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Old March 26 2013, 07:28 PM   #16
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Because I am still trying to work through the pain and emotional scarring left in the wake of the crap-fest known as "Enterprise" and the Jolene Blalock induced tinnitus that has her raspy, cokehead-like voice still lingering in my ears. Every episode of this stinker seemed to restate the Horta-ish message, "No thrill I."
I recommend Lorazepam and Paxil.
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Old March 26 2013, 08:00 PM   #17
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Because I am still trying to work through the pain and emotional scarring left in the wake of the crap-fest known as "Enterprise" and the Jolene Blalock induced tinnitus that has her raspy, cokehead-like voice still lingering in my ears. Every episode of this stinker seemed to restate the Horta-ish message, "No thrill I."
I recommend Lorazepam and Paxil.
This "Enterprise" forum and the non-stop chuckles it provides is all I need. Laughter, afterall, IS the best medicine.
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Old March 26 2013, 08:10 PM   #18
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Dear God, do you hate yourself that much?!?! Self-flagellation would be far less painful than suffering through a Jolene Blalock performance. They should have named her character T'Pu (pronounced "T"-poo ).
Why do you try to keep crapping on something someone else enjoys? If you dislike the series that much, why waste so much time in this particular forum?
Because I am still trying to work through the pain and emotional scarring left in the wake of the crap-fest known as "Enterprise" and the Jolene Blalock induced tinnitus that has her raspy, cokehead-like voice still lingering in my ears. Every episode of this stinker seemed to restate the Horta-ish message, "No thrill I."
Funny, I feel this way about DS9 but I know everyone else in the world loves it; that's cool. I enjoy "Enterprise" and if I'm honest; it is my second favorite Trek after TOS (although I do enjoy TNG & Voyager).
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Old March 26 2013, 08:18 PM   #19
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Funny, I feel this way about DS9 but I know everyone else in the world loves it; that's cool. I enjoy "Enterprise" and if I'm honest; it is my second favorite Trek after TOS (although I do enjoy TNG & Voyager).
Though the really, REALLY funny thing is that those who proclaim to like "Enterprise" disqualify their opinions from serious consideration by virtue of their self-evident lack of discernment. It's sort of like having a person who likes the smell of poo help you pick out your perfume/cologne.

I kid. I kid.

Well, kinda.
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Old March 26 2013, 08:27 PM   #20
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Though the really, REALLY funny thing is that those who proclaim to like "Enterprise" disqualify their opinions from serious consideration by virtue of their self-evident lack of discernment. It's sort of like having a person who likes the smell of poo help you pick out your perfume/cologne.

I kid. I kid.

Well, kinda.
I think it all may sound funnier in your head than it actually is.
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Old March 26 2013, 11:19 PM   #21
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Funny, I feel this way about DS9 but I know everyone else in the world loves it; that's cool. I enjoy "Enterprise" and if I'm honest; it is my second favorite Trek after TOS (although I do enjoy TNG & Voyager).
Though the really, REALLY funny thing is that those who proclaim to like "Enterprise" disqualify their opinions from serious consideration by virtue of their self-evident lack of discernment. It's sort of like having a person who likes the smell of poo help you pick out your perfume/cologne.

I kid. I kid.

Well, kinda.
Try to read my mind; I bet you can!

To each his own; the difference is that I'm no troll, not ragging on your bad taste, lack of discernment and pathetic bad manners!

I kid, I kid,

Well, kinda,
GFY

BTW, after reading through all of your post; not a very good start with your membership here, IMO. We all get it; you don't like "Enterprise" now please go away and let the adults have a conversation.
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Old March 30 2013, 05:37 PM   #22
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Though the really, REALLY funny thing is that those who proclaim to like "Enterprise" disqualify their opinions from serious consideration by virtue of their self-evident lack of discernment. It's sort of like having a person who likes the smell of poo help you pick out your perfume/cologne.

