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#217166 - 06/17/14 05:39 PM Re: We have assimilated you [Re: Bazr]  
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Imperative or merely enjoyment, I just finished TNG
all the episodes for the 5th time. On episode a night
before bed: hopefully to induce good dreams.


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#217172 - 06/18/14 10:05 AM Re: We have assimilated you [Re: Bazr]  
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Originally Posted By: Bazr
The double 'k' must be an imperative.


Actually, the double 'k' is to keep it from being pronounced Treekers or Treekies.

#217174 - 06/18/14 10:22 AM Re: We have assimilated you [Re: LukeJavan8]  
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Originally Posted By: LukeJavan8
Imperative or merely enjoyment, I just finished TNG
all the episodes for the 5th time. On episode a night
before bed: hopefully to induce good dreams.


You must be an official Trekker Luke. I'm more like a neonate Trekker!!!


live in the moment
#217179 - 06/18/14 03:30 PM Re: We have assimilated you [Re: Bazr]  
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Thanks Faldage, makes sense, and I never gave that a thought.

Official or not, I don't know. I just know that when the
Star Trek/Wars movies came on I was enthralled by the
concept of space travel, and it was a very happy moment
in my life: just trying to recapture some of it, I guess.

Actually I am not that big on TV. Watch a certain amount
in the evening. Spend more time reading, and am currently
half way thru Stephen King's "Under the Dome", all 1000 pages
of it. That man certainly has the ability to capture attention.
Watched his four episodes of the novel that make up the
winter/spring/summer/autumn cycle "Shawshank Redemption",
"Stand by Me",Apt Pupil, and I forget the fourth. His
commentary at the end of each speaks volumes.

Last edited by LukeJavan8; 06/18/14 03:35 PM.

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