Star Trek’s famous shuttlecraft Galileo gets saved and resurrected from oblivion by a dedicated fan and donated to the Houston NASA Space Center.
I am not a huge Star Trek fan. My grandmother was the original Trekker and she loved, nay adored, Star Trek in all its forms. I think they’re merely okay. I like them just fine, but I don’t care about “canon” on this series. Who did what to whom in which of the many versions and iterations of Trek means pretty much nada to me. I care about being entertained. And while I had a couple little niggles about J.J. Abram’s Star Trek reboot, overall I thought it was awesome.
Slice stirs the debate on renaming the Flight Test Land after the most famous astronaut, that’s what made us so thirsty for Vulcan Beer and Star Trek Wines, and our special guest James fed everyone way too much, then more debate with about Biebs in Space – is it good the Justin touch the stars? DC pushes the Digital Realm, and this fall you’ll see more Continuum, Being Human and something from Rod Serling!
We’ve talked about this on Slice time and time again. Gratuitous Sex. All those in favor say YEAH! All those opposed, just think we raise the subject cause we get more YouTube hits that way. Is nudity necessary or naughty nonsense when it comes to telling great stories?? And speak of dropping Trou… Mark Hamill’s pants are for sale, school kids are banned form playing superheroes, and a guy found very rare insulation in his house.