I was time travelling this morning, and I rewatched David Wu's infamous "Klingons in the white house" speech.
Wow, just wow.
"They're Vulcans, but not really Vulcans, they're really Klingons, but not really Klingons because they've never been in battle."
Oh dear Lord, he makes us look like nutsy people.
I was also re-reading the stuff from 2006, rumoring a new Star Trek movie maybe produced by J.J. Abrams. We sure have come a long way since then, haven't we? Let's recap:
Someone else was president.
Enterprise had just been cancelled.
Nemesis was the last Star Trek movie.
The Countdown comic hadn't come out yet.
No one had heard of Star Trek Online.
Majel Barrett and Bob Justman were alive.
Bruce Greenwood was cool for being JFK, not Pike.
Pike was someone we didn't care about that much.
They hadn't tried to launch Doohan's ashes yet.
There was only one X-Files movie.
Just to name a few.