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Do you know what Star Trek & toilet paper have in common?

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They both circle Uranus and search for Klingons.

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That was

by zlitocook In reply to Do you know what Star Tre ...

So funny I forgot to laugh!
What dose a Klingon have for dinner.... any thing that dose not move fast enough!

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That was ancient when I left high school in 1970

by Deadly Ernest In reply to Do you know what Star Tre ...

Who do you support when two Klingons are fighting a death match?

It doesn't matter whoever wins, one dead Klingon HAS got to be an improvement.

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Did you hear about the Borg cube that assimilated 500 Betazoids?

Now they all have an identity crisis as they can sense each other's feelings and spend all day psychoanalysing each other.

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when you were in school?

by vanessaj In reply to That was ancient when I l ...

Now THAT's saying something! Just kidding, Deadly. But thanks for sharing.

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I don't mind saying Born in November 1954

by Deadly Ernest In reply to when you were in school?

Spent the 1960s in school left in November 1970, started work in December 1970 - I completed what they called 4th form then, year 10 nowdays. Since then I have done the Higher School Certificate, year 12 as a private study student - that is studied by myself at home then turned up for the exam. Also done a number of tertiary quals as a distance learning student and some as a home taught student and some as a class room studnet at TAFE - technical college to those from the USA.

PS I'm not a dinosaur, I helped program those suckers.

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Cool.

by vanessaj In reply to I don't mind saying Born ...

I didn't know they had electricity, much less Star Trek, way back then.

I'm kidding of course. Sounds like you are a self-made man. AND it sounds like you have so much experience, too. I find that school has lasted most of my life. I just keep on taking new classes and new courses and having to keep up with new certs, etc.... There's just never an end to it is there?

Well, thanks for your candid reply. (Oh, and did I mention I'm a '62 baby myself? So I'm not too far behind you.) And thanks for the programming early on from which we all now benefit. Kudos.

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Hey! Watch it Van!

by Old Guy In reply to Cool.

I was born in October of 1954. They had just discovered electricty that summer. Besides, I've always said that Star Trek is a history book from the future that was sent back to us to use. :)

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wouldn't that be great?!?

by vanessaj In reply to Hey! Watch it Van!

It would be nice to think so. (Except maybe for the strange outfits...do ya think all the men will be wearing high-waters in the future and all the women will have long slits under their arms?)

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Hey, I may be old but

by Old Guy In reply to wouldn't that be great?!?

I'm not dead. Slits are good. :)

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OG, okay, okay, I surrender on the whole "slits" theme before it gets

by vanessaj In reply to wouldn't that be great?!?

out of hand :)

Can I change that complaint to the "hair"? Have you SEEN the hair on some of those chicks? OMGoodness! The hair is bigger than the heads on these women. I certainly hope that I don't have THAT to look forward to in the future. I just cut all mine off a couple of weeks ago...and it would take another millineum to grow enough back for one of those styles!!!

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Van, just keep in mind

by Old Guy In reply to wouldn't that be great?!?

that "I'm not dead. Slits are good" is as off-color as I will get.

My sister (older) used to have the big hair--think 1960s. I hope that is one thing that doesn't go retro. I was always afraid a mouse or something would run out of their hair. :^0

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