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    Default R U A Trekkie?

    I've noticed lots of references to Star Trek on this forum. In posts, signatures, avatars, etc....

    Is there a coalation between Trekkies (or Trekkers if you prefer) and Kenpo? Hmmmmm....
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    Im more of a Firefly/SW/BSG: TNS person
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    Nope...I have a lot of friends and co-workers who are though.
    The above is just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miyu View Post
    Im more of a Firefly/SW/BSG: TNS person
    All of the above! LOL. You can be browncoat and still like Trek. Actually, I'm just a sci-fi nut period. Now I'm hooked on the "Dresden Files" that comes on before BSG. LOL
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    I really want a Mal's coat of my own...if Mal is still in said coat, double score for me...
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    Fair enough...but only if I get Morena Baccarin! LOL

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    You ca have her - Im not concerned with her
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    Not a Trekkie but I can do that Spock thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crane557 View Post
    Not a Trekkie but I can do that Spock thing.
    Same here, I have seen alot of the movies though. I am just not that big of a fan, just good effects.
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    Not a trekkie. More of a BSG fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerkarate View Post
    Same here, I have seen alot of the movies though. I am just not that big of a fan, just good effects.
    Yeah the movies were pretty good.

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    I love all of them and was horribly disappointed when Enterprise went off the air. There was so much potential there.

    I miss 7 of 9 and Captain Archer and many of the others.

    I only liked the first couple of seasons of DS9 though.

    After that, it got weird, But I loved Quark.
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    "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" was by far the best movie, IMHO.

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    Not a trekkie but Am a fan of DS9 and WORF.

    Klingons rock!

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    BTW... Gil HIbben produced the knives and swords for the Klingons. So there is a kenpo connection with Trek

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    Actually, the best Star Trek movie is Insurrection ... Then it's a toss up between Wrath of Kahn and First Contact.

    I was disappointed with Enterprise.

    7 of 9 Tertiary Adjunt to Unimatrix Zero One was a much better character than we ever could have guessed when she was introduced.

    The Inner Light is the best 1 hour television show ever created.

    The 11th movie is going to be a dog for Trekkers'.

    And it may very well be that the best line ever spoken on television is:
    "There are Four Lights!"
    Lastly, never give the keys to the Enterprise to Troi.

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    Default Re: R U A Trekkie?

    no

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfarnsworth View Post
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    Star Trek....

    I think I've heard of it before

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    Default Re: R U A Trekkie?

    I think it's because most of us martial artsy folks are geeks, whether we like to admit it or not.

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