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Date Written: July 01, 2004
Author: Mr. Pony
Average Vote: 4.16667

07/6/2004 Ewan Snow: This short needs a long shot that shows both the "pen" and the face.
07/6/2004 qualcomm: what a tool
07/6/2004 scoop: Don't you mean tri-corder, The Lerpa?
07/6/2004 Ewan Snow (3): No apologies!
07/6/2004 TheBuyer (5): The guy on the right is a lower level officer, probably Ensign, who wears the green uni.? You stumped me and I haven't the time for googles.
07/6/2004 Benny Maniacs: The green uniform indicates a scientific or medical position, while the yellow uniforms are worn by the support staff (security, enginering, general operations). Commissioned Starfleet officers, those in the command department, wear red. The ranks of the Starfleet personnel shown here are not visible, but Mr. Gorman (on the right) is a security officer holding the rank of lieutenant junior grade. Crewman Okar Selmia (on the left) is a totally hot Bajoran Xenobotanist.
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Whoops! Sorry, that was me. Benny musta been using my laptop.
07/6/2004 TheBuyer: Thanks BennyPony!
07/6/2004 The Finch: Chance of Mr. Pony being up to something: 35%
The Finch
07/6/2004 John Slocum (3): This, to Slocum, is distinctly "lesser" then yesterday's, otherwise known as "not as good." Yesterday's had the interesting twist of the child-like, proud smiles at the end of a long stream of dry science fiction babble (very funny); the joke here seems to be rendering exagerrated the asexuality of the crew (not very funny). I'm sorry, Pony (Snow: apologize to Pony this instant!)
07/6/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan (4): Is this a new color code or something? I'm troubled by the green uniform. I'm trying to insert it into my memory of the shows I have seen, but it is not fitting.
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: You might be thinking of the blue uniforms used by science and medical staff from around 41100 to 44000.
07/6/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan: Oh, of course. What was I thinking? you're right.
07/6/2004 qualcomm: they didn't change their uniforms for 2,900 years?
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: No, dude, that's a stardate. We're looking at roughly the time between the Terran Years 2363 to 2369.
07/6/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan: How does that ratio work, Mr. Pony?
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Dude, it's a TV show. Funny you should ask, though. Here.
07/6/2004 Will Disney: that is a stellar article!
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Yeah, I like that it acknowledges that there are some major inconsistencies in the Stardates, but instead of trying to make up for them with arbitrary and impossibly complex correction formulas; it moves to the simple assumption that events didn't necessarily occur in the order that they aired on television. Obvious, but pretty breakthrough in the field of Stardate Translation.
07/6/2004 Mr. Pony: Finch -- What makes you think I'm even potentially up to something?
07/7/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan: It's only 35% likely that you're even potentially up to something, Mr. Pony.
07/7/2004 Mr. Pony: I just think maybe the Finch should be a little more specific, maybe.
07/8/2004 Benny Maniacs (5): Hey fuck you Benny Maniacs imposter (probably the man named Mr. Pony! See, you fuck with me, I use your government against you.)
07/8/2004 Benny Maniacs: My apologies Pony! I didn't see your apologies until it was too late. Can you erase my last message? Or will I ask Will to erase it?
07/8/2004 Mr. Pony: No, no, that's fine. I'd like your mistake to be on record, if that's okay.