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lisamarlene wrote:
Faith is like underwear; you're not supposed to go waving it about in public. It's a private thing.

I wish. Around here it's treated more like a flag, and you get funny (if not outright hostile) looks if you don't wave it hard enough.

-_-

I'm not in the best of places right now when it comes to religion, for a host of reasons, most of which have to do with politics.

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.....×;/!%/×&'€$/:;. Im sure there's irony to be found in this.


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Orthos, Post-Singularity wrote:
.....×;/!%/×&'€$/:;. Im sure there's irony to be found in this.

Well, yeah. There's a difference between waving it around and going without.

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Scintillae wrote:
Orthos, Post-Singularity wrote:
.....×;/!%/×&'€$/:;. Im sure there's irony to be found in this.
Well, yeah. There's a difference between waving it around and going without.

This is why we need robot bodies ASAP! So things like this stop happening!

Also all the other benefits!


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Three and a half more days.

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Scintillae wrote:
Three and a half more days.

... til robot bodies?!


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LordSynos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Three and a half more days.
... til robot bodies?!

Til I get a few days where I don't have to be the responsible adult* in the room.

*for a given value of "responsible"


Scintillae wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Faith is like underwear; you're not supposed to go waving it about in public. It's a private thing.

I... have been known to put underwear on my head, yes...

>.>

*cough*

Using my vast powers of comedic misinterpretation, I come to the conclusion that faith must be a boy thing.

Seems possible. SCIENCE!


Orthos, Post-Singularity wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos, Post-Singularity wrote:
.....×;/!%/×&'€$/:;. Im sure there's irony to be found in this.
Well, yeah. There's a difference between waving it around and going without.

This is why we need robot bodies SAP! So things like this stop happening!

Also all the other benefits!

... robot bodies made of SAP?! What will the trees think?!


Orthos wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Faith is like underwear; you're not supposed to go waving it about in public. It's a private thing.

I wish. Around here it's treated more like a flag, and you get funny (if not outright hostile) looks if you don't wave it hard enough.

-_-

I'm not in the best of places right now when it comes to religion, for a host of reasons, most of which have to do with politics.

I wave it with pride pretty much regardless of what I do. It's a... thing, I guess!

(Just in case you guys didn't know!)

But it makes sense that some people just want to be more private. Actually, WotR has a decent example of this in one of the NPCs in the very first entry.


Scintillae wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Three and a half more days.
... til robot bodies?!

Til I get a few days where I don't have to be the responsible adult* in the room.

*for a given value of "responsible"

I am both always and never the responsible adult in the room. At the same time.


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DANG it, Voltron, why do you have to have such a good and sucky ending at the same time

(Ifor real, it's good, tho, I'm just mad 'cause <spoilers>.)

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Vlaeros wrote:
Orthos, Post-Singularity wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos, Post-Singularity wrote:
.....×;/!%/×&'€$/:;. Im sure there's irony to be found in this.
Well, yeah. There's a difference between waving it around and going without.

This is why we need robot bodies SAP! So things like this stop happening!

Also all the other benefits!

... robot bodies made of SAP?! What will the trees think?!

There's probably a joke to be had over a post promoting transhumanism being somewhat fumbled by autocorrect.


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I'll admit that I've been struggling a lot with mine of late as well, and it's been really hard to pinpoint one set reason why.

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LordSynos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Three and a half more days.
... til robot bodies?!

I wish.


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lisamarlene wrote:

Sometimes I like looking back on the "on this day in your FB history, you posted..." page just so I can say, "Thank the good lord I will never do THAT again!"

For instance, nine years ago, WW and I decided to drive cross-country in our old van to visit our nephews in Vermont for Christmas, and even though it was below-freezing temperatures all the way, to camp with our dog at highway rest stops all the way across the plains. So nine years ago today was "Why are we still not out of Nebraska?!?" and the joys of discovering what happens to underwire when it's twelve degrees outside.

Yup. Neeeeeever again.

But, the next day, I saw a mountain lion in a field eating another animal. On the side of I-80. Which was pretty amazing.
And then the day after that, we got to New York, and while WW was at an Aikido thing, I walked across Central Park in the snow and went to the Met Museum, which I love.
So it wasn't all bad.

why didn't you tell me you were coming 9 years ago?!?


