If You Can Appreciate Those Things Referenced Above, I Think You'll Appreciate this Blog. For a more complete list of Those Things Without Which I Feel Life Would Not Be Worth Living, check out the fandoms link at the top of the index. The only things I post that aren't fandoms or referenced above are things I find amusing, silly, or otherwise enjoyable.

I'm a deliberate blogger who relies on his queue to maintain a steady and balanced offering. I often don't post more than a dozen or so items each day. If I re-blog something, I truly find it worthy of sharing and I hope you'll feel likewise. This can make my posts blend in or get lost in your dashboard, but I prefer it to assaulting you with a stream of spam.

Make sure to take a look at the top links for a quick "Get to Know Me" -- and if you really want to explore a wealth of epic content, then go through my Archive which goes all the way back to the end of August 2011 without interruption.

In Addition to This Blog, which is my primary, I also co-run three others. One of them being the top Star Trek blog on Tumblr, Star Trek GIFs. I also founded and serve as editor for the DS9+VGR Confessions blog and co-run one of the only active Terminator blogs on Tumblr. Finally, I'm on staff at the largest fan-run Star Trek site, TrekCore.com, where amongst other things I've helped flood the web with a multitude of rare and behind the scene photos.

And now, Bob Picardo playing a guitar in the Captain’s Chair of Voyager’s bridge.
Buddy shot of Kes and The Doctor.  Purchased directly from actor Robert Picardo in 2002.  One of the best methods of buying an autograph of someone not present; buying them from their former cast mate whose splitting the proceeds of such sales with the actor who pre-signed. 
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The Doctor and Seven made a good duo, and could have made a cute couple if the idiots that be (substituted for the powers that be) hadn’t decided to repeat one of the worst 11th-hour mistakes of The Next Generation with a half-assed last-minute badly-conceived romance between two characters who had the romantic chemistry of a cardboard box and a refrigerator magnet.  You can take your pick of which particular coupling I’m referring too… Worf and Troi or Seven and Chakotay… or both…
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The third time I met Bob Picardo, it was at a much smaller venue and so I folks could take a little more time, and I decided to be bold and ask for a very specific inscription.  It was one of the first times I’ve ever requested such a thing.  :)  Turned out well, I’d say…
My ultimate inscribed autograph would be if I could get Leonard Nimoy to sign “live long and prosper” but I doubt such will ever occur.  Especially what with his retirement from conventions.  I’ve met him twice, luckily.  Neither time afforded an oppurtunity for such a request though.
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