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Use this for cross-dimension shitposting https://nerv.8ch.net/trek/trekgenrl/1701/strek/streak/startrek/furtrek

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f60f01  No.1614[Reply]

reminder that we're in the hunger games tonight at 8pm EDT


if you p'toks aren't cheering, you'll be stripped of bloodwine for the next month

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b44725  No.26007

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77791a  No.2[Reply]

Accepting banners here

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8c7280  No.26030

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7d6d36  No.25046[Reply]

I thought we gonna have a thread like this. Buckle up for my hot takes:

- most of the dialog on ST is really clumsy and I find this to be irksome. While there are certainly good monologs, dual exchanges in ST always feel awkward and awfully infantile. It's like every character is constantly in exposition mode and the audience is never required to pick up on clues.

- Let's be honest, besides very fee exceptions like "The Visitor" most of the non-story episodes of DS9 are a snoozefest and filler. There is also zero exploration despite the station being situated next to a wormhole carrying them to the other end of the galaxy.

- despite being a boring movie, ST:TMP was the most Trekish movie, especially with its aesthetic.

- there is never going to be another "real" Trek series, ever. DS9 and even VOY despite its flaws were the last ones. This is because of the industry. Shows these days are all about "personal drama", superficial core issues, Chinese fortune cookie wisdoms in dialog form, massive pressure to have the ratings after season 1, constant SJW quota fullfullment, fast pace so the consumerist audience doesn't get bored. The only chance ever for another decent Trek series would be a completely independent project, non-profit, with crowdfunding. However, you'd catch Aids nonetheless due to the retarded Trekkie community, which would have the main influence over the show.

- post-First Contact uniforms are the best ones. DS9 would be way more enjoyable from the beginning if Avery Brooks shaved his head and got that uniform from the beginning.

- Also, Avery Brooks is a horrible actor.

- despite being left-liberal in tone, there are plenty of episodes that are quite American with neoconservative undertones. In the Pale Moonlight is basically a justification for a false flag to start a war. Old Klingons resemble the Japanese. ST VI was about the end of the Cold War with the Klangs selling out their own country for a Pizza Hut like Gorbachev.

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b95724  No.25931


>commie garbage

True mostly of TNG, VOY and some parts of ENT. TOS and DS9 are about as far from commie read collectivist which applies to a lot more ideologies than just communism as you can get

55f5ae  No.25948



>far from commie

it's as jewish as a show could get

7b1513  No.25983


For a Cardassian Flag LARPer you sure have not swallow the Gul Pill.

55f5ae  No.25994


they made it into space communism vs space fascism with space jews caught up inbetween

035f96  No.26055


>I find Lwaxana Troi an amusing, and entertaining character. Episodes featuring her making someone squirm have a kind of schaudenfraude appeal to me.

If nothing else, she provided one of the funniest moments in TNG: Picard peeking around a corner at the start of "Half a Life"

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5f8c51  No.26012[Reply]

For fags that have not read the previous thread I basically rewatch TNG while making dumping reaction pics and webms. The plan was to keep it all in one thread but it was getting very cluttered so going to make a thread for each so fags know what content is which. As always if you have a request for a scene to be screencapped/webm'd let me know and I will keep an eye out for it, but please only requests for Season 2 of TNG. If you have a Season 1 request use previous thread.

Rating Scale

My intention was in the last thread to just dump content and shitpost but it grew into a more of a mini-review of each episode. My scoring system might seem a little harsh at first but there is a reason for that; mainly I do not believe in throwing out high grades unless it is truly deserving and if you do it sort of cheapens scoring. To sum up in an example; while most fags would probably give an okay episode a 6 or 7 out of 10 I would tend to give it a 4.

Ratings Explained:


Truly awful and do yourself a favor and avoid watching an episode with this rating.


Bad episodes that while you could suffer through there is no real need for you to put yourself through such torture.


The pass mark. Decent episodes that are okay but you really won't be upset if you miss them.


Good episodes that are worth a watch. There is not really any reason to avoid them.


Truly great episodes that you must watch.

Previous Threads

Season 1 Thread: >>25320

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d14b35  No.26042


Welcome back.

>Episode 1 - The Child:

I only gave this a 3/10.

547619  No.26049

So I'll address the elephant in the room.

