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Title: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 02, 2007, 05:39:29 PM
Emotion chips make robots stupid and ineffective... instantly. Why do they make them? God alone knows.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Just Some Guy on July 02, 2007, 05:53:00 PM
I learned that Kirk really wouldn't die alone, no matter how much we hoped he would.

I learned that it's surprisingly easy to take out the Federation flagship.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 02, 2007, 06:21:41 PM
If you fail to stop someone from destroying a sun and killing millions of people, and then are confronted by a potentially lethal anomoly, you won't have a single thing to say. No "NOOOOOOOOO's," no "YOU'RE MAD, YOU FOOL!"
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Hazzah on July 02, 2007, 08:38:55 PM
Kirk would rather ride a horse than ride a woman...poor old pausing freak!!

Either that or that bitch musta been UG---LEE!
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Indomitus on July 02, 2007, 08:43:24 PM
I learned that it's possible to build a small rocket that not only will clear the atmosphere, but make it all the way to the planet's sun, in 11 seconds without blasting a huge crater in the ground beneath it from the thrust or encountering any friction in the planet's atmosphere from the speed.

I also learned that it's impossible to scan a planet's surface for life signs to find a person, and then to blast the bejeezus out of the area with the ship's weapons.  Instead, one person must beam down to the surface and fight the bad guy manno-a-manno.

(sorry, I just go mental when trying to reconcile Star Trek science with reality)
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Big Blonde on July 02, 2007, 08:57:56 PM
I learned that a rocket capable of blowing up a SUN will just cause a big bonfire when detonated on a planet.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 02, 2007, 09:03:15 PM
I learned that on ships prone to heavy impacts, designers will not include seat belts, but will include tons of rails.

Also, I learned once again that in the future, consoles will spark (yet still kinda work) when the hull of the ship is hit.

I learned not to let myself serve under Picard, as he would soon have me dressed up in all sorts of precious costumes and pretending to be a sailor on the Holodeck.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: markusdragon on July 03, 2007, 01:47:08 AM
I learned that despite the fact that Picard's most obvious character flaw from the series is 'not good with children', his paradise is filled with young children with horrendously bad accents.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 03, 2007, 04:50:05 AM
I learned that Picard considers a ferris wheel a standard Christmas decoration.

I learned that Number 1 has a ridiculously cocky additude for someone with such a dumb name.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Crowmeus on July 03, 2007, 05:51:27 AM
That no one with RiffTrax watched Voyager, since there were no references to Tuvok. (Since Tim Russ played one of the officers on the Enterprise-B.)
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Just Some Guy on July 03, 2007, 07:42:09 AM
That no one with RiffTrax watched Voyager, since there were no references to Tuvok. (Since Tim Russ played one of the officers on the Enterprise-B.)

Wait... someone watched Voyager?
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Quicksilver on July 03, 2007, 07:51:32 AM
I learned Star trek does really suck. I also learned the nexis can let you do anything half assed. Man you guys would not want to see my perfect being. Lets just say it wouldnt be cooking eggs up in a cabin.
 Apparently you can just leave this thing, that was extremely hard to get into and go back in time just barely early enough to stop everything. Which I also learned helps save you shooting costs, by replaying 20 minutes or so of movie.

I almost forgot but somehow didnt, I must buy more rifftrax.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 03, 2007, 10:41:50 AM
I learned that Woopie Goldberg doesn't NEED to make sense.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RVR II on July 03, 2007, 10:58:33 AM
I almost forgot but somehow didnt, I must buy more rifftrax.
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PROBLEM: What if I have All of the Rifftrax, and that voice keeps telling me; "BUY MORE RIFFTRAX!" ???
I sense that perhaps 'The Forces That Be' are telling me something more sinister subliminally..
(http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h275/rvr2/Nukes.jpg)
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: MarkAndrew on July 03, 2007, 11:23:30 AM
I learned that the purportedly 'French' Jean Luc Picard, dreams of Victorian English women and children.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Just Some Guy on July 03, 2007, 03:13:25 PM
I learned that the purportedly 'French' Jean Luc Picard, dreams of Victorian English women and children.
That's because the UK conquered France in a surprise attack early in the twenty-first century.

Uh... if you're from France forget I said anything.  And especially don't look for trouble in March 2009.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Big Blonde on July 03, 2007, 04:39:34 PM
I learned that Mike or Kevin watches Extras because of the line about Patrick Stewart having "seen everything..."
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Quicksilver on July 03, 2007, 07:58:02 PM
I almost forgot but somehow didnt, I must buy more rifftrax.

