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Old 08-29-2008, 09:27 AM
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Starship fetishes are not the work of the devil!!! They are a sign from The Great Bird Of The Galaxy, and that brid wants YOU to be happy!!
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:30 AM
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Come on down and be heard!!!!

Starship fetishes are not the work of the devil!!! They are a sign from The Great Bird Of The Galaxy, and that brid wants YOU to be happy!!
Please send a 'love gift' to The Church of Warp! It is your duty as a lover of starships....It is your destiny...
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:38 AM
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I might be banned but i just want to know, does anyone here have a Starship Fetish? Like when you see a ship on the screen that looks freaking sweet, and you start wanting to feel it in your hands, but you know you cant, is that considered a fetish?
Yes, I have that. Therapy did not work though.
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:44 AM
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I have the Starship Spotter, and I can stare for hours. I love how Star Trek (starfleet) ships are so refined, they aren't the massive blobs you see in other sci fi shows.
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I have the Starship Spotter, and I can stare for hours. I love how Star Trek (starfleet) ships are so refined, they aren't the massive blobs you see in other sci fi shows.


Refined yes! Excellent
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Old 08-29-2008, 09:56 AM
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Please send a 'love gift' to The Church of Warp! It is your duty as a lover of starships....It is your destiny...
Put your anit matter into the collection recepitcal on the way out....
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Put your anit matter into the collection recepitcal on the way out....
okay, have you read "Angels and Demons"?
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I have bought and built many ST models...and you can tell the one I did first to the last as my abilities grew. I enjoyed it but when I had kids they got at them and well are now gone to the Pakled junk yard. Seeing the ships in any of the shows or movies are one of my favorite parts...thinking one day man might actually be able to build something as complex as a starship.
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Old 08-29-2008, 11:12 AM
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I loved the models as well when I was younger. I wasn't allowed many as a kid, because my parents thought they were silly. Once I was older they had less say, but I managed an Enterprise A, D and E (the last two my proudest efforts), a Voyager and I think I had a Reliant as well, amongst several non-trek models as well. Eventually they became fragile and started to break and they had to go. To this day I'm still upset I had to get rid of my model of the D because it was the one I worked hardest on and got almost perfect!!
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okay, have you read "Angels and Demons"?
Would it suprise you if I had?
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