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81c8e3  No.6019[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I felt like I needed to get one thing off my chest in regards to Star Trek anons.

I have never watched TOS

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3856ae  No.32331

>>32330

This could also be why she got promoted straight to Vice Admiral from Captain; she was the Evil Admiral archetype personified so there was no need for her to putter around figuring the role out.

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9ba30e  No.32603

>>32330

The difference between good and evil is only how effective their tactics. If you pick a stupid option and succeed, you're a hero; if you pick a stupid option and fail, you're a villain. Hilariously enough, I mostly see Janeway as a female version of Kirk; they both did things their own way, flew off their rocker all the time, and had to be restrained by cooler heads. You wouldn't have called Kirk "evil" because despite everything, he still got the job done. So did she, albeit requiring some pretty serious ass-pulls involving the Borg and time-travel. But then, so did Kirk, or did you forget about the whales?

Also, consider what admirals actually do. It's perfectly rational that they just put her in charge of any small part of the Federation dealing with the Delta Quadrant because she was literally the only commanding officer with experience.

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3856ae  No.32711

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Not sure how shameful this is, but I personally find Data doing small talk hilarious.

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ce816f  No.32715

>>31794

I just called her Seven of Nine and her borg spheres.

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9ba30e  No.32740

>>32715

>Seven by nine

DAMN that's some girth right there.

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9c32e5  No.32556[Reply]

We want the Rick and Morty audience.

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9c60d5  No.32684

>>32678

TAS never fully used animation to come up with wild scenarios that couldn't be done in live action. The scale of that insectiod ship compared to the Enterprise in the first episode of TAS was memorable, then there was that practical joker episode with the rec room when the Enterprise was playing tricks on the crew. Aside from that most of the scenarios don't really leap out to me and I felt a good chunk of those episodes could've been done in the original series if it was never canceled.

I can't think of many TAS episode that I actually liked all that much, either. Maybe The Slaver Weapon? That's about the only one I felt which was worth a watch.

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e938f9  No.32690

>>32675

Couldn't anyone basically scrape this level of animation together these days and call it Start Trekks or something and just have fun with it?

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b4374e  No.32700

They should have done an animated adventures of Porthos.

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4a5efb  No.32732

>>32598

2004 Newgrounds would probably have been able to do a better job.

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1be714  No.32738

>>32668

Because you lost.

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df0ef9  No.30327[Reply]

Congratualtions! I have the feeling he will outlive Picard simply to prove he's the greatest Captain.

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4b5353  No.31073

>>30621

>kiloton-TNT equivalents

That's the real issue here, in order to outbang a conventional nuke you'd need a fucking huge rock. The tsar bomba had a yeild of 50 megatons, that's a 50 million ton rock at 3km/s. Sure, the rock is gonna be going a lot faster than that since it's got the whole distance from the moon to accelerate, but you'd still probably need a rock with a mass of tens or even hundreds of thousands of tons, and then you've got to build something that can launch it off the moon.

It would be far, far easier just to use nukes, and you don't even need to be on the moon to do that.

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148790  No.31159

>>31073

>Far easier to use nukes

Not really. For one thing they cause radioactive fallout which really messes with your ability to occupy the cities you just bombed. An ability to precision-target military installations with large-scale destructive capabilities, that doesn't leave behind radiation is extremely valuable. There's also the whole matter that there is NOTHING THAT CAN STOP a million-ton rock hurtling in from space. A nuclear missile can be detected and shot down, and planes carrying nuclear bombs can be shot down. A giant rock? All you can do is run.

As for the logistics of launching it off the moon, don't forget that gravity is only 1/5th of Earth, and there is no atmosphere to slow it on the way. There's no need to use rockets; a simple mass-driver like a coilgun or railgun will do. So long as you can get it to L1 at around 80,000km above the Moon, even if it's crawling at that point, it'll keep falling back to Earth the rest of the way on its own.

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48326d  No.32725

>>30333

His name is John Flynt

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eb365d  No.32726

>>31159

the radiation isn't really a factor tbh. wear insulted clothing and face mask with air filters and you're fine.

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5839f8  No.32736

>>31159

>there is NOTHING THAT CAN STOP a million-ton rock hurtling in from space

True enough, but for the same reason it's incredibly hard to get it moving in the first place.

