Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by King Daniel Beyond, Jun 9, 2012.
USS Odyssey NCC 2001 ( Yeah there's already one but not with that number)
USS Van Hagar NCC 5150
USS Binary NCC 100101
USS Sensimilla NCC 420
Strangely enough, even I understood that.
I first heard of "420" about 10 years ago and I used to live in Humboldt County!
If your an old ship with hull number XCV 379, you should be the Tolkien...
USS Steven Gerrard NCC 2005
Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
USS Jon Anderson, NCC-90125
(sorry for the rest of the band, but the USS Yes just did not sound right )
USS Jack Bauer, NCC-2424
(dedication plaque motto is one word: "DAMMIT!!!!")
I only know it from an old George Carlin routine. I didn't know what it meant at the time, though - he was talking about things you hear on the AM radio dial and he said "What kind of good stuff are we missing on 420?". I just thought it was an old station that no one ever listened to.
USS Corvette NCC 66
USS Turk NCC-182
USS Oceanic NCC-815
USS Contact NCC-2010 (@ Nerys Myk)
USS Beverly Hills NCC-90210
USS Ramsey NCC-30766
USS Robinson NCC-2468
USS Romney NCC-11612 (yeah right )
You would be correct, sir. My ship is the good ship U.S.S. Trollololol, and it's stops include comic book shops, and Star Trek conventions.
USS Boston, NCC-51513 (for a modern era Starfleet ship)
USS Boston, NCC-617 (TOS era)
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