Worf's sash change

I never liked his season 1 sash style, but what was the reason for the switch to the chain mail style, not that I'm complaining just wondering.

c0b259  No.26050

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According to jewgle the first sash was an old TOS prop. Probably the same one from Kang's costume and that shit was fraying so the costume bitch made him a new one out of bike chains and gay people's chewing gum or some shit.

I preferred the gold over red myself.

547619  No.26052


Sheeeeit, that would make sense. Also, viewing TNG in it's original airdate in original broadcast standard def at it's time,

>out of bike chains and gay people's chewing gum or some shit.

I did not see high details of S2 sash.

>I preferred the gold over red myself.

Not a huge fan of the frayed bits and it's too close to wicker weaving for my taste.

542a41  No.26054


RIP Puppers.

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c2fa71  No.9363[Reply]

Best girl

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8079f4  No.26043

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Lieutenant Arlene Galway, apparently. Although there's a pretty big disconnect between that pic and the original. Actress aged pretty nice though.

f257ca  No.26047


I thought that was a man?

e0250e  No.26048

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So did I

e5e86b  No.26051


The Original Trap?

bf38b4  No.26053


This is the opposite of a trap–it's a grill that looks like a boy. I think they call those dykes.

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51c5bb  No.10267[Reply]

Any weird, ugly or shit starships

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f3ded4  No.26034


>was absolutely no transporters one of their original goals? Because it felt really off and uneven that they had god damn matter to energy teleporters already, yet no force-fields, tractor beams, or quick decontamination processes yet

I hesitate to bring That Show On Fox into the discussion, but at least the writers over there have (thus far) firmly stuck with the "absolutely no transporters for the heroes" rule. It's a smart story decision.

4cdef3  No.26035

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>I hesitate to bring That Show On Fox

Why? It's without a doubt the best /strek/-related media in recent history edged out only perhaps by the swoleverse, leagues ahead of STD, JJTrek, or that crowdfunded Renegades thing. It also funnily enough has more Trek veterans involved in its production than any of the "official" shit too. And MacFarlane himself, for all his flaws, is a genuine fan of Trek and you can see that he put his heart and soul into the series, which is more than can be said for STD or JJtrek.

f3ded4  No.26037


I'm a newfag here, and wasn't sure what the prevailing opinion here on Orville was. I'm thankful that it seems to be a grounded-in-reality, can-recognize-quality one. There's a lot of various trek forums where even mentioning the show results in instaban.

4cdef3  No.26040

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Most of those are the same ones who jerkoff STD. They're just jealous that a fan-made parody manages to stand head-and-shoulders above their shitty BLACKED mary sue, and rather than deal with their insecurity they choose to pretend it doesn't exist.

02f4b6  No.26046


but they did unfortunately add holodecks and replicators, even though the first episode was about a device built to increase agriculture and food supplies

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6f1153  No.15306[Reply]


So in the grand scheme of things Star Trek as a sci-fi series didn't seem to utilise robots and indeed robotics in general all that much in the grand scheme of things.

Why do you think that is?

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8ef846  No.25848

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Oh look its a ancap, point and laugh.

>while economic theory shows

Want to show this theory? How about you look at some real data on unemployment and correlate it with automation.

Oh wait ancaps ignore real data.

How about you think about it for 3 minutes and realize the problem?


Is it once more the classical ancap comedy show where :

1) assume sane communist goals (you must and you are doing this).

2) See that factually and logically capitalism creates insane problems and is impossible for humans with technological progress.

3) Say there is something wrong with this.

4) go completely insane and actually start arguing like you and we are living in a Technate !!!!!!!1111111ONEONEONEONE


Or any other form of super socialism or communism!

5) Actually think capitalism functions like a Technate!

6) Throw away Neoclassical slogans and argue for deregulation.

f98f10  No.25974


If everything is automated then what does everyone do?

97d34f  No.26004


middle managment and quality control the shit robots do. Basically "George Jetson at the button-pushing factory"

6d59dc  No.26044


>sane communist

slow down there bucko

b7f8fc  No.26045


Comparative advantage. Humans specialize in things humans are naturally good at and robots are less good at (even if the robots are naturally better than humans in everything, they can't do everything at once, so specialization is required). Off the top of my head two big ones are creative enterprises—whether it's art in and of itself or functional items made creatively, e.g. mechanical watches—and the customer service industry.