The change in gravitational potential energy moving an object from the surface of the Moon to L1 is something like 3MJ/kg.

Say you use a chemical gun. Combustion of H2 with O2 has an energy density of about 16MJ/kg, so ignoring questions of efficiency (e.g. heat loss), you're looking at around 200 kg fuel per ton of rock. An object dropped from the Moon has energy 15 times its mass in TNT equivalent. Together, fuel is worth roughly 75 times its mass in TNT equivalent rock delivery.

The US nuclear arsenal (in theory) could field something like 500-700 Mt of warheads. That works out to the equivalent of up to ten million tons of fuel for your gun. And you have to produce all of this on the Moon. And this ignores the materials required to actually build your guns.

A railgun has efficiencies of, say, 30% at converting electrical energy to kinetic, so that's 10MJ per kg of rock to L1, and thus 670 GJ per kiloton TNT equivalent. In other words, your yield is only 6kt per kt of energy input, and what you pay for that increase with is the massive amount of infrastructure to support many (you need to be able to launch many in a short time, after all) impossibly large guns on the desolate Moon, and the massive power supply they would need.

And launching it aside, think of what it would take simply to carve out a thousand ton rock and move it to the gun!

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e8b643  No.32590[Reply]

What was better: the Star Trek Wars or the Star Wars Trek? Pic unrelated.

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6a1de3  No.32611

The Star Trek Wars. How is this even up for discussion?

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cd2784  No.32713

Star Wars as a whole is the most overrated thing ever and needs to just be ignored already.

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50d716  No.32714

>>32713

Are you retarded? It was good enough to be the death of cinema, that should count for something. The new ones have all been garbage though.

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2f8042  No.32716

Star Gate.

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8675c0  No.32717

>mass migration

>good

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ead2cc  No.32688[Reply]

ANONS:

Does anyone have a copy of William Shatner's 911 call after he murdered his wife oops I mean she accidentally drowned?

I heard it years ago but didn't save a file, and now all the internets seem to have is the transcript, without his shitty acting performance. Thanks in advance.

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a350b7  No.32699

I really don't think he killed her. She was the one he actually loved.

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b32fcd  No.32415[Reply]

personally, I blame Neelix.

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68c8e1  No.32449

>>32415

>What the fuck happened?

She married an Asian. So she was probably already a little nuts.

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4fd28e  No.32451

>>32415

Men age like wine. Women age like milk. Jennifer Lien ages like…fuck, I dunno, warm chicken broth inoculated with tons of microorganisms and stored in the dark at 75 degrees Fahrenheit?

Truly sad. I spilled so much semen to her back in the 90s, before internet porn.

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65da87  No.32630

>>32451

With no salt added for that truly robust flavor after a week or two

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1110cd  No.32636

Too many 🍺

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f9715e  No.32685

>>32415

Well, they only live 9 years, so she looks good for her age.

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2472a8  No.32631[Reply]

Some say the OG Star Trek was better, others say the Next Generation was good. They are both plebeians. Star Trek: The Pepsi Generation was the best.

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bd0582  No.15576[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I thought I would start a general porn dump thread, but some of these lewds are so hilarious I feel this is going to turn into a thinly veiled comedy thread.

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4afbe9  No.32513

I always enjoyed the idea of an illicit holo porn trading ring where simulations of people who didn't consent to their likeness being used are sold. Always fun to think of where the moral and or legal line would be drawn in a liberal utopia like ST.

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fbe45d  No.32515

>>32513

Quark dabled in it on DS9

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533039  No.32517

>>32489

>Mirror Ezri is actually potty trained unlike her prime universe counterpart

>She is just made to wear diapers and given so many punishment enemas she may as well be incontinent.

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4afbe9  No.32528

>>32515

Yep. Kira was mad as fuck.

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05aca5  No.32538

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>>32517

Mirror Garak has been through some shit. He deserves his very own Ezri with increased smugness, to make it even more satisfying to work out his anger and stress on.

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bc1546  No.32363[Reply]

I held on watching this for the longest time thinking it would simply be inferior to TOS, but I think it surpassed it in some ways. I assume it's been talked about on this board before, but I felt like bringing it up, it shows how hard STD has failed when a kickstarter does a better job than them.

