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The first fan convention devoted to the show occurred on 1 March 1969 at the Newark Public Library.Organized by a librarian who was one of the creators of Spockanalia, the "Star Trek Con" did not have celebrity guests but did have "slide shows of 'Trek' aliens, skits and a fan panel to discuss 'The Star Trek Phenomenon.'" The first widely publicized fan convention occurred in January 1972 at the Statler Hilton Hotel in New York, featuring Roddenberry, Isaac Asimov, and two tons of NASA memorabilia.Since only about a dozen quarterbacks are selected during the typical draft, a 64-quarterback draft board transcends "thorough" and reaches "fetishistic." This is the stuff of Star Trek conventions. Shatner, why didn't the Enterprise use antimatter to destabilize the alien probe in the Tholian Web?" will be "Coach Coughlin, what do you think of Scott Buisson?Dating can be hard, and there is no shortage of apps and platforms striving to bring together like-minded individuals.Niche dating platforms range from linking up Disney aficionados and bacon-loving singles to finding love via a Netflix queue.
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The organizers expected 500 attendees at the "First International Star Trek Convention" but more than 3,000 came; Because Star Trek was set in the future the show did not become dated, and by airing during the late afternoon or early evening when other stations showed news programs it attracted a young audience.
The reruns' great popularity—greater than when Star Trek originally aired in prime time—caused Paramount to receive thousands of letters each week demanding the show's return and promising that it would be profitable.
I'm not a performer and frankly those conventions scare the hell out of me.
It is scary to be surrounded by a thousand people asking questions as if the events in the series actually happened.