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Category: star-trek

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most quoted re "star-trek": other (10), Jonathan North Washington (5), Derek Gulas (3), Nat Budin (3), Matt Sachs (3)

other categories found with "star-trek": weirdness (5), klingonisms (4), geekiness (4), sadness (4), SSSR (3)



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[link] heard: 14 March 2009
[edit] added: 14 March 2009

(18:19:44) jonathan: we'll probably have 1TB flash drives in a couple years

(18:19:56) jonathan: but 1PB is still quite a ways off I think

(18:21:40) T. A. McLeay: hm maybe

(18:21:51) T. A. McLeay: what'd you do with so much storage anyway? :)

(18:22:52) jonathan: put star trek on it

(18:22:58) jonathan: and I mean all of it

(18:23:25) jonathan: well, maybe not Voyager

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[link] heard: 23 April 2007
[edit] added: 23 April 2007

"I'm not like you. I got all these vowels from my parents… and some consonants from these Klingons."

[comment] [rate] 3/5


[link] heard: 17 April 2007
[edit] added: 17 April 2007

"You're not married, and you haven't got a girlfriend—and you don't watch Star Trek? …Good lord."

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[link] heard: 29 March 2007
[edit] added: 29 March 2007

Jonathan: "My favourite translation tool on the internet is to look something up on wikipedia in the source language, and then click the link to the article in the destination language."

Joyce: "Oh yeah, I only ever did that to look up how Star Trek was written in katakana."

[comment] [rate] 3/5


[link] heard: 27 December 2006
[edit] added: 9 January 2007

(03:12:51) [me]: I think they decided the klingons weren't Russian or Chinese enough anymore and had to rethink a new race to fit that type of society

(03:13:07) Derek: yeah

(03:13:21) Derek: they started Russian-Mongols and ended up Vikings

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[link] heard: 1 November 2006
[edit] added: 1 November 2006

"They're called anti-formants, kinda like matter and anti-matter. Except if they meet, there's no explosion. And you can't make a space ship engine with them. You can't travel at light speed by going 'ananana'."

Richard talks about nasals.
star-trek, physics, weirdness, phonetics
[comment] [rate] 4/5


[link] heard: 14 October 2006
[edit] added: 14 October 2006

"Why is it that the Kazakh flag strikes me as Romulan somehow?"

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[link] heard: 22 May 2006
[edit] added: 22 May 2006

"I had this wack dream where somehow we acquired a Soviet starship."

[comment] [rate] 4.5/5


[link] heard: 21 May 2006
[edit] added: 21 May 2006

"It'd be cool to be a Q. I'd dance in a quasar, man. Totally."

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[link] heard: 3 May 2006
[edit] added: 3 May 2006

00:57:59 [aladnsane]: egads! you mean.. WIKIPEDIA MIGHT BE WRONG ABOUT THE SEX LIFE OF A STAR TREK STAR?!?!?!?

00:58:06 [aladnsane]: My faith in the resource is dead.

00:58:24 [aladnsane]: /me hands you a towel to mop up the dripping sarcasm

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[link] heard: 14 May 2005
[edit] added: 4 July 2005

"Worf, you're a Klingon. What's a little genocide in the name of self defense?"

Garak, on Star Trek DS9 - Broken Link
war, sketchiness, cardassianisms, bad-ideas
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[link] heard: 2 March 2005
[edit] added: 2 March 2005

"Four straight hours of Star Trek watching.... I wish that was a euphamism."

[comment] [rate] 3/5


[link] heard: 25 January 2005
[edit] added: 25 January 2005

"I really don't understand people who like opera, and I mean like Klingon opera and Wagner. And yes, I equate those two."

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[link] heard: 25 January 2005
[edit] added: 25 January 2005

Ian: "With slight modifications, the iPod could greatly benefit the blind."

Nat: "With slight modifications, the iPod could be made into a tricorder."

Matt: "With slight modifications, the iPod could be made to be sentient."

Jonathan: "But then how would you know the iPod is sentient and not just the sentience inside?"

Matt: "I'm not allowed to discuss that."

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[link] heard: 5 January 2005
[edit] added: 5 January 2005

"Human bonding rituals often involve a great deal of ... talking, and dancing, and crying."

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[link] heard: 22 November 2004
[edit] added: 22 November 2004

"And they had this story about these two bozos—what were their names? Remus and Vulcan?"

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[link] heard: 7 November 2004
[edit] added: 7 November 2004

Picard: "Everything is impossible until it isn't!"

Data: "Yes, sir."

Picard
deepness, power
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[link] heard: 20 October 2004
[edit] added: 20 October 2004

"The Turks are the borg of the Mediterranean. `Resistance is futile,' you know?"

Arteta, my Spanish prof
turkisms, star-trek
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[link] heard: 26 September 2004
[edit] added: 26 September 2004

oberon: "In one of those tests linked to on Jon's test page, there's a question that asks 'Do you frequently make references to things that you have heard or read?'"

Matt: "No, most of my conversations are smell-based."

Nat: "Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra."

oberon, Matt, and Nat, in reference to Jonathan's test page
philosophy, humanity, star-trek, randomness
[comment] [rate] 5/5


[link] heard: 31 July 2003
[edit] added: 31 July 2003

"Captain, I'm reading bio signs on the planet. To quote Dr. Frankenstein, `It's alive!`"

T'pol, Star Trek Enterprise, Season 2 Episode 20
weirdness
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[link] heard: 26 July 2003
[edit] added: 26 July 2003

Archer: "So, how long was it?"

Malcolm: "I counted 10 seconds."

Archer: "Ten? It was more like 20."

Malcolm: "Respectfully, sir, it was 10."

Archer: "I'm not going to argue with you Malcolm. It was 20. That's an order."

Archer and Malcolm, Star Trek Enterprise Season 2, Episode 3
omnipotence
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[link] heard: 26 July 2003
[edit] added: 26 July 2003

"What if you lose? I'll have to ... socialise with him."

T'pol's great great grand-mother, Star Trek Enterprise, Season 2, Episode 2
vulcanisms
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[link] heard: 25 July 2003
[edit] added: 26 July 2003

T'pol: "I still don't believe in time travel."

Archer: "The hell you don't."

T'pol & Archer, Star Trek Enterprise Season 2, Episode 1
physics, weirdness, time-travel
[comment] [rate] 4/5


[link] heard: 18 July 2003
[edit] added: 18 July 2003

"The universe is a spheroid region 705 metres in diametre."

The Enterprise's Computer (Star Trek TNG, season 4, episode 5) in response to the question "What is the nature of the universe?"
physics, weirdness
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[link] heard: unknown
[edit] added: unknown

"Have you ever fought an idea, Picard? It has no weapon to destroy, no body to kill!"

[comment] [rate] 4/5