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Old March 27 2013, 10:55 PM   #16
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Re: Burk in Australia - STID "more accessable than the last one"

He said very similar stuff in Moscow:

(OMFG the person who recorded this must have the entire preview too *dies*)
Star Trek Imponderables, fun mashups of Trek's biggest continuity errors! Ep1, Ep2 and Ep3
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Old March 27 2013, 11:15 PM   #17
Re: Burk in Australia - STID "more accessable than the last one"

"A science-fiction film aimed at people that would never appreciate science-fiction. How wonderfully pointless."

Yeah, we don't want non Trekkers to like Star Trek. I hope fails!

"Star Trek is a very approachable form of science fiction. Always has been. The "science" was always secondary to the "fiction""

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