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Susan Hilton PM
Joined Nov '09, USA

Hello, real Star Trek fans! If you are tired of Abrams' historically inaccurate drivel disguised as good entertainment, then these stories are for you. Star Trek should have never been put in the hands of someone who obviously doesn't know anything about the show.

Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I have been a Star Trek fan for nearly fifty years and love the original series. I was born in Wisconsin and raised in Minnesota, where I still reside. I hate what Abrams has done with Star Trek, and feel he has ruined it. I also think Discovery isn't Star Trek. It's garbage. I know that there were no female captains before and during Kirk's time. I include important characters like Chekov and Chapel. I don't dump them when they become inconvenient and historical continuity is important to me. I'm not a Ferengi. I write from the heart, not the pocketbook.

I have some sad news. My dear mother passed away on Monday, the third of June, so it might take me a bit longer to come up with another chapter of my most recent story.

Does anyone remember July 20th, 1969? I do. I was six years old in July of that year. I remember that practically the whole world tuned in as Neil Armstrong said his famous words "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." I am a believer that it did happen. 2019 will bring the 50th anniversary of that event.

The third chapter of "The Smarter Half" is here at last. It's a comedy, in which Picard and crew meet the smart half of the Pakled race. (I noticed the lack of female representation on the Pakled ship in this episode and decided to remedy that oversight.) I know it's been a long time, but I have a good explanation. The company I worked for for over thirty years laid my whole department off and it has taken me a while to recover from the shock. Thank you for your patience.

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