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Thursday, 28 July 2011

For all you Star Trek and Contest Lovers

Check out Ellie's Blog for this fun STAR TREK AS WE KNOW IT blogfest and Sign Up to the linky leaving your name and rank.

I chose Captain Madeleine.S.Maddocks
of the Starship Blogger (a mix of Janeway and James T.) Just wait until you see me in my uniform on August 22nd!

You must:
Post your Top five Star Trek characters and episodes and/or films and tell us why you love them.

Warp your way over to as many of your Starfleet comrades as you can and comment on their choices.

Spread the word on all hailing frequencies and feel free to post the image on your blog.

Lisa Claro has a fab Followers Giveaway at Writing in the Buff


  1. Charlie's in!! LOL!! Take care

  2. These sound like such fun blogfests! Thanks for the links.

  3. Aha, and just to thrill you with some dazzling space type facts, I submit this to you.
    Did you realise that it was a couple of Canadians who basically sorted out the Universe? Please allow me to explain. Captain James T. Kirk of Star Trek fame, is Canadian. You remember this famous line? 'Space... the Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the starship 'Canada eh'. Then again, there was also Commander Adama, another Canadian trying to get things sorted out in space and the leader of a noble mission. Do you recall him saying this? 'Fleeing from the Cylon tyranny, the last Battlestar, 'Galacticanada', leads a ragtag, fugitive fleet, on a lonely quest—for a shining planet known as Earth." So there you go, some overwhelming 'proof' just how vital Canadians have been in our space type adventures.
    Take care, Captain Madeleine S. Maddocks :)
    Kind regards in a spaced out way, shy and humble Gary.

  4. Aha yes, Gary, I had forgotten that Jame T was a fellow Canadian, but didn't know about the Battlestar Galactica chappie. Glad to see so many entrants already for these blogfests. :O)

  5. Thank you for the shout out, Captain! Can't wait to see the uniform ;)

  6. I used to go to a friend's house almost every afternoon in the early 70s and watch the original Star Trek episodes repeatedly. You'd think I'd remember them but I don't much. That was a long time ago.

    I've never seen any of the newer versions.

    Tossing It Out

  7. OMG! I NEVER do blogfests, and yet I am soooo tempted right now! I grew up LOVING Star Trek. I was one of "those people" who actually went to the conventions and got autographs and all that. *blushes* But it was fun! And it nurtured my imagination. :D

  8. I love contest! But Star Trek?
    Not so much. :)


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