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Orthos wrote:
Vlaeros wrote:
Orthos, Post-Singularity wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos, Post-Singularity wrote:
.....×;/!%/×&'€$/:;. Im sure there's irony to be found in this.
Well, yeah. There's a difference between waving it around and going without.

This is why we need robot bodies SAP! So things like this stop happening!

Also all the other benefits!

... robot bodies made of SAP?! What will the trees think?!
There's probably a joke to be had over a post promoting transhumanism being somewhat fumbled by autocorrect.

M¥ +im€ h@$ ©¤m£.


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Orthos wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Faith is like underwear; you're not supposed to go waving it about in public. It's a private thing.

I wish. Around here it's treated more like a flag, and you get funny (if not outright hostile) looks if you don't wave it hard enough.

-_-

I'm not in the best of places right now when it comes to religion, for a host of reasons, most of which have to do with politics.

is everything alright?


Tacticslion wrote:

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>:(

DANG it, Voltron, why do you have to have such a good and sucky ending at the same time

(Ifor real, it's good, tho, I'm just mad 'cause <spoilers>.)

I'm so mad, I'mma GO REWATCH THAT WHOLE EPISODE, DANG IT~!


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Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

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>:(

DANG it, Voltron, why do you have to have such a good and sucky ending at the same time

(Ifor real, it's good, tho, I'm just mad 'cause <spoilers>.)

I'm so mad, I'mma GO REWATCH THAT WHOLE EPISODE, DANG IT~!

That'll teach 'em.


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Tacticslion wrote:

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>:(

DANG it, Voltron, why do you have to have such a good and sucky ending at the same time

(Ifor real, it's good, tho, I'm just mad 'cause <spoilers>.)

were getting dairugger xv, methinks.

Shadow Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Faith is like underwear; you're not supposed to go waving it about in public. It's a private thing.

I wish. Around here it's treated more like a flag, and you get funny (if not outright hostile) looks if you don't wave it hard enough.

-_-

I'm not in the best of places right now when it comes to religion, for a host of reasons, most of which have to do with politics.

is everything alright?

Yeah, I'm not in danger of doing anything rash or harmful to myself or others. (I have been inclined more toward violent video gaming lately as a steam-off method, admittedly. But "more violent" in this context just means hack and slashy Zelda and running dungeons in NWN in place of Pokemon or FF.)

It's just the general frustration of politics - especially politics and politicians I disagree with and dislike - being entwined with religion in a way that's always happened to some degree or another. It's extremely open that most people here consider their rightwing politics as part and parcel of their religion, and the frequent "theocracy-esque" commentary is not uncommon nor is it subtle.


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Scintillae wrote:
I'll admit that I've been struggling a lot with mine of late as well, and it's been really hard to pinpoint one set reason why.

see above. No wait, not that one, the one above that one.


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I keep coming back to Small Gods.

I miss Terry Pratchett.


Yeah. I can't fix anything, but feel free to PM me if you need to, guys, if nothing else just to have someone to talk to. I can't necessarily give advice, but I can listen!


Scintillae wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

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>:(

DANG it, Voltron, why do you have to have such a good and sucky ending at the same time

(Ifor real, it's good, tho, I'm just mad 'cause <spoilers>.)

I'm so mad, I'mma GO REWATCH THAT WHOLE EPISODE, DANG IT~!
That'll teach 'em.

For liberty!

Also, if time and my own sickness permits, I might watch it one more time after that! Take that, you jerks!


Freehold DM wrote:
were getting dairugger xv, methinks.

I don't actually understand this. But... eeeeuuuugggghhhh

Though! I will add this: Voltron: Legendary Defender is done. It is finished. There are no more after this season. At least not with the cast we've been following so far. This is, very clearly, the end of their story.

STILL MAD THO


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Woran wrote:


here I am. Contemplating my life choices.

with jacket
same costume, without jacket. Might be slightly nsfw

Playing a priestess of the same faith, hence the matching outfit

Someone handed me a (fake) gun

ooold pic

totally not stealing some artifacts

I'm leaving out anything mordern, stuff I did where I didnt wear my own costume, stuff that pre-dates digital photograpy. And of course there are some things I simply dont have pictures of.

