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February 7, 2005

Bye bye, Trekkies!

by Feòrag

What does Star Trek have to do with the Tsunami?. Everything, according to Rev. John "Transporter Buffer" Mayfield of the Order Of The Isolinear Temple. In an egregiously cross-posted article, We'll Be Leaving May 13th, he calls on Trekkies to leave the planet.

On May 13th, 2005, after the series finale of Star Trek: Enterprise, we will shed our containers and join our space brothers on their star ships in orbit.

With the ending of the Star Trek franchise, there is no longer any reason for us to stay on Earth. The end of the franchise is a sign the world will soon face apocalyptic catastrophes and will be completely destroyed. We know full well the tsunami in the Indian Ocean was a precursor of future calamities to come. The cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise further solidified our beliefs.

Thousands of us, consisting of Star Trek fans all over the world, will be beaming up our katras to the space brothers star ships as we rise to the level of Kholinar above Earth and travel along side our Heaven's Gate cousins.

So, what can we do to stop this terrible loss to humanity?

The only event which will reverse our decision and the fate of Earth is for UPN to renew Star Trek: Enterprise for the 5th, 6th and 7th seasons.

That last bit makes me wonder if it isn't a candidate for the Intentional Humour category.

Posted in Conspiracies and Intentional Humour at 12:30. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: Red Wolf | February 7, 2005 9:57 PM

I love the way he writes. I especially love that he's thrown down the gauntlet. We reinstate a crap show and he stays or we keep the appalling piece of excrement off the airwaves and he goes. It's a win-win situation.

...we will shed our containers...

Star Trek fans are turtles? Or they just have a penchant for living in shipping containers?

Wax lyrical

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