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Old June 8 2014, 11:19 AM   #91
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Re: Twelve Reasons I Love Star Trek Into Darkness

Why oh why will I be dead before the future happens
So depressing to think about missing everything.
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Old June 8 2014, 04:41 PM   #92
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I'm not seeing any magnifying glass, on either Safari or Firefox (Mac 10.8 here). Is it something I'd need to have a Photobucket account to get?
I don't think so - I tried logging out of Photobucket and what I see then can be seen in the attachment below, with magnify button circled.

Or we could try a direct link to the image, instead of to the html page containing the image. See if this works.


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Well, this is peculiar. I'm just not getting any magnifying glass, and I don't see an obvious cause: Javascript's on, of course, and I'm pretty free and open about network connections. I tried it again with pop-ups allowed, too, and that's produced nothing. (I took a screen shot just to prove I'm not mad.)

I'm disappointed that I somehow can't see it, but, obviously it's some issue Photobucket is having with my system and I can't reasonably expect people to put a real effort in to fixing that for me.
Heh, this is a bit upside-down. I use Opera 12, and if a feature is going to work with all browsers except one, Opera 12 is more often than not the one which isn't supported. Looks like Daniel has provided a set of alternate links, though, so you should be able to see it all now, one way or another.
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Old June 8 2014, 08:07 PM   #93
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Fear not, Nebusj! I uploaded everything to my Imgur account. Let me know if they work.

Here's the big annotated version: http://imgur.com/DVLLGdw
Here's the big plain version: http://imgur.com/K9IKFEj
Here's a low-def early prototype version plain: http://imgur.com/TsedjCH
Low-def prototype annotated: http://imgur.com/FJc9Wll

And since I'm here, here's my cutaway of the new Enterprise: http://imgur.com/twIAdWc
Oh, excellent. The imgur pictures all work perfectly on my system. Thanks for going to the effort.

I'm also mightily impressed by the production team to cram so much stuff, and so much continuity-relevant stuff, into the margins. The selection of stuff is interesting too, considering that, like, the Menk? Granting that they have a good, meaty story behind them, they're not exactly the aliens who come up if you ask someone to name the top … 75 … species in Trek.
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Old June 8 2014, 08:19 PM   #94
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I'm also mightily impressed by the production team to cram so much stuff, and so much continuity-relevant stuff, into the margins. The selection of stuff is interesting too, considering that, like, the Menk? Granting that they have a good, meaty story behind them, they're not exactly the aliens who come up if you ask someone to name the top … 75 … species in Trek.
Definitely much love went into creating the universe the characters inhabit. Another thing to love!
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Old June 9 2014, 12:29 AM   #95
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Why oh why will I be dead before the future happens
Even in the future they're saying the same thing.

"Why oh why will I be dead before the Federation gets cloaking devices?"
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Old June 9 2014, 04:16 AM   #96
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I loved this movie, and I LOVE this Thread...read it all at work, instead of actually doing my work...

"Damn it, Jim...I'm Fired!"

Great stuff, All, but can we, pretty please, get back to Teacake slapping the shit out of Nerys Myk, for whatever reason...

...was kinda diggin' it!... :0

...seriously, one of the best Threads, thus far...
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Old June 9 2014, 04:26 AM   #97
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No no that was J.Allen doing the slapping. He's good at that, it's one of his things. In love of course.
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Old June 9 2014, 04:33 AM   #98
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No no that was J.Allen doing the slapping. He's good at that, it's one of his things. In love of course.
ah...see!...I was blinded by all that slapping...in Love...of course!...
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Old June 9 2014, 05:06 AM   #99
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Lots of things make a person go blind..
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Old June 9 2014, 06:03 AM   #100
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Only if you forget to moisturize regularly.
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Old June 9 2014, 06:21 AM   #101
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Lots of things make a person go blind..
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Only if you forget to moisturize regularly.


"You know, I've tried all sorts of moisturizers. I even went fragrance free for a whole year. Now my sister, she uses some kind of uh... uh... uh... uh... aloe vera with a little sunscreen in it, and ideally, we should all wear gloves when going to bed, but I found out that that creates a kind of an interference with my... social agenda, you know what I mean?"
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Old June 9 2014, 06:26 AM   #102
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^

As for you, TayLaLaLa, I do hope you feel better. Remember, there is always the chance for something better. Sometimes you have to wait for it; at other times it will come to you. Wisdom and patience will help you know the difference.
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Old June 9 2014, 09:59 AM   #103
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Oh, excellent. The imgur pictures all work perfectly on my system. Thanks for going to the effort.
Happy to help
I'm also mightily impressed by the production team to cram so much stuff, and so much continuity-relevant stuff, into the margins. The selection of stuff is interesting too, considering that, like, the Menk? Granting that they have a good, meaty story behind them, they're not exactly the aliens who come up if you ask someone to name the top … 75 … species in Trek.
Yup. They definitely put a Trekkie in charge of making that graphic. I hope they're glad that their work is being appreciated even though it was illegible on-screen!
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Old June 9 2014, 11:49 AM   #104
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Lots of things make a person go blind..
And some will make you go cross-eyed.
Just ask His Holiness, Guru Tugginmypuddah.

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Old June 9 2014, 06:47 PM   #105
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I agree with BillJ right down the line.

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TOS was never a big, loud, brainless action series revolving around explosions and flashing lights and loud noises.
Remarkably enough, neither are the nuTrek movies.
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