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Old 11-20-2008, 11:37 AM
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The name of the ship is written that way in case someone accidentally clicks the link and doesn't want to be spoiled in one glance.
Or there is always that handy tool which hides spoilers, included in your post composing window.
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Old 11-20-2008, 12:24 PM
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Heck, some people fear clowns, and they don't have toxic stings at all.

Though that greasepaint can be a bit messy!
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Or there is always that handy tool which hides spoilers, included in your post composing window.
Really? Where in the world is it? Seriously.
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Who fears a jellyfish?!?!
me

I was swimming once and got caught up in 3 or 4 of them, I was covered in stings, and apparently I'm mildly allergic because I had some sort of seizure or something.
Anyhow, I detest the ocean now.
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Old 11-20-2008, 02:08 PM
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Ouch!
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There are some not so friendly clowns:



Dude...the clown from IT rawked.
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It's not just the toxicity.

Jellyfish are naturally more dangerous in almost every way compared to a snail and you know it.

They are transparent so you can't see them in the water well(Like all Romulan vessels I expect The Narada to have a cloaking field).

Their tentacles are long and numerous and can damage multiple areas quickly(The Empire article suggests that The Narada takes down 27 Klingon vessels single handedly).

And like I said before the Box Jellyfish has the most potent neurotoxin known to man(The Narada can create a black hole).
Then the Narada is even more dangerous since it actually takes out 47 Klingon ships single handedly.
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47???!!!

I must have read wrong then.

This ship is going to rule.
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Really? Where in the world is it? Seriously.
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