Meh. More of a STNG fan myself.
Cry in the dojo, laugh on the battlefield
Sparring speed is a matter of simple physics:
The height of your flight is inversely proportionate to the mass of your ass.
deep space float around a circle in circles!
Oh man I got a chubby!
The music redone and all.
The "Doomsday Machine" and "Balance of Terror" shuld look sweet redone.
There are comments about CBS holding back release until the affliliate stations sign up. Will be out on Blu-ray within a couple of years. Their timing is good as the technology will only begin to be going mainstream by then.
This is a "repackaging" effort that I think will be worth the cost of admission. Can hardly wait.
Jiminy Cricket that's cool!
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Previous:69 Triumph 500, 71 BSA lightning, 73 Triumph Trident, Yamaha DT125, 85 Honda Nighthawk, 88 Harley Sportster, CB 900...hmm I think thats it
This one below is the original Paramount commissioned to get a rough idea what it would look like after being enhanced:
That's pretty cool.
Any of you ever see Star Trek the new voyages? It's a bunch of episodes that some fans made. It's supposed to continue off where the old episodes left off. It's very unpolished but it caught the eye of a lot of people. Including Walter Konig and George Takie. They revised their old roles for some episodes the fans made.
Ahhh we're gonna get along just fine you and me Kamen Rider. lol
... I wonder if they're going to remaster Shatner's hairpiece...
Coincidentally, he's going to be in Richmond tomorrow to host an awards ceremony for electronic and animated arts.
Oh ya? Where in Richmond. I work out there. Is it open to the public?
It's at the River Rock Show Theatre on River Road tomorrow starting at 5 (limos and red carpet). Tickets are sold at Ticketmaster. Here's the official site.
From the ticket pricing page, it looks like they start at $50.
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Ahhh, but will they explore this storyline?
Sweat wipes off, road rash doesn't. But helmet laws interfere with natural selection