Futuristic Friendship

Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people. Friendship is a stronger form of interpersonal bond than an association. Friendship has been studied in academic fields such as communication, sociology, social psychology, anthropology, and philosophy. — Wikipedia

Roughly Ten Years Ago

Not so long ago, we would meet our new friends on the school ground. We would meet some at our work or bookstore, at a coffee shop, and it would be something physical. Now, it changed. Something in us shifted. It’s like a reversed, and we must adapt to new types of friendships…or maybe that’s just me?

For introverts, the introduction to chats on the Internet or forums made it easier to express themselves. Don’t get me wrong. I’m one of those! I am not comfortable speaking to people or elaborating vocally on subjects. Social gatherings for me are of minimal importance.

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A New Sci-Fi

“Universal law is for lackeys. Context is for Kings,” is a quote from Star Trek Discovery. It was said by one of my favorite Star Trek characters of all time despite its short live glory in the show, Captain Gabriel Lorca. It is an understatement to say it inspired my entire sci-fi series.

One Quote Is One Series

When the news of Star Trek Discovery hitting the small screen spread, I jumped on the occasion to be its reviewer for The Geek Initiative. Glued to my television every Thursday, I needed to see what would happen next. Of course, many thought the show to be too different than its predecessors and violated what it represented.

I watched it with an opened mind. I do understand why many trekkers disliked it just as well as I understood why it attracted newer and younger viewers. The look in itself was above and beyond any other Star Trek before and pushed the boundaries of what is used to be. The bold moves they made with the look of Klingons, and they dared stain Starfleet.

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