- April 11, 2019 at 5:02 pm #2617Darian HarderParticipant
I love how people want to just wake up one day and everything is “better and hopeful”. Why can’t we show how we got to the hopefulness? Why can’t we go back to a time when things weren’t so hopeful and show the work it took! But no that’s SJW thinking! Come on people!
- April 12, 2019 at 6:15 pm #2623Ani HatzisParticipant
I had to stop watching the video, could never make it through her other videos. She is spreading so much hate and ignorance, she really isn’t the right person to question the intellectual capacity of others. Well, she admits that she does hate Discovery. Yet she hasn’t realized that she didn’t really understand one of the main themes and story arcs of DS9. She claims to have been an ST fan (until Discovery, then no more, of course) … yeah, because DS9 is all science and exploration. Hello? Not saying I would dislike DS9, I’ve watched every season a few times. But she either never really watched it or she completely missed the entire point. Faith was all over that show, not just Sisko and the aliens he accepted as “prophets”, and his role as envoy, or the religious cult being displayed almost in every episode, heck the show even started with the death of Sisko’s wife, the main driver to every religion in the history of mankind.
Maybe this is a parody channel, or just another verbal delusional person on the Internet, getting a lot of attention by vomiting all this inconsistent bigot nonsense. I feel like my IQ dropped a few points.
Darian, I agree with your thoughts. We live in dark times and we need to see the work it takes to get back on track to a brighter future again.
- April 14, 2019 at 10:28 am #2632Darian HarderParticipant
Unfortunately it’s not a parody, I started to watch a video where she called Discovery the day <i>Star Trek</i> died. Everyone wants to go back to the old format because nostalgia! You woke up one morning and all of a sudden utopia, and life is super easy you can just coast through life without a care in the world and bad things just don’t happen. Except apparently that’s not true because once you leave Earth you find all these problems in other worlds that you were able to solve in your own history, but you’re not allowed to share the knowledge on how you actually achieved those accomplishments because “Prime Directive”.
I don’t know how old you are @ani-hatzis but there’s an old Dionne Warwick song from the late 70s and there’s a line in there that I used to use whenever I would get into debates over on G+ that says “a fool will lose tomorrow reaching back for yesterday” because sh and everyone else seems to want 60s Trek and basically give the actors the script of a TOS episode using the old sets and special effects. Never mind the fact that our technology has improved immensely since then. Apparently if we want to use those we have to catapult to the 25th century or later. She gushes over the FanFiction Star Trek Continues, which I watched but I just couldn’t with the same 60s style of production and the aliens not looking alien, and all the sets for other worlds looking way too much like earth etc. His portrayal of Kirk was an improvement from William Shatner, but that’s about it.
oh and there’s a video of her where she got in trouble with CBS and not only did she start crying—even though she started it, but she started threatening them, and she won!🤪
i guess you you and I are in the minority.
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