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It's been a Star Trek kinda day for me.  

secret_lade 46F
7925 posts
10/4/2020 3:27 pm
It's been a Star Trek kinda day for me.


Yah, I'm a Trekkie at heart....

The geek in me revealed it's true colors as I sat on the couch today junking out on 7 hours of Star Trek movies.

Reminds me of back in the day.

Back in the day, I watched Star Trek Next Generation every Sunday. It was part of my Sunday routine.... The weekend was officially coming to a close when Star Trek came on.

Before that, I was watching the original, in syndication, with Captain Kirk boldly going where no man had gone before daily. I was tiny then, sitting on my grandpa's lap, with my grandma sitting on the couch next to us. They would be talking about the impossibilities of what was happening and I was imagining I was a part of the crew.

Such a simpler time....

It just felt like a good day for me to snuggle up in a blanket, drink some cocoa, and watch some Star Trek.

Healing.

Happy Sunday.

ltrskr 72M  
4545 posts
11/1/2020 11:07 am

    Quoting mc_justmc:
    I wasn't much of a Star Trek fan, but I did watch every Lost In Space every week.
Me too!
In the 70's I shook hands with the robot while I was in LA!


XHamburgDave 77M  
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10/29/2020 1:12 pm

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Lonely197248 48M
9 posts
10/26/2020 5:41 am

I am a Trekkie too . Always will be ..... “Live Long and Prosper”. 🖖


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/25/2020 4:44 pm

    Quoting ltrskr:
    One of the best SciFi ever!
Oooh la la! Shirtless Kirk!!


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/25/2020 4:42 pm

    Quoting ltrskr:
    Sometimes u just have to say WTF......LMAO!
Now, this made me laugh! LOL He kinda looks like he's holding a flip phone...


ltrskr 72M  
4545 posts
10/25/2020 2:23 pm

Sometimes u just have to say WTF......LMAO!


ltrskr 72M  
4545 posts
10/25/2020 2:21 pm

One of the best SciFi ever!


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/16/2020 3:59 pm

    Quoting mutualbenefit69:
    I catch Buck Rogers on Saturday night here in Texas. Erin Gray is a hottie! Love the old Star Trek show. Damn it Jim, I'm just a doctor
OMG! I totally forgot about Buck Rogers!! I don't think I've seen that since I was a kid!


mutualbenefit69 46M
142 posts
10/16/2020 10:50 am

I catch Buck Rogers on Saturday night here in Texas. Erin Gray is a hottie! Love the old Star Trek show. Damn it Jim, I'm just a doctor


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/10/2020 7:02 am

    Quoting Cameltoe1958:
    I used to love watching the old Star Trek movies the new ones don't turn me on
The new ones are a lot more sci-fi / high tech, definitely not as campy as the old ones. I prefer the old ones myself mainly for that reason, but I have watched the new ones and I don't hate them. They're just, different.


Cameltoe1958 61M
4 posts
10/10/2020 2:27 am

I used to love watching the old Star Trek movies the new ones don't turn me on


KX450F2016 52M
144 posts
10/6/2020 6:10 pm

    Quoting secret_lade:
    Hours.... Did you eventually find one?
Yes, I ended up spending $2k on a washer & drier at Best buy


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/6/2020 4:59 pm

    Quoting lindoboy100:
    I love Star Trek too. Wouldn't say I'm a trekkie as such, but the original show was a family event. And some of the ladies!!! Ooftah!!! Lt Uhuru?????? Cor blimey, she fuelled many a boyhood fantasy of mine!

    I've really enjoyed the most recent films too, and Dscovery and Picard were addictive. And yon Michael Burnham girl........crikey, I need a cold shower now!!

    Hope you're feeling better McLade.
It was just a brief sinus thing... It has come and gone already. I really am rarely ever sick.


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/6/2020 4:53 pm

    Quoting Justcurious2ndx:
    Star Trek is one of my favorite back in the day TV series. I love the original series, and still watch it almost every nite now that so many channels show a lot of the older TV shows. The Twilight Zone is another as well as the 1st Star Wars episodes. As kids you are just mesmerized by the whole sci-fi, outer space fascination. The writers of those shows and other were geniuses in their vision. It was more to them, than just mere entertainment. There were lessons that covered important topics of those eras, and are still relevant today. I saw an interview with Michelle Nichols aka "Uhura" that is excellent. Her part on Star Trek was monumental for that time.
    Check out her interview. Very inspiring. https://youtu.be/pSq_UIuxba8
Oh, I loved the Twilight Zone too! I just recently watched some of the old black and white ones... It's amazing how some of that stuff has kind of become a reality.


