Star Wars or Star Trek?

  • Joshthegaymer

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    Oct 07, 2016 1:19 PM GMT
    Who all likes Star Wars, Star Trek, or both? I personally like Star Wars, but I understand how Star Trek is equally as popular as Star Wars.
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    Oct 07, 2016 3:24 PM GMT
    and you are white
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    Oct 07, 2016 7:08 PM GMT
    Stargate.
  • DannyLugo

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    Oct 07, 2016 9:07 PM GMT
    STAR WARS IZ BOZZ!!!
    Though plagiarized from D Rig Vedas, fascism of D Third Reich, Vryl Society
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  • Nakedman1969

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    Oct 07, 2016 9:09 PM GMT
    Star Trek all the way!!!! The next gen and voryge was the best!!!
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    Oct 08, 2016 12:01 AM GMT
    Gay Star Trek:

  • nice_chap

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    Oct 09, 2016 10:23 AM GMT
    Star Wars is easier for me to understand. I did not like Force Awakens. But I am pretty excited about Rogue 1.
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Oct 09, 2016 2:27 PM GMT
    Bonaparts saidand you are white


    Uh... what's hat supposed to mean? icon_confused.gif
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    Oct 09, 2016 2:36 PM GMT
    'I only ask this question because I am multi-racial, yet I identify with being white due to the fact that I was raised among white people.'''
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Oct 10, 2016 4:20 AM GMT
    Bonaparts said'I only ask this question because I am multi-racial, yet I identify with being white due to the fact that I was raised among white people.'''


    If you have a problem with me identifying myself the way that I do, don't pay any attention to me. Simple as that...
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    Oct 10, 2016 5:29 AM GMT
    I loved them both, as a kid, but I have to give the tip to Star Trek.

    Trek was written by a bunch of different people, and was often stilted, self-contradictory, and limited by the strictures of television. But it set out to explore the classic SF questions, "What If?" And "Who Do We Want To Be?" In many different ways, and always (as allowed by censors and studio executives) pushed inclusivity.

    Wars was a single, utterly formulaic, messianic shoot-em-up story. George Lucas even took the scripts to Joseph Campbell (The Power of Myth) for review to see if there was any classic formula button that he'd failed to push.