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Jul 8, 2000 | 8:22 PM EDT

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Captain Picard Getting Down Right Jiggy With It!

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El-SydEl-Syd

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars February 24, 2009

ummm

it was such a bad flash, that i really can't comment on the visuals too much at all, but it had something kind of funny to it also, and the timing of the clips was pretty good.



phat-hung-wangphat-hung-wang

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 11, 2006

haha

i rather enjoyed that for some reason. i think it was the part when he was wearing the robin hood getup. lol and the mafia suit made me laugh as well.



AfroUnderscoreStudAfroUnderscoreStud

Rated 0 / 5 stars September 19, 2005

*Tuts* That was pathetic

A bunch of pasted images from Star Trek with their mouths moving to a rap song that was of a poor quality, it wasn't funny or entertaining. these pasted images with their mouths moving movies were way overdone, it's a shame that people still decided to submit such things even today.

Peace Out, Afro Stud

0/5



crazyjane13crazyjane13

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 13, 2005

Picard Rap - the author

This is a much-truncated version of the original audio file, which was made (as sheramil said) on an amiga. My ex-husband, Nikolai Kingsley, was responsible for it - I remember the endless repetitions of "On screen" ...

As for the video, no idea who did it ... but they either cut it short or had a broken version. The original was over 2 minutes long.


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sheramilsheramil

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 13, 2005

music was okay, animation was a little basic

very few people know that the original song was made on an amiga, using modtracker; the 8-bit samples were pulled off betamax videotapes of STTNG using Audio Engineer II and a cheap-ass digitiser. many years later, it was updated to include the "how many lights / there are four lights!" bits, and converted into a .WAV, and then into a .MP3.

i won't claim to be the author, because i very stupidly didn't put my name on it, or in it, anywhere. you would need superb detective skills to trace this file back to its origin, uploaded, at 9600 baud, to Greg Hills' BBS back in the days before teh intarweb even existed. ask mike barnes. he was there.


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