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Pluggers by Rick McKee for November 27, 2020

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  5 months ago

    LLAP, everyone

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    wiatr Premium Member 5 months ago

    Whereas younger Trekkers know where to sign up.

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    jr1234  5 months ago

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    Caldonia  5 months ago

    I did not know Pluggers were nerds!

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    bblosser Premium Member 5 months ago

    Where HAVE you been????

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    Breadboard  5 months ago

    No classes but you may watch reruns ….

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    Gent  5 months ago

    Starfleet academy? I bearly know what that means.

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    R.R.Bedford  5 months ago

    Starfleet Academy can be reached via Starfleet the International Star Trek Fan Club [SFI] once you pay your 5 usd annual membership, you can begin taking your Academy classes of which there are several dozen Schools comprising several thousand courses.

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    ctolson  5 months ago

    Every time I go where I think no man has gone before, I find a beer can at the base of a tree.

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    tcayer  5 months ago

    On the Denver Post website, his shirt is blue!

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    tcayer  5 months ago

    In a world where you can name a star after yourself, and buy an acre of land on Mars, I bet there’s a place to get a Starfleet Academy diploma.

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    PoodleGroomer  5 months ago

    I bought a locator and signed up for transporter. Tech classes only work with hands-on experience down in the Jefferies tubes.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 5 months ago

    His uniform shows that he has earned the rank of Captain. Do the continuing education requirements reach that high or is he just looking for a fun class to bide his time? I remember my father had to take several seminars/symposia when he was a LtC/Col in the Air Force but that was before online anything. I would think that in the mid 2200s (from the looks of the uniform) Academy classes that are not practical would be offered on-line. As a physician I would probably have a mix of online, classroom, lab, and practical coursework.

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    raybarb44  5 months ago

    Star Trek came out in 1966. Pluggers were born way before that of course. There should have been an on line Academy classes by now….

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    danketaz Premium Member 5 months ago

    gee, where do pluggers go to learn Klingon?

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    oakie817  5 months ago

    you joke, but Space Force is a thing, this could happen

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    Jan C  5 months ago

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!

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    R.R.Bedford  5 months ago

    I have often wondered about the sleeve lace rank on Kirk’s uniform. It suggests Lt. Commander; which in most navies would be the minimum rank one could hold and be the “captain” of a capital ship. Captain being the honorarium given to the commanding officer, his/her actual rank is normally never mentioned by his /her crew.

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    harkherp  5 months ago

    Shouldn’t be a crystal radio said, made from a kit a course, and one of the Captain video rangers?

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