Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by AlboOfBorg, May 21, 2008.
If you're going....to Blue Warp Nacelles...
Be sure to wear...a sombrero on your head
So - I heard that the nacelles will be red in the next movie. Anyone else hear anything?
Explaining Blue Warp Nacelles to a newcomer is a bit like trying to explain quantum mechanics to a kid. You can try. Trust me, you can give it your best. But unless the kid is a gifted savant you'll have to give him lots of time to absorb the information before he gets even the most basic grasp of it all. And even then there's no guarantee he'll understand what the hell's going on.
It's easy: quantum mechanics are mechanics who work on quantums. Next!
Quantums. Like Funyuns. Only more fun. (TM)
Is it possible to eat Funyuns while studying Quantum Mechanics?
In a just world it is.
The only problem with that is the Funyun Uncertainty Principle.
^ Still, it's better than the alternative.
The next time I eat a Funyun, I shall wear a sombrero in honor of this page of the thread.
To whet your appetite:
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Oh wait, wrong thread.
So if we mentioned chorizos, would that also qualify as hot links?
I tip my sombrero to M'Sharak for running a tight ship.
Now...give us our damned Funyuns!!!
I humbly apologize. I will remember to abide in the future, promise!
We're cool, then.
M'Sharak, have you seen this guy's breakfast? He's clearly eating hotlinks.
Arrest this man.
Bah. He may be eating hot links or he may not—the evidence either way is inconclusive—but it is clear he knows naught of chorizo, or he would never have asked the question he did.
So hotlink sandwiches are out of the question, but what about pulled pork?
Those are quite tasty, IMO.
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