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1997-01-25 00:00:00 - New fan - (rachel5845@aol.com)


Hi. My boyfriend introduced me to Sliders (well, he told me about it and I stumbled upon it on TV one night). Before I saw it, I thought seaQuest would be the only sci-fi love of my life. I think I was proven wrong. (For those of you who didn't like seaQuest, please don't make fun of it now. I know it's been cancelled. Let a dying animal rest in peace). Anyway, I wanted to show you this poem I wrote and ask a question: If someone who likes Star Trek is a Trekkie or a Trekker and someone who likes seaQuest is a Questie or a seaQuestrian, then what doy ou call somone who likes Sliders? The One and Only? by: Rachel Blackwood So many things have changed me But one stands out alone (that's seaQuest) And it will always be there Welcoming me home But is it possible there s another? (that's Sliders) Can such luck be seen twice? Can it work the same magic? Can heaven give another slice? Should I trust this new force? Does it deserve my faith? Should I give my heart? Is it really safe? Are my feelings real? Is this a mistake? What if it lets me down? What if it s a fake? What if I m making this up? What if it s all in my head? Am I acting too soon? Should I wait instead? I guess I will wait For the future to come I hope my heart s right And there is is more than one -Rach The Jr. seaQuestrian and. . . uh. . . a Slider. . . type person

1997-01-25 00:00:00 - Re: New fan - (tomservo@netcom.com)


Rachel, It is only a TV show. I would not look at it on such a serious level, or else you WILl get hurt! Just look at episodes such as "Electric Twister Acid Test" and "Dragonslide"! These are bound to cause grat suffering in your heart if Sliders is so close to you!

1997-01-26 00:00:00 - Re: New fan - (Xaryn <dkangl@ix.netcom.com>)


Rachel5845 wrote: > > Hi. My boyfriend introduced me to Sliders (well, he told me about it and I > stumbled upon it on TV one night). Before I saw it, I thought seaQuest > would be the only sci-fi love of my life. I think I was proven wrong. (For > those of you who didn't like seaQuest, please don't make fun of it now. I > know it's been cancelled. Let a dying animal rest in peace). Anyway, I > wanted to show you this poem I wrote and ask a question: If someone who > likes Star Trek is a Trekkie or a Trekker and someone who likes seaQuest > is a Questie or a seaQuestrian, then what doy ou call somone who likes > Sliders? > > The One and Only? > by: Rachel Blackwood > > So many things have changed me > But one stands out alone (that's seaQuest) > And it will always be there > Welcoming me home > > But is it possible there s another? (that's Sliders) > Can such luck be seen twice? > Can it work the same magic? > Can heaven give another slice? > > Should I trust this new force? > Does it deserve my faith? > Should I give my heart? > Is it really safe? > > Are my feelings real? > Is this a mistake? > What if it lets me down? > What if it s a fake? > > What if I m making this up? > What if it s all in my head? > Am I acting too soon? > Should I wait instead? > > I guess I will wait > For the future to come > I hope my heart s right > And there is is more than one > > -Rach > The Jr. seaQuestrian and. . . uh. . . a Slider. . . type person Hey, nifty poem... I loved seaQuest, too, so I share your feelings (stifling a sob). I guess anyone that's a Sliders fan is a "psuedo-Slider", or at least, that's what a friend of mine calls me. More commonly, I guess we're all Sliders. Figuratively speaking, of course. Xaryn dkangl@ix.netcom.com

1997-01-27 00:00:00 - Re: New fan - (RANDY SELF <selfrl@svc.ctc.edu>)


OKay this is a little wierd... Um I love sliders and all... I've been watching it since the very beginning... but there is a line between the world of the sane snd that of the not-so-sane... After reading this poem about a tv show, I think that myself and this "new fan" are on opposite sides of that line!!

1997-01-27 00:00:00 - Re: New fan - (zikzak23@pipeline.com)


>OKay this is a little wierd... Um I love sliders and all... I've been >watching it since the very beginning... but there is a line between the >world of the sane snd that of the not-so-sane... After reading this poem >about a tv show, I think that myself and this "new fan" are on opposite >sides of that line!! Doesn't seem that weird to me. Obviously you've never seen the work of people who write entire short stories and novellas based on "Sliders." :)