The IT workers of Star Trek
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Captain, did you remove the USB drive without ejecting again?
Yes, that’s still what that little blue thing is.
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No, it's not a paper jam
We haven’t used paper in over 100 years.
Thanks for calling Starfleet. How can I help you?
You changed your tricorder language to Klingon? Again?
Yes, your coms are being received
He’s just ignoring you.
Do you know what he asked me?
He asked me if the new version of OSX would allow us to transport at warp speed.
Yes, the food replicator is working just fine
But then again, I’m security, so, maybe it isn’t.
There are tribbles reproducing in the transporter room?
Well I can’t imagine why that would be an enormous problem.
Sir, I think the Starfleet Twitter has been hacked again
Someone is tweeting about a Ferengi escort service.
No, this isn't Scotty...
And I’m afraid we can’t beam you into the transporter from 16 lightyears away.
Just a few more security questions before we can access your account
What are the galactic coordinates of your home planet?
You're stuck in the turbolift?
Did you try selecting a destination?
Your tractor beam is malfunctioning?
Ma’am, I think you’re looking at the control panel upside down.
On the phone with a Vulcan
He told me my tech support advice was highly illogical.
Yes, you're welcome
You live long and prosp —- great, he hung up.
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