Coolest Summer On Record In The US
The frequency of 90 degree days in the US has been plummeting for 80 years, and 2014 has had the lowest frequency of 90 degree days through July 23 on record.
The only other year which came close was 1992, and that was due to dust in the atmosphere from Mt Pinatubo.
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Voyager had a barking megalomaniac captain, a simpleton first officer, a naive Vulcan, a constantly whiny engineer, a cheesy helmsman, a spineless Chinese guy and an overly optimistic rat-face chef. I can't even remember the other cast members because they were just that forgettable.
Every single Voyager story was cookie cutter and it definitely felt like it. Suddenly the Geordi "Wait a minute, wait just a minute." moments where he figures everything out seem plausible stacked next to the convenient sequence of fortunate events in every Voyager solution.
Voyager was pure shit. It's not deserving of the Star Trek name.
Oh man that VOICE of janeway...that whiny, bitchy voice (especially when she was trying to emote). THAT is what ruined it for me. Everything beyond that was way beyond the pain threshold and therefore seemed 'ok'.
Strange how I live in a country where private schools are all but unheard of, and quality of our public schools is far greater than that of private schools across the US.
How soon should we expect them to become shit, existing only for the benefit of the government and teachers? They're only gone the way they are for about 40 years as far as I know, and they've been fairly steadily improving over at least thirty of those.
Another generation. Two at the most. Basically as soon as your power elite figure out that a stupid, compliant and ignorant society is easier to 'handle'.