Justcurious2ndx 54M  
4 posts
10/6/2020 12:56 pm

Star Trek is one of my favorite back in the day TV series. I love the original series, and still watch it almost every nite now that so many channels show a lot of the older TV shows. The Twilight Zone is another as well as the 1st Star Wars episodes. As kids you are just mesmerized by the whole sci-fi, outer space fascination. The writers of those shows and other were geniuses in their vision. It was more to them, than just mere entertainment. There were lessons that covered important topics of those eras, and are still relevant today. I saw an interview with Michelle Nichols aka "Uhura" that is excellent. Her part on Star Trek was monumental for that time.
Check out her interview. Very inspiring. https://youtu.be/pSq_UIuxba8


lindoboy100 57M
22624 posts
10/6/2020 3:23 am

I love Star Trek too. Wouldn't say I'm a trekkie as such, but the original show was a family event. And some of the ladies!!! Ooftah!!! Lt Uhuru?????? Cor blimey, she fuelled many a boyhood fantasy of mine!

I've really enjoyed the most recent films too, and Dscovery and Picard were addictive. And yon Michael Burnham girl........crikey, I need a cold shower now!!

Hope you're feeling better McLade.

Pull ma finger.........


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/6/2020 2:10 am

    Quoting CharlesD6996:
    I've been a Trekker for as long as I can remember. However, just like the Star Wars movies, the quality of the stories have fallen and the producers try to fill in the gaps with messaging and special effects. The original series through Voyager were serial affairs, with most stories wrapped up in one or two episodes. Enterprise started to diverge from this formula with multi-episode story lines. Discovery and Picard, while visually impressive, are but a shadow of what came before. Picard was especially disappointing, in my opinion.
I haven't watched any of the episodes of Picard. I was actually a little worried they were jumping the shark.....


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/6/2020 2:07 am

I shall. LOL


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/6/2020 2:06 am

    Quoting RyuFujin:
    I'm pretty sure Q was the instigator of the Kobayashi Maru. He'll never admit it, though.
I always loved Q! He was my favorite bad guy!


RyuFujin 53F  
1292 posts
10/5/2020 9:09 pm

I'm pretty sure Q was the instigator of the Kobayashi Maru. He'll never admit it, though.

"Be who you are and say what you feel. Those who matter won't mind, and those who mind won't matter." ~ Dr. Seuss.


topherific 58M
4747 posts
10/5/2020 8:26 pm

live long and prosper


CharlesD6996 50M  
296 posts
10/5/2020 4:36 pm

I've been a Trekker for as long as I can remember. However, just like the Star Wars movies, the quality of the stories have fallen and the producers try to fill in the gaps with messaging and special effects. The original series through Voyager were serial affairs, with most stories wrapped up in one or two episodes. Enterprise started to diverge from this formula with multi-episode story lines. Discovery and Picard, while visually impressive, are but a shadow of what came before. Picard was especially disappointing, in my opinion.

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secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/5/2020 4:22 pm

    Quoting citizen4722:
    I watched all the Star Trek series apart from the last one. Deep Space Nine was my favourite series.
Next Generation was my favorite.... Probably because I spent a good portion of my young life watching it every Sunday. And, of course, Wil Wheaton. Oooh la la!


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/5/2020 4:21 pm

    Quoting lunchandconvo:
    i've enjoyed much of it. another blogger posted some leonard nimoy photos and i was like YES SPOCK!!
Mr. Spock will always be one of my faves!


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/5/2020 4:20 pm

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    Peaceful with a positive message. Always a relaxing escape. That transporter beam always fascinated me. They're working on it right? 🤔
    Live long and prosper.
I don't think you could pay me enough to transport in one of those things. LOL


citizen4722 62M  
68954 posts
10/5/2020 4:05 pm

I watched all the Star Trek series apart from the last one. Deep Space Nine was my favourite series.


lunchandconvo 50F
1988 posts
10/5/2020 9:34 am

i've enjoyed much of it. another blogger posted some leonard nimoy photos and i was like YES SPOCK!!


Paulxx001 63M
17191 posts
10/5/2020 4:35 am

Peaceful with a positive message. Always a relaxing escape. That transporter beam always fascinated me. They're working on it right? 🤔
Live long and prosper.