PROBLEM: What if I have All of the Rifftrax, and that voice keeps telling me; "BUY MORE RIFFTRAX!" ???
I sense that perhaps 'The Forces That Be' are telling me something more sinister subliminally..

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Well, theyve got about $10 more in backtrax to get out of me. I believe daredevil and 5th element are the only ones I havent bought. I hope it was merely a joke and not that the business is in trouble. 
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Sharktopus on July 04, 2007, 12:53:28 AM
That no one with RiffTrax watched Voyager, since there were no references to Tuvok. (Since Tim Russ played one of the officers on the Enterprise-B.)

Wait... someone watched Voyager?

 :D :clap:
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RobtheBarbarian on July 04, 2007, 01:04:48 AM
I thought that was who he was. I kept checking his ears.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Tyrant on July 04, 2007, 01:09:03 AM
I learned that Leonard Nimoy has developed a considerable amount of dignity, hence his absence from this movie.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: SharpMonkey on July 04, 2007, 02:01:13 AM
I learned that Kirk didn't die alone after all.  *sniff*
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Pak-Man on July 04, 2007, 02:09:25 AM
I learned that Picard's idea of paradise is WAY more femme than Kirk's. :^)
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: markusdragon on July 04, 2007, 04:54:27 AM
I learned that the largest risk of using futurisitc vision replacement systems is that what you see will be beamed outside of the ship, through the shields, to your enemies, and shown on a giant screen as normal vision, despite the fact that it's a continually mentioned fact that you can't actually use the VISOR (lol, backronym) to see normally...

I also learned a lot about Klingon Kleavage.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 04, 2007, 05:07:16 AM
I learned that one of the more intelligent members of the Enterprise's crew will not, even after hearing the bad guy make a huge fuss about it, check his visor for enemy bugs.

I also learned that the enterprise puts important shield frequency numbers in big bright lettering on their main displays.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RobtheBarbarian on July 04, 2007, 05:10:42 AM
I also learned that the enterprise puts important shield frequency numbers in big bright lettering on their main displays.

I learned that there's also apparently nothing in between the structure of the ship and the shield. Armor? Countermeasure? No?
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 04, 2007, 06:59:35 AM
Assumably, no material shielding would hold up to any blast. But I have no real idea.

I learned that the second in command female Klingon is actually kinda cute.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RobtheBarbarian on July 04, 2007, 07:10:17 AM
Hmm... I learned that if you want good old fashioned misogyny in the universe anymore, you have to go to the Ferengis.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 04, 2007, 07:16:00 AM
I learned that Kirk can steal the spotlight even when he agrees to do menial tasks. "Oh, I just got blown out of reality, I'm so great!"
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: eegah on July 04, 2007, 02:19:03 PM
That no one with RiffTrax watched Voyager, since there were no references to Tuvok. (Since Tim Russ played one of the officers on the Enterprise-B.)

He also played a bad guy in a Next Generation episode.

/The More You Know
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Indomitus on July 04, 2007, 03:21:26 PM
Well, theyve got about $10 more in backtrax to get out of me. I believe daredevil and 5th element are the only ones I havent bought. I hope it was merely a joke and not that the business is in trouble. 
I'm sure they're doing just fine.  They can afford to keep bringing in Kevin Murphy, right?
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: starfighter on July 06, 2007, 12:12:54 AM
   I learned that there must be enough people getting unpaid-for copies of Rifftrax that they are actively talking about the situation.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Hejira on July 06, 2007, 03:56:07 PM
That no one with RiffTrax watched Voyager, since there were no references to Tuvok. (Since Tim Russ played one of the officers on the Enterprise-B.)

He also played a bad guy in a Next Generation episode.

/The More You Know
He was also a Klingon in that Deep Space Nine episode where a Trill guy was so cut up about not getting a slug in his gut that he decided to steal Jadzia's. And there was a Mirror Universe episode where he played Mirror Tuvok, but that doesn't really count, does it?

I learned that the last thing I should have done was bought Crossroads. Wait, what?

Yes. See, every time Data gets hormonal, the last thing you want in your head is that goddamn 'not a girl' 'song'.

I also learned that the very idea of killing Kirk was so awful, it's impossible to not shit all over it. However, given the choices between having him shot in the back, having a bridge dropped on him (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/DroppedABridgeOnHim), or being told to BUY MORE RIFFTRAX, there's only one on that list that's remotely productive.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Bob on July 06, 2007, 04:12:47 PM
I learned that if you could leave the Lexus Nexus and go back to any point in time to stop the bad guys, you would NOT pick the time when you rescued him from the observator when you first met him, you would pick the point in time when the bad guy has all the advantages and is moments from killing a solar system.

