LunaticBurnout
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Carpenter

LunaticBurnout

Ensign, Male, from Vancouver Island , B.C. , Canada

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  • About

    Sex:
    Male
    Birthday:
    October 3
    Location:
    Vancouver Island , B.C. , Canada
    Occupation:
    Carpenter
    Interests:
    • Star Trek: The Original Series
    • Star Trek: The Animated Series
    • Star Trek: The Next Generation
    • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
    • Star Trek: Voyager
    • Star Trek Movies
    I'm a drummer and a gamer and a star trek fan since I was a little kid. I work as a carpenter and I like physics, biology and science in general.
    I'm currently saving up to buy a PS5 with the PSVR2 sometime this coming year, still debating if I want to wait for them to get all the bugs out of the first run system then do a second release before I buy, or if I'd rather just get it when it becomes available now. I bought Star Trek bridge crew VR in aticipation of getting a VR system and I've begun collecting other VR games when I find them cheap.

    I wish I could fly through space and explore all the unkown worlds out there, thats why I love star trek! I also love how they portrayed humanities future potential in a very positive light, world peace, no more need for currency within our own species, scientific idealism, peaceful cooperation and exploration with the species we meet. Its a refreshing change from the millions of sci-fi stories that believe we are a hopeless species who will only end up killing anything intelligent we find out there. It seems that most authors believe humanity is much closer to the alternate negative dimensions version of events rather than the altruistic peaceful society that The Federation stands for. Thats just depressing. If thats true we dont deserve to continue as a species, so I preffer to hope that Star Trek will be a good example of how humanity can still choose to show their best side and save not only our world but ourselves and our future.