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*** This template was donated by the generous and talented btbeeston ***

Another winner from his Templates of Syrinx Collection.
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I MADE THAT TEMPLATE YEAH, THAT'S THE TICKET | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
That template is 95% nottaBot, but thanks a lot for the props...excellent job by the way :)
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Teamwork! :-)
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WHAT'S GONNA WORK? TEAMWORK | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
I'm sure this reference doesn't mean anything to you, but the grandkids love it :)
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Nope.

Wait a minute. GRANDkids?

No wonder you don't have any free time! ;-p
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...but I'm not that old!!! :)
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Age doesn't matter/antimatter. That's The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking!

Roger Waters, with Eric Crap on guitar - Jeff Beck was on the next album. :-)
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David Gilmour's first solo album was really good and I loved his second (About Face) so I eagerly bought "The Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking" to see what Roger could do and was thoroughly disappointed. All I remember of that album is a female chorus screeching "these are the pros and cons of hitchhiking"
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I only listened to it once, so maybe it's not as bad as I remember, but I took my son to his performance of The Wall and it was one of the greatest shows I've ever seen
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lol-I just remember that naked lady on the album cover. I'm not huge on Floyd.
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The album is all 'a dream'. I like the production, and the guitar sound especially.

I had the first few Gilmour albums also. I prefer them as a group Floyd) than solo though. :-)
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That is hilarious, I didn't watch TNG very much, but I know enough to enjoy this trailer :)
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They have Honest Trailers for many popular movies - not just sci-fi.

They all use the same, silly format. I'm glad you liked it. :-)
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That is great! Of course I'm familiar with The Three Bills doing "Rocket Man", but this one is new to me. Letterman used to have Dave's re or collection that included numerous celebrity albums...if I'm not mistaken Leonard Nimoy had an entry or two :)
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I've got the Shatner and Nimoy records. Bill claims they were supposed to be 'artsy'. Peter Sellers did a few 'spoken word' (song) albums too.

I highly recommend the Shat album "Seeking Majot Tom".

Here he is performing Space Oddity with Ritchie Blackmore from Deep Purple...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L-bTza_7-I

Here's a clip of him doing the sequel to Space Oddity from the 80's hit: "Majot Tom (Coming Home) by Peter Schilling.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1moHWpLv-w

All songs are space-themed - and backed by rock superstars.

This album is a real treat. Find the track list and catch the vids on YouTube.Or do what I did: I bought the whole thing (2 CDs).
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To lighten things up a bit, here's a funny "Honest Trailer" for Start Trek TNG.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6Zc8Co2H3w

It's only 8 minutes - but pretty amusing. :-)
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I should go back and listen to it again.. I seldom like music the first time I hear it and I'm sure I set the bar high based on what I heard from Gilmour...saw Roger Waters The Wall a few years ago and it may have been the best concert I've seen (and heard)...wish I could have caught it when they were all together :)
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I think you'll get a kick outta this mash-up of our recent conversations.

Shat at The Opera...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CthW1MgWYuE

I've got the album. Famous rockers backing him up on every song.

He said if they could pull THIS off, he would make the album. They did. :-)
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I couldn't get tickets for Floyd's Wall show so I listened from outside.

Near the end, the guards let us in for the encore. Nice! :-)
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Sorry, couldn't resist :)
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Nice work!

I just learned (yesterday) about the Reliant's upside down configuration.

They sent a blueprint of a Constitution Class-looking vessel for approval and received it back with a sign-off of approval.

But the signature was upside down, as if the ship were viewed upside down. There was no time to verify what the guy meat, so the designed it the 'new' way instead.

I saw it in a 'Making Of' documentary.

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I also re-watched the Sulu thing again yesterday. It's good to see the Excelsior back in action, with Sulu at the helm. The story has quite an emotional climax, as you will see. As well as why the guy who made it (Mr. Sci-Fi) is proud of his accomplishment. This one is well written. Looking forward to discussing it with you when you get time.

I'm in the same situation. Too many things to do, and not enough time to do them. Especially Trek material. There;s just TOO much out there! :-)
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Dave's RECORD Collection...Watched A Shat At The Opera during the intermission of a Blue Öyster Cult/ Creedence Clearwater Revisited concert. Buck Dharma definitely still brings it, his voice is great and his playing is smooth and effortless (we saw him last year and I think he was better this year). We didn't last toolong for Creedence. It was great to see Stu Cook and Doug Clifford, but without The Fogertys it was like seeing Steppenwolf without John Kay. When we got the tickets (they were free) the bill was Blue Öyster Cult and Eric Burden And The Animals, but for some reason they changed it.
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Buck used to be guitar and Brad Delp did main vocals. He killed himself a few years ago.

You can't blame those other guys for wanting to continue what they started, even without other founding members. I've read John Fogerty used to teach the others their parts right in the recording session. And I prefer his older material. :-)
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The Captains Diarrhea. No, I meant Diary. ;-p
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Harcourt Fenton Mudd!

OMG, remember the 500 female droids?

He was the most recurring 'villain' on Star Trek (twice) until Q came along.

I've heard another actor portrays him in the current series, Discovery.
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Of course the droids...but I also remember The Stellas. The actor (Roger C. Carmel) died a long time ago, but I remember him as an insurance adjuster on All In The Family and a million other roles...hard to remember them all, but his face is so familiar :)
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By 'droids', I meant the Stellas. Weren't they copies of his wife?

And yes, I was thinking the same thing about his face being everywhere. I think back then, they would take whatever worked and re-use it wherever and whenever possible. It's a good formula - and still in use today. ;-)
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Yeah, Stella was his wife and he had one built so he could tell it to shut up and it would. Ultimately, he was left with several "Stella's that wouldn't shut up
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The guy who wrote City On the Edge Of Forever (Harlan Ellison) just passed away. He was 84 years old.

Makes me want to toast him with 'James T. Kirk' Bourbon.

Yep. Here it is:

http://jamestkirkbourbon.com/
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I'm sure Montgomery Scotch is coming soon! From what I've seen, "City On The Edge Of Forever" is generally heralded as the ultimate episode. Fantastic concept and execution! Here's to Harlan Ellison :)
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The Terminator movie was taken from Harlan Ellison material (The Soldier from tomorrow short story and a seperate Twilight Zone Episode). They were forced to give him credit or face a major lawsuit.
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Forgot to mention: the bottle was designed by Mike Okuda.

There will be more 'spirits' in the series. This is the first.
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I have not seen that episode in decades! :-)
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roflmao!!
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That bt is a killa!

He was my very first favorite (I started in Feb.) and continues to light me up. :-)
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Very punny - I like it! :-D
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Forgot to mention: that would be THE perfect @ss, if it weren't for the water-works.

Is there a 'before' picture? ;-p
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lol
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*applause*

OMG, who wouldn't want a piece of THAT?

I mean, she probably has a nice personality. Very cheeky! ;-p
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She-it. Don't you hate when THAT happens?

Taco Bell strikes again! ;-p
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