I learned that they SO wanted the Borg in this movie they decided to give the TV crews borg look alike cameras and lights.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Principal_Skin-trade on July 06, 2007, 07:17:03 PM
I learned that if you could leave the Lexus Nexus and go back to any point in time to stop the bad guys, you would NOT pick the time when you rescued him from the observator when you first met him, you would pick the point in time when the bad guy has all the advantages and is moments from killing a solar system.
Excellent Point!!!!  ;D Bravo!  :clap: That is probably why the movie has always seemed to be at first draft stage.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: mrbasehart on July 06, 2007, 07:36:50 PM
I learned that Data + Emotion = Irritating Douchebag!
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Bob on July 06, 2007, 07:39:36 PM
I also learned that despite owning the ENTIRE TV series on DVD and all the Next Generation movies, I still do not mind them being made fun off.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Principal_Skin-trade on July 06, 2007, 07:43:32 PM
you know what irritates me? Data says "Saddle up, lock and load" in Star trek: Insurrection. Bones already said "Lock and load" in Star trek VI! You should only be able to get away with one annoying lame-ass cliche once in an entire movie franchise.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 06, 2007, 07:46:36 PM
As a history major, anacronisms like that kill me.

Forever playing Star Trek's advocate, here's my explination for Picard's short term time hop, as opposed to a more useful one: Time travel, though relatively rare, isn't new to the Federation. Assumably, back in academy, they learned that time travel did the least damage (both continuity-wise and paradox wise,) in the short term.
Still doesn't explain why there was only 1 Picard after he travelled back.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Bob on July 06, 2007, 07:50:38 PM
I think that is just the Berman lazy factor at play there and I hope the new stewards of the franchaise take more good care with all the goodwill the fans are giving it.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 06, 2007, 07:56:39 PM
Ah! No, I figured it out! When he came back, it was a moment after Bad Guy shot at the rock, accidentally freeing Picard. While Past Picard was pulling himself out of the rubble, New Picard came over to him and smashed his head in with a rock.
Kirk: "...."
Picard: "What?! I had to do it! Do you want a paradox?"
Kirk: "...Umm...."
Picard: "Look, if it makes you feel any better, he was an asshole anyway. Now come on!"
Kirk: "...."
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RVR II on July 06, 2007, 07:57:47 PM
M'kay...
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 06, 2007, 08:02:43 PM
I'm just glad you didn't present the always handy visual aid on that one.

Any other plot holes I can fill in using my disturbing methods?
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RVR II on July 06, 2007, 08:04:47 PM
Yeah.. that threw me off.
Go For It!
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RVR II on July 06, 2007, 08:08:34 PM
Ah! No, I figured it out! When he came back, it was a moment after Bad Guy shot at the rock, accidentally freeing Picard. While Past Picard was pulling himself out of the rubble, New Picard came over to him and smashed his head in with a rock.
Kirk: "...."
Picard: "What?! I had to do it! Do you want a paradox?"
Kirk: "...Umm...."
Picard: "Look, if it makes you feel any better, he was an asshole anyway. Now come on!"
Kirk: "...."

(http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h275/rvr2/wtf3.jpg)
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RVR II on July 06, 2007, 08:09:08 PM
I'm just glad you didn't present the always handy visual aid on that one.

Any other plot holes I can fill in using my disturbing methods?
Sorry,, I found 1!
My Bad..
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 06, 2007, 08:23:22 PM
Oh, you're confused about what I was talking about? I was explaining away the reason there aren't two Picards when he travels back to the planet from the nexus!
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RVR II on July 06, 2007, 08:25:16 PM
OH! I thought you were gonna use some of your classic art sketches to describe the scene..
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 06, 2007, 08:35:24 PM
Ask, and you shall recieve:
(http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1220/744684026_b8ee46facf_o.jpg)
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: RVR II on July 06, 2007, 08:37:03 PM
OMFG (Laughing Hysterically)
THAT'S THE BEST ONE YET!!!
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 06, 2007, 08:40:41 PM
Thanks. Traumatized stick men are automatic funny, though.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: PlayMSTie on July 07, 2007, 09:40:53 AM
I learned about the lost Abbott and Costello routine.

I also learned that when you're in a blissful paradise where you have everything you ever wanted and the chance to go back and erase all your past mistakes and make all your dreams come true, it takes only about five minutes of persuasion from a total stranger who wants you to go and risk your life fighting a villain you've never even heard of to get you to leave.

Nice tramautized stick men, Junkyard. :) And nice bunny, RVR!
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: ManosCK on July 08, 2007, 01:16:59 PM
Hm.... I learned that the laws of physics don't apply (Malcolm's Magic Rocket can cover 100 million miles in a couple of seconds, and the eruption of the star can be seen instantly after that).  I guess the light didn't actually have to travel all those millions of miles back.

