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Lets Play Star Trek Online - Delta Flight

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Hello and Welcome To The Basement…

It’s Tuesday… Let’s Play Star Trek ONLINE!

This Week we’re playing Delta Flight…

Captain Paris has requested the player’s ship for a joint mission with his task force… but things are bleak… the Alliance isn’t making much headway against the Iconians… and the player and their crew have proven to be the only ones capable for fighting against them. I’m not kidding, the mission contact, Captain Kagran actually says that.

So we’re off to the Calbriden System to meet up with Captain Paris and his team, which consists of his daughter Miral Paris, her ex-boyfriend and Academy dropout Andrew Westin, a Talaxian named Ferix, a klingon named Guroth who can make weapons stronger. Do you know what happens if you shove FIVE Quantum Torpedos into one casing? I don’t either, but I want to find out! Also along for the ride is Kana Jinnis, the latest trouble maker turn good because of Starfleet, and Hadaen D’Mora who according to Captain Paris, is two weeks away from r…

Kindergarten Cop 2 - Basement Matinee

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Hello and Welcome to Basement Matinee…
Arnold Schwarzenegger made many films that are favorites… but some ended up having sequels that didn’t star the Austrian Oak, like Predator 2 for example, which starred Danny Glover…. Or in this case, Kindergarten Cop 2, starring Dolph Lundgren…
While by no means a great movie, it does serve nicely as a decent reinterpretation of the original plot, a law enforcement officer, this time an FBI agent, goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher, to retrieve something important to put away the lead villain, in this case a flash drive that has information on the location of everyone under the Federal Witness Protection program.
Unlike the first film where Arnold’s character of John Kimble interacting with the kids was the focus, in this one, it’s Lundgren’s Zack Reed character being perplexed at the PC nature of the world has taken in regards to education. It has some decent satire, while also working gags from other genres (like the buddy cop formula, th…