Hello! I am former Deviant Shadowkey39. LONG LIVE THE DARK SIDE!!! I found it necessary to change my identity when I forgot my deviantART password and my Hotmail password. So I changed it and am now Shadowkey392. My OC's (Kylar Vento and Kaituus) are the same, and now I am introducing a third: Agent Shadowkey!
So, I don't know if you've heard, but Paramount and CBS recently dropped a set of guidelines for what Star Trek Fan-Films can do: http://www.startrek.com/fan-films
I'm sure you can see the big problem with them.
They pretty much kill every single Star Trek fan-film ever. And every single Star Trek fan-film which anyone might ever want to make. For example: Star Trek: Horizon. It's supposed to have a sequel. But now, according to these guidelines, it can't happen. In fact, CBS has already gotten in touch with the man responsible for Star Trek: Horizon and has advised him against making the sequel (http://fff.trekbloggers.com/2016/04/20/cbs-s
Alright! First good news to come from all this! As of last night at 9:45 pm, the evacuation order for Lac Ste Anne has been lifted and people are now allowed to return to their homes there. That fire is still burning, but it is now under control. However, the fire south of High Level is still raging out-of-control, and the evacuation order for that area is still in place. They are now saying that the fire started at the Norbord Inc. Industrial Yard, which produces oriented strand board. Fortunately High Level itself is currently out
I don't know how many people are paying attention to Alberta's apparent fire problem, but it's a pretty big one: there are now FIVE individual forest fires burning: there's the one which is currently putting Fort McMurray to the torch, there is one menacing Lac Ste. Anne and area (there's a mandatory evacuation going on there, just like in Fort McMurray, and if I could get above the trees around my house and look, I would see the smoke from it (I live just north of Stony Plain Alberta, not too far away from Lac Ste. Anne), there is one burning along highway 881 from Fort McMurray (caused by an explosion resulting from a fatal collision betwee