I learned that Geordi sees life through a Sony Handycam, though his VISOR and what he sees was depicted as a stream of complex information in an earlier episode. (I believe someone mentioned this already, but it still bugs me).

I learned that turning Picard into an action hero for the finale did not work (but didn't stop the frnachise from doing the exact same thing for all the subsequent films).

I learned that making a feature film on a TV budget still really shows in the effects department.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Bob on July 08, 2007, 02:22:51 PM
Hm.... I learned that the laws of physics don't apply (Malcolm's Magic Rocket can cover 100 million miles in a couple of seconds, and the eruption of the star can be seen instantly after that).  I guess the light didn't actually have to travel all those millions of miles back.

I learned that Geordi sees life through a Sony Handycam, though his VISOR and what he sees was depicted as a stream of complex information in an earlier episode. (I believe someone mentioned this already, but it still bugs me).

I learned that turning Picard into an action hero for the finale did not work (but didn't stop the frnachise from doing the exact same thing for all the subsequent films).

I learned that making a feature film on a TV budget still really shows in the effects department.

Yeah, the whole "rocket getting to a sun in seconds thing" had use going "no way" as well.

Man.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Just Some Guy on July 10, 2007, 09:22:37 AM
Hm.... I learned that the laws of physics don't apply (Malcolm's Magic Rocket can cover 100 million miles in a couple of seconds, and the eruption of the star can be seen instantly after that).  I guess the light didn't actually have to travel all those millions of miles back.
Actually the planet is in orbit around a white dwarf.  I estimate that the star was only about 400000 miles away.  Of course that means that the planet has a core of neutronium and that everyone on the planet was radiated to crisp within seconds of landing but these are the things you have to deal with to justify the science in the Star Trek universe.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: wakachiwaka on July 13, 2007, 05:58:53 PM
I learned that apparently the Picard family tree doesn't branch - EVER! ("Now there will be no more Picards.")  What, no cousins, uncles, aunts, ANYTHING?
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: BathTub on July 14, 2007, 07:53:41 AM
they died.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Bob on July 14, 2007, 09:55:38 AM
I learned that apparently the Picard family tree doesn't branch - EVER! ("Now there will be no more Picards.")  What, no cousins, uncles, aunts, ANYTHING?

Hmmm, I have no aunts, unlces or cousins.    My sister have 5 kids but they have a different last name from me.   Hmmmm, time to get busy.

*Hello Ladies......*
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: wakachiwaka on July 16, 2007, 07:07:34 PM
they died.

Is that canon?  I'm just sayin', it seems highly unlikely that every single Picard in the galaxy except Jean-Luc's grandfather simultaneously took a vow of celibacy, leaving JL & Robert the absolute last hope for carrying on the family name.  There must be a 2nd or 3rd or 52nd cousin living contemporaneously out there somewhere.  Trust me - I know there are dozens of Bowdens in this country I have no chance of ever meeting, but with whom I share common DNA.  Neither I nor my sister have children, but we are not by any means the "last" Bowdens, even if all our first cousins and their progeny were removed from the equation.

But then again, I may be missing vital information about the Great Picard Genocide of 2597 about which every Star Trek geek knows the name of every single Picard who was stood up against the wall.  :P

It ain't that important - I simply thought "no more Picards" was just overly melodramatic.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Bob on July 16, 2007, 07:12:43 PM
hey, I am the last remaining "Reed" from my family line, so I can believe it.

I restate my *hello ladies* comment.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on July 16, 2007, 07:16:01 PM
they died.

Is that canon?  I'm just sayin', it seems highly unlikely that every single Picard in the galaxy except Jean-Luc's grandfather simultaneously took a vow of celibacy, leaving JL & Robert the absolute last hope for carrying on the family name.  There must be a 2nd or 3rd or 52nd cousin living contemporaneously out there somewhere.  Trust me - I know there are dozens of Bowdens in this country I have no chance of ever meeting, but with whom I share common DNA.  Neither I nor my sister have children, but we are not by any means the "last" Bowdens, even if all our first cousins and their progeny were removed from the equation.

But then again, I may be missing vital information about the Great Picard Genocide of 2597 about which every Star Trek geek knows the name of every single Picard who was stood up against the wall.  :P

It ain't that important - I simply thought "no more Picards" was just overly melodramatic.

Judging by these four films, "no more Picards" is a good thing.

And no more Soong androids might be even better.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Bob on July 16, 2007, 07:20:02 PM

Judging by these four films, "no more Picards" is a good thing.

