Who says you get to talk?
Okay, i know, the magazine asked the question, but who says you get to talk about how Star Trek wasn't forward thinking?
I know that's out of context but have you forgotten, while on the unemployment line while waiting for Crazy Speilberg to hire you that maybe, just maybe, when you say something, you could get misquoted?
Or was it intentional?
If you can't have it nobody can't have it?
What are you, three? What more can we give you? We gave you a career you squandered away for some quick cash and a feeling of glory.
We gave you our trust.
We gave you the life we dreamed of having, and you let it burn.
And now this.
I don't care that they sied away from having a gay character on a syndicated program in the late 80s and early 90s. I dont care what you did on Voyager and Enterprise - or failed to do. That set of failiure is well documented. I kind of care that your writing credits do not extend to DS9, which therefore gives you no right to comment on DS9, especially if you plan to spread LIES OR MISINFORMATION like the idea that there were no same-sex relationships on DS9 - go to Memory Alpha, Brannon. Click the search bar. Type "Rejoined". Press enter. Read.
But don't get yourself quoted in a way that paints us as something we aren't. You're a writer. Act like one.
And also, before you go spouting off on attempts to include a homosexual couple on Trek, chat with David Gerrold about "Blood and Fire".
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