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WANT.

My inner nerd CRAVES these.

(OK, so I don't have an inner nerd. My nerd is pretty much an "outie." But I still NEED these.)

And who's been messing around in my subconscious to construct THIS?


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Geez, who has time to waste... (Below threshold)
Paul Duffau:

Geez, who has time to waste looking at FOUR pages of this stuff...

...that said, given the news out of LA this past week, Harry Mudds girls on the page 4 is pretty funny.

Paul Duffau:Yeah, th... (Below threshold)
cirby:

Paul Duffau:
Yeah, that one actually made me laugh.

where are the tribbles? <... (Below threshold)
MF:

where are the tribbles?

where are the tribbles? ... (Below threshold)
Paul Duffau:

where are the tribbles?

Swingtown.

Well, I have a link somewhe... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

Well, I have a link somewhere to a site that you could use to generate posters like that if you had a jpg saved on your hard drive. I'll continue looking for it and post it later.

Yes, the HM's Girls poster on pg 4 made me laugh also.

Jay, I like STAR TREK too. ... (Below threshold)

Jay, I like STAR TREK too. But my inner self craves things like the $9000 Piaggio MP3 90mph 3 wheeled motorbike to add to my collection of other bikes I own. STAR TREK is cool. But driving a motorbike is a toy for the big boys.

By the way, what's with those spacesuits that they wear in some STAR TREK episodes that look like they've been sewn from shower curtains and open under the neck. From one look you can tell those suits must work real good.

LOL!"Chuck Norris ... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:

LOL!

"Chuck Norris used to have a symbol, but he kicked it in the face!"

Thanks for the Star Trek link, too. :)

Here is a great link with a small history of the connection between the red uniform shirt and "expendability":

"Redshirt is a term used by fans and staff of Star Trek to refer first to the characters who wear red Starfleet uniforms, and secondly to refer to those characters who are expendable, and quite often killed off, sometimes in great numbers."


In addition to the shower... (Below threshold)
MF:

In addition to the shower curtain clothes I remember the ladies wore some pretty 'racey' outfits for back then. Some of the other clothes just looked very uncomfortable.

Paul: me too about the motor bike. Ladies like their toys too.
My 'dude' got a mc in over 10 years ago and I ride with him. But I got me a scooter for my bday this year and love it. I started a craze at work.

The very first Star Trek in... (Below threshold)
Jason Author Profile Page:

The very first Star Trek inspiration poster is the best. Not only is it hilarious and true, but it can be used to great effect in online discussions.

The last one about the slash stories is weird, though. Why would Star Trek fans write stories about painfully obvious stunt doubles rolling around on the ground?




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