The writing is on par with TOS, but without any of its lows, STC manages to keep a certain level of quality with its writing, never really sinking to the abysmal lows of episodes like "The Alternative Factor" in the original.

The casting choices are decent, I was suprised they got Scotty's son to play the role of Scotty, he actually nails the role, likely because of him being the son of the original. The guy playing Kirk actually grows into the character overtime, same could be said for McCoy's actor. With Spock, I'd say it's the weakest link, but that's only because it's a high bar to reach.

The sets and so on are pretty much on point, I was suprised they didn't just use the original sets, but after all these years since TOS, it'd be unreasonable to think they'd still be usable.

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687858  No.32499

>>32498

There's a revolving door of /leftypol/ and redditor retards who wander their way into here and make stupid posts before getting scared away by the cardassianposting. It's an unfortunate consequence of normies adopting the "star trek is socialist utopia" meme.

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fba3a0  No.32506

>>32363

So I watched this shit, and I like Vic, but damn that dude needs to learn how to speak in a lower register. I thought he'd at least try to mimic the way Captain Kirk talks but he still sounds like a massive homo, I'm sorry to say. Anyone have any idea why he's like this?

>how, with the increasing mainstreaming of anime in north america, have these voice "actors" not been displaced and replaced with actual trained, talented actors from the mainline cartoon industry?

Because dubbing Anime is made on a massive budget. These people who run these companies realize that all they have to do is hire voice actors. That's it. They're penny pinchers. So the logical follow through is that they don't hire better actors who are more expensive.

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433f3e  No.32508

>>32373

50 tumblr cucks accused him of lerape but quickly one of the women involved defended him and the lolcows accusing him are being torn a butho in court atm. the blog accusing him was deleted too.

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5c973d  No.32516

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>>32498

>>32499

I really confused. What makes me come off as a tumblrite? Hating Vic? Most people that aren't teenage girls hate Vic. He gets at least one proposal from a young girl at every con. Does defending him despite not liking him make me a tumblrite? He's a prideful obnoxious douchebag, but he's not guilty of any kind of sexual harassment. It's not his style.

Either way, I'm definitely not from /leftypol/ nor reddit. I've been here since /strek/ won the first attention hungry games, and am actually one of the more active cardassianposters.

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29fe1d  No.32527

haha you are all shit niggers compared to vic. He has massive career. u r angry troll w a big belly. GG faget

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899f9e  No.31526[Reply]

Messy Desk Interactive, the people behind Stage 9 (the VR version of the Enteprise D that got C&D by CBS) are working on a VR version of The Orville.

So far it looks pretty good.

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5129a2  No.32518

So we going to play this or what?

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ec390e  No.32520

>>31538

I wasn't expecting my shoop to end up everywhere on the internet.

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5ff201  No.32521

>>31538

Check the guy from the camera crew saying they'll be using this as a tool to plan shots.

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99da66  No.32522

>>32521

Not surprised. Tools like these must be invaluable.

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7baa22  No.32524

>>32520

When the memes flow, they flow swift and strong. Conglaturations.

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e52be4  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.

>>20401

> 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.

>>20415

>Kick out all the xeno trash.

>>20439

I like the way you are thinking.

>>20442

1) See

>>20454

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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6d081c  No.32484

>>28555

>Do something totally indefensible

<It's fine though because I was acting on the [completely retarded] values my gay government was founded on [presumably values such as "if your enemies kill your countrymen, you win"?]

And a more apt analogy for a mixed society than peas would be mashed potatoes mixed with a load of diarrhea, so eat up cuck boy.

>>27119

>It's not a plothole because the writers would rather sidestep it than address the plothole

Right

>>26369

The military is seen as a very distinguished and respected institution in America; the white working class is way overrepresented (along with Amerindians) in the military and jews way underrepresented, the white working class must be ruling America with an iron fist.

>>32192

Why compromise between these two retarded non-starters when a great example of a galactic empire is right there in the Klingons. Their system is somewhat handicapped in that they're retarded space niggers who always jump to rash conclusions but the foundational premise of their foreign policy is morally and pragmatically unimpeachable:

1) There can be military alliances and cooperation with foreign powers so far as it benefits the people of the empire and no further

2) No foreign influence on the governance of the empire is tolerated, our worlds are our own and if you don't like how they're run you can deal with it or we can smack your shit.