You look gorgeous!


And you're costumes do too!

:p

^^

Woran wrote:

This cinches your waist and puts boobs on a platter ;)

If you look at this picture You can see why…

*Sniffles*

Just beautiful…
*Wipes away a single tear*

Woran wrote:

I wore it at summer events.
I had to apply sunscreen.

A teenage boy literally walked into a tree. I still feel proud.

*Is likewise proud of Woran…probably while walling into lightpost while looking at her...corset ^^'*

Just a Mort wrote:
Problem Kjel, is if you wanna measure my heartrate, you're welcome to carry that stethoscope and come running with me. I pull off 9 km/h for like 30 mins…

*Attempt feebly to keep up with Mort but falls behind Mort quickly while gasping for air, sweating profusely and a heart rate - applies stethoscope - around 200*

John Napier 698 wrote:
About to clock out. Good night, everyone.

Nighty night John.

LordSynos wrote:

With the Xmas date coming closer and closer, I think it's time for my usual plug. :P

** spoiler omitted **

How generous of You!

Hmmm…
I'll take look.

lisamarlene wrote:

So the stupid [lengthy string of very bad words redacted] woman at the management company that leases us our house, after all the crap we went through earlier this month arguing with her over the validity of our claim for a reduction in rent for the days we had to stay in a hotel while the electrical work was done last month...

NEVER SENT IN THE PAPERWORK TO THE FINANCIAL OFFICE THAT SHE WAS (A) APPROVING OUR CLAIM, or (B) WAIVING THE LATE FEES AND PERMITTING A LATE PAYMENT (BECAUSE SHE JACKED US AROUND FOR DAYS WHILE WE WAITED TO PAY).
and, fabulously, the employees in the part of the financial office where we *pay*, and the part of the financial office where things go to collections/legal, DON'T SHARE INFORMATION unless she makes it so.
So she told the employee to whom we make our payment (yes, you have to make every rent payment, every month, over the phone), BUT SHE LET COLLECTIONS/LEGAL THINK WE WEREN'T PAYING.
So I got a Notice to Vacate in the mail today.

And I called up this evening, hopping mad, politely explained to the nice lady on the other end that, while I was hopping mad and had a grievance, I understood that she was not to blame, so I would do my very best to modulate my tone of voice with her, and she was very helpful and told me to disregard the notice. But told me that, eventually, she would need something in writing from the [lengthy string of very bad words redacted] person.

*Shakes head at the lazy, mismanaging or down-right fraudlet pen-pusher*

lisamarlene wrote:


Haha. Yeah, they like to make promises over phone conversation rather than in writing.

What they don't know is that WW has this obsessive habit of making audio recordings of *all* business calls.

We're not going to go into the ethics...

>_>

<_<

Yea, that's probably for the best…
It did give decent results though in this case so there that!?

^^'

lisamarlene wrote:


He's not Good; he's legally covered and Neutral.

The best kind of Neutral!

lisamarlene wrote:
Also it feels like proselytizing, and I'm not crazy about that, either. Faith is like underwear; you're not supposed to go waving it about in public. It's a private thing.

*Nods*

But then again its not really my field to comment much on as I've been irreligious most my adult life.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I'll admit that I've been struggling a lot with mine of late as well, and it's been really hard to pinpoint one set reason why.
see above. No wait, not that one, the one above that one.

I'm as all right as I can be. It helps that I don't live near my family or in the (very religious) town I teach because it would get a lot more...noticeable that I've been having issues.

It's a combination of a lot of factors. Politics from the pulpit for one, a doubling-down on traditional gender roles for another (I will not be a stay-at-home mother in either sense of the term, tyvm), trying to navigate an interfaith relationship between two families that have no intention of giving in on the subject of conversion, and the continual unearthing of abuse cover-ups over the past year...

What do you do when something that brought you comfort your entire life fails to live up to the expectations it instilled in you? How do you recover a shattered trust?


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Faith is like underwear; you're not supposed to go waving it about in public. It's a private thing.

I wish. Around here it's treated more like a flag, and you get funny (if not outright hostile) looks if you don't wave it hard enough.

