Sorry for the lateness, but I will not, under any circumstances, apologize for the cheesiness. Enjoy.
Bwahahahahaaa! So that explains it…
Better late then never and another fine one posted thanks for the smile on Monday morning
Ha, the raised eyebrow on the female is awesome!
aren’t the red-shirts the ones that always die? Seems to me like the green thing should be calling the shots…i hate myself.
Jul22 Transition through Van Allen took aarpoximptely 30 minutes. In a shielded vessel. Low energy radiation fields beyond Van Allen were passed through in a further 90 minutes. In a shielded vessel. Trajectory chosen by all lunar vessels optimised to minimise time inside the belt. Total radiation exposure for the trip per astronaut worked out to around the equivalent of working with nuclear fuels for a year, or about the same amount of radiation a normal person would receive on Earth in around three years. Van Allen himself refuted any claims that the radiation would be too much to survive. End. Of. Story.
“Comment by Michael on September 8, 2008 @ 10:56 am
aren’t the red-shirts the ones that always die? Seems to me like the green thing should be calling the shots…i hate myself.” Funny thing is I was thinking the same thing when I was reading this comic.
Well… if one wanted to nit-pick, they could also say the emblem (or communicator) is on the wrong side for most of them, the rank pins on the collar is wrong side on the green guy (assuming the chins are covering them up on the Klingon and red-shirt) and the Klingon has his left arm inside the sash/belt/bling/whatever thing.
Still, let’s not nit-pick.
Anti-lol for me. Can’t win them all, I guess.
LOL so freaking funny!
*hugs for Scott*
Great job Scotty! Love it!
didnt even chuckle
That was pretty funny even though its way late >.>
Why is it that I hear that captain-dude from Futurama (Zap Brannigan ?) as the captain in this scene ?
@ Michael – actually red is the proper color for commanding officers starting in “Next Generation”
ROFL! Sad though….O most likely didn’t get the joke, as he knows NOTHING of Star Trek.
I fail as a Damn Trekkie. A Damn Trekkie would know what that sash/belt/bling/whatever thing that the Klingon is wearing is.
Time for overanalysis!
Would any Klingon (that would wear one of those sash/belt/bling/whatever thing) ever do that? Would Botox affect Klingons the same way or would they have an allergic reaction? Why would there be a “ship’s supply” of Botox? It looks like the Botox reduced the “wrinkles” in the Klingon. Isn’t that contrary to what they prefer or was it an unexpected result?
What I found funny is that the red-shirt guy (who acts like he might have some specific interest in the caper) can’t see what’s right in front of him (despite acting like he’s in charge). It causes a contrary situation that we find humorous, and therefor, we laugh.
(I think I read that last line somewhere just before the “expert” wrote a joke that made no sense and wasn’t funny.)
Star Trek needs more aliens like the green-antennaed-cyclops.
Thumbs up for gag and green guy both.
Love the faces of the klingon and the human on this one. Great art.
After TOS the red shirt was for Command officers. Yeloow shirts became the new victims
ni pak kluk tick!
(fake klingon for awesome. I have no idea how to speak Klingon, so I don’t get the hundred thousand bonus geek points)
Nice! It took me a second, but once I got it I woke up the wife with laughter. Now she hates you, Scott
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