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  • #33801

    SPYRER
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    The only good SF that came to TV was Serinity, Seaquest, Battlestar (Both versions), Buffy,Angel, Andromeda, and Earth Final Conflict.

    Though I do agree NUMBER SEVEN can help in recovering from anything 😀

    anyone notice the Balder looks like that doctor from Deep Space Nine?? I mean really looks like him.

    #33802

    JiNx
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    for those that are interrested the 3rd series of battle star galactic has indeed started and 3 episodes so far

    i also discovered the during the episodes they made a mini sereis that was only shown on the web called the resistance

    just fyi

    #33803

    cbx550f
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    @bobirov wrote:

    @boy wrote:

    what do you call the decade between the nineties and the teens?

    I’ve always called them the aughts myself. In the electrical field we have wire sizes like 3/0 and we call that three-aught so thats why I’ve always stuck with the aughts. 😛

    I have pondered this at length, often sparking discussions amongst myself and my peers resulting in them looking at me funny.

    “The Aughts” I honestly never thought of, nor heard of. I, personally, had decided upon “The Noughts”, and even toyed with the idea of “The Noughties”, so that it would fit in with the sound of “The Eighties” etc..

    Adding to this subject, when are we (meaning English speaking people) going to stop saying “two thousand and..” when describing the year and switch to “twenty xxxx”

    I’m thinking it will either be 2011, because it is to darned long to say as “two thousand eleven”, or perhaps 2020, as we are accustomed to saying “twenty-twenty” with reference to measuring vision.

    #33804

    Irishbandit
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    @cbx550f wrote:

    @bobirov wrote:

    @boy wrote:

    what do you call the decade between the nineties and the teens?

    I’ve always called them the aughts myself. In the electrical field we have wire sizes like 3/0 and we call that three-aught so thats why I’ve always stuck with the aughts. 😛

    I have pondered this at length, often sparking discussions amongst myself and my peers resulting in them looking at me funny.

    “The Aughts” I honestly never thought of, nor heard of. I, personally, had decided upon “The Noughts”, and even toyed with the idea of “The Noughties”, so that it would fit in with the sound of “The Eighties” etc..

    Adding to this subject, when are we (meaning English speaking people) going to stop saying “two thousand and..” when describing the year and switch to “twenty xxxx”

    I’m thinking it will either be 2011, because it is to darned long to say as “two thousand eleven”, or perhaps 2020, as we are accustomed to saying “twenty-twenty” with reference to measuring vision.

    I think 2010 i like the sound of that twenty ten. 😉 😉

    #33805

    BOY
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    I think the reason why it hasn’t caught on yet is that 2006 would then be “twenty-six” and it is too awkward to say, “twenty-Oh-six”

    #33806

    NoMoreSteve
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    this conversation is getting way too white and nerdy. 😉

    #33807

    BOY
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    hey I resemble that remark! 😈

    “whiter than sour cream” all the way!

    #33808

    HWB
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    @nomoresteve wrote:

    this conversation is getting way too white and nerdy. 😉

    I found my new theme song. ROFL

    #33809

    Spectrum
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    @spyrer wrote:

    The only good SF that came to TV was Serinity, Seaquest, Battlestar (Both versions), Buffy,Angel, Andromeda, and Earth Final Conflict.

    anyone notice the Balder looks like that doctor from Deep Space Nine?? I mean really looks like him.

    Of the shows in your list i agree with: Andromeda, Battlestar, & Seaquest.
    I’ve never seen Serinty and could care les for the rest, IMO.

    Also i’ve noticed that, wounder if it’s the same actor?

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