It's all about me....don't we all just love filling these things out. I can remember watching the TOS first showing in the 60's when I was 4 or 5. Thinking that the phaser rifle was soooo cool I made one out of tinkertoys. :) In the years that followed, I found Lincoln Enterprises and started buying items like blueprints, braid and command insignia and other goodies. Then the books started to flow, I'd go to stores looking for those James Blish novelizations, the Making of Star Trek, and many more came on the scene. I am an avid reader, and loved my books. But every boy back then was a model builder right? Well I have all of my original models and those I don't have I've re-collected from auctions on Ebay over the years. My beautiful wife decided to give me an Avon set of DST figures one year and that started my collecting figures now...and as if that isn't enough, I collect the Master Replicas and John Long props too.
Is this who I am? No of course not, but you'll never really know me unless you talk to me, get to know me, and perhaps become friends. I work in a technology field, originally an engineer and now an executive. I enjoy school, I still attend university. And I relish entertaining my friends at home with my wife and two kitties. Drop me a note, ;)
Sorry about the late welcome... Space, the final frontier, these are the voyages of the Starship ENTERPRISE, it's 5 year mission, to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before...
"Ok Mike you and 2001 probably nothing anyone can do to help you with that. Trekscribbler I do have to agree with you if it hadn’t been Stanley Kubrick who made it then it would never have been so hypnotic, it is this point I believe that…"
Of all the STAR TREK first season episodes, I think the one that best demonstrated that Roddenberry wasn't always interested in sticking entirely to sci-fi stories 100% of the time was "The Conscience of a King." The episode aired on December 8, 1966, and it essentially was a morality play from start to finish:…See More