Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by King Daniel Paid CBS Plant, Mar 19, 2012.
toothless hillbillies on Gamma Proxima 33 where
three on one's were considered the highest
numbers to which anybody can count. They
somehow managed to work around this mathmatical
quandary by consulting the ship's main computer
but it was a Commodore 64 and so
they had to wait for the programs
to upload...and that took FOREVER. And
by then they had eaten the "ham."
They all sat around with stomach cramps
braying like mules.
Chekov broke into song.
But it was an old Russian folk
song about cats' hairballs and tuna sandwiches.
It was popular in 20th century Russia
but so was going with your knickers.
And in Soviet Russia, tuna sandwiches eat
goats and caused Chernobyl, and were banned
before the fall of the Soviet Union.
Russians instead ate "woodwiches" with thin wooden
planks for pieces of bread and a
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