Sunday, February 27, 2005

Trekkies Aim to Collect $32m to Donate to Tsunami Relief Fight Cancer Cure AIDS Save a TV Show

[/] Wired News reports:

Fans of the Star Trek: Enterprise TV show are protesting the show's cancellation with street demonstrations in Los Angeles, New York, Washington, London and Tel Aviv.


The campaign to save the show is headed by Trekkie Tim Brazeal. Brazeal, 42, is galvanizing thousands of fans worldwide to collect $32 million to pay for the cost of a fifth season of Star Trek: Enterprise.
I'm not angry, I'm just disappointed.

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Posted by Dean @ 2/27/2005 12:58:00 pm

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This show really sucks. It doesn't deserve to be saved.

Posted by Blogger Untropia @ Sunday, February 27, 2005 3:00:00 pm #

I really like the show - people collecting funds to fund a 5th season is no worse than people buying season tickets to their favorite football team, perhaps they should dump that and give it to tsunami victims? Hell, they've only got a few billion dollars of aid so far, perhaps we could make the 5th season in Indonesia?

Aids and cancer – too profitable for a cure, ever. You’ll never see a cure in your lifetime, I think it’s nearly 1/3 of a trillion dollars going into those and that’s too big an industry to kill with something as horrible as a cure. Disease is profitable, prolonged disease is even more so.

Let the nerds have their fun – Either that or we could call it “CSI: Starfleet” and then every prick would watch it ‘cause Jerry Bruckheimer’s name would be on it.

Posted by Anonymous Anonymous @ Sunday, February 27, 2005 6:27:00 pm #
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