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TrekMD

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  1. It is always cool. I've had Star Trek actors react to posts I've made either on Twitter or Instagram and this is them doing it, not someone in charge of their social media. Some of the actors who have replied/reacted are Jeri Ryan, Wilson Cruz, and Kenneth Mitchell.
  2. That box was a TARDIS! Lots of good stuff in it! Here are pictures of what I put in the box...
  3. Apple won't let this in their App Store because it emulates consoles.
  4. I didn't know I could use this on my Android TV's. I just installed it to give it a try.
  5. I'm not sure if anyone has seen this, but I thought I'd share it. This is only available for Android devices currently (phones, tablets and Android TV). It is excellent and their goal is to bring all the cartridge based systems to it. It is available as a Beta currently but it can certainly be tested/used. The cool thing is that you can add your own binaries to play. Below are images of the platforms currently supported and the controllers supported. More information here: Argon on M ark/Space
  6. It's been featured in the X-Files as well but I do remember seeing it in GoldenEye!
  7. I am saddened by this as this is in my hometown in Puerto Rico. I do understand the reasons, though. I'm glad I got to visit this place more than once, even flew over it and got to see each of the main support towers up close! This observatory made the very first map of the surface of Venus! One of astronomy’s most renowned telescopes—the 305-metre-wide radio telescope at Arecibo, Puerto Rico—is permanently closing. Engineers cannot find a safe way to repair it after two cables supporting the structure suddenly and catastrophically broke, one in August and one in early November. It is the end of one of the most iconic and scientifically productive telescopes in the history of astronomy—and scientists are mourning its loss. “I don’t know what to say,” says Robert Kerr, a former director of the observatory. “It’s just unbelievable.” “I am totally devastated,” says Abel Mendéz, an astrobiologist at the University of Puerto Rico in Arecibo who uses the observatory. The Arecibo telescope, which was built in 1963, was the world’s largest radio telescope for decades and has historical and modern importance in astronomy. It was the site from which astronomers sent an interstellar radio message in 1974, in case any extraterrestrials might hear it, and where the first known extrasolar planet was discovered, in 1992. It has also done pioneering work in detecting near-Earth asteroids, observing the puzzling celestial blasts known as fast radio bursts, and studying many other phenomena. All of those lines of investigation are now shut down for good, although limited science continues at some smaller facilities at the Arecibo site. Read more at: Scientific American
  8. Nice loot! Just be careful with that egg you got from the box!
  9. That's weird. Have you tried messaging them directly? They may be able to create a private auction for you with them.
  10. I have to check if the vector emulator I have has this game. It has quite a few.
  11. I have played this game a few times. I'm so bad at it! LOL
  12. Very nice loot! That box keeps on giving! 🙂
  13. Well, I don't start until next weekend and it is a process! 🙂
  14. I just got these 3 patches also. 🙂
  15. That's some good loot! That box is just like the TARDIS!
  16. I have ordered most of them. The Ghostbusters one is new, so I'll need to get that one. 🙂
  17. I still have a VCR stored as I have some stuff on VHS tapes but I have not used it in some time. For all I know it won't work when I decide to use it! The TV that I use to play games has an integrated VCR but it doesn't work.
  18. Oh, I know exactly what you're talking about. It takes me at least 4 or 5 days to get done. 🙂
  19. Nostalgia is a powerful thing. Shane makes good points about the current "Atari."
  20. Congratulations @socrates63! That is some score!
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