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Old February 5 2009, 11:17 AM   #16
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Re: Fair Haven

I have nothing good to say about Fair Haven. Lol.
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Old February 5 2009, 03:47 PM   #17
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Digging into the historical database, I would have like to have seen classic concerts. The Beatles at Madison Square Gardens, The Allman Bros Band at Fillmore East, Woodstock, Jimi in Berkley...ect. Question is how long would it take to create a complex program like those listed in my and the other posts...
An interesting idea. I bet Paramount had the rights to footage of various such historic instances that the crew could have been 'Forrest Gump'd into. From what Kim and B'Elanna discuss regarding holographic Cary Grant and other golden-era Hollywood films in 'Year of Hell,' I imagine a lot of these events have been recreated as fully interactive 3D experiences rather than basic 'concert videos' already, the question would have just been did Voyager launch with those files? I say, why not?
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Old February 5 2009, 10:18 PM   #18
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Re: Fair Haven

I liked the setting of Fair Haven. The execution was... questionable.

Loved Da Vinci's study though, as well as Sandrine's. I could see myself going to Sandrine's for a drink.
For that matter, how many times have you sat in the grass and done nothing?
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Old February 8 2009, 11:38 PM   #19
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For a night out, most definitely. For a long-term vacation, I would have chosen another holodeck destination. Something tropical.

I liked Michael Sullivan, so I might have had him "go on my trip" elsewhere too.
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Old February 8 2009, 11:57 PM   #20
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KimC there is a sking program mentioned at the end of "Macrocosm"

I've often wondered why they didn't have an amusement park program.

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Old February 9 2009, 04:50 AM   #21
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KimC there is a sking program mentioned at the end of "Macrocosm"
True but we didn't see much of it.

I've often wondered why they didn't have an amusement park program.

That would have been fun too.
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Old February 9 2009, 06:53 AM   #22
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Fair Haven: "Hey Tom? Look, I'm not trying to be a dick, but you're using BOTH holosuites with this fairhaven crap...I had some holo programs that I wanted to run..can you restrict it to ONE holodeck and let the rest of us have a chance??"
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