|This article is written
from the Real World
point of view
|DOB:||6 December, 1985|
|Location:||Buffalo, New York, USA|
|Favorite Series:||Deep Space Nine|
|Favorite Movie:||First Contact|
|Favorite Episode:||The Siege of AR-558|
Nothing really much to say. I've been a Trek fan for as long as I can remember. I'm an amateur writer, and a poor one at that. I'm not attending school, and I'm currently between jobs.
I can't really say that Trek changed my life, in a profound, 'If it didn't exist, I'd be a drunkard in the street' way, though you can argue that mass communications on the scale enjoyed today is the direct result of Trek. I find the series more as intriguing fiction, something to ponder as we (a society) try to find ways of expanding ourselves.
My goal here at Memory Alpha are to stir the pot in a productive sense. I'm too opinionated to really right a completely objective article, but with a subjective goal of “Help make Memory Alpha better,” I believe I will be more productive than destructive.