Now what a humbling thought, that is. That a number of our compatriots were innocent little babes when we first signed up. I got into Star Trek via going to Star Trek: First Contact at the ripe young age of 13. I then did what many of us likely did and binge-watched everything I could get my hands on. Christ, my VHS collection of TNG, DS9 and VOY consumed an immense wardrobe. Streaming everything via Chromecast nowadays does give a real sense of "Living In The Future". I joined this site at the age of 18 - Jan 2000. In the olden days I got permanently banned twice, (When in doubt, send cutesy presents to Administrators overseas to get back in the good books)I moderated the Enterprise forum and this one. A bit checkered; I was in a bet with someone called Rob Hal to be the first Rear Admiral (4000 posts). How you guys do it nowadays I'm suitably impressed when the six figure mark has been hit. I think when I was a boy it was an ego thing. So much has changed in my life, but, this has always been a constant, whether I've posted like a madman or lurked for a year and there. Anyway, regardless of whether I post everyday or once a year, I still check my old online home every day. You've had a big impact on my life. Are any of the originals lurking?