 but at least it had a decent run. Can you imagine if they kept trying to reboot and remake with modern writers? It'd be absolutely terrible! It'd be even worse than the Terminator franchise haha!As fan of both Terminator and Trek. I honestly don't know which franchises corpse has been sodomized more at this point. Terminator had two great movies and pretty good tv-show, but every single movie starting with T3 has been dumpster fire. Well at least Terminator: Genisys is so bad that it becomes pretty funny unintentional comedy. Status of nu-Trek? Two utterly retarded and awful Jar Jar movies and Beyond that hangs somewhere between bad and just mediocre. Three tv-shows with two absolutely awful ones and Why the fuck Hollywood can't come up with some original fucking scifi franchises anymore?>>138859346Yes. DS9 might be better show, but attempting to re-watch it usually in my case leads to wanting to watch a superior show, Babylon 5. So, I watch more of random episodes of VOY than DS9.>>138859783Meth, not even once.
>>138859176How do you even get hull plating to 200%? That seems high. Do you have to divert auxiliary power to the hull plating after you raise the hull plating?
>>138862111>Why the fuck Hollywood can't come up with some original fucking scifi franchises anymoreThat would require some actual talent instead of virtue signaling and nepotism.
>>138862111>So once again the day was saved thanks to.....The Beastie Boys!>mfwThe Xindi reference was nice though
>>138859736Yeah but I ended up in a Star Trek doc and got a singed pic of Odo eavesdropped on Gates McFadden in an Indian restaurant and still ingested a lot weed that weekend so it was a wash. I miss you peach ring THC gummies.
ARE YOU GUYS SERIOUSLY TALKING ABOUT STAR TREK?!
Kirk had contact with probably a dozen Q-tier superbeings, some of whom were generally positively inclined towards him by the end of the episode. why didn't the Federation reach out to some of them to help against the Dominion?
>>138863353They did though. Literally trapped the Dominion fleet in a deus ex wormhole.
>>138863353muh prime directive ?
>>138863529But why not get the Organians involved before the minefield came down? They enforced a cease fire between the Federation and the Klingons across the entire quadrant for over a year through force of will alone. Surely they'd want to stop the Dominion killing everyone too.
>>138863353Superbeings look at humans they way humans look at the Pakled. Lower even. To superbeings, we're retarded ants. If humans start begging superbeings to solve our problems, we'll start to be annoying naggy retarded ants. You probably only get to ask once. Best to save that card and use it when you;re at your most, most desperate.On the more practical, narrative level. It's fiction and you can't write Star Trek stories if the characters are able to just ask a superbeing to fix their problem. It ruins the conflict in the story.
>>138860731Except the Collective got DDOS'd by granny Janeway and were in a complete shambles assuming any individual cubes survived. The Dominion itself would probably be facing multiple problems such as the Dosi or Karemma deciding to get brave and defy the Dominion in favor of either independence or joining the Federation, the Founders themselves being pitted into a civil war over whether to live in peace with the solids or not, the Jem'Hadar deciding that death is better than slavery and launching a rebellion against the Dominion, etc.
Star Trek Day!
>>138864914>geeks who drink twitchWat?
>>138864303There might also be a struggle for control over the Jem Hadar. White producers in the G-quad might want to secure this army for themselves. Guys like the Karemma might want to sell their services as mercenaries. The victory powers back in the Alpha quadrant might scour the remnants of Dominion bases for tech. Romulans might be interested to create JemHadar themselves.
>>138864914>No Kirk for TOS>No Sisko for DS9>No Archer for ENT>Picard from PIC, not TNGwhat did they mean by this?
>>138865260>None of them but fucking Janeway of all captains is thereI always knew Voyager was worst classic Trek captain.
> Starship> Tire flip, Wing Chung dummy and unisex locker room
>>138865406Theurgy is just autistic.
How the hell did 7 of 9's parent's ship get 50,000 light years from the Federation in like 8 years?
>>138864248>Best to save that card and use it when you;re at your most, most desperate.You mean like when an opposing empire is literaly days from destroying you?
>>138865005Geeks who drink are a podcast, they're performing on twitch
>>138865512Got sucked into Borg transwarp corridor by piggybacking a cube.
>>138864914>>138865260>leads of their two current shows>first female captain>first LGBTQIA+ actorMakes sense to me.
>>138859346I could never get into Sisko's whole deal with the Prophets, the resolution of that arc was borderline ridiculous. And his son was annoying as shit, as Trek children often are. But the Cardi-Bajoran politic storylines are great, I'll give it that.On VOY we have two of the best characters in the whole canon with Seven of Nine and the Doctor. Janeway is a bit weaker as a 'protagonist' character because of inconsistencies in her writing but she can still hold her own when compared to Sisko. Neelix's character development is pretty good too.It's a toss-up between the two series as far as I'm concerned. TNG is still king of course.
