Man-oh-man I can't believe that I didn't hear about this until now.
Me and Ex-B always talk about how awesome the whole Star Trek and Trekkie thing is, y'know, on a level like "dude, the ultimate thing a guy who made up stuff could do would be to make up something that did that kinda awesome thing for so many people."
To even do something that did a little good like that would be awesome.
To think the complete opposite about the whole thing or even just to have no appreciation for it at all and think you could trade it in for something better is really hard to get my brain around heh.
Like, yer talking villainy or idiocy on a scale that I can barely imagine.
And I happen to be pretty damn good with villainy and idiocy heh.
I mean, even if, for some totally insane reason, you were gonna try to do something like that, you should keep that part of your plan on the down-low ahaha.
Does Star Trek really need a larger audience?
Is that really what you think the problem with Star Trek is lately?
I mean, OMFG, everybody I know except for the little kids who can't sit still for thirty seconds likes Star Trek, even if they ain't Trekkie-Class Fans or anything heh.
Well, up to Next Generation at least, not all the newer "edgy" junk, although Seven of Nine was smoking hot in that otherwise tiresome Voyager show, and that Vulcan chick from that horrible-ass Enterprise show was blisteringly hot.
And not everybody likes the old Star Trek where Kirk was somehow allowed to keep captaining a ship full of souls that he would occasionally risk gambling away on a wrestling match with an alligator man (but there's a lot of us that liked those ones because Kirk was somehow allowed to do exactly that over and over again ahaha).
But whatever, you know what I'm saying!
Okay, okay, mebbe I don't even know what I'm saying exactly heh.
But that vulcan chick was definitely hot, man, that's for sure, I woulda never been able to sit through the couple of hideous-ass Enterprise episodes that I did manage to sit through if it wasn't for that ahaha.