daverapoza: New tshirt design coming to my online shop soon!

daverapoza: New tshirt design coming to my online shop soon!

Coeus has decided to steal my bed sheets.

Coeus has decided to steal my bed sheets.

Another one of Reed’s pieces from last night.

Another one of Reed’s pieces from last night.

Star Trek 3x02 - “The Enterprise Incident" - Stardate: 5027.3
On the heels of “Spock’s Brain” is one of the better Star Trek episodes of the series. It is also the first one to feature a female commanding officer, as Kirk and and Spock are taken captive by Romulans. Captain Kirk’s motives remain hidden well into the episode so that he may complete a secret mission and protect his crew from harm if he fails. This episode also features Vulcan seduction at it’s finest.
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Star Trek 3x02 - “The Enterprise Incident" - Stardate: 5027.3

On the heels of “Spock’s Brain” is one of the better Star Trek episodes of the series. It is also the first one to feature a female commanding officer, as Kirk and and Spock are taken captive by Romulans. Captain Kirk’s motives remain hidden well into the episode so that he may complete a secret mission and protect his crew from harm if he fails. This episode also features Vulcan seduction at it’s finest.

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One of my favorite pieces from Reed Olsen’s ‘Granny Ring the Void’ art show last night. If you missed it you can check it out tonight at Spa City Bicycle Works in Saratoga.

One of my favorite pieces from Reed Olsen’s ‘Granny Ring the Void’ art show last night. If you missed it you can check it out tonight at Spa City Bicycle Works in Saratoga.

Children of Men, 2006 (dir. Alfonso Cuarón)

In the aftermath of one of the craziest scenes in one of my favorite movies.

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Far Out Worlds // Ray Feibush.

Far Out Worlds // Ray Feibush.

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Star Trek 3x01 - “Spock’s Brain" - Stardate: 5431.4
This is widely considered the worst episode of the series. It certainly is ridiculous and terribly written - but I would take “Spock’s Brain” over “The Omega Glory” any day. Basically an intruder breaks onto the Enterprise and steals Spock’s brain, so the Enterprise crew is left with 24 hours to recover it before losing Spock forever. Exactly why this was chosen to be the season premiere is difficult to figure out.  The above picture is unfortunately not Dr. McCoy getting a space perm, but rather getting beamed the temporary knowledge on how to perform Vulcan brain surgery.
// Scrapbook Enterprise //

Star Trek 3x01 - “Spock’s Brain" - Stardate: 5431.4

This is widely considered the worst episode of the series. It certainly is ridiculous and terribly written - but I would take “Spock’s Brain” over “The Omega Glory” any day. Basically an intruder breaks onto the Enterprise and steals Spock’s brain, so the Enterprise crew is left with 24 hours to recover it before losing Spock forever. Exactly why this was chosen to be the season premiere is difficult to figure out.  The above picture is unfortunately not Dr. McCoy getting a space perm, but rather getting beamed the temporary knowledge on how to perform Vulcan brain surgery.

// Scrapbook Enterprise //

Storm by Daniel Mikah Govar.

Storm by Daniel Mikah Govar.

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Ludo is a French artist known for pasting up black and white images with neon green accents on the streets on Paris and worldwide. His imagery often shows mutilated insects, animals, plants or different life forms with added mechanical parts. Strongly influenced by the skateboarding logos and punk imagery from the ’90s, his works comment on the way humans interact and interfere with nature. His limited color palette is a nod to DIY punk culture with its lo-fi, self-published zines and records, and certainly adds a feeling of rawness to his work. (via Hi-Fructose). 

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Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome.

—Isaac Asimov

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