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Creation Date: March 1st, 2010 07:15 PM
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Musings of a Knight of the Imperium.
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In Moot Member Blogs I'm glad my seeds are of use. Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #598 New November 20th, 2020 12:39 PM
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What if I were to run an Alternate Earths campaign set in the Terra System with the Traveller setting substituting for Homeline. The Third Imperium is funding parachronic research from a base on Luna, instead of parschronic projectors they have wormhole drives, which are similar to jump drives except they move sideways in time to the same system they are in but in a parallel universe.

What sort of starship would be best, scout ship or free trader. Only one starship can visit a parallel Eart
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In Moot Member Blogs More harassment Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #597 New October 22nd, 2020 05:54 AM
So, this time I had my YouTube channel shut down without any warnings. I got into a heated argument with an Indian behavioral scientist acting on my mother's and families behalf, and he had my account suspended for disagreeing with him about WMDs in Saddam Hussein's arsenal. Even with clean language, even on my Discussion board, the comment was deemed offensive.

Over the years it's largely private security people doing the doctor's dirty work, and no matter how many times I contact the Sta ...More Read More
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In Moot Member Blogs I'm sorry ... I meant ... Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #596 New October 6th, 2020 05:44 PM
I've had it with "mother" f---ing RUSSIA.

Apparently the commies were the cause of the unrest in my father's home land, and apparently they tried to screw with me hoping I would turn out to be a POS "alpha" male with all kinds of nasty criminal habits.

Well, too bad for them. Putin and Pozner can go straight to hell.

Thanks to the US Navy and US Army I got my gray matter back in order, although there is one particular individual (who shall remain nameless) who has some explaining to ...More Read More
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In Moot Member Blogs Why my mother screwed with my gaming Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #595 New September 27th, 2020 08:27 AM
My mother, my biological mother, does not understand science fiction as a whole. She did not, and presumably now, does not understand gaming. I've complained about her in this log in previous entries. This one will be no different.

Things I never got to do in games because of her ignorance, and presumably that of my immediate and extended family;

1) No SFB Campaign. I created rules for operational deployment for a "Space Action Group" for Star Fleet Battles, but because I was being sc ...More Read More
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In Moot Member Blogs Media and your personal values. Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #594 New September 21st, 2020 02:26 AM
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So, this is for my parents and family, and that is I would like to pose this question to all the Citizens of the Imperium, and just gamers in general, old school and young alike:

Have you ever gotten any personal values from any popular media? Notably, have you ever gotten any sense of right or wrong from a television show?

Have you ever gotten any personal values from a novel, a radio program, a comic book, a piece of music or poetry? Has media, in any form ever given you a sense of
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In Moot Member Blogs Star Trek the Junk Generation Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #593 New May 14th, 2020 05:53 PM
Repetition of Rant, but with some realizations

A thought occurred to me as I was thinking about why Star Trek the Next Generation was so … poorly written, or just outright bad. It’s more than the fact that original Star Trek was an adventure and police show, and more than Star Trek the Next Generation being a “family psychology” show dressed up as science fiction. But if you look at the bad stories for TNG, you’ll note that the psychological phenomenon presented are things that people tend ...More Read More
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In Moot Member Blogs Why D&D films are garbage Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #592 New March 14th, 2020 09:54 AM
Dungeons and Dragons, as I was reminded by timerover51, are designed as power trips for pre-teens and older.

I don't like them for all of the afore mentioned reasons in my Fantasy entries' i.e. a mish mash of time periods and technologies from classical era to the renaissance.

I never saw the D&D feature film, but it looked like garbage. And where I didn't see it, I did see that dim witted cartoon on Saturday mornings. If you liked it, then I'm sorry for trashing it.

To me Boorman' ...More Read More
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In Moot Member Blogs Why I left media 2 Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #591 New March 14th, 2020 09:22 AM
In short you couldn't produce TV or film without some socially positive message, or going after some psychology for the masses.

My thought is that it would have been cool to have shown mainstream America (and whoever else) what you and I did as gamers during our high school and pre-teen years in the late 70s and throughout the 80s as we hit college, university or just went into business. Wow them with an OGRE movie or TV show. Wow them with a Car Wars' movie. Wow them with a Traveller T ...More Read More
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In Moot Member Blogs Why I left film and media. Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #590 New March 10th, 2020 02:33 AM
I’m going to try and explain my thoughts and feelings on US media, and western media as a whole, and why I fell out of love with film, TV and just visual media as a whole. I still want to turn all the games you and I played during the late 70s, 80s and even 90s into films or visual media that can be enjoyed by all, but that seems unlikely at this point in time.

Original Star Trek, as I’ve commented on YouTube and on Amazon in my reviews, at its heart, is a police and hospital show. The gal ...More Read More
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In Moot Member Blogs Tolkien verse Wagner Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #589 New September 25th, 2019 06:28 PM
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Tolkien and Wagner drank from the same public well, which is a very different thing than stealing one thing from another.

In fact, Tolkien, as a scholar of Norse and Anglo-Saxon cultures (and who could read and write in both languages), drew from deeper material than Wagner did; so if anything, his story is a fuller and more authentic interpretation of the ancient Germanic legends than Wagner's version.
I really don't want to write another web log entry. The "Thanks" one was supposed to be ...More Read More
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