Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Shaw, Apr 15, 2009.
Photobucket don't want to go offending Chuck.
There is no Esc key on Chuck Norris' keyboard, because no one escapes Chuck Norris. No one.
Chuck Norris can read Lady Gaga's Poker Face.
(Holy cow, this is a misc thread in the making...)
My bad. I couldn't help but state a Chuck Norris fact, er, I mean a joke.
A thumbnail because the pic itself is pretty large.
That one of Neelix is brilliant, CL!! And here is my version of Voyager Tudors...
^It appears as if the image of Scarlett Pommers was from well after Voyager.
We are pleased.
I just found this on Reddit:
Did you read this thread before posting the picture. Not only have someone posted that one, but a whole bunch of posters quoted the image again and again in the past several pages. To make matters worse, your first and only one post is a RME post. Not cool.
Trekkies eat their young... damn cannibals.
I mostly dabble in making banners (shame this forum doesn't allow them).
I made this one for fun and haven't actually had a chance to show it off yet. Feel free to steal it if you wish.
If anyone wants a banner, feel free to message me and tell me what you want. I have nothing buy time on my hands until someone realizes I'm useful and gives me a job.
Good work, Rett Mikhal! How about one with the newest Enterprise?
I assume you mean the 2009 film version. I'll get right on it. Use this post to time me.
Here you go:
I can make any changes you want if you don't like the layout/text/whatever.
Now, can you make one of Shatner's and Pine's Enterprises crashing into each other?
Hey, that's a really good angle you chose!
Thanks, it's my favorite shot from the film. It's the "Here's the Enterprise looking damn fine" shot. Sure, it's a little self indulgent... but it's what we all wanted. If I had it my way, Star Trek: Generations would have started with the magnificent theme song played in full to five minutes of the Enterprise-D surfing through nebula and other cool looking stuff.
Instead they killed her. Good thing I didn't see that in theaters at 8 years old.
I suppose I could if I wanted to... but why would anyone want to? That's like blinding a painter or smashing a diamond.
The same reason we do everything associated with Star Trek: for fun.
That said, I agree with your sentiments regarding the Enterprise-D. I loved her best myself.
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