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Old April 30 2011, 09:28 PM   #1396
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

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And finally, Did the Exeter crew keep the mineralized salty remains of the original Exeter crew in little D&D dice pouches as souveniers?
Scotty took them and sold them as drugs to the crew of the Enterprise.

Not only is that sick, but that is also a complete and utter lack of respect for the deceased. Not to mention a lack of respect to Montgomery Scott(the Miracle Worker), himself.
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Old April 30 2011, 09:55 PM   #1397
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And finally, Did the Exeter crew keep the mineralized salty remains of the original Exeter crew in little D&D dice pouches as souveniers?
Scotty took them and sold them as drugs to the crew of the Enterprise.
Harlan Ellison on Line One...
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Old April 30 2011, 09:56 PM   #1398
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It's a cop show, I tell ya! A COP SHOW!!!
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Old April 30 2011, 11:21 PM   #1399
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YES!! Wow that's gorgeous work!! Without a doubt the finest fan effects I have seen in a Trek production!! Bailey is my hero (among the grumpy button pushing effects artists sect)!!! (Exclamation point exclamation point)
Aw, thanks.

Which begs the question if this is cutting room floor stuff howz bout a Director's superlong version when it's finally finished??
I think he said it was from the "cutting room," not that it's being discarded.

And finally, Did the Exeter crew keep the mineralized salty remains of the original Exeter crew in little D&D dice pouches as souveniers?
Try the pea soup on Tuesdays in the officers mess. Extra salty.

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Old April 30 2011, 11:37 PM   #1400
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And finally, Did the Exeter crew keep the mineralized salty remains of the original Exeter crew in little D&D dice pouches as souveniers?
Try the pea soup on Tuesdays in the officers mess. Extra salty.[/QUOTE]

Bailey, you are one sick individual.
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Old May 1 2011, 01:29 AM   #1401
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Oh....I almost forgot...coffee too since this is about Tressaurian Intersection. It's important. Ask Dennis.
I get real pissy without my coffee.

Chris...to Dennis's defense...Lucy had it coming.
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Old May 1 2011, 08:52 AM   #1402
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Which begs the question if this is cutting room floor stuff howz bout a Director's superlong version when it's finally finished??
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Here's something for y'all to chew on: a screencap of Act4 in the cutting room.
^^^No "floors" involved.
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Old May 1 2011, 10:14 AM   #1403
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Try the pea soup on Tuesdays in the officers mess. Extra salty.
Bailey, you are one sick individual.
It makes him very endearing.
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Old May 1 2011, 06:27 PM   #1404
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And finally, Did the Exeter crew keep the mineralized salty remains of the original Exeter crew in little D&D dice pouches as souveniers?
Try the pea soup on Tuesdays in the officers mess. Extra salty.
Bailey, you are one sick individual.
Hey, it's one of the few reasons I haven't written him off yet.
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Old May 2 2011, 02:19 AM   #1405
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Try the pea soup on Tuesdays in the officers mess. Extra salty.
Bailey, you are one sick individual.
It makes him very endearing.
Very endearing my ass.
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Old May 2 2011, 02:37 AM   #1406
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Chris...chill...
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Old May 2 2011, 05:29 PM   #1407
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And finally, Did the Exeter crew keep the mineralized salty remains of the original Exeter crew in little D&D dice pouches as souveniers?
Try the pea soup on Tuesdays in the officers mess. Extra salty.
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Old May 2 2011, 09:16 PM   #1408
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STATUS UPDATE: I spent an evening cataloging and organizing several hundred TOS sound effects into the project. Wee!
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Old May 2 2011, 09:38 PM   #1409
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Bill Walker can attest as to how much "fun" he had recreating, re-recording ambient bridge sounds and chatter for our productions.
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Old May 2 2011, 10:30 PM   #1410
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Actually, it was kinda fun. You don't realize how many variations there are in bridge ambience mixes until you listen to a whole bunch of them.
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