-_-

I'm not in the best of places right now when it comes to religion, for a host of reasons, most of which have to do with politics.

is everything alright?

Yeah, I'm not in danger of doing anything rash or harmful to myself or others. (I have been inclined more toward violent video gaming lately as a steam-off method, admittedly. But "more violent" in this context just means hack and slashy Zelda and running dungeons in NWN in place of Pokemon or FF.)

It's just the general frustration of politics - especially politics and politicians I disagree with and dislike - being entwined with religion in a way that's always happened to some degree or another. It's extremely open that most people here consider their rightwing politics as part and parcel of their religion, and the frequent "theocracy-esque" commentary is not uncommon nor is it subtle.

it can be incredibly frustrating. It is usually better to be the light you want to see in the world, not a flame to burn away what offends.


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Scintillae wrote:
(I will not be a stay-at-home mother in either sense of the term, tyvm)

Clarifying real quick: this is not a slight against those who are okay with this path for their own life, but it is very much not for me.


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Freehold DM wrote:
it can be incredibly frustrating. It is usually better to be the light you want to see in the world, not a flame to burn away what offends.

This.

Scintillae wrote:
trying to navigate an interfaith relationship between two families that have no intention of giving in on the subject of conversion,

Hey! I remember that. Yeah, that was rough.

Scintillae wrote:
What do you do when something that brought you comfort your entire life fails to live up to the expectations it instilled in you? How do you recover a shattered trust?

You do what you need to do, and do the right thing. Wicked people are wicked, but folks deeply ingrain and tie everything they hold passionate to other things they hold passionate, even when it's inappropriate to do so. I'm sorry this is a thing you're going through, and you are, at least, in my prayers.


Scintillae wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
(I will not be a stay-at-home mother in either sense of the term, tyvm)
Clarifying real quick: this is not a slight against those who are okay with this path for their own life, but it is very much not for me.

I gotcha! :)


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God, I would be such a terrible parent. That hypothetical kid would be broken in record time.


Scintillae wrote:
God, I would be such a terrible parent. That hypothetical kid would be broken in record time.

I find this tremendously unlikely.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
God, I would be such a terrible parent. That hypothetical kid would be broken in record time.
I find this tremendously unlikely.

I'm fascinated by behavioral psychology. This is a bad thing for someone with unrestricted access to a child.


Scintillae wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
God, I would be such a terrible parent. That hypothetical kid would be broken in record time.
I find this tremendously unlikely.
I'm fascinated by behavioral psychology. This is a bad thing for someone with unrestricted access to a child.

I stand by my statement. :)

(I am not telling you that you should be a parent. I am merely positing that, from everything I know of you, you would step up and be solid.)


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Tacticslion wrote:
Woran wrote:
Orthos wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
My favorite Christmas music video ever.

I'm partial to this one.

Though this one has its charms too.

This one has me in stitches every time

These are all pretty great!

That one with the house lights is really impressive, no matter how it was made.

I'm going to see whether we can film Shiro's house and post it to YouTube. It shows what a man with a large amount of time and money to spare can do.

It is... impressive...


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Scintillae wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
God, I would be such a terrible parent. That hypothetical kid would be broken in record time.
I find this tremendously unlikely.
I'm fascinated by behavioral psychology. This is a bad thing for someone with unrestricted access to a child.

(Looks at the Impii)

No... not it's not. :D


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Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

Try parenting after watching too many cartoons and sitcoms growing up.


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Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I'll admit that I've been struggling a lot with mine of late as well, and it's been really hard to pinpoint one set reason why.
see above. No wait, not that one, the one above that one.

I'm as all right as I can be. It helps that I don't live near my family or in the (very religious) town I teach because it would get a lot more...noticeable that I've been having issues.

It's a combination of a lot of factors. Politics from the pulpit for one, a doubling-down on traditional gender roles for another (I will not be a stay-at-home mother in either sense of the term, tyvm), trying to navigate an interfaith relationship between two families that have no intention of giving in on the subject of conversion, and the continual unearthing of abuse cover-ups over the past year...

What do you do when something that brought you comfort your entire life fails to live up to the expectations it instilled in you? How do you recover a shattered trust?

