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michael_89
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Country: United Kingdom
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  • Heavens_Hitman
    Heavens_Hitman
    7 months ago
    Anyway, at the convention, the organizers had a board game. It consisted of a large flat square board made to look like space. It was intended to be a battlefield. The board itself, was divided into segments or "sectors", similar to a chess board. On one side of the board were a fleet of Eaglemoss Federation starships, and on the other, a fleet of Eaglemoss Klingon starships. Each player on each team, took command of one ship. Then the Federation team and the Klingon team would battle it out across the board, by moving their ships one square at a time. There were wormholes and other spacial phenomena on the board, that would provide one team or another with a tactical advantage if they could reach them first, by allowing their ship/ships to move more than one square at a time. The game itself was moderated by one of the convention organizers. It was a nerd's wet dream tbh lol Btw, did you happen to see Luc Besson's "Valerian"? Or did we discuss that before? I've heard it's rubbish.

  • Heavens_Hitman
    Heavens_Hitman
    7 months ago
    Hi Michael, my sleeping pattern is still very much on and off at times. I find it very hard to regulate, but thanks for asking. You should consider yourself lucky, never take sleep for granted, it's a precious thing indeed. Yes I remember the Eaglemoss starship collection quite well. Although I never collected them, I do recall how amazingly detailed they were. Bit of a story for ya. When I was nine, I attended a Star Trek convention in Dublin. Majel Barett Roddenberry was there, signing autographs. I was in line for well over an hour before I reached her at her desk. My mind had wandered, and I didn't realize that I was next in line to approach her. It didn't take her long to shriek at me in a very shrill voice and say "well, are you coming, or are you just going to stand there?!!" I was completely taken aback. So much so, that I forgot to tell her my name when she went to sign my convention booklet. So she snapped at me a second time and said, "well...what's your name?!!". She was a bitch. Although, this was sometime around 1994, when Gene has passed away. So perhaps that was eating away at her, I dunno.

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    7 months ago
    Pls tell more about a lost land under the South Pole, or a link to info about it. Perhaps i was there in a past life, haaa. hey, thanks for the run down on British politics ! Truly i learned more in your brief paragraph than from anything else. Three parties and they all suck ? Yep, May does appear to an outsider such as myself to be what you said. Confused and ineffectual as well. When will she be up for reelection ? So you feel the EU will get their way with your country ? What a shame. Like a heard of cattle stampeding over and crapping in a nice garden. I did look up the supposed date for your independence - its set for late March. Wonder why its finally not in our news anymore ? (Thank god) The last thing i saw was an article about how Brits wont be able to drive in France (or other countries) anymore if they leave the eu. Oh my.... is there a bridge across the English Channel ? Do y'all zip over in your cars to Amsterdam to pick up your pot ? One can only imagine what a hardship that would be without an ue driver license. haaa

  • grizzlyten
    grizzlyten
    7 months ago
    Awww, that's so nice of you to bring him in Michael. I know he'll be happy with you. I really do think they appreciate when someone has rescued them from "dire straights" and is good to them. But of yes - you do have a new "king" in the house and you'll soon be rearranging things - such as your normal schedule and routine - accordingly lol! I just love people like you who have some compassion!

  • grizzlyten
    grizzlyten
    7 months ago
    Oh wow Michael, cats are awesome! We had them when I was a kid and I had a couple of them that I had for years before they passed away (I also had a dog). Tell me about your cat - what its like, where you got it, etc.

  • grizzlyten
    grizzlyten
    7 months ago
    Hi Michale, it's been awhile. Hope everything is going well your way. Anything new and exciting?

  • woojoke
    woojoke
    7 months ago
    High Michael! I'm fabulous, everyone i know SEEMS to think so;) Spring sprang here about ten days ago(tree leaves ae emerging, flowers are budding, wild onions have taken over the leas on my estate), but alas, it was a big mistake as a cold front is on it's way bringing temps in the twenties that will refreeze my new lake and make those onion tops shiver and shake;) How B U?

  • Brody
    Brody
    7 months ago
    hey Michael! wow was going back to see what you said last on my chan, it was a long way back lol, bout England being cold, and Fleetwood Mac and Neil Finn joining them, and kicking Lindsey Buckingham out. I guess it warmed up for you guys about now? We had that weather too, a new record and all that. So how are you Michael? What is your BG about? looks pretty cool. I am still in a black hole, as far as BG's go.

  • Heavens_Hitman
    Heavens_Hitman
    7 months ago
    lol yeah every god damned thing is aliens ffs.

  • Pisces
    Pisces
    7 months ago
    The weather here is icy. Mainly that all the time lol. Sorry to be gone for so long. Just busy that is all. Hope you been well.

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    7 months ago
    There has to be many lost cultures and land, don't you think ? Mu, Atlantis, Costa Rica, whatever. My intuition tells me there is a major one below one of the arctic poles or maybe under both of them. It seems a bit ignorant and vain to think we are the only civilization to ever walk the earth, and also to think we have to be the most advanced. How the hell did an ancient primitive culture transport those large stones from Wales to where they are now to make Stonehenge ? Furthermore, how did primitive people cut precisely and transport AND hoist up those huge stones for the Great pyramid 5,000 - 10,000 years ago? Sure, they dragged them with ropes and used a super crane to raise them; the Cro-Magnon half apes did. No cranes back then, *supposedly*. Our culture cannot admit when it does not have the answers and god forbid if we aren't the smartest dicks to ever walk the face of the earth. With all this, i must be a fool, but i can't see the interest in wars fought by truly primitive men a few hundred years ago, who cares ? According to Plato, Nostradamus, and especially Edgar Cayce - a few thousand years ago the earth tilted on its axis. What was then the equator became the polar ice caps, and the polar regions became our present day equator. This would explain, among other things, why the dinosaurs and so many other animals and plants went extinct suddenly, as well as ancient *possibly more advanced than us* continents such as Mu or Atlantis.

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    7 months ago
    And it seems the earth is starting to tilt again ! Already its been shown that the MAGNETIC north pole of the earth has shifted drastically in the past 100 years, or so; which would support this theory. So, as bad as air pollution is, and toxic waste, blah blah, perhaps its vain of us to think we have the ability to "destroy" the earth. The Earth is a living breathing thing in itself, waay larger than humankind, and it goes through its own "life changes" and survives in its own way. The climate is changing whether we take credit for it or not. And ALL the planets as well as the sun are gradually cooling, on their own. Before too long the earth will be as cold as Mars is now, and Venus will be cool enough to support our kind of life DESPITE what humans do or don't do. Then, the Sun will also die. It will turn into a red giant then it will implode to a black hole. Now what about global warming ? The worse we could do would be a nuclear holocaust. That would probably kill most of the mammals fauna, but not some insects, viruses, or bacteria. And it most certainly will NOT destroy the earth, which has been through much worse and has its own destiny ahead of it. The war would only kill us. People might do well to begin respecting one another, as we are our own enemy. The earth will go on without us.