"Star Trek has a common goal, to do good and help others, as well as explore unknown worlds! Users can amass credits through particular actions (for instance, opening an account can give you 10 credits, uploading a profile pic earns you three and checking in daily scores you five, while other actions cost credits to complete (like sending a private message or adding your profile to the "Hot List" — presumably, a feature that lets your profile be seen by more users than usual.
Later this week, Guinness Book of World Records are expected to confirm that fans managed to break the record for the largest gathering of Star Trek characters at the event by amassing 1084 people dressed in full Star Trek costume."But these sites are owned by large companies and certainly not dedicated to Star Trek fans," Gough explained."They are what's known as affiliate dating, whereas the company owns many dating websites and when you join you're featured on all of their sites." What's more are the continued efforts to update and improve Star Trek Dating, like the "site overhaul" the site had in the summer of 2015, followed by "a completely new site" that was launched in October of last year.So there: I could have been a Trekkie, just as Marlon Brando could have been a contender.But my tastes altered, I’m afraid — although even now I try my best not to cite Dr Johnson’s observation that the lad does not care for the child’s rattle and the old man does not care for the young man’s whore, before breakfast, it not being, I suspect, the core mission statement of our larger film corporations.