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Old November 12 2009, 06:58 PM   #346
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

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My point remains that the main reasons for the time it's taken for this to be completed lay primarily at the feet of the producer, who made the post-production decisions he made for the reasons he made them. He wants it finished a particular way, even when there may have been other ways to complete it.

Ah... so there were NOT other ways to complete it then.

If the producers think it should be finished a certain way, then it should be finished a certain way, as they are the ones who know what they want the finished product to look like. Thus, refer to my first statement.

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Old November 12 2009, 08:22 PM   #347
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And you would know this how...?
I have seen your... art.
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Old November 12 2009, 08:55 PM   #348
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

Titles over still pictures with a music bed. A chimpanzee could edit that together.
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Old November 12 2009, 09:07 PM   #349
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And you would know this how...?
I have seen your... art.
Or lack thereof.
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Old November 12 2009, 09:14 PM   #350
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Titles over still pictures with a music bed. A chimpanzee could edit that together.
There's no reason based on your demonstrated abilities to think that you could do it at all well.
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Old November 13 2009, 05:15 PM   #351
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

What a charming little group.
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Old November 13 2009, 05:55 PM   #352
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

Once again, with feeling: Starship Exeter is a great show. Whenever, where ever, the final chapter is released, we will all be grateful... well, most of us. All fan productions are a gift to the Trek community, and we should respond, as with any gift, with appropriate gratitude and modesty.

If you NEED fan Trek, and can't bear the wait... watch other fan Trek. I have a collection of well in excess of 200 fan films which you can access through my website. That does not mean I am not very interested in the final part of Exeter... it just means I have access to other fan Trek, and I watch that in the meanwhile.

Access the website is in the upper right hand corner just below the title:
For Fan Trek Newbies, through Quick Pick Treasures
For Fan Trekkers who think they've already seen all 200+ films, through my Table of Contents.
For Fan Trekkers who have already explored my website, through Headline News, which tells of the major additions to the website just this month. And I've added a lot this month!... with a lot more coming in the next two weeks, as I'm preparing a guide to a large animation website with many Trek animations, and Phase II's latest episode will be released Nov. 20!

http://startrekreviewed.blogspot.com/

Go thee, and watch Fan Trek, and cease your unwarranted attacks on these kind people, who only see to do thee good and not harm ...
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Old November 13 2009, 06:27 PM   #353
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Yea, verrily...
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Old November 13 2009, 09:10 PM   #354
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

I'm just glad to hear the Exeter folks are making progress! Talk about anticipation!
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Old November 14 2009, 10:49 AM   #355
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

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My point remains that the main reasons for the time it's taken for this to be completed lay primarily at the feet of the producer, who made the post-production decisions he made for the reasons he made them. He wants it finished a particular way, even when there may have been other ways to complete it.

Ah... so there were NOT other ways to complete it then.
There were plenty of other ways to complete it, but those other options weren't what Jimm Johnson chose.
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Old November 14 2009, 10:56 AM   #356
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If you NEED fan Trek, and can't bear the wait... watch other fan Trek. I have a collection of well in excess of 200 fan films which you can access through my website.
That looks like a great resource. Well done.
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Old November 21 2009, 03:32 AM   #357
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Now, here's a fascinating new angle. Many of you know that Phase II had planned on releasing Blood and Fire - Part 2 around Labour Day or early September or sometime in September or the fall or .... now the official release date is Nov 20 (I think).

One of things I keep reading is how you can count on Phase II to release an episode when they say they will. And I have found that to be true. Along with this goes the common talk about how they are not like Exeter... they won't keep fans waiting for years. Well, as I said, I'm hoping to see Exeter release TTI: Act 4 is November. Wouldn't it be amazing if after all the hype, all the fan teasing, if Exeter released the finale to TTI before Blood and Fire 2 is released?

I think that would be ironic! I think it would be great to see the ending of The Tressaurian Intersection before seeing the ending of Blood and Fire.

Anyone wanna gamble on this horse race?
Horse Race Results: "Blood and Fire" FTW.
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Old November 21 2009, 04:45 AM   #358
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There was no race of any kind, as I said uptopic.
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Old November 21 2009, 04:58 AM   #359
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There was no race of any kind, as I said uptopic.
No arguments from me, Dennis. Mostly I was being sarcastic about a race that was not a race at all. We each plug along marching to our own drummers as permitted by our respective resources and we are One Big Happy Fleet in the world of Star Trek fan films. The notion of a "horse race" was introduced by CaptainKen in order to, well, I'm not sure why. But I actually don't subscribe to the notion that this is some Zero Sum game.

My comment was also meant to serve the function of announcing that our episode has indeed been released today.
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Old November 21 2009, 06:00 AM   #360
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There was no race of any kind, as I said uptopic.
No arguments from me, Dennis. Mostly I was being sarcastic about a race that was not a race at all. We each plug along marching to our own drummers as permitted by our respective resources and we are One Big Happy Fleet in the world of Star Trek fan films. The notion of a "horse race" was introduced by CaptainKen in order to, well, I'm not sure why. But I actually don't subscribe to the notion that this is some Zero Sum game.

My comment was also meant to serve the function of announcing that our episode has indeed been released today.
*kisses GSchnitzer on the forehead*

Bless you sir!

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