So, @phantomonabudget and I had the brilliant idea to catch the Phantom
Tour this past weekend. We’re not horribly far from one another and
she’s totally one of my best Phantom buddies out there, so this seemed
like a no-brainer for a nice quick weekend mini-vacation. I don’t take
weekends off very often and I was certainly due for a little bit of a
break after a bit of recent real life upheaval. So officially road trip time.
(Oh! Also.. funny thing that we realized. Our timing actually ended up being just a few days over a year since
PhantomCon 2015, so second August in a row of Random Phantom Shenanigans! )
Finally, this messed up situation has come to an end. I feel some stress has been lifted off my shoulders but I can’t help but still feel frustrated over the whole thing. Tbh, I wanted there to be a trial so ambers true colors could be shown. Sadly, Amber has managed to drag johnnys reputation through the mudd. People will continue to think he is somebody he isn’t. This will forever frustrate me, but I am happy that Johnny can finally move on with his life.
I will forever be with you Johnny. You have been so strong and I’m happy to say this is hopefully all over now. I love you so much! I’ve been with you since the beginning and I always will be! ❤️
I feel like androids in the Star Trek universe are some weird elusive Greek fire thing that humanity in general just forgot how to do
Like in TOS extremely complex androids are (relatively) common. Several of them appear in “What Are Little Girls Made Of?”, “I, Mudd”, “Requiem for Methuselah”, etc.
Then in TNG, Dr. Soong is the only person who is able to create a highly lifelike android. Did all the android scientists keep awful/no records? Did their information all get destroyed in some horrible Library of Alexandria-like disaster?