>>138865618Never watched them, just did a quick google
>>138865540No, when they're hours away.
>>138865625DS9 ensemble + guests blow VOY cast out of fucking slipstream to crash on an icy planet.
i dont think this cum guzzling show is for me, anymore...
>>138865776DS9 ensemble are all old archetypes, except MAYBE Odo. Doctor and Seven are something new, not only in Trek but in mainstream sci-fi in general.
>>138864914Convention panels are gay as hell. I don't know why anybody would watch them, let alone go to one. They seem to just be banal antidotes and awkward audience questions. I assume this'll be a Zoom panel, so even more gay as hell. Hosted by Wil Wheaton and featuring a quiz from literally who Geeks Who Drink twitch. Awful. Nobody wants this. So the question is, how would you improve it?If you have to include Trek adjacent e-celebs, gotta go with RLM's Mike. He can do the pub quiz. The panels can be hosted by Chapo Trap House's Will Menaker instead of Wil Wheaton. Chapo's Will is a Trak fan, so he'll be good. He can also add some good political insights and observations about Star Trek. The panels will include one with Jeri Ryan. But only talk her beauty pageant days. What where the change rooms like? Where you all naked? Sweaty? Haha? And another panel with Robert Duncan McNeill. A three hour long discussion about how he prepared for the role of Tom Paris. Meisner or Stanislavski? His method acting approach about how he got into the mind of Tom Paris. Did the process permanently effect him like Heath Ledger and the Joker? What he believes the character of Tom Paris would be doing 20 years after Voyager. What would Tom Paris' opinion be of today's current events?
>>138866174They are literally a variation of Spock/Data. Also true for Odo. All the characters you named for being something new are just their show's iteration of the guy who looks at humanity with the analytical eye of the outsider.
>>138866174>Doctor and Seven are something new, not only in Trek but in mainstream sci-fi in general.LMAO you are fucking retarded
>>138866174Seven is the Spock/Data archetype. Emotionless, logical. The audience surrogate character that the average autist Trek fan is supposed to identify with. The character made to teach the average autist Trek fan about basic human emotions.
What the fuck is with Enterprise's plot.
>>138867017Ew, nasty chin. Got anything nicer?
>>138857812Is this from that timeline where Tom and Kess were smashing?
>>138862608Beyond had a lot of behind the scenes drama.JJ and his cronies walked out because they couldn't face the consequences of Into darkness being universally shit on for being shit.Thankfully Simon pegg can write and the remaining director kept it together till the finale.Beyond is the best nu trek by a long margin.
>>138867409The opening scenes did actually feel quite like classic trek so I'll give a little credit there
>>138867409>Beyond is the best nu trek by a long margin.Reeeeeeally not a high bar to beat
>>138867667Reeeeealy does not change reality eitherIt's the best trek anyone is going to get till JJ and kurtzman are both dead
>>138867666More please Satan
>>138867748Or the kikes run the franchise into the ground and sell it in 30 years
Is TOS still worth watching?Seen TNG and DS9.At least for the lore, right?
>>138867927Don't wait for me. Dump it all.
>>138868001I can't just dump it all, my VOY folder is an unorganised 292 images. And she's like a quarter of it. That's too many.
>>138868120>IchebGoodnight sweet prince
>>138868120No it isn't Dump all your 7
Icheb is all grown up
>>138867887Here was my Trek watch order: I started with TNG. After a couple of seasons quit. started VOY. Was watching VOY and DS9 back and forth for a bit. Then went fully DS9. watched all of it. Then went back to VOY, finished it. Then ENT, watched all of it. Went back to where I left off on TNG, finished it. Started TOS. Kept falling asleep. So I found a list of all the TOS episode ranked. And stated watching from the best 'sodes down. Was going well, they were really good episodes. Then they were just OK episodes and then they started being bad episodes. So I only got about halfway through TOS and stopped. I watched all of DISCO and most of Picard too. And I haven't seen any of the movies.I think that's the way you should watch Trek too.
>>138868260No, B'Elanna now.
