Looks like I am going to have to cave and get Paramount+ . It was only a matter of time, anyway, I'm not going to miss season 2 of Picard.i know to play it straight with you! i'm scared they'll drop TNG and DS9 too! then i'll save $20 a month, but have to shell out like $300 to buy the DVDs and rip them to my hard drive...
I don't know what movie that would be.I haven't been able to watch star trek for longer than 5 minutes since that movie in the 80's with the whales. That steaming pile was the last straw.
I think maybe Leonard Nimoy was in it, Next Generation IIRC. I dunno, just way too far-fetched for my taste. To be fair, recent "Star Wars" stuff is equally disenchanting.I don't know what movie that would be.
It's ok, we can have different opinions. For instance, I think Potter was better than Blake, and it wasn't even close.
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Seems like an appropriate Fosters experience haha!Foster's was my first legal beer on my 21st birthday. One of those oversized cans, at a place downtown called "Dick's Last Resort." It was a first rate lilacflowers. Not the beer, the bar.
On the way home I vomited out the passenger window during a left hand turn onto a major street, spraying the car in the other turning lane to my right. I can still see it in slow motion, the look of surprise turning to disgust on the faces of that old married couple. It was a warm October evening, they had their windows cracked a bit and I believe they got a taste.
The force of the wind blowing into my open window at 35 was enough to atomize the spew, painting my friends in the back seat and also did a fairly even job of coating the headliner of my brother's Blazer.
The next morning I woke up in the tub, fully clothed but soaking wet from being hosed down by my friends. Cleaning the car out with a terrible hangover was a godawful task. His truck never really smelled right after that; no matter how many air fresheners he bought, on a hot day it would come back. Good times.
Foster's, Australian for FLUUURGHHH!