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Old March 7 2009, 03:28 AM   #16
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Set Jump clock to 33 minutes.
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Old March 7 2009, 03:38 AM   #17
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Just jumped in from galactic region 4.8.15.16.23.42 way out in the milky way, on the return trip came across the lords of light, they told me how BSG is going to end and all the answers to the questions on the table. I ended up telling you guys all the answer today, but the lords of light came down upon this planet and mind wiped everyone but me, sorry
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Old March 7 2009, 03:49 AM   #18
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T- 40 minutes until the penultimate episode!!!!


......

this is the penultimate episode, right?

No, that should be next week. This is the 18th ep, I believe.
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Old March 7 2009, 03:55 AM   #19
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Is it really that hard to find a M-Class Planet when you have FTL....?
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Old March 7 2009, 03:57 AM   #20
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Depends how many exist? Not too many around Earth as far a I know, heh. And, when you can't jump much, well.....
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Old March 7 2009, 04:00 AM   #21
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Plus their jump drive isn't that effective compared to Warp or Hyperdrive.
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Old March 7 2009, 04:02 AM   #22
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Why don't they use the FTL jump attack more offensively? Its like a Kamikazie attack but with out the dying part.....
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Old March 7 2009, 04:05 AM   #23
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So we're off to the "Colony"...the Cylon Homeworld.
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Man, the ship really is falling apart at the seams.


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Why don't they use the FTL jump attack more offensively? Its like a Kamikazie attack but with out the dying part.....
cause the ship is falling apart?
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Whoa nice intro view of Galactica and wierd scene with Hera and it looks like Galactica is going on a trip to what may or may not be from what their saying is the Cylon Homeworld.

Also Adama is annoyed with Mr. Mysterious power to say the least.

Athena and Helo are having a meltdown.

And the end of the last Colonial Battlestar Galactica begins.
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Plus their jump drive isn't that effective compared to Warp or Hyperdrive.
That is not necessarily true. We don't know how far and how fast FTL can travel. You can't see any sights using FTL, but it has some advantages. You can literaly get the drop on somebody or jump away and not be tracked or seen coming with as with hyperdrive.
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So we're off to the "Colony"...the Cylon Homeworld.
It only took 4 seasons.
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I don't see how they are going to save Galactica unless that silly putty starts to work.
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