Gaming in a time when us long abused scapegoats have risen with pitchforks in hand. A socialist living in a time of political, racial, and gender McCarthyite witch-hunts that involve no shortage of ideological civil war. An anti-theist in a time of mass-enlightenment via the internet and superstition's initial stages of total structural collapse. In these alone I cannot mark myself a revolutionary but at the same time cannot help but find kinship with those of revolutionary flavor.

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Cpt.Dann Oct 6 2013 says:

Enterprise D > everything else

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Better than I expected. The lack of obscure god-like beings incited a few less facepalms, though the occasional presence of a Bajoran wasn't exactly the best shoved-in reference of past Star Trek series. The convenient magic science was, I guess tolerable and completely negligible compared to that nonsense in DS9.

Captains: Picard > Janeway > what's-his-face-DS9
Commanders: Riker > Chikote > Major Kiera
Security: Odo(before he gets soft & boring) > Worf(TNG) > Tuvoc > Worf(DS9)
Chief Engineers: O'Brian > Bellana > Shorty
Chief Medical Officers: The Doctor > Bashir > red head
Best Characters: Garak(savior of DS9) > Q > Kashyk

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