>>138868120you just know
>>138866392>let alone go to one.Virtual convention stream. COVID-19 is still a thing.>If you have to include Trek adjacent e-celebs, gotta go with RLM's Mike. There is no way CBS would allow anyone critical to nuTrek to participate in their own event.>The panels can be hosted by Chapo Trap House's Will Menaker instead of Wil Wheaton.Now you bring retarded lefties into convention. There is enough of that from nuTrek creators.>The panels will include one with Jeri Ryan. But only talk her beauty pageant days.It has to be something completely unrelated to actual topic of virtual con.>And another panel with Robert Duncan McNeill. A three hour long discussion about how he prepared for the role of Tom Paris.So now we actually talk about Trek, but autistic degree that will drive away everyone who's favorite character isn't Tom Paris.>What would Tom Paris' opinion be of today's current events?Even more current day politics to be more divisive and remove even more of primary purpose of entertainment. Escapism. KYS.>>138867748>It's the best trek anyone is going to get till JJ and kurtzman are both deadOr Kurtzman's contract with CBS ends.>>138867017>>138867666>>138867927Daily reminder that she looked better in regular uniform than in fan service catsuit.
>>138857812i'm in the mood for rewatching Voyager, best Tom episodes?
>>138868699>Now you bring retarded lefties into convention. There is enough of that from nuTrek creators.Chapo is class-based leftism. The good type. Antithetical to NuTrek's woke, everything-except-for-class 'leftism'. Canonically, Star Trek is a post-scarcity Socialist utopia. Will Menaker would provide insightful discussion on that issue.
Lower Decks is trash
>>138868847Bride of Chaotica
>>138869137Cool jacket? j/nI know there are hoodies of this.adorecosplay.com
>>138868699That's because catsuits are vanilla Disney-tier PG teasewear meant to titillate manchildren while taking zero risks. You want me to find Seven sexy? Put her in this.
>>138869527Are they monsters themselves or why do they have these horrifying claws as hands?
>>138868966>Chapo is class-based leftism. The good type. Antithetical to NuTrek's woke, everything-except-for-class 'leftism'. Will Menaker would provide insightful discussion on that issue.To start with Chapo is something that led to creation of term dirtbag left. People that are purposefully vulgar and often pretend to be ignorant to be funny. Intentionally divisive folks. I somehow doubt one of them would be civil enough for corporate event. >Canonically, Star Trek is a post-scarcity Socialist utopia. Post-scarcity in practice means that there is no need for socialism at all, so it isn't really socialism. Aside from handful of unobtainiums that act as McGuffins for some episodes almost everything can be obtained with pushing couple buttons.
>>138870279>Post-scarcity in practice means that there is no need for socialism at all, so it isn't really socialism.b-but... socialism made it h-happen right? a-and diversity? r-r-right...?
>>138870279You say it's Socialist just to underscore the fact that resources are shared equally among society. That there's no cabal at the top who horde all the replicators and introduce artificial scarcity.
>>138871391Don't believe your lying eyes or else you're a nazi!
>>138871441For it to be "socialist", you would literally need a cabal at the top hording the replicators, dummy... it's just that that "cabal" is the state. Don't you see the problem with using language like "resources are shared equally"? How is this supposed to actually happen in practice? This is the problem with mush-brained leftoid fucktards - they labor under the delusion that aspects of life just "naturally happen" like "sharing equally".Star Trek is post-scarcity and it means just that: there is so much that muh socialism is unnecessary. Unless you're trying to co-opt "post-scarcity utopia" for the left (in which case, you're a partisan hack and liar), it would appear you just don't know or are in deep denial about what your own ideology actually >implies
>>138871803>my ideology is perfect, the only reason it doesn't work in real life is because other people don't agree with me and refuse to do everything I say>obviously they are the problem and not me
>>138872078Who are you quoting? I was arguing against socialism, retard. Do you just skim the first line of posts and assume you know what's being said?
Come back Rick Berman, all is forgiven
I want a fourth house of representatives where people are represented by their jobs. Nurses and bankers and teachers all vote on a representative to send them to Washington to help delegate laws. Have our government divided by vocation as well as location. Nobody has done anything for laborers in the US in like 30 years.
>>138868847Future's End.>>138871391>b-but... socialism made it h-happen right? a-and diversity? r-r-right...?Series of glow nigger shenanigans known as Eugenics Wars, WWIII, post atomic horror, possibly more eugenics that might explain lack retards in Star Trek, first contact with intelligent life and whole lot of near magical level technological inventions. Possibly assisted with plenty of propaganda and education.>>138871441Aside from unobtainium materials that cannot be replicated stuff is issued to people on basis need by government. Like latinum for traders and folks that have to deal with species using latinum as currency. Other stuff like point to point transportation on planets is regulated with credit system if it isn't government business for potentially safety reasons or keep traffic level in manageable during rush hours. Given how many transporter accident episodes there has been over the years. Safety might be the reason for limiting use of transporters for casual travel.
>>138872153He'd be the first to bend over to please the suits' and stars' silly demands.
>>138872218There is no more useless group of people than nurses.
