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KHAAAAAAAAAN!

(Only available online for 12 hrs, so hurry. Elsewise you gotta head to SDCC.)

Thanks for wasting my time on the Intarnets, [livejournal.com profile] ontd_startrek!!!!
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Someone just posted this to [livejournal.com profile] ontd_startrek and it is so excellent.
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So what does the best husband in the world get us?



Nothing but THE BEST PRESENT IN THE WORLD: Star Trek Eggo.

(And yes, we're totally gonna put them in the Star Wars toaster. Fandom clash yay!)



With 25 (or maybe it's 26, nobody's sure) different images.



ZOMGWTFBBQ it's a Simon Pegg waffle squee!!!!

(Plus that Eric Bana bad guy dude, whassisname.)
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So, what do you do on a romantic summer night on Capitol Hill, perfect weather, just you and your sweetie??

That's right, GO LOOKING FOR STAR TREK FOOD ITEMS AT QFC!!!




Trektacular! )
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[Poll #1406839]
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Lookity! Boneboy gots us the whole teensy bridge crew (plus Spock Prime kinda wandered in)! And they're all starting their day with a tasty and nutritious bowl of Star Trek cereal (with Planet Vulcan marshmallow shapes yay!).

(Though, teensy Harold keeps sneaking out to smoke with EuroStitch. And guess what, they're not smoking the same thing! Also, teensy Leonard Nimoy keeps breaking into my Jenny dolls to try to convince them to take their clothes off so he can take sexay pictures of them. And, teensy Simon Pegg just whacked my remote control zombie with a teensy cricket bat.)
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Your results:
You are Leonard McCoy (Bones)
Leonard McCoy (Bones)
75%
Deanna Troi
75%
An Expendable Character (Redshirt)
60%
Mr. Scott
55%
Beverly Crusher
55%
Data
51%
Jean-Luc Picard
50%
Geordi LaForge
50%
Spock
47%
Chekov
45%
Uhura
45%
Will Riker
45%
James T. Kirk (Captain)
30%
Mr. Sulu
25%
Worf
25%
You are a pessimistic and bitter doctor,
but you are skilled in the ways of medicine and science.


Click here to take the "Which Star Trek character am I?" quiz...



Mr. Tiki took the test too! )

New Trek

May. 10th, 2009 07:54 am
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Herein are reactions to the new Trek movie.

First, my credentials as a Trekkie, which are sterling: I saw most of the original series when it was originally broadcast. Most of you on LJ cannot say this, due to the whole not-being-alive-yet thing.

Below cut to avoid potential spoileration )

Gots to go do some more work on our Stitch Room of Goodness. BTW, any idears as to what to call our Stitch room? Stitchsylvania? The Duchy of Stitchenstein?
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Ooooo! Look what we just gots at QFC!!!!!!



That means....it's pollin' time!!!

[Poll #1395511]

*hearts*

May. 5th, 2009 01:46 pm
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From Mr. Tikistitch....

Renton WA woman sentenced for embezzling

A Renton woman who is five weeks' pregnant has been sentenced to four months in federal custody after pleading guilty to embezzling $41,733 from the Seattle Police Officers' Guild.

Thirty-seven-year-old Tara Mullins was the guild's bookkeeper from February 2003 until her termination in November 2005.

As part of her guilty plea, Mullins admitted to writing fraudulent checks, some from employee-benefit accounts, and depositing them into her own account.

The U.S. Attorney's Office says she also forged a guild officer's signature and transferred money from guild accounts to her online PayPal account, using the money for televisions, and movie and "Star Trek" memorabilia.


To recap: she embezzled. From the police. To buy Trek stuff.
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Thanks to miracle that is TiVo, though a bit to the annoyance of our Not-Much-of-the-Liking-Trek spouse, we this weekend plopped our tiki ass on the couch to view, for what must have been the first time in at least a decade, "Operation - Annihilate!" In case you don't remember, this is the classic Trek episode in which the crew of the Enterprise bravely beams down to a Canadian shopping mall to battle brain-eating creatures that resemble nothing so much as patches of funny comedy fake vomit.

"Operation - Annihilate!" brims with Trek goodness, featuring sufficient hair extensions to lasso Jupiter, plus an early appearance by our favorite bit character, the long-suffering Nurse Christing Chapel. We had not recalled that this segment actually features Captain Kirk's brother (who, unfortunately, doesn't make it past the first commercial break - evidently the powers that be decided one Kirk Boy was plenty).

Anyways, we were just to the part where Mr. Spock is attacked by a particularly aggressive plastic spew monster. He gasps and collapses into Kirk's arms.

And suddenly, we just couldn't stop thinking, "OMG, they are So. In. Love."
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From Mr. Tiki....


Click on the image to see the article

This is the Nautilus - the Titanic one is gorgeous as well. Though, we'll have to admit, we'd have to be pretty drunk to go sit in some of those Trek-themed ones.
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Forwarded from our local Star Wars list:

Jarjar Binks himself

Reply to: XXXX@craigslist.org
Date: 2008-01-04, 6:55PM PST

Bigger than life---at least seven feet tall. This is an amazing piece of history and a must have for the Star Trek junkie. Make offer: Want him gone this weekend.


OK, how the heck do you end up with a 7-foot tall Jar Jar Binks statue and not know what fandom he's from???
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tiki is a cranky girl.

Because, she knows she will have to sit here in the dark and wait patiently for a meeting the bosses scheduled for late enough that everyone else in the building will have already scuttled off for the long weekend, which thus will cause all the automatic motion-sensitive overhead lights to go out, which will make us feel even more stupid.

Then [livejournal.com profile] nitasee posted a link to THIS.

Star Trek. Gorey. Tribbles.

It has filled our day with awesome.

Indulge us

May. 18th, 2007 04:24 pm
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We're too lazy to actually read anything but the Yahoo headlines, so can somebody please 'splain...

OK, so Star Trek Scottie wanted his ashes scattered in space? So, they launched his ashes into space?

But, everyone was upset that they lost his ashes? Wasn't that the point?

And now they've "found" his ashes? Does that mean they're gonna have to be launched into space again?

For bonus points, how many weeks 'til somebody names a band "Scotty's Ashes?"

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