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  • #16
    Originally posted by Jan View Post
    Welcome to Turbone and Space Empress Sirikon!

    We're not the busiest forum on the web, but we're a great group! Happy to have you join us.

    Jan
    I would like to add my welcome in addition to those of Ambassador Jan Schroeder.

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    • #17
      Lt. Ambassador Jan, her divine worship Ms. Schroeder, keeper of all B5 knowledge, follower arounder of JMS and general font of wisdom I think you will find.
      Phaze
      on the "It was her birthday yesterday but due to my poor student status flattering words are all I can afford to give" ID
      "There are no good wars. War is always the worst possible way to resolve differences. It degenerates and corrupts both sides to ever more sordid levels of existence, in their need to gain an advantage over the enemy. Those actively involved in combat are almost always damaged goods for the rest of their lives. If their bodies don't bear scars, their minds do, ofttimes both. Many have said it before, but it can't be said to enough, war is hell. "

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      • #18
        Originally posted by phazedout View Post
        Lt. Ambassador Jan, her divine worship Ms. Schroeder, keeper of all B5 knowledge, follower arounder of JMS and general font of wisdom I think you will find.
        Phaze
        on the "It was her birthday yesterday but due to my poor student status flattering words are all I can afford to give" ID
        Happy belated birthday, Ambassador Jan.

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        • #19
          TWO brand new posters this weekend!

          Dr. Fares

          Join Date: Jul 2014

          Hello, everybody...

          My online name is Dr. Fares, but my real world name's Neville Ross. I was born in Toronto, Ontario on 02/16/1968, and I've been a sci-fi fan for as long as I've been alive (my first SF show was Star Trek: TOS, which I began watching at age five.) Since then I've watched all of the SF & F of the 70's, 80's, and 90's, and have also gone to a lot of conventions as well in the Toronto area.

          I first saw Babylon 5 (Babylon 5: The Gathering) back in 1993 like everybody else, and became hooked on it, and have liked it ever since. I head about the Free Babylon 5 campaign a while back, and have pledged my support by liking the campaign on Facebook like everybody else.

          I hope that the campaign's successful, and that Babylon 5 can be rerun in an afternoon or weekend slot on most TV stations or on the OTA rerun channels that are plentiful in the United States and Canada.

          Boosebaster

          Join Date: Jul 2014
          Location: UK
          Posts: 1
          Greetings from Surrey, England!
          Hello,

          Let's see, I'm from the UK, I'm 36, I discovered JMS in about 2002 when someone forced me to watch Babylon 5...

          Hated it at first, but it quickly became one of my favourite ever TV shows (it's in the top three still, with Buffy and Breaking Bad...I like the Bs). I've rewatched it a couple of times since but probably not for 6 or 7 years, and recently started a re-watch (I'm only as far as "Born to the Purple" as I write). I recently started a Stargate rewatch too and was going to get that out of the way first but I couldn't wait so now I'm juggling both.

          I co-host a podcast, where we talk about all sorts of nerdy things, primarily comics but we've covered everything from 24 to Game of Thrones and WWE wrestling. Some JMS comics are in the pipeline, as is a show where I discuss B5 with my co-host...after 12 years I found a way to force him to watch it the way I was forced (Clockwork Orange style).

          He is one of the many people who refuse to watch the show primarily based on that line from Spaced. I can't wait for his apology for waiting so long when he inevitably falls in love with the show.

          So...hi! I'll stop rambling here

          Jon
          Happy to have you both here!

          Jan
          "Fascism always comes in quietly, holding a flag in one hand and a holy book in the other, inching its way in. The bugles and drums only sound after they've already taken over and believe it's too late to do anything about it." JMS Twitter Dec. 24, 2017

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          • #20
            Great to see some new people round here! Looking forward to your contributions!
            Captain John Sheridan: I really *hate* it when you do that.

            Kosh: Good!

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