[-] [email protected] 4 points 3 days ago

Lucky is accurate. I'm very jealous. I had a similar experience for a newer show but no moments of that wall being up. Always seeing the workings behind the scenes so you couldn't really sink into it

[-] [email protected] 16 points 3 days ago

Sorry, I was unclear there. I had my wording all fucked up.

There are two parts to the 'nobody' thing. The first is the word nobody and then the second is the silence after it. It's to denote that no one anywhere had ever thought or heard a particular thing. Then another group comes in as part of the meme and asks that particular question. To turn the meme into a sentence it would be:

"Not a single living soul in creation had ever expressed this idea but suddenly, one day, a group of Star Trek fans asked something fucked up for the very first time."

Whether it's fucked up or interesting or whatever is denoted by the general context or feeling that the question/idea gives. In this case it would be fucked up.

[-] [email protected] 21 points 3 days ago

The nobody stands for never thinking nor asking the particular thing that follows

[-] [email protected] 6 points 3 days ago

I was watching some Critical Role recaps and was in the middle of a deeply intense emotional moment. I had to turn away because I was welling up a bit and looked to the second monitor. A single lemmy message. I refresh. It's this.

I cannot stop laughing at both the absurdity of the moment and the intense hilarity of that comment.

Bravo. Bra-fucking-vo.

[-] [email protected] 9 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

I did! I fucked up my back in the move but things went well. Una, my cat, did fairly well too. She was vocal a lot of the time and meowing sadly in her carrier although the most when we were moving around. She had to be taken out at one point for them to scan the carrier and she just wanted to explore. Had her on a lil leash and she was looking around a ton. The take off and landing she was meowing a lot but in the air she didn't make a sound. I, on the other hand, was pacing the plane trying not to throw up from back pain.

Got in the cab immediately after landing and went off to my new place. Got the keys from the hiding spot and let her out. Set up the litter box and food that I ordered and got my sister to drop off the night before. I spent the night curled up around the toilet because it was the most comfortable place and position. Next few weeks were a bit rough on the back and trying to figure out things in the new place but otherwise went well. Got a job (Which is why I've not been posting as much) and had my best friend move in. Things are going well. Back is still fucked and the bed I have is way too firm for me so it's making it worse. That's the biggest complaint right now. Everything otherwise is actually good which is a first for me.

Thank you for asking <3

[-] [email protected] 27 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

He straight up fucked Tasha Yar. But Brent didn't lol

[-] [email protected] 8 points 3 days ago

How am I not surprised?

[-] [email protected] 23 points 3 days ago

It goes one way or the other for me but nothing in between. Either it's better than the others or absolute garbage that falls apart almost immediately. It's a bit of a mindfuck

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[-] [email protected] 58 points 4 days ago* (last edited 4 days ago)

Fuck Trump and I genuinely hope he doesn't live long but assassination is obscene. First, it's just abhorrent. Second, you'll make him a fuckin martyr.

Either way this is insanity. That shot of Trump bloody with fist up in front of the flag is going to be plastered everywhere for months.

Step the FUCK DOWN BIDEN. You're now an old man stumbling through gaffe after gaffe and Trump was given a massive free PR boost. Not to mention he will 100% use this as justification to go after political rivals.

[-] [email protected] 23 points 5 days ago* (last edited 5 days ago)

(until they did the haha he’s actually super space Hitler rug-pull)

My guy, they had him admit to blowing up his own vessel and killing everyone on board. He openly ignored Starfleets protocols surrounding new life and sentient life by sanctioning the effective torture of a creature to power the spore drive. He rejected admirals and went against their orders frequently. He slept with a gun under his pillow. He was shown to be collecting torture implements that are psychotically illegal from the entire galaxy and having a creepy room filled with those implements that also happened to have its own independent brig.

It isn't much of a rug pull if you looked down at any point...

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He was also gathering navigational data the entire time and actively punched in extra coordinates into the Spore Drive from the Captains Chair. He then gave a long stare into the camera and said "Lets go home".

  • He was exceptionally pragmatic in military strategy which isn't so common in Starfleet in general.

  • The season is also littered with mirror imagery. First time Lorca is introduced is through a reflection in his window. Stamets has his mirror moment in episode 4.

  • He's also littered with scars, including ones that are consistent with the shape of an Agonizer. He showed extreme interest in someone willing to break one of the biggest rules in Starfleet and used his power to pull her into his reach through some wildly sketchy means.

  • The light sensitivity wasn't an obvious one as it was a new thing, it was used to canonize why all the Mirror Universe episodes in DS9 and Enterprise are dimly lit and darker, but even that hints that he's not 'normal'.

  • He also behaved weirdly with Admiral Cornwall who knew him well and she even mentions that he's not the same person she knew.

  • He actively set her up for something he suspected to be an ambush and then refused to go save her despite risking the ship repeatedly before. Something Saru even questioned at the time.

  • He's even eating the same food that Burnham is served in the Mirror Universe.

Like I said. Isn't much of a rug pull if you look down.

[-] [email protected] 36 points 5 days ago

It's almost like people throw a fit over everything new for little reason other than not what they're used to. TNG was whined about. Ds9. Voyager. Discovery is in good company. Still Trek, no matter what anyone whines otherwise

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