Every time I think that the guys over at SceeneShoes have run out of ideas for more geeky braziers, they come up with another. Previously, we had some Nintendo and Pokemon bras, followed by a TMNT bra, and then an Xbox 360 controller bra.
Since there aren’t any Star Trek The Next Generation episodes or movies being made, Paramount wanted to trash the set. A group of Trekkies is not going to let that happen. They took the old tattered pieces they were chucking out and have decided going to restore the whole bridge.
Here’s your chance to be the Picard, Kirk or Janeway of your own USS Enterprise. It’s not a high tech starship, just a small remote-controlled plane, but let’s face it: if you suddenly found yourself on the NCC-1701-D, you and everyone in your crew might as well be wearing red shirts.
A neuroscientist from New York named Dr. Sheila Nirenberg apparently has made a medical breakthrough that allowed her to restore sight to blind mice. Now these mice can see how they run thanks to the nonsurgical procedure.
If you absolutely have to join the collective of two and get married, you might as well go all out and have a wedding cake that features a starship battle over top of that fondant. Remind yourself that Wolf 359 is where the Borg battle took place, and don’t Wolf it down as fast as you can, 359.
Did that headline get your attention? Good. You have proved that you are a geek male with a pulse. Poison Candy Latex (on Facebook) has created a new line of pop culture latex clothing which will be launching at Montreal Comic Con 2012, which is from September 14 to 16, 2012.
NASA is milking the coming landing of the Curiosity rover for all it’s worth with numerous videos to get people excited about the Rover landing on the surface of the red planet. The nuclear powered Curiosity Rover is set to touch down on the surface of Mars, if all goes well, at 1:31 AM EDT on August 6, 2012.
If Spock had eight arms he could have done several jobs on the Enterprise bridge at once instead of just being Science officer. This seems like the next logical step in Vulcan evolution anyway. First you master emotions and the mind, then you grow several more arms so that you can work more efficiently.
So you are aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise on a five year mission and you beam down to a planet to do some geological studies, when suddenly Trelaine aka The Squire of Gothos, turns everything on the planet into LEGO creations.
It has been about a year since Hasbro launched its own LEGO-style building sets under the name brand KRE-O. The first of those kits Hasbro offered were Transformers themed. The toy maker is back with a new line of KRE-O building sets that are officially licensed Star Trek kits, based on the J.J.
Check out this 36″ tall plush Spock. It is a highly logical purchase, despite the fact that he looks awkward being so tall and skinny. So what would you do with a 3-foot-tall Vulcan? I have a few ideas.
Sure you can always buy an expensive replica of the Enterprise or a cheap toy to hang from your ceiling and that’s cool, but this Star Trek mobile classes things up a bit. It’s the Enterprise and it is also a work of art at the same time.
Marriage. The Final Frontier. These are the voyages of holy matrimony. Are you a Trekkie who wants to get engaged to another Trekkie (or Trekker?) It takes more then just treating her like a helmsman and saying “Engage.”
When I was a kid, I always wanted one of those communicators from Star Trek just so I could flip it open like they did on TV. I eventually got one of the toy ones, and when I grew up, I finally got a real communicator – when the cellphone came along.