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Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Obama Is Just Another "Grup"

 
Obama's coolness factor has just dropped on Miri's homeworld! Miri [ 1, 2 ] and the rest of the "Onlies" have decided that Obama's speech was just another adult "foolie", and it proves that Obama is just like the rest of the "grups".

 

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13 Comments:

At Wed Sep 09, 05:38:00 PM, Blogger Seeing Eye Chick said...

My Least Favorite Episode of Star Trek. It was like Children of the Corn in space.

 
At Wed Sep 09, 06:22:00 PM, Blogger Fran said...

Seeing Eye Chick is so right, but honestly, your reworking of the story is completely redemptive!!

My take is this - if Obama can get kids to share, he is not a communist operative, he is a god. Kids have had trouble sharing since the dawn of time. That's how we got all the cool kids on Wall St and in the GOP!

 
At Wed Sep 09, 06:28:00 PM, Blogger Darwin's Dagger said...

Those kids were the scariest, creepiest enemy James T. Kirk ever faced. Of course it didn't help that the rest of his enemies were made out of Papier-mâché.

 
At Wed Sep 09, 07:44:00 PM, Blogger Tengrain said...

You mean in the 25th century (whatevs), kids played Cowboys and Indians ?! We didn't do that when I was growing up (which was decidedly not the 25th Century)

Regards,

Tengrain

 
At Wed Sep 09, 09:44:00 PM, Blogger Major Mel Funkshun said...

Bonk-Bonk on the Head!!

 
At Thu Sep 10, 12:25:00 AM, Blogger Sleestak said...

Where's disembodied Melvin Beli head when you need him?

 
At Thu Sep 10, 03:37:00 AM, Blogger Hamed said...

He Lies!

 
At Thu Sep 10, 03:40:00 AM, Blogger Hamed said...

By the way, no offense meant to StarTrek Hair and Makeup, but what the hell is the deal with the kid in the middle of the bottom pic?

It looks like a combination of a groucho marx eyebrows and a cream pie to the face.

Was that a look in the 60's?

 
At Thu Sep 10, 07:31:00 AM, Blogger Tea Break said...

I have never seen so many sad kid faces before. Looks like someone had unplugged all of their grandmas.

Oh snap!

 
At Thu Sep 10, 09:00:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Seeing Eye Chick: I always liked this episode, but that is probably largely because Yeoman Rand is in it. ;o)

Fran: Kids have to learn to share by listening to Sandra Lou, Joan Baez and the Beatles! I think that the only children that Obama has to worry about right now are in the senate. :o(

Darwin's Dagger: What about the Gorn? He was totally realistic! ;o)

Tengrain: I never played "Cowboys and Indians", either. We used to play "Find the Banana" and "Lobotomize the Human". ;o)

Major Mel Funkshun: Ha! I had forgotten that line. I had to laugh when I read that. :o)

Sleestak: I have never been able to sit through that episode in it's entirety. "Lawyers from space!" Way too scary. ;o)

Hamed: That kid is wearing a mask. It's like little "shtick" in the episode. I think it's a mask of President Obama's Senior Advisor David Axelrod. ;o)

Tea Break: Ha! That's where all of the adults went, Obama pulled their plugs! ;o)

 
At Thu Sep 10, 02:55:00 PM, Blogger Darius Whiteplume said...

Wait a moment. That far in the future isn't the world controlled by apes?

Oops, no, not going there. Unlike conservatives, when I see a mistake, I try not to replicate it. Palin 2012, indeed. [harumph]

 
At Thu Sep 10, 08:04:00 PM, Blogger Beth said...

You crack my shit up, Dr. Z.
This is one of my favorite episodes!

 
At Fri Sep 11, 07:58:00 PM, Blogger sunshine said...

I was always wondering about Rand's hair. That criss cross thing at the top! Of course I totally wanted to be her! I was in love with Kirk! Yummy!!!
((Hugs))
Laura

 

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