Very deep, scint.

I wish I had answers for you.


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Scintillae wrote:
God, I would be such a terrible parent. That hypothetical kid would be broken in record time.

unless the child is me, I am sure they will be fine.

If the child is me, they will do what all children do. Rebel.


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Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I'll admit that I've been struggling a lot with mine of late as well, and it's been really hard to pinpoint one set reason why.
see above. No wait, not that one, the one above that one.

I'm as all right as I can be. It helps that I don't live near my family or in the (very religious) town I teach because it would get a lot more...noticeable that I've been having issues.

It's a combination of a lot of factors. Politics from the pulpit for one, a doubling-down on traditional gender roles for another (I will not be a stay-at-home mother in either sense of the term, tyvm), trying to navigate an interfaith relationship between two families that have no intention of giving in on the subject of conversion, and the continual unearthing of abuse cover-ups over the past year...

What do you do when something that brought you comfort your entire life fails to live up to the expectations it instilled in you? How do you recover a shattered trust?

With cocaine... I mean music! Yes, go with music.


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Well, I don't envy LM and Scint their final weeks, but it's also my final week of the year, and the *only* significant thing on my plate is wrapping up the recordings for the ultra-fussy PM. And handing them off to the guy who thinks I swear, yell, and belch while recording.

But I spent 2 days of my 3-day weekend in medical prep/recovery (as I mentioned, the prep for a colonoscopy is far, far, FAR worse than the recovery), but as I am the *only* member of the household who even cleans up after himself, much less cleans up after other people, there's a mountain of housework to catch up on.

The whole, "You get no allowance unless you earn it by doing chores" has definitely helped immensely. Impus Major cleans his room every day and is eager to look for low-hanging fruit like taking out the garbage or cleaning the litterbox (for which I bless him every time).
Impus Minor still likes to leave at least half of the household dishes in his room at any time; I think he finds comfort in them. But not being able to eat off a plate because there are 15 plates lying around in his room in various states of filthiness is... irritating.


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Scintillae wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
(I will not be a stay-at-home mother in either sense of the term, tyvm)
Clarifying real quick: this is not a slight against those who are okay with this path for their own life, but it is very much not for me.

I am aware, if I ever see you living a happily domesticated life, I will be checking around that household for the pods.


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Scintillae wrote:
Orthos, Post-Singularity wrote:
.....×;/!%/×&'€$/:;. Im sure there's irony to be found in this.
Well, yeah. There's a difference between waving it around and going without.

this seems to be a good time to mention I go commando.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
were getting dairugger xv, methinks.

I don't actually understand this. But... eeeeuuuugggghhhh

Though! I will add this: Voltron: Legendary Defender is done. It is finished. There are no more after this season. At least not with the cast we've been following so far. This is, very clearly, the end of their story.

STILL MAD THO

vehicle voltron.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
were getting dairugger xv, methinks.

I don't actually understand this. But... eeeeuuuugggghhhh

Though! I will add this: Voltron: Legendary Defender is done. It is finished. There are no more after this season. At least not with the cast we've been following so far. This is, very clearly, the end of their story.

STILL MAD THO

vehicle voltron.

I'll only note that we get "more" Voltron, if you haven't seen it.

Anyway, having seen it three times, I'm better now. Come to terms with it.

(Still upset. *SNIFF*)


Aaaaaaaaaaaaalso, unrelated, you know, it occurs to me: Star Trek: Enterprise was not super-well received, but... it reminds me a lot of the original series. A lot.

I mean, obviously, it's not the same thing.

But consider this: in little more than one season I've run across two episodes that felt so much like the original series, I looked up the second one just to see - turns out, at least the second one was based on concepts originally pitched as part of the OS, prior to being made.

Now, again, the actual episode is different - it uses alien settlers instead of human settlers, and Klingons instead of "viking like aliens"... but it's still pretty similar.

Anyway, my point is that Enterprise isn't the greatest ST series, but it's not nearly as bad as people have made it out to be (at least to me).


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If you're talking about the new Star Trek the problem with it is Seth McFarlane is doing a better job with it then Star Trek is.

FYI: new season of The Orville starts soon! (December 28th on TV, December 29th on Hulu).

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