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e50cfe  No.22996[Reply]

To open, the Borg are one of the most interesting things in the Star Trek cannon to me but for that same reason the way they're portrayed just makes me autistically angry about the stupid inconsistencies and just plain out wrong shit in the series.

Professed goal of the Borg: to achieve perfection by adding the perspectives and abilities of all other species to themselves

Inconsistent iterations of the Borg:

1. The Borg is a collective mind

2. The Borg are a collective of networked minds

3. The Borg are meat slaves that serve the Queen

Wrong shit/counterproductive motives that derive from these inconsistent portrayals as well as stand alone problems

A. Obviously the first part is one of the biggest problems, considering that the moral status of the Borg changes with each iteration. For instance: In case 1 from the above the Borg are achieving their goal to some extent and really aren't exactly harming anyone, inasmuch as assumption into a collective mind is not slavery but would rather subjectively feel like a huge amount of extra brain power and ideas being added to your own. Further, due to the merging of the minds in this way the Borg get to make use of drones without moral qualms, in that each individual is simultaneously self-identical to the collective mind and is owned thereby more like a limb than a person. Further, in this model each mind added to the collective is basically immortal, as all minds added have a complete continuity of experience through the collective and thereby, by identity principle, exist even after their original body dies. Additionally, the Borg achieve their goal in part in this scenario as the collective mind becomes more complex and receives new perspectives with each assimilation. In case 2. from the above, you lose basically all the advantages from scenario one and drone use becomes immoral as each mind is an individual still attached to a body. Further, they fail to achieve their stated goal as the collective is made up of a network that does not retain lost input from dead drones. In case 3. from the above the Borg become cartoonish villains and fail their original goal entirely as the QueePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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e4310e  No.26008


according to Voyager, there's a happy magical realm inside the borg collective mind where random defects become individuals in

3a6e1e  No.26028


Never saw it, but I'm going to assume it was the result of the writers watching the Matrix (or possibly Dark City) and thinking that trying to combine that stuff with the Borg hive mind was a brilliant idea… then utterly fucking over that idea, like everything else involving Voyager

9078b5  No.26031


That's pretty damned close, actually.

ac1cc7  No.26032


I remember that one. It was unimatrix 0 or -1 or some shit.

e4310e  No.26038

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also voyager

>drones if they leave the collective will remember who they are and making a new hardwired collective is easier and more permanent then the actual one also th collective mind waves have magical healing powers

>merely turning off the implants that connect drones to the collective will mean that drone will develop independently

>a borg cube can be operated with five drones and also somehow be cut off from the collective

>there's a individual in a collective who controls the collective and it's incompetent as fuck but the borg luv their wafiu

>the borg can't fight a race of pure biological creatures because they can't assimilate them but just altering their nantics sightly will destroy said creature, the borg didn't realize this.

>injecting your self with a mental suppressant will allow you to be an individual still after being assimilated for quite a long time also having a virus in your body will fuck the whole borg collective up to the point of almost destruction.

have I missed anything else?

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97e50b  No.25641[Reply]

Christina Hendricks as Beverly Crusher


also this guy as Picard

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8c3d94  No.25855

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The world doesn't need more porn in it.

159a4c  No.25862


>The world doesn't need more porn in it.

Agreed, it does need better and more kinkier porn though.

f54456  No.25976

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I have a better Wesley Crusher

b3d9c5  No.26006


I doubt they'll be able to afford an actor of that caliber.

97e50b  No.26029

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1a3d8c  No.7642[Reply]

After looking up about this ship class and the history of it, was it actually ever good? For a Frontline Heavy Cruiser the Federation seemed to build hardly any of them considering how many of it's replacement Excelsior Classes they built. Was it a luxury instead of being a serious ship? It always seemed that the Miranda Class was a far cheaper option that could do it's job nearly as well.

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d70bff  No.25772

/r/DsystromInstitute had a theory where the connie was the massivly overbuilt experimental ship with all the massively overpowered toys; and had only a few built.

I'd add to this it was probably thought that 'a few OP ships' would be the fleet, but the feds probably discovered cheaper ships in quantity could do much more and for cheaper. (Compared to a full rollout of Cunnies.)

