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(Fox News)   Mysterious energy ribbon found at the edge of the solar system. Captains Kirk, Picard unavailable for comment   (foxnews.com) divider line 110
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2014-02-14 11:21:03 PM
Time has no meaning there. The predator has no teeth.
 
2014-02-15 12:00:14 AM
Dill weed. ...In the cabinet, second shelf to the left, ...behind the oregano.
 
2014-02-15 12:06:00 AM
It was... fun.

/Oh, my...
 
2014-02-15 01:31:43 AM
Something's missing...
 
2014-02-15 01:34:50 AM
Obviously we should attempt a landing on Europa.
 
2014-02-15 01:39:49 AM
This is bad news...for Europa.
 
2014-02-15 01:43:58 AM
Well it is probably better than most cities i've been through...
 
2014-02-15 01:44:55 AM
fta "What is really missing here is our understanding of the physics," Schwadron said,

Is that Best Korean dude back from the sun, yet? We could have hime go take a look.
 
2014-02-15 01:47:27 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: It was... fun.

/Oh, my...


Probe pulled out of orbit too soon, wound up shooting right past Uranus.
 
2014-02-15 01:51:14 AM
client-cdn.crystalcommerce.com
 
2014-02-15 01:58:57 AM
Suddenly you go into the energy ribbon, to find you're living in the most mind numbing and boring perfect world for yourself! Confusing world too, making you wonder if you're supposed to be in a house in France when it seems like an English family? Also how can it be so "perfect" when you still have your Starfleet uniform on, which means you, as well as the "perfect wife and the kids" will be having to re-board the Enterprise-D soon once shore leave is over and the fantasy Starfleet calls you back to duty. In fact the fantasy seems to want to kick you out, because in your fantasy for some odd reason it has exploding tree ornaments that resemble a star's supernova collapse!
 
2014-02-15 01:59:56 AM
img.fark.net
Might as well get this one out of the way early.
 
2014-02-15 02:05:39 AM
Thats also the weird trick I discovered for lowering my energy bills.
 
2014-02-15 02:12:01 AM
There is no farking way in hell either of those men would have a fake "perfect utopia" that was anywhere other than the bridge of the Enterprise (of whatever flavor).
 
2014-02-15 02:12:46 AM
This is all a big trick to get Shatner back into a Trek picture.  Or a Trek TV show.  OH GOD, they're going to do Star Trek 90210!  All the cadets are hot, and Shatner is the Principal.  And every week somebody smokes Cardsian crystals or gets knocked up by a Klingon exchange student.  Ahhh, hell.
 
2014-02-15 02:13:44 AM
So, nothing about how God is punishing Voyager 1 (by feeding it bad data) to punish us for the gays and evolution?

I mean, it is fux snooze. Wasn't there a better link? I mean, really?

/really?
 
2014-02-15 02:14:05 AM
They say time is the fire in which we burn.
 
2014-02-15 02:16:42 AM

sobriquet by any other name: Voyager


You're in dangerous waters using the word "Voyager" in a Star Trek thread.
 
2014-02-15 02:21:02 AM

sobriquet by any other name: So, nothing about how God is punishing Voyager 1 (by feeding it bad data) to punish us for the gays and evolution?

I mean, it is fux snooze. Wasn't there a better link? I mean, really?

/really?


Seriously. I can't take anything they report about science (or anything for that matter) seriously, when they continue to pay Mr. "You can't explain that".

roothog: Haven't you ever seen the first Star Trek movie?
 
2014-02-15 02:24:11 AM
It hasn't been 78 years since the last one though.
 
2014-02-15 02:24:14 AM

Abacus9: roothog: Haven't you ever seen the first Star Trek movie?


That was V'ger

/we don't use that other V word
//suck factor 12
///*ducks*
 
2014-02-15 02:24:55 AM
If it turns out there's an energy barrier at the edge of the galaxy, everyone owes Gene Roddenberry a BIG apology.
 
2014-02-15 02:25:12 AM

Abacus9: Haven't you ever seen the first Star Trek movie?


Oh dear god no. I know which ones to avoid. (I and V in particular)
 
2014-02-15 02:26:10 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Abacus9: roothog: Haven't you ever seen the first Star Trek movie?

That was V'ger

/we don't use that other V word
//suck factor 12
///*ducks*


V'ger was short for Voyager. They found out at the end.
 
2014-02-15 02:27:35 AM
Bridge on the Captain!

/Er, wait...
 
2014-02-15 02:28:21 AM
Not to pour cold water on subby... but the mysterious band of energy that turned people into gods was at the edge of the galaxy, wasn't it?
 
2014-02-15 02:29:13 AM

roothog: Abacus9: Haven't you ever seen the first Star Trek movie?

Oh dear god no. I know which ones to avoid. (I and V in particular)


The first wasn't bad. IV was the worst of them.
 
2014-02-15 02:32:07 AM

roothog: sobriquet by any other name: Voyager

You're in dangerous waters using the word "Voyager" in a Star Trek thread.


Voyager was the best out of the Star Trek series.

There, I said it.

/Janeway FTW.
 
2014-02-15 02:34:24 AM
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2014-02-15 02:34:39 AM

Abacus9: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Abacus9: roothog: Haven't you ever seen the first Star Trek movie?

That was V'ger

/we don't use that other V word
//suck factor 12
///*ducks*

V'ger was short for Voyager. They found out at the end.


YOU BASTARD! I HADN'T WATCHED THAT PART YET!

/seriously?
//*facepalm*
 
2014-02-15 02:39:33 AM
That installment sucked rows of balls.
 
