I think I get it: learn to accept your fate when the Borg hive-mind comes to assimilate you. And also? Do not underestimate the commitment of artsy-and-crafty Star Trek nerds. Yet you can still be the most committed Star Trek fanboy by ponying up $399 for this thing on Etsy. Thanks to pfoinkle for the tip. Find Locutus […]
That’s right. The Star Trek Cookbook. So what’s the featured recipe? NERD CAKES? Ha! … Yeah. That happened. And I apologize. Not for mocking this lamebrained idea for a cookbook, but for the lazy joke. Sometimes the low-hanging fruit is the tastiest, you know? Seriously, though, folks… [waggles cigar] …given what I can see of the […]
Even though I haven’t posted anything for the past couple of days, I know some of you can’t take a hint, so: I’m on vacation! That means blogging and twittering and Facebooking and general interaction with the internets for me will vary wildly between light, sporadic, and nonexistent through January 1st. via But dry those […]
Thanks to a bunch of vintage photographs from the Victorian era and the skills of professional Photoshop ninja Rabbittooth, Star Trek looks even more dated than it usually does. But at least the sets don’t look fake any more.
It’s unfortunate that a compilation of movie clips featuring “blah blah blah” must–by definition–exclude a shout-out to Arrested Development‘s Bob Loblaw. Leave it to Captain Kirk to deliver the most spastic, over-acted performance. Even when compared to an untrained child actor–Judd Apatow’s daughter in the scene from Knocked Up.
Really, Trekkies? First a Star Trek computer interface, and now some Star Trek-style “automatic” sliding doors? This is the best fan-worship you and your electrical engineering degrees can muster? How about a teleporter? Or a holodeck? Or even just a replicator? Guh. You’re as lazy as you are socially inept.« Previous Entries