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/5/2020 3:34 am

    Quoting MrWrong4RghtNow:
    I’ve always loved Star Trek in nearly all of shows and movies. I grew up watching TOS daily in syndication and was hooked on TNG and loved DS9. I wasn’t as attached to Voyager or Enterprise. The movies were always hit or miss. You know how it goes.. even numbered films generally rocked and odd numbered ones sucked. The only exception to this was Nemesis.
    I liked JJ Abrams reboot and more recently liked Picard. Discovery was a mixed bag for me but I’m willing to give it a go still

    I love Sci-Fi. You name it, I’ve probably seen it. Being a huge comic nerd implanted the sci-fi fan in me. Went to comic con every year from 1981-2011. I love Star Wars but it’s a different type of love. Star Trek at its best uses allegory to tell the tales. We get a reflection of society and the issues we face in ST. SW is fanciful fun with a mythology all its own. I could go on but shut it.
    I’m jealous you got to sit and watch 7 movies. Really. Even the not so good ones like Final Frontier. Lol
There's a ton of it on Amazon Prime Video right now. Free to stream it your a prime subscriber.... I have a firestick but I can still access it on my roku tv also.


MrWrong4RghtNow 54M  
710 posts
10/5/2020 12:34 am

I’ve always loved Star Trek in nearly all of shows and movies. I grew up watching TOS daily in syndication and was hooked on TNG and loved DS9. I wasn’t as attached to Voyager or Enterprise. The movies were always hit or miss. You know how it goes.. even numbered films generally rocked and odd numbered ones sucked. The only exception to this was Nemesis.
I liked JJ Abrams reboot and more recently liked Picard. Discovery was a mixed bag for me but I’m willing to give it a go still

I love Sci-Fi. You name it, I’ve probably seen it. Being a huge comic nerd implanted the sci-fi fan in me. Went to comic con every year from 1981-2011. I love Star Wars but it’s a different type of love. Star Trek at its best uses allegory to tell the tales. We get a reflection of society and the issues we face in ST. SW is fanciful fun with a mythology all its own. I could go on but shut it.
I’m jealous you got to sit and watch 7 movies. Really. Even the not so good ones like Final Frontier. Lol


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/5/2020 12:03 am

    Quoting coolpoolguy3:
    I love Sci-Fi especially Star Trek. In the seventies, as a kid there wasn't a lot of Sci-Fi to choose from and a lot of it was really bad except for Star Trek and later in that decade Star wars and the original Battlestar Galactica (which I love. Just couldn't get into the reboot, it seemed too much like Terminator in space.).
I remembered watching Battlestar Galactica back in the day... For some reason I remembered it being better than it was. I saw it a while ago on on Hulu or Netflix and tried to watch it again... It was a no go. LOL Same for the reboot, I just couldn't get into that one either.


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/5/2020 12:00 am

    Quoting  :

It had been many years since I last watched it.... It's funny how age and experience can alter what you notice and pick up in a movie. It was good to see it again.


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/4/2020 11:57 pm

    Quoting lonlyforlove2:
    "I haven't watched any of the newer Star Wars stuff.... I'm still a fan of the originals. Although.... Baby Yoda sure does look adorable" your response and has not been posted yet,
    each time a new Star Wars movie comes out, I gather up two car loads of the children and grandkids and of to the movie we go.. I posted about on of my "Dates".........I had a date this afternoon , if you get a chance to see it be sure to look at the last comment received and my answer, some people just are not with the real world!!!
I read it and, you're right, some people are just a real piece of work. In my opinion, family time is most valued to me.


coolpoolguy3 54M
2964 posts
10/4/2020 9:45 pm

I love Sci-Fi especially Star Trek. In the seventies, as a kid there wasn't a lot of Sci-Fi to choose from and a lot of it was really bad except for Star Trek and later in that decade Star wars and the original Battlestar Galactica (which I love. Just couldn't get into the reboot, it seemed too much like Terminator in space.).


lonlyforlove2 77M
17334 posts
10/4/2020 7:20 pm

"I haven't watched any of the newer Star Wars stuff.... I'm still a fan of the originals. Although.... Baby Yoda sure does look adorable" your response and has not been posted yet,
each time a new Star Wars movie comes out, I gather up two car loads of the children and grandkids and of to the movie we go.. I posted about on of my "Dates".........I had a date this afternoon , if you get a chance to see it be sure to look at the last comment received and my answer, some people just are not with the real world!!!

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secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/4/2020 6:38 pm

    Quoting superbjversion2:
    I was already in 7th grade when the original series aired so nobody ever replaced my (original) Mr. Spock crush. I will admit to enjoying the remake movies.
It's amazing to see how far we've come with special effects. I liked the remake movies too.


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/4/2020 6:33 pm

Both good! There's a lil sci-fi fan in all of us.