2014-02-15 02:40:06 AM

Gyrfalcon: If it turns out there's an energy barrier at the edge of the galaxy, everyone owes Gene Roddenberry a BIG apology.


If this is waiting at the edge of the galaxy:
classiccinemaimages.com
We all owe Gene a big thank you.
 
2014-02-15 02:44:44 AM
I'd always heard a rumor that Apollo 13 lost an 8 track tape during their difficulties. I wonder.....
 
2014-02-15 02:47:22 AM

DarkSoulNoHope: Suddenly you go into the energy ribbon, to find you're living in the most mind numbing and boring perfect world for yourself! Confusing world too, making you wonder if you're supposed to be in a house in France when it seems like an English family? Also how can it be so "perfect" when you still have your Starfleet uniform on, which means you, as well as the "perfect wife and the kids" will be having to re-board the Enterprise-D soon once shore leave is over and the fantasy Starfleet calls you back to duty. In fact the fantasy seems to want to kick you out, because in your fantasy for some odd reason it has exploding tree ornaments that resemble a star's supernova collapse!


And you may tell yourself
This is not my beautiful house!
And you may tell yourself
This is not my beautiful wife!
 
2014-02-15 02:50:02 AM

Fista-Phobia: That installment sucked rows of balls.


The....first one? How can that be...an installment?
 
2014-02-15 02:50:52 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Abacus9: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Abacus9: roothog: Haven't you ever seen the first Star Trek movie?

That was V'ger

/we don't use that other V word
//suck factor 12
///*ducks*

V'ger was short for Voyager. They found out at the end.

YOU BASTARD! I HADN'T WATCHED THAT PART YET!

/seriously?
//*facepalm*


I wonder why Voyagers always got lost in space?
 
2014-02-15 02:56:19 AM

FirstNationalBastard: I wonder why Voyagers always got lost in space?


Voyager navigation software developer
p2.la-img.com
 
2014-02-15 02:56:25 AM
Yah, the interstellar magnetic field is at a different angle than the sun's. Like the sun's is with earth, causing similar effects. What did they expect?
 
2014-02-15 02:59:03 AM
I liked Pluto.
/Erased
///yelling at oort cloud
 
2014-02-15 03:06:10 AM

Notabunny: fta "What is really missing here is our understanding of the physics," Schwadron said,

Is that Best Korean dude back from the sun, yet? We could have hime go take a look.


I think Japanese princesses have more important things to do.
 
2014-02-15 03:06:11 AM

paradroid: They say time is the fire in which we burn.


I rather like to think that time is a companion which guides us on the way...

/somebody make sure Malcolm McDowell is kept away from missiles kthxbye
 
2014-02-15 03:06:15 AM
Over at the Kerbal Space program we have harnessed the power of Krakens to provide reaction-less thrust to our craft, this might be the result

That, or the V'ger probes are doing some nasty stuff out in interstellar space
 
2014-02-15 03:14:01 AM

lindalouwho: DarkSoulNoHope: Suddenly you go into the energy ribbon, to find you're living in the most mind numbing and boring perfect world for yourself! Confusing world too, making you wonder if you're supposed to be in a house in France when it seems like an English family? Also how can it be so "perfect" when you still have your Starfleet uniform on, which means you, as well as the "perfect wife and the kids" will be having to re-board the Enterprise-D soon once shore leave is over and the fantasy Starfleet calls you back to duty. In fact the fantasy seems to want to kick you out, because in your fantasy for some odd reason it has exploding tree ornaments that resemble a star's supernova collapse!

And you may tell yourself
This is not my beautiful house!
And you may tell yourself
This is not my beautiful wife!


Damn you, I was going to post that!  *shakes tiny Federation fist*
 
2014-02-15 03:21:45 AM

kkinnison: Over at the Kerbal Space program we have harnessed the power of Krakens to provide reaction-less thrust to our craft, this might be the result

That, or the V'ger probes are doing some nasty stuff out in interstellar space


I prefer the power of pure spite.

i.imgur.com
 
2014-02-15 03:24:50 AM

paradroid: They say time is the fire in which we burn.


Try a little Chiasm.
 
2014-02-15 03:27:10 AM

aspAddict: roothog: sobriquet by any other name: Voyager

You're in dangerous waters using the word "Voyager" in a Star Trek thread.

Voyager was the best out of the Star Trek series.


static.fjcdn.com

Red alert!  Red alert!
 
2014-02-15 03:32:50 AM

Torion!: I liked Pluto.


I can't even read or hear the word "Pluto" without the song "Interplanet Janet" running through my head.


Pluto, little Pluto .... *sob*
 
2014-02-15 03:46:42 AM

ciberido: Obviously we should attempt a landing on Europa.


Nuke it from orbit first

ciberido: aspAddict: roothog: sobriquet by any other name: Voyager

You're in dangerous waters using the word "Voyager" in a Star Trek thread.

Voyager was the best out of the Star Trek series.

[static.fjcdn.com image 720x480]

Red alert!  Red alert!


I liked Enterprise.  Seriously.  Especially Subcommander Cameltoe.
 
2014-02-15 03:48:42 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Abacus9: roothog: Haven't you ever seen the first Star Trek movie?

That was V'ger

/we don't use that other V word
//suck factor 12
///*ducks*


Why did I immediately fast tube this?!

Send from my doohickey...

Why did I immediately fast tube this?!

Send from my doohickey...

Wait gotta find my other thingamy...
 
2014-02-15 03:50:56 AM

Deacon Blue: I liked Enterprise.  Seriously.  Especially Subcommander Cameltoe.


I laughed way too hard at this

/I think I pulled a muscle
//and scared the cats
///+1, good sir
 
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