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It is interesting to see some of the things that were scifi, such as the communicators, voice operated computers, doors, and climate control, etc., we saw in Star Trek and others, being pretty standard these days.
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I've always been a Lily Munster fan myself.

As for the original Star Trek, Yeoman Rand was always a treat to see.

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The original Star Trek had lots of hot mamas in skimpy outfits.

Remember the lieutenant chick that got boned by the Greek god in "Who Mourns for Adonais"?
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The original Star Trek had lots of hot mamas in skimpy outfits.

Remember the lieutenant chick that got boned by the Greek god in "Who Mourns for Adonais"?
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The original Star Trek had lots of hot mamas in skimpy outfits.

Remember the lieutenant chick that got boned by the Greek god in "Who Mourns for Adonais"?
Yeah, it was pretty saucy for it's time.

Especially when you consider that it was taboo for Barbara Eden to let her belly button show (in her Jeanie costume) still in the early '70's.
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Yeah, all that memory lane stuff is good. Until you and a buddy mention Raquel Welch and a young coworker says, "Whose Raquel Welch?"

I've even had someone ask who John Wayne was. No wonder the country is in such a mess.
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