I kid. I kid.

Well, kinda.
I think it all may sound funnier in your head than it actually is.
I agree and feel like his name should be Troll Ace based on his postings in this sub forum.
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Old March 30 2013, 08:54 PM   #23
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Or the Ace is with a short A and the E is silent.
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Old March 30 2013, 09:02 PM   #24
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Or the Ace is with a short A and the E is silent.
How nice, a forum dedicated to the principle of "Do as I say and not as I do."

Several posts in a row of personal attacks unchallenged and without moderation ... interesting.
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Old March 30 2013, 09:30 PM   #25
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There's no reason Trip couldn't have spent the whole series in the blue underwear.
Yes there is. I have no desire to be struck blind by the sight of THAT.

Now, if we're talking T'Pol and Hoshi, then I'd say that they'd be overdressed in the blue underwear.

SEVERLY overdressed.
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Old March 30 2013, 09:45 PM   #26
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How nice, a forum dedicated to the principle of "Do as I say and not as I do."

Several posts in a row of personal attacks unchallenged and without moderation ... interesting.
All right, I apologize. I've not had the right balance of caffeine and nicotine yet today.
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Old March 31 2013, 12:05 AM   #27
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There's no reason Trip couldn't have spent the whole series in the blue underwear.
Yes there is. I have no desire to be struck blind by the sight of THAT.

Now, if we're talking T'Pol and Hoshi, then I'd say that they'd be overdressed in the blue underwear.

SEVERLY overdressed.
Why would you be struck blind? Do you really find Trip in his blue underwear unappealing? I understand if you don't find anything there to be attracted to but repulsed??

There are girls in this too, but you might have to cover your eyes during the Trip parts.

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Old March 31 2013, 03:06 AM   #28
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All right, I apologize. I've not had the right balance of caffeine and nicotine yet today.
And I apologise one-and-all for the provocation. Cheers.
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Old March 31 2013, 07:41 AM   #29
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Funny, I feel this way about DS9 but I know everyone else in the world loves it; that's cool. I enjoy "Enterprise" and if I'm honest; it is my second favorite Trek after TOS (although I do enjoy TNG & Voyager).
Though the really, REALLY funny thing is that those who proclaim to like "Enterprise" disqualify their opinions from serious consideration by virtue of their self-evident lack of discernment. It's sort of like having a person who likes the smell of poo help you pick out your perfume/cologne.

I kid. I kid.

Well, kinda.
Try to read my mind; I bet you can!

To each his own; the difference is that I'm no troll, not ragging on your bad taste, lack of discernment and pathetic bad manners!

I kid, I kid,

Well, kinda,
GFY
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I agree and feel like his name should be Troll Ace based on his postings in this sub forum.
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Or the Ace is with a short A and the E is silent.
Gentlemen, you all know better than to stoop to this. Does everybody want a warning to call their very own? I really don't like handing them out, but I will if this keeps up. No more, please.

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How nice, a forum dedicated to the principle of "Do as I say and not as I do."

Several posts in a row of personal attacks unchallenged and without moderation ... interesting.
Considering the way you've been misbehaving in this forum for the past several days, I don't think you're in a strong position to scold, sport.

Remarkably, it appears you're all holding hands and singing around the campfire now. Please don't let this be a passing fancy.
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Old March 31 2013, 04:40 PM   #30
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There's no reason Trip couldn't have spent the whole series in the blue underwear.
Yes there is. I have no desire to be struck blind by the sight of THAT.

Now, if we're talking T'Pol and Hoshi, then I'd say that they'd be overdressed in the blue underwear.

SEVERLY overdressed.
Why would you be struck blind? Do you really find Trip in his blue underwear unappealing? I understand if you don't find anything there to be attracted to but repulsed??

There are girls in this too, but you might have to cover your eyes during the Trip parts.
Hey, if you can express interest in a man in his underwear, then I can express interest in women in theirs.
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