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Klingon Weapon Used to Rob Stores

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Magnetic Poles, Feb 4, 2009.

  1. Magnetic Poles

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    This is clearly Obama's fault. I think he gave an interview on Klingon TV or something...
     
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    Anybody who's ever seen Worf use a bat'leth knows how dangerous they can be. Using one for robbery though, is using it without honor. Worf would be highly displeased about this use of his favorite weapon.
     
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    What happened in the fifteen years between the last Enterprise 1701 mission and the first 1701-A mission that changed the Klingons' appearance?
     
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    I think in a way it would be hilarious if a guy was dressed up as a klingon with one of those swords. If I was the one being robbed, I'd probably be too busy laughing to give him any money. Just as long as he didn't have a phaser or a gun.
     
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    Higher production budgets.
     
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