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  1. LLJKTechnogeek commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 4 months ago

    Fun fact: #1 on that list actually has historical precedent. Look up “wine bricks” on Google.

  2. LLJKTechnogeek commented on Tom the Dancing Bug over 1 year ago

    Which I suppose answers the classic theological conundrum: “Can God have a CD collection so vast that not even He can rip all of them?”

  3. LLJKTechnogeek commented on Medium Large almost 2 years ago

    I don’t get why Batman’s complaining. Robin’s new suit combines “terrify criminals” and “brightly colored distraction” into a single package!

  4. LLJKTechnogeek commented on Medium Large almost 2 years ago

    Kucinich wasn’t ever a Senator. I will, however, accept either James Inholfe or Bernie Sanders depending on which political orientation you wish to paint as dumb and/or crazy.

  5. LLJKTechnogeek commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 2 years ago

    Everyone who watched the debate lost because we had to experience Jim Lehrer. I haven’t seen a moderator responsible for that big of a disaster since April of 1986.

  6. LLJKTechnogeek commented on Tom the Dancing Bug over 2 years ago

    Geez, 4 million on the volcano lair? You’re slacking, Mitt, every supervillain knows that a GOOD volcano lair runs at least ten figures.

  7. LLJKTechnogeek commented on Tom the Dancing Bug over 2 years ago

    The problem is that you are attempting to satire a mindset that would post exactly what you said with all seriousness. It’s the same problem the Onion has, really.

  8. LLJKTechnogeek commented on FoxTrot over 4 years ago

    Careful there, Bill, you’ll knock over the fourth wall.

  9. LLJKTechnogeek commented on FoxTrot over 5 years ago

    It could also involve the fact that the “warp 10 is the maximum possible speed” rule wasn’t in place until TNG – and even there it was ignored in the future parts of the series finale.

    As with everything else even remotely appealing to nerds, there is a wiki that explains it: http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Warp_factor