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Date Written: June 30, 2004
Author: Mr. Pony
Average Vote: 4.23077

07/5/2004 Will Disney (5): i apologize to the acme community, but i will give this five stars
07/5/2004 TheBuyer (5): I would give this a 10 if I could
07/5/2004 Benny Maniacs (5): I'm taking off a half star for the Doritos crumbs Richard Kellayan always had around the corners of his mouth. He was a trekky who went to my highschool. 4.5.
07/5/2004 scoop (3): I enjoy the spirit shown here. But the ending felt flatter then Wesley Crusher's bird-chest. It suffers a bit, I fear, from a Rikerish sweatiness that drags this starship from warp five to warp three.
07/5/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan: I was just reading this when something told to check if there were any new shorts. What a fanfic day! Thanks, Mr. Pony!!
07/5/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan (4):
07/5/2004 anonymous: Nice Star Trek references, scoop!
07/5/2004 Jon Matza (4): Wizza gag & dialogue, but I found the artwork merely servicable, 'least by Pony's high standards.
07/5/2004 John Slocum (5): Matza: Think of this as a written short. Artwork might be sub-Pony, but look at the two smiles in the last 2 panels - it's like a dentyne commercial. It's really the text and the dorky smiles that get me. I mean the juxtaposition.
07/5/2004 TheBuyer: also the fact that they didn't adjust the shield harmonics to compensate for the gravametric sheer; fucking hilarious!
07/5/2004 Litcube (4): Yayee!
07/5/2004 anonymous: Gravometric gradients or sheers might be better dealt with by boosting the structural integrity field and (for the safety and comfort of the crew) diverting some extra power to the inertial dampers.
07/5/2004 John Slocum: It's incredible that there was no mention of the Lithium crystals. They could have been harnessed for transponding the shuttle craft for maximum integration of the subspace transponder. Come to think of it, I think I have one of those permanently in my ass.
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Wait, did you think I was just making this stuff up? The engineer's idea would totally work!
07/6/2004 ElTwisto: OK.
07/6/2004 ElTwisto (5): OK.
07/6/2004 Craig Lewis (5): What Slocum said. Great writing. Worthy of James K. Polk.
07/6/2004 Jimson S. Sorghum (4): adorable.
07/6/2004 Ewan Snow (3): Very old Star Trek joke. I've heard the Star Trek nerd at work making these references a million times. Sorry, Pony.
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Why do you keep apologizing?
07/6/2004 Evvan Snow imposter: because i'm a homo
07/6/2004 Ewan Snow: You're right, Pony. Sorry about that. Disney, how dare this Ewan imposter sully my luster!?
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: I'll have to shoot them both! It's the only way to be sure!
07/6/2004 Evvan Snow imposter: oh, oh, i'm a homo, i like them big and stiff and in my mouth and oozing warm milt! mm mmm mmmmmm!
07/6/2004 Evvan Snow imposter: mmmm
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Ewan, you seem to like to talk about cocks a lot -- but tell me, how do you feel about buttholes?
07/6/2004 Evvan Snow imposter: In the words of that bearded skier from the GI Joe "thin ice" PSA (which, despite what i may later say, i know about and am into): "Oooooooooooooooooooooo!"
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Okay, now, Ewan, please describe your dream vacation.
07/6/2004 Evvan Snow imposter: That's easy: Super-Paradise Beach, Mykonos!
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Interesting! What would you wear on such a dream vacation?
07/6/2004 Ewan Snow: So I guess lepa's the imposter.
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Nice try, Fake Ewan!
07/6/2004 Evvan Snow imposter: er, um, I meant, I would wear only my best pearls, and the didy in which I was buried alive when last I faked my own death.
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Ewan, could you please describe your body and head using only adverbs?
07/6/2004 Evvan Snow imposter: of course not! my head and body are nouns!
07/6/2004 Ewan Snow: Wrong answer, imposter! The correct answer is "gingerly".
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Well, I guess my trap didn't work. Still can't tell who's who!
09/14/2004 qualcomm (3):