>>138872354>There is no more useless group of people than nurses.Only when you're wealthy and/or still on mommy and daddy's insurance. If you're poorfag or just starting out, at least in the US, you may have to spend some time with shit health care. The doctors in the lower rungs, in my experience, are almost universally shit-tier fucking retards or total dicks. Meanwhile, the Nurse Practitioners (who may very well end up as your primary care) are typically based as fuck and cool to be around. They are relatively well paid and with significantly less pressure than the Doctors themselves.youtube.com
>>138872302>Series of glow nigger shenanigans known as Eugenics Wars, WWIII, post atomic horror, possibly more eugenics that might explain lack retards in Star TrekIt never ceases to amaze me that you will literally get banned from the main Star Trek subreddit for discussing any of this.
>>138872693Go make more Tik Tok dancing videos nursecuck
>>138872783>NOOOOOOOOOOO WHAT DO YOU MEAN THE CORPORATE-PRODUCED POWER FANTASY ON TV DOESN'T MATCH UP 100% WITH MY OWN PERSONAL POWER FANTASY!?!?!?!???? THE FEDERATION SHOULD BE RULED BY PARAPLEGIC SUB-SAHARAN MUSLIM TRANSGENDER PAN-SEXUAL SCHIZOPHRENIC MIDGET RETARDS!!!!!!!!the absolute state of Nu-trek fans
>>138871803Star Trek post-scarcity Socialist utopia is governed by benevolent, incorruptible, noble people. Fairly elected. Who live modest and good lives. That cabal is OK. Any cabal other than the state is made up of greedy, selfish, corrupt thieves.
>>138872919Which is why DS9 is the best series out of all Star Trek. It exposes the Federation as a fraud.
>>138872909>Go make more Tik Tok dancing videos nursecuckkek but if you let that influence your opinion of an entire profession, you've gone full retard and spend too much time with politics. Most nurses know the coof is bullshit and are sick to death of wearing a mask for long ass shifts all because of what for the vast majority of us is turning out to be merely a bad flu season.
>>138872957>Subversion>Deconstruction>Moral Relativism Liberals can't accept the idea that there are principled people because they have none themselves.
HD remaster of VOY when?
>>138873048The point of DS9 is exactly that. The Federation is a liberal, relativist power with no real principles. There are some people within the Federation who attempt to hold onto Federation principles, but they are either corrupted or prevented from making reforms. They also have no objective reason for holding onto their principles in the first place.
Why is /trek/ so on edge tonight?
>another Holla Forums 2.0 shitposting raid
friendly reminder Gul Dukat did nothing wrong
>>138873143DSN is non-canon.
>>138873063Never. You'r e better off trying to upscale it yourself
>wake up>see thiswat du?
>>138873048It's not simply that leftoid "have no principles". It's that they are ruled by feminine energy and thus constitutionally incapable of acting from principle. It's all base needs and low cunning (the kinds of tactics and drives you want from women carrying babies).Thus, they need to be dominated and if they're not dominated by righteous male energy 24/7, they will seek to erect (kek) totems and construct golems that will dominate them and "save them from themselves". Or worse, they'll literally send up signal flares to the tribe next door to come "do their worst" in order to give them an infusion of strong DNA, thus benefiting their tribe.
>>138873714how do I aquire a slutty Andorian waifu?
>>138873714So this is why the gap toothed skank is mad about fan film Kirk?
>>138872783>It never ceases to amaze me that you will literally get banned from the main Star Trek subreddit for discussing any of this.Reddit has become rather toxic platform for people with opinions that aren't mainstream in that shithole.>>138873048>Liberals can't accept the idea that there are principled people because they have none themselves.Unfortunately true in case of huge majority of liberals and leftists now.>>138873063BR releases of TNG's later seasons sold barely enough to justify costs remastering TNG. So it is unlikely that we will ever get DS9 or VOY in HD.
I'm getting a Fourth Intetnational tattoo and none of you can stop me!
>>138873966Now this is /trek/
>>138873966That's the ugliest swastika i've ever seen (but sadly all too common). How hard is it to draw? You just make all the squigglies go to the right.youtube.com
>report to sick bay user>time for your physical
I started watching TOS and it's lovely.Except Bones is kinda of a dick about everything.
>>138874817Bones means well, being a bitch is just how he expresses his love
>>138874817>kinda of a dicklooks like they got netflix in Idontgiveafuckastan
>>138874883That's the way I'm seeing it. He means well when he gives advice but why's he gotta be such a dick about it. Also I didn't like that one episode where the shuttle crew just kept bullying Spock over and over.>>138874890idgi
Really gets the ole' noggin joggin