3) The traditions of the empire are to be respected and foPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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55cd8d  No.32490

>>32484

>who always jump to rash conclusions

At what point do they do this, besides when egged on by changeling infiltrators? Whenever Worf jumps to a "rash" conclusion in TNG, he's almost always right. Just think about how many shenanigans the Enterprise would have avoided if they just listened to Worf once in a while when he suggested going to Yellow Alert, or raising the shields?

Related to this, the Klingon intelligence network seems to be borderline prescient the few times we see it in action. As other anons have mentioned before, when Sisko asks Martok about intel on the Maquis cloaked missiles, he's able to just pull out a datapad and get that information in seconds. In TNG's 'Reunification,' a lowly BoP captain know's about Picard's secret mission to Romulus. The Klingons are the single most competent empire in Trek in almost every way, but they've managed to obscure this fact from everyone else using God-tier meme magic; no one pays them any mind because every Romulan, Cardassian, and Feddie citizen have it ingrained into their head that Klingons are just a bunch of lovable brutes with a penchant for honor.

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34570c  No.32494

>>32409

>What if Star trek is the prequal to Warhammer 40k?

The Culture is.

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326194  No.32501

>>32484

While I do agree strongly that the Klingon model for foreign policy is ideal for any state, that's only one aspect of governance. Domestic policy, the institutions of government, the rights and duties of citizens, all that also needs to be considered. As we've seen in many episodes, the Klingon High Council is not an ideal governing body, as the political climate encouraged by their laws and traditions tends to lead to bloody feuds between houses, sometimes escalating into full-blown civil wars, with the Chancellor being basically powerless to address these issues before they become a problem. Both Star Trek and history show that aristocratic cliques having total control of the government is a shitshow a majority of the time.

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8b34ff  No.32502

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>>32442

Yes, I remembered something along those lines, but not the specifics, thanks. Haha my therum holds weight.

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6135c1  No.32250[Reply]

I have only ever watched TOS, TNG, and VOY because that's what they rerun on BBC America.

Is seeking out DS9 and ENT worth it? I heard the DS9 cast hate each other.

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3dbd68  No.32438

I agree and then when they added worf to the crew that was a really good idea it gave them so many more story options with all the klingons and dax and all of that

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8da79b  No.32439

DS9 was confused in it's last season

The whole "Emissary" Sisko thing petered out and was at odds with the Changling Dominion war plot line.

The Emissary arch ending looked tacked on as was put there in service of the Changling Dominion war plot line.

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b976cd  No.32441

>>32437

That's true, but even S1 could-be-TNG plots have a DS9 spin to them. For instance, take the Babel episode. If something like that happened in TNG, the bad guys would have been Cardassian, and that would have been that. But in DS9, the cast assumes it was the Cardassians, but they turn out to be wrong, and it was an extremist Bajoran sect who were responsible.

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a1dc38  No.32460

>>32441

>it was an extremist Bajoran sect who were responsible.

Like everything is.

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65dd0f  No.32483

>>32261

I unironically would watch Threshold or Kazon episodes over anything in STD.

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File: 79bcabcc1564b53⋯.png (700.37 KB, 692x530, 346:265, vulcan ferengi hybrid.png)

f6eede  No.32281[Reply]

Are Vulcans and Ferengi reproductively compatible? Suppose a Vulcan long-range expedition picked up a Ferengi female stranded in a crash or something, and one of the crew went into Pon Farr. (Alternatively you could Tuvix 'em up).

What would a half-Vulcan half-Ferengi look like? Giant pointed ears? I'm surprised I found this picture, but somehow I imagine more going on than that. Would it be strong like Vulcans or weak like Ferengi? Split the difference? How would Vulcan telepathy integrate with their 4-lobed brains?

Both races are exceptionally smart; they'd be killer at math. What do you get when you cross the Rules of Acquisition with the Teachings of Surak? Vulcan discipline with Ferengi business savvy?

I feel like the only think keeping these half-breeds from dominating the galaxy is the combination of their cultural differences.