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/4/2020 6:31 pm

    Quoting lonlyforlove2:
    I bought the set of DVD of all the movies, nice to be able to just sit down with popcorn and be able to stop when nature calls!! I have over the years watched all of hem several times.. also the Star Wars I enjoy.. Such fantasy ..

    But look at some of the stuff in Star Wars, we all carry our " communicator" we just haven't been able to have Scotty "bean us up" yet!!
I haven't watched any of the newer Star Wars stuff.... I'm still a fan of the originals. Although.... Baby Yoda sure does look adorable.


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/4/2020 6:28 pm

    Quoting KX450F2016:
    I really enjoyed the Next Generation but never got into the originals or any after that. I'm sure I could tho with someone to watch with. I did see some of the originals growing up. I was a big lost in Space fan mid 70s. It was on every day after school followed by Gilligan's Island and Brady Bunch! LOL It was definately a lazy kind of day.... unfortunately I spent hours shopping for a clothes washer
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KX450F2016 52M
144 posts
10/4/2020 5:39 pm

I really enjoyed the Next Generation but never got into the originals or any after that. I'm sure I could tho with someone to watch with. I did see some of the originals growing up. I was a big lost in Space fan mid 70s. It was on every day after school followed by Gilligan's Island and Brady Bunch! LOL It was definately a lazy kind of day.... unfortunately I spent hours shopping for a clothes washer


lonlyforlove2 77M
17334 posts
10/4/2020 5:17 pm

I bought the set of DVD of all the movies, nice to be able to just sit down with popcorn and be able to stop when nature calls!! I have over the years watched all of hem several times.. also the Star Wars I enjoy.. Such fantasy ..

But look at some of the stuff in Star Wars, we all carry our " communicator" we just haven't been able to have Scotty "bean us up" yet!!

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secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/4/2020 4:48 pm

    Quoting mc_justmc:
    I wasn't much of a Star Trek fan, but I did watch every Lost In Space every week.
I haven't seen any episodes of Lost in Space.... Am I missing out?


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/4/2020 4:44 pm

    Quoting easy_going2014:
    yeah, we need some "feel" good time in our lives

    I'll turn on some songs on my play list

    or watch a movie I haven't seen in awhile

    or curl up with a book

    hmm

    be safe

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    It's just that kinda day.
    It's time to kick on back.
    Toss your cares away.
    Cartwheels and piggy backs,
    It's just that kinda day.
    Tell mean old Mr. Blues,
    He's welcome here no more.
    Put on your happy shoes
    and chase him out the door.
We do all need some "feel" good time, now and then. Helps you to recharge.


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/4/2020 4:42 pm

    Quoting Time4SomeFun_71:
    Very nice! Star Trek fan here as well. So which movies did you watch? The originals with WIlliam Shatner and Leonard Nimoy? Or the more current ones with Chris Pine?
The originals... Star Trek the Motion Picture, Search for Spock, and Wrath of Kahn. They're all on Prime right now.


pagancountrygirl 62F
5386 posts
10/4/2020 4:38 pm

I love Star Trek. But I love Star Wars, too. lol

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superbjversion2 65F
21163 posts
10/4/2020 4:36 pm

I was already in 7th grade when the original series aired so nobody ever replaced my (original) Mr. Spock crush. I will admit to enjoying the remake movies.

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mc_justmc 60M  
6695 posts
10/4/2020 4:00 pm

I wasn't much of a Star Trek fan, but I did watch every Lost In Space every week.


easy_going2014 54M
14323 posts
10/4/2020 3:58 pm

yeah, we need some "feel" good time in our lives

I'll turn on some songs on my play list

or watch a movie I haven't seen in awhile

or curl up with a book

hmm

be safe

Just That Kinda Day lyrics - The New Main Street Singers Click to play this song!
The New Main Street Singers - "Just That Kinda Day"

It's just that kinda day.
It's time to kick on back.
Toss your cares away.
Cartwheels and piggy backs,
It's just that kinda day.
Tell mean old Mr. Blues,
He's welcome here no more.
Put on your happy shoes
and chase him out the door.

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Time4SomeFun_71 49M
33 posts
10/4/2020 3:46 pm

Very nice! Star Trek fan here as well. So which movies did you watch? The originals with WIlliam Shatner and Leonard Nimoy? Or the more current ones with Chris Pine?


secret_lade 46F
5202 posts
10/4/2020 3:37 pm

Have to say.... Mr. Spock was always my favorite, until Wesley Crusher came along. He was my 7th grade celebrity crush.


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