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Posted Nov 06 2012 3:02am
Looking back at the final season as a whole, it's too bad that the makers of DS9 chose to call it a day here; even with the resolution of the Dominion War there's enough questions left unanswered and interest in seeing where these characters go on -- in the final episode that the show could have easily gone on. Part of the reason to end of the series was due to Brooks desire to move on (revealed in a crew dossier featurette devoted to the character included in the set's bonus features), but even with half of the show's characters moving on in their lives or destinies, it would have been interesting to see where a season eight of DS9 went, watching the Dominion and Federation try and create a peace in the aftermath of a major war, seeing Kira try and serve the interests of Bajor and of the Federation, and getting to know new characters posted there. While it's still nothing more than a pipe dream in the fans' imaginations, some of the cast members of DS9 have expressed a desire to pick up their characters and show where they are now. If Paramount is leery about committing millions to a DS9 feature film, what about UPN doing a mini-series?
There are five options of colors for your Ripstik. The first color is silver. The silver board is very sleek looking Ripstik. The great thing about the silver board is that flashy but not over the top and ugly. The next color is blue. I really like this board because it reminds me surfing of the waves in the ocean, which is where one of the inspirations for the board came from. On top of that it is a great looking board; you really cannot go wrong on the blue Ripstik. The next color is the red board. The red is not too bright so it does not stand out is not a dumb looking color. It is a deeper colored red and really looks great whether it is a girl riding the board or a guy. The next color is green. Green is cool because it is kind of inconspicuous. It is just a cool looking board but not flashy or bright. Just like the red board it is a great board color for either a guy or a girl. The last color is pink. Amazingly pink is a very popular color. That is either because a lot of girls or buying the Ripstik or it is also popular with guys. Actually the pink Ripstik is very popular with young guys. I am surprised at how many guys ride a pink board. I think you need to be bold to ride it as a guy, but regardless of what gender you are the board is very cool looking in pink.