Re: What's the difference between a trekkie and a trekker?
Greg Cox wrote:
The other issue, of course, is that these distinctions are only meaningful to the handful of people who care about them.
Try explaining to most people that, no, you're a "Trekker," not a Trekkie, and they're just going to look at you funny . . . which, ironically, is probably the opposite of what you were going for!
And ultimately akin to squabbling over whether someone is wearing a "cap" or a "hat."
I can't think of anything cleaver. I hope this makes the cut.