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e61ad7  No.32435

>>32414

Wolf of Ferengiar?

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09a2ad  No.32444

>>32433

>First is the latinum part; since it's a commodity money, they can only devalue it by refusing to use it, but the impact of even a large portion of the Ferengi refusing to trade can't do too much to the value since so much of the galaxy uses it.

That's a fair point, and I'm not an economist, but couldn't you affect the value of a commodity currency by people refusing to use it in favour of other forms of exchange? Maybe there's a move to a more barter based system, or possibly even Ferengi Crypto Currencies tell me that wouldn't be beautiful to watch if it was well written and researched

>If anybody's pushing the reforms, it could only be the richest Ferengi

Now that is something I hadn't considered, makes all the sense though. Thanks for pointing it out. You could still get a small guy revolt among the Ferengi though, BigMcLargeCo (TM) still needs customers and employees after all - and while they have offworld, non-ferengi, clients those would start to evaporate once they started missing orders due to lack of labour at the factories back home (and even a Pakled would think twice before taking a job for a Ferengi boss when there's any other choice and the Ferengi is starting to hemorrhage money anyway).

>>32435

>Wolf of Ferengiar?

Maybe less board room shenanigans and more of a ground up AnCap revolution.

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700631  No.32445

>>32358

even when robot chicken makes fun of something I like it's not funny

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4f7ada  No.32461

Would a Vulcan Ferengi Hybrid charge for spankings?

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09a2ad  No.32465

>>32461

Are you talking about them spanking you or for you spanking them? I don't think they'd be interested in the first one (they're not Romulans after all) and depending on whether the Vulcan side or the Ferengi side was stronger in their cultural upbringing they'd either love being spanked too much to charge you, or gouge you for every strip of latinum you would pay, on a per spank basis.

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fbda41  No.32249[Reply]

Proud and faithful denizens of this board, Legate Nigger has abandoned us. I know it's hard to hear, and I'm certain it breaks your heart to hear it just as much as it does mine, but fear not. In the interest of maintaining order and discipline on this board, I petitioned our benefactors to allow me to administrate it. They, being excellent judges of character, saw no reason to deny me this request, and freely handed control of the board over to me.

Now, I'm sure you're wondering, "Is he going to shake things up?" and I answer you, " Not in the least." Embrace the change.You will find that for the most part, things will continue to go on just as they have. Legate Nigger had a rather hands off moderation style, and I intend to have one as well. One thing I do promise you, is that the report queue will be checked much more regularly, and reports will be dealt with appropriately. I also think we should partake in the Attention Hungry Games once again, so that the users of all the other boards can see the glory and might that makes /strek/ such an amazing board.

I will leave this thread open for you to express any concerns, ask any questions, or to just shitpost.

This I vow with my life's blood, for my son, for all our sons

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22f6c3  No.32359

Tailor, what do you think about changing the "anonymous" moniker to "redshirt", or a similar setting-appropriate name?

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fbda41  No.32362

>>32359

I'll think about it, but don't get your hopes up. I'm not a fan of changing things just to change them. If you can convince me it will bring more genuine /strek/kers to the board I'll do it.

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22f6c3  No.32365

>>32362

That's fair. I doubt it would bring new /strek/kies to the board, it's just a way to differentiate our little corner of autism from all the others, similar to what the "Not Suitable For Worf" custom spoiler does.

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3a7d34  No.32367

File: a8b3f44d499f339⋯.webm (745.3 KB, 768x576, 4:3, I prefer Gul.webm)

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4135db  No.32454

File: e45f47ab39273a2⋯.jpg (129.69 KB, 1010x568, 505:284, e45f47ab39273a2d7c72518d9d….jpg)

>Legate Nigger has abandoned us

i haven't posted in a while but that doesn't mean i'm not here, i was about as dead as the board

anyways, can't login to my mod account anymore so i guess that's that

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File: 6def273807a0c87⋯.jpg (18.89 KB, 330x442, 165:221, 330px-Fernando_de_la_Rúa_c….jpg)

6f80d6  No.32303[Reply]

The guy who played Picard in the Star Trek porno has died.

RIP.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fernando_de_la_R%C3%BAa

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364cb7  No.32313

>>32303

Your post is bad, and you should feel bad.

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