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I was on goodreads and they suggested a book- and I thought the thumbnail was Codex & Fawkes.
Will Riker. You are the best. You trusted me, you encouraged me, and most of all you made me laugh.
Deanna, you are capable of so much love. You taught me without ever having to say a word. I realized I could be feminine without losing anything.
Ah, Worf. We are so much alike, you and I. Both warriors, orphans who found ourselves this family. I hope I met death with my eyes wide open.
Beverly, your fierce devotion comes from within and can’t be diminished. From you, I have learned to strive for excellence no matter what the personal cost.
Wesley, I’m sorry I won’t be able to see you grow into the exceptional man you’ll become. But your kindness and innocence are ageless.
Geordi… In those moments I felt the most despair, you took my hand and helped me to see things differently. You taught me to look beyond the moment.
My friend, Data. You see things with the wonder of a child, and that makes you more human than any of us.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard. I wish I could say you’ve been like a father to me, but I’ve never had one, so I don’t know what it feels like. But if there was someone in this universe I could choose to be like, someone who I would want to make proud of me, it’s you. You who have the heart of an explorer and the soul of a poet. So, you’ll understand when I say: “Death is that state in which one exists only in the memory of others, which is why it is not an end.” No goodbyes, just good memories.
Hailing frequencies closed, sir.
It’s the best Star Trek movie ever made.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and if someone believes that about Big Bang Theory, they’re certainly not obligated to watch it.
That said, I completely disagree with that assessment based on my knowledge of the writers and producers (all of whom are giant nerds), and the knowledge that the person who popularized that sentiment you referenced is deliberately provocative and kind of a jerk.
I’m proud of the show, I adore the cast and crew, and I love being part of it.
Because I was (and am) a nerd, I made up a sequence of buttons that I would push to go to warp, to enter standard orbit, to move to impulse, and to use the sensors. I figured that it should be cool if the motions were consistent, and it was a fun way to use my imagination.
Good to know!
The Gif Connoisseur #343
Fire reflected on birds in smoke - fire at Moerdijk, the Netherlands (©Coen Robben) Submitted by 7skeletons
My jaw dropped open.
Four to beam down, Mr Scott!
This is is possibly the coolest Star Trek TOS fan art I’ve ever seen!
No, but seriously, where did this come from? Who is the artist? Where was this taken?
It’s an art installation at the Microsoft office Studio D in Redmond, Washington, made by Devorah Sperber. It’s made of 75,000 beads.