And if they are distorting and lying about something you know well, how can you trust their lying asses over anything else.
Answer: The MSM Monitor Looks Into the Mirror
Sort of wondering why this made the front page, but then I remembered what the Globe's function is, and how AmeriKa's MSM is Like the Movies.
As much as I love Star Trek, this belongs in the entertainment section, not the front page of the "newspaper."
"Boldly going where Trekkies have gone before" by Joseph P. Kahn, Globe Staff | April 25, 2009
.... Blending elements of Wild West shoot-em-ups with '60s-era themes like free love and misbegotten warfare (read: Vietnam), the series trafficked in allegory and New Age philosophy as much as it did menacing aliens and beam-me-up technology. William Shatner (Kirk) and Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock) headed a cast that attained cult-hero status as the series prospered in syndication during the '70s and beyond.
Yeah, the counter-culture PEACE ASPECT -- such as it was, promoted through a military vehicle -- of the show certainly couldn't have gone over well with the lying war-promoters down at the Boston Globe.
Not much has changed in forty years: They are still lying us into wars.
Shatner and Nimoy also starred in and occasionally directed big-screen installments of Star Trek in the 1970s and '80s, joined by other original cast members. To a large extent these movies have been unmemorable. The last one, 2002's "Star Trek: Nemesis," featured the cast from another incarnation of the series, "Star Trek: The Next Generation," and bombed at the box office.
Yeah, I guess the fact that a DOZEN or so were made proves they were forgetable bombs!!! Speaking of forgetable bombs, what else is in my "newspaper?"
Boston College English professor Judith Wilt, who teaches a course on science fiction and counts herself a Star Trek fan, says she barely remembers previous Star Trek films....
Then SHE AIN'T a FAN, you shit-shoveling shills!!!