The class was probably a white elephant after that used for testing experimental starships and the like. The Refit was probably Scotty's doing, and only done to 'stretch' out the techs that were put into it. And that was probably a dissappointment in all areas. (As everything was done better in later Excelesor class ships, save the failure of the transwarp system.)

65f441  No.25805


>Admitting to being a Redditor

41f297  No.25808

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Anon I do hope you know we have to bully you now out of principle?

Besides the theory about the Excelsior being a good design held back by the autism of Starfleet Corp of Engineering is better who wouldn't sign off on an excellent Cruiser design cause "Muh Transwarp" Plus there's also the Constellation Class to consider which is essentially a Constitution that is overly built

52f5ea  No.25816


>Fanboi theory is their shipfu must be super OP snowflake vessel

Yup sounds like a Reddit theory. In reality if you take what this >>24249 nigger said there's actually a fair number of Connies, even if you take canon only you have at least 30 of them. Say the size of Starfleet's capital ship fleet is 600 this does not include all the auxiliary support ships and countless other police vessels you will have which is a fair estimate at the time and 50 of them are Heavy Cruisers that's not a small amount of them. That's 1/12 of your fleet. Keep in mind to this ratio you will likely have around 100 Light Cruisers, 150 Destroyers, a dozen Battleships/Carriers and rest made of Frigates that's a fairly average fleet lineup.

So no I would say the Connie is not some special snowflake vessel and that's where a lot of the appeal about it comes from. It's a run of the mill aging Heavy Cruiser.

c523ad  No.26027



Only thing worse than pointless STD threads.

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eacf35  No.25966[Reply]

Good evening /strek/,

I am the Board Owner of >>>/bmn/ and run the weekly Bad Movie Night stream some of you may have heard about. As you can see in the subject line, /strek/ is invited to join in the celebration stream for BMN's second anniversary.

I hope you will join us this Saturday for a selection of some audience and host favorites from the past year. Six movies and two shorts; some becoming favorites for being genuinely enjoyable, others for being comical train wrecks. The night will consist of fellow kids being battered up, "IF YOU DIE IN THE GAME…", shooting the disco, live action anime, healthy eating and undead beating, calls to the CIA, and regrets of engagement. If you're curious as to what the lineup of the night will be, please see the attached invitation flyer.

Information about the anniversary stream can be found on >>>/bmn/638 .

Also, I figure this board would be a good place to ask for any bad space faring movie recommendations. My stock of space films is low, and I'm always looking to add to my collection. If you have any suggestions, I would be grateful.

Cheers /strek/, have a good night.

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6ad5d2  No.25997

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e80f18  No.26001

caught the last two movies, it was fun as fuck

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268282  No.25474[Reply]

This evolved from a response to a thread that I decided to make its own thread because of how extensive it is.

Why the federation is absolute shit and terrible in all possible ways.

Long live the glory of the Terran Empire.


> fix the Federation

Impossible the federation is systemically fucked and only worked because of plot armor.

Replace it with the Terran Empire, however its no longer the federation.


>Kick out all the xeno trash.


I like the way you are thinking.


1) See


2) Ignoring ST writer ideology making the federation work and trying to portray the Terran Empire as bad (despite the fact that the main federation has more insane juntas then the mirror universe; hell Mirror-Archer was a die hard patriot who only wanted to help the empire and serve it, he got a little greedy by not giving the command of the magic future ship to the idiot who was wrong and tortured him.Its not his fault that his personal whore was a corrupted power hungry bitch and poisoned him and took over the future super ship) as possible we move to the next point:

[To be continued]

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0295e8  No.25764


>because you can't reign in your autism to keep personal politics out of a fictional universe.


>“The allegory is that we really started working on the show in earnest around the time the election was happening,” showrunner Aaron Harberts says.


Oh no no no no no ahahahahaha

>CBS is denying that recent statements by “Star Trek: Discovery” co-showrunner Aaron Harberts imply that the Klingons in the upcoming series are based on supporters of President Donald Trump.

>Last week, Harberts gave an interview to Entertainment Weekly in which he discussed how current events had influenced the tone and direction of the CBS All Access series. Themes related to the show’s depiction of Klingons “are going to help us really look at certain sides of ourselves and our country,” he said.


OP might be an autist but he's not wrong. Gommies on the other hand are always welcomed to free shuttle rides.

cd710e  No.25770


>Impossible the federation is systemically fucked and only worked because of plot armor.

