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Old September 6 2008, 07:35 AM   #16
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Re: Building the Tumbler from Batman Begins/TDK

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Amazing stuff. But, he needs to build a second one if he wants to get that bridge working. My dreams of a real life Batman must come true!
that would be one sweet youtube video of two tumblers driving over river. maybe he used this as a small reference
500HP Chevy Small Block + 5000# = 220MPH, sure why not?
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Old September 6 2008, 12:19 PM   #17
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Does it drive?
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Old September 6 2008, 02:31 PM   #18
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Re: Building the Tumbler from Batman Begins/TDK

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Quickly, someone start getting Enterprise blueprints out. We need to start construction, we can't be outnerded by Batman fans.
Easy, you build a working Type-II phaser and then disintegrate his tumbler
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Old September 6 2008, 05:31 PM   #19
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Does it drive?
Yeah, it's supposed to. I think he said he has yet to drop in the engine, but it'll be there.
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Old September 6 2008, 07:11 PM   #20
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WOW!

Quickly, someone start getting Enterprise blueprints out. We need to start construction, we can't be outnerded by Batman fans.
Easy, you build a working Type-II phaser and then disintegrate his tumbler
True, but the impression an Enterprise would make would be incredible. Besides, she will have not just one working phaser, but an entire phaser array!

I'll start construction on the warp core. Let's see, some 2 x 4s, aluminum foil, a clothes hanger....some anti-matter....
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Old September 6 2008, 08:02 PM   #21
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^Don't forget the dilithium crystals.
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Old September 6 2008, 09:15 PM   #22
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Quickly, someone start getting Enterprise blueprints out. We need to start construction, we can't be outnerded by Batman fans.
Easy, you build a working Type-II phaser and then disintegrate his tumbler
True, but the impression an Enterprise would make would be incredible. Besides, she will have not just one working phaser, but an entire phaser array!

I'll start construction on the warp core. Let's see, some 2 x 4s, aluminum foil, a clothes hanger....some anti-matter....
Then the Star Wars fans will get on us and build a Super Star Destroyer. We should build the V'ger first.
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Old September 6 2008, 10:15 PM   #23
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Easy, you build a working Type-II phaser and then disintegrate his tumbler
True, but the impression an Enterprise would make would be incredible. Besides, she will have not just one working phaser, but an entire phaser array!

I'll start construction on the warp core. Let's see, some 2 x 4s, aluminum foil, a clothes hanger....some anti-matter....
Then the Star Wars fans will get on us and build a Super Star Destroyer. We should build the V'ger first.
And if they complete the Death Star first, then what?
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True, but the impression an Enterprise would make would be incredible. Besides, she will have not just one working phaser, but an entire phaser array!

I'll start construction on the warp core. Let's see, some 2 x 4s, aluminum foil, a clothes hanger....some anti-matter....
Then the Star Wars fans will get on us and build a Super Star Destroyer. We should build the V'ger first.
And if they complete the Death Star first, then what?
We build a Tardis, go back in Time and stop them from building it.
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True, but the impression an Enterprise would make would be incredible. Besides, she will have not just one working phaser, but an entire phaser array!

I'll start construction on the warp core. Let's see, some 2 x 4s, aluminum foil, a clothes hanger....some anti-matter....
Then the Star Wars fans will get on us and build a Super Star Destroyer. We should build the V'ger first.
And if they complete the Death Star first, then what?
You don't really think the Death Star can beat V'Ger, do you?

I think we're far off topic now
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Old September 7 2008, 11:30 PM   #26
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And if they complete the Death Star first, then what?
we post sign up sheets for anyone that can shoot womprats from the back of they're T16.

Actually we should be more worried about the browncoats constructing the serenity.
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Old September 8 2008, 01:21 AM   #27
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Then the Star Wars fans will get on us and build a Super Star Destroyer. We should build the V'ger first.
And if they complete the Death Star first, then what?
You don't really think the Death Star can beat V'Ger, do you?
No, but if V'Ger's still under construction...

And I just realized something: what about us poor ones with divided loyalties? Fans of "Star Wars" and "Star Trek"? Are we just left to be caught in the crossfire?
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And if they complete the Death Star first, then what?
You don't really think the Death Star can beat V'Ger, do you?
No, but if V'Ger's still under construction...

And I just realized something: what about us poor ones with divided loyalties? Fans of "Star Wars" and "Star Trek"? Are we just left to be caught in the crossfire?
no . . . we'd just get help from the Vorlons
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