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Old 05-21-2009, 11:19 AM
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If you're a female fan and you took note of what type of panties Uhura was wearing, just so you can get the costume right...

If any females want help with that I'll help double check for ya. JK
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Old 05-21-2009, 11:32 AM
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If any females want help with that I'll help double check for ya. JK
Yea I'm sure youre kidding. But if you want to model them yourself, post some pics and ask for opinions I'm sure everyone here would comment on how sexy they look on you... or how they dont..
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Old 05-21-2009, 11:40 AM
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I need to buy a cheap display cabinet at some point if I can find one.
You are a fan.... if you are planning to buy furniture for your BK purchases

Yeah... when I get a place to myself... my alter to Star Trek will really start to take shape.
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Old 05-21-2009, 11:54 AM
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You are a fan.... if you are planning to buy furniture for your BK purchases

Yeah... when I get a place to myself... my alter to Star Trek will really start to take shape.


I need a case with doors because my cat will bat everything off any shelf that she can reach. Doors will keep her out. This is why any "battable" stuff is on the TOP of the bookcase where she can't reach. She particularly likes the action figures (some of the older ones are out of their boxes and displayed on their bases) because she knows it annoys the crap out of me when she tips them off the shelf.

She's a terrible cat but utterly adorable.
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Old 05-21-2009, 11:58 AM
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Oh I don't have anywhere to put them either but I'm buying them anyway. Eh, I'll work on my space issues later. Just like I'm ordering more toys on Tuesday and I have no where to put those either. They're on my bookcase at the moment, which is unfortunate because between that and Harry Potter stuff, I have two less shelves for the many, many books that I have so now I'm out of space for the books too! I would have enough space if one of my bookcases hadn't broken in half when I moved (note to others: If you buy bookcases from Target, try not to drop them down a flight of wooden stairs. They WILL break.)

I need to buy a cheap display cabinet at some point if I can find one.

I guess i am really anal because I built bookshelves using star trek book as the sides, tops and bottoms and then my stuff is inside the spaces
Just don't bump into them else you will be left with a house of cards
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Old 05-21-2009, 12:09 PM
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I guess i am really anal because I built bookshelves using star trek book as the sides, tops and bottoms and then my stuff is inside the spaces
Just don't bump into them else you will be left with a house of cards

LOLZ Love it! Gives me an idea... When I do get my cabinet, I should find some way to cover it in a Star Trek collage or something.
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you watch it over and over again
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LOLZ Love it! Gives me an idea... When I do get my cabinet, I should find some way to cover it in a Star Trek collage or something.
My wife made me buy a bookshelf to put all my Star Trek stuff on so I would quit scattering it all over the house. When I put the shelf together, I put the back panel on wrong and when you look at the shelf you see the plain brown side of the cardboard instead of the shiny black part. So instead of trying to take all those tiny nails out of the back and flip the backing over, I used Star Trek posters to cover the back panels. It turned out pretty good. Now all my Trek model ships and stuff have a Trek backdrop.
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My wife made me buy a bookshelf to put all my Star Trek stuff on so I would quit scattering it all over the house. When I put the shelf together, I put the back panel on wrong and when you look at the shelf you see the plain brown side of the cardboard instead of the shiny black part. So instead of trying to take all those tiny nails out of the back and flip the backing over, I used Star Trek posters to cover the back panels. It turned out pretty good. Now all my Trek model ships and stuff have a Trek backdrop.
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