And no more Soong androids might be even better.

As good as the NextGen TV series was, the movies should have been a hell of a lot better.   The Bragga/Berman duo just killed the franchise.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on July 16, 2007, 07:30:59 PM
As good as the NextGen TV series was, the movies should have been a hell of a lot better.   The Bragga/Berman duo just killed the franchise.

No denying that.   The fact that only one out of four was decent (and even then was barely a Trek movie) says to me that the good one was a happy accident....

I'm just also saying that in retrospect, Data should have died at the end of First Contact.  It would have spared us the creepy Michael Jackson-ish "I want to play with the kids" crap in Insurrection and there would be no B-arf (B-9) - Trek's answer to Jar-Jar Binks.

I thought that was who he was. I kept checking his ears.

I just noticed this....we've got a J-Men Forever fan here?    :D
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: BathTub on July 16, 2007, 08:23:36 PM
they died.

Is that canon?  I'm just sayin', it seems highly unlikely that every single Picard in the galaxy except Jean-Luc's grandfather simultaneously took a vow of celibacy, leaving JL & Robert the absolute last hope for carrying on the family name.  There must be a 2nd or 3rd or 52nd cousin living contemporaneously out there somewhere.  Trust me - I know there are dozens of Bowdens in this country I have no chance of ever meeting, but with whom I share common DNA.  Neither I nor my sister have children, but we are not by any means the "last" Bowdens, even if all our first cousins and their progeny were removed from the equation.

But then again, I may be missing vital information about the Great Picard Genocide of 2597 about which every Star Trek geek knows the name of every single Picard who was stood up against the wall.  :P

It ain't that important - I simply thought "no more Picards" was just overly melodramatic.

hey, I am the last remaining "Reed" from my family line, so I can believe it.

I restate my *hello ladies* comment.

Similar situation here, I am the last in my branch of the tree, it's not that there are no Picard's anywhere, more, last Picard in amongst your family who count. Like I am clearly not the last McNaughton, but I am in my part of the family that I know, and I have have thought before, that if I kicked the bucket that would be the end of that Branch of the tree.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Sharktopus on July 17, 2007, 12:28:33 AM
they died.

Is that canon?  I'm just sayin', it seems highly unlikely that every single Picard in the galaxy except Jean-Luc's grandfather simultaneously took a vow of celibacy, leaving JL & Robert the absolute last hope for carrying on the family name.  There must be a 2nd or 3rd or 52nd cousin living contemporaneously out there somewhere.  Trust me - I know there are dozens of Bowdens in this country I have no chance of ever meeting, but with whom I share common DNA.  Neither I nor my sister have children, but we are not by any means the "last" Bowdens, even if all our first cousins and their progeny were removed from the equation.

But then again, I may be missing vital information about the Great Picard Genocide of 2597 about which every Star Trek geek knows the name of every single Picard who was stood up against the wall.  :P

It ain't that important - I simply thought "no more Picards" was just overly melodramatic.

In the movie, Picard learns that his brother and nephew just burned to death, leaving him as "the last Picard." Presuambly, that's the last Picard in his family, or at least the last Picard left to run their eponymous vineyard, and not the entire galaxy. If all the cousins on my father's side were suddenly struck down, I'd be dismayed at being "the last Brady," despite their being a plentiful supply of Bradys in the world. (I'd be more dismayed by the sudden death of all my cousins, though...) Anyway, the "last Picard" thing was just a plot device, and far from the weakest one in the movie.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Junkyard on July 17, 2007, 06:33:04 AM
Hey, there are only three males that can carry the Vernon line, myself being one and my two male cousins being the other. (One of my cousins, a crazy Virginia hippie hillbilly, (I meant that as a term of affection,) has already had a male heir, so the pressure's off me. Unless the poor kid ends up eating the wrong kind of mushroom off Dan's farm.
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Hebs on July 17, 2007, 09:00:25 AM
I thought that was who he was. I kept checking his ears.
I just noticed this....we've got a J-Men Forever fan here?    :D

We've got two.  ;)

Awaaaaay.....
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on July 17, 2007, 10:55:11 AM
I thought that was who he was. I kept checking his ears.
I just noticed this....we've got a J-Men Forever fan here?    :D

We've got two.  ;)

Awaaaaay.....

"Where's my spring board?  Oh, there it is!  Ahhhh, my shoes are on fire!!!!"

 ;)
Title: Re: What have we learned?
Post by: cheezymunkay on October 11, 2008, 05:44:59 PM
I learned that even though when asked why Soren(sp?) doesn't just fly a ship into the Nexus they say he can't do that but Damn it if that is how Kirk wants to get in there that is damn well fine.