Reminder that Archer himself lived until the 28th century and came to the same conclusion.

5220b3  No.25831


Fun fact

5220b3  No.25832



Fun fact, the post is not even addressing communism only the multicultural government structure of the federation in contrast to everyone else who is a single race space empire.

36935f  No.25996


>The federation is shit because it denigrates humanity as nothing more then another unimportant region of the federation.

Thing is, Starfleet and all the major institutions are human dominated. Federation is basically an empire that destroys the sovereignty of other races but justifies it by calling it "democracy" and "multiculturalism".

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80c174  No.25891[Reply]

>Galactic civilization that only reveals itself to warp-capable species

>implying astronomers would never see the giant space battles with their telescopes.

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6e2833  No.25920

> allowing all civilizations to be exploited by Ferengi and Pakleds before meeting civilized aliens

I don't get this double anthropologist standard, when niggers are integrated into society they are considered equals and members of the same species, yet if a new undiscovered and untouched tribe is found in the amazon, it is somehow unethical to "contaminate" them.

e1d073  No.25922


>much less bandwidth needed to transfer such a large amount

Using a truck would might be the optimal solution regardless of the bandwidth (within reason). It would still take a week even with 10Gb connection.

>Never underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon full of tapes hurtling down the highway.

4e5824  No.25926


>Radio waves actually stop being intelligible after about 0.5 light year,

You know there's multiple cases in Star Trek of two civilizations sharing a Star System right?

3927b2  No.25978


I think the bigger concern is how more species don't freak out as soon as they achieve Warp travel that the Federation is there to snap them up, or after getting what they want from the Federation deciding to leave?

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434d89  No.20468[Reply]

I'm trying to decide to spend the cash on CBS, but it just looks so objectively bad…..

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5f4bd9  No.25927


>It's not as though there's some massive gulf between "Movie Star " and "TV Star" anymore though.

It's true that if someone makes it big with say a popular tv series, they can be just as well known as a "movie star", maybe more nowadays. But there is still that hierarchy that most of these fucks wants to be in movies. For them that's when they know they truly "made it".

>Hell Quinto used to be on TV, so I can't imagine a fifteen minute guest appearance could hurt them that much.

Might be the other way around, those who got into a movie gig may smell the stench and don't want the stink on them. Or they don't want to be seen "slumming it" back to tv.


>Why isn't the ships doctor intervening?

They'd be in the brig for fat shaming in current stardate or some sheeeit.

cf647f  No.25930


>"We've eliminated hunger, want, the need for possessions. We've grown out of our infancy." - Picard

<somehow an obese person managed to become a Starfleet officer

>Why isn't the ships doctor intervening?

The ship's doc is a flaming faggot.

c10284  No.25979


There shouldn't be food replicators on STD unless they've raped the lore of that as well.

7b5db5  No.25989


I think they had chemical based "food 3d printers" that could produce simple meals and raw ingredients that could be prepared into more elaborate food products even in the TOS. All replicators added were ships only needing energy to produce the food (and the ability to make much more complicated meals), instead of storing large amounts of base materials for the food dispensers to work with.

Granted, I think STD did show some sort of fucking energy to matter replication in the first season

cf647f  No.25991

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>I think STD did show some sort of fucking energy to matter replication in the first season

I can't believe someone thought that it was a good idea to waste a ton of money on that CGI shot of an insignificant detail.

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059374  No.25853[Reply]

>already had a black captain

>already had a female captain

>already had a black female slightly transsexual captain

Frankly I'm not sure we have anywhere else to "boldly go" here. Maybe it's time to move on and diversify another franchise? I hear James Bond is hiring…

b5b5d3  No.25911


Now throw in the heterosexual, white male captains and rank them all by competence. Hmmm….

ac11ff  No.25921

> that kid that mimicked data grows up to be starfleet's first trans-android captain

bef6d2  No.25960

They could blow everyone's socks off by focusing on writing goos stories.

6a9c46  No.25965


>idris elba

That guy has no idea how to act but he keeps getting diversity hires.

99afe6  No.25990


>first trans-android captain

an episode where someone starts experimenting with borg tech (just the cybernetics and nano tech, not to hive mind) as a form of human augmentation, as it's not outright banned like gene based technology, and the federation going full on pitchfork welding racist Luddites over it could make for an interesting basis for plot

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