Monday, June 8, 2009

Podcast 21: Data's Podcast

Joey will be posting this entry, as Peter has closed all of his internets and can't get them open again. Even though we had no special guest, Peter was incredibly excited to talk about Data's Day, one of his favorite episodes, and the strong writing in Season 4 continues. This podcast covers episodes 9-12 of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 4.

Various topics discussed in this podcast include:
    What to do with nuclear waste
    For the good of the group
    Counseling - Is tearing people down good?
    Cosmic Strings
    Markov Chains(sp?)
    Joey: Society's Judge
    Joey admits he is wrong
    Captains can't marry people
    Talking someone down from a ledge

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Here are the ratings that we gave for each show:
Final Mission: 38min 53sec
Peter: SciFi - 8 Television - 6
Joey: SciFi - 7 Television - 6

The Loss: 30min 38sec
Peter: SciFi - 5 Television - 3
Joey: SciFi - 7 Television - 6

Data's Day: 46min 48sec
Peter: SciFi - 9 Television - 6
Joey: SciFi - 8 Television - 8

The Wounded: 34min 21sec
Peter: SciFi - 7 Television - 6
Joey: SciFi - 5 Television - 6

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leah said...

Joey. Were you in Future Problem Solvers of America just to get out of class? That was my motivation for that and 80% of my extracurricular activities.

Ancient of Days said...

Leah: LOL - no, I was in it because it was a requirement to get into the KEY (Knowledge Enrichment for Youth) program at the Casper Community College every summer (which was SO much better than staying home!)- so, in a round-about way, I was in FPSA to get out of the HOUSE. :)

It's awesome to meet another FPSA'er, and it made me actually go look them up and realize that FPSA is still going strong at

Ancient of Days said...

It's fascinating to note that the one problem the FPSPI seemingly never asked anyone to apply themselves to is 'create a logo for FPSPI that does not suck'.

leah said...

Ha! I did hear about KEY, but I refused to join due to my busy schedule of sleeping in and then reading the rest of the day. Laziness stood me well during that time.

And good grief, the zipper on the head of that logo would make an excellent horror movie. That's the way to get young, impressionable children to want to join.

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