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spahck:

I just realized why I pull off my homecoming dress so well

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it’s because

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Jim Kirk + Out of Uniform Part 2

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spatscolombo:

Kirk

I know this is important to you

but I need you to take, like, three steps back from the camera

before I cry laughing

I need someone to engage with me in serious conversation about this animation. Because from the cheapest episodes of Pokémon to the Simpsons to Shingeki No Budget, the lot of ‘em ain’t got nothin’ on Star Trek TAS’s no animation budget.

(via trappednightingale)

Time Travel in Star Trek

Season 1: We can never ever, ever be seen ever. We can't make any changes to the past or else none of us will have ever existed and Starfleet wouldn't exist.

Season 3 and Beyond: #YOLO

crowningmomentoffacepunch:

Puncher: Montgomery ScottPunchee: Klingon troublemaker
Memorable Lines: "Laddie, don’t you think you should rephrase that?"
Why it’s Awesome:  Star Trek has always been known for its awesome ships.  The one I want to talk about today is Scotty/Enterprise.  (What did you think I meant?)  When the Klingons try to start something by insulting the Captain, Scotty plays the voice of reason, keeping his fellow officers from letting themselves be provoked.  But when the same troublemaker moves from the subject of the Captain to the good ship herself, well, it becomes a matter of pride.  You just don’t talk like that about a lady - and certainly not in front of Scotty.
It’s worth noting - Klingons are stronger and faster than humans, trained as warriors… and Scotty knocks this one across the room and over a table, without really exerting himself.  It just goes to show, you don’t mess with Scotty where the Enterprise is concerned.  He’ll have  rebuttal ready for you in two hours - but you don’t have two hours, so here’s a punch in the face. 
Where to find it?: Star Trek, “the Trouble with Tribbles”

crowningmomentoffacepunch:

Puncher: Montgomery Scott
Punchee: Klingon troublemaker

Memorable Lines: "Laddie, don’t you think you should rephrase that?"

Why it’s Awesome:  Star Trek has always been known for its awesome ships.  The one I want to talk about today is Scotty/Enterprise.  (What did you think I meant?)  When the Klingons try to start something by insulting the Captain, Scotty plays the voice of reason, keeping his fellow officers from letting themselves be provoked.  But when the same troublemaker moves from the subject of the Captain to the good ship herself, well, it becomes a matter of pride.  You just don’t talk like that about a lady - and certainly not in front of Scotty.

It’s worth noting - Klingons are stronger and faster than humans, trained as warriors… and Scotty knocks this one across the room and over a table, without really exerting himself.  It just goes to show, you don’t mess with Scotty where the Enterprise is concerned.  He’ll have  rebuttal ready for you in two hours - but you don’t have two hours, so here’s a punch in the face. 

Where to find it?: Star Trek, “the Trouble with Tribbles”

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kobayashimarooned:

wow what even would vulcans have thought the first time they saw humans hi-fiveing
like
What are those humans doing
oh
a brief yet violent makeout

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sciencebluetrenchcoat:

dammitmccoy:

this is the closest thing i have seen that could be mirrorverse kirk. an actual bitter hatred smirk. 

Friendly reminder that teenage Jim Kirk probably had this same dead look in his eyes for months after Tarsus IV.

sciencebluetrenchcoat:

dammitmccoy:

this is the closest thing i have seen that could be mirrorverse kirk. an actual bitter hatred smirk. 

Friendly reminder that teenage Jim Kirk probably had this same dead look in his eyes for months after Tarsus IV.

(via plummetingicarus)

captainkirkismynewhero:

accountant-in-a-can:

mystolenthunder:

lesliecrusher:

char0npl0p:

SULU BREAKIN’ IT DOWN

#god tos was ridiculous #and yet

#but TOS wasn’t ridiculous #literally every episode had a greater meaning behind it #and every character represented something about humanity #be it in general or in the then current era of the late 1960’s #do you guys grasp the concept that a woman of color in an intelligent and prominent position on a crew of an important vessel #or the fact that someone with a strong Russian accent from the Soviet Union was working together with a crew of ‘American’ shipmates #in the middle of the cold war and only a few years after the cuban missile crisis #or the fact that the show had television’s first interracial kiss #and the first show to portray a man putting on his boots to tell the audience out in the open that he and a consensual unmarried partner had sex #and the fact that Spock existed as a way to show that even in the utopian future there will STILL be racism but even those who judge him by his literal race only do it out of their own insecurities #and shows that people of other races #literal races but meaning race as we know it today #ARE CAPABLE OF INCREDIBLE AND VERY IMPORTANT THINGS IN THE WORLD #or how about the fact that a woman subordinate officer who accused her captian of sexual assault was treated with respect #and the CAPTIAN WAS PUNISHED #or ongoingly how it reiterated how women should be respected and are not some plaything form men #but all women are individuals equal to them #and as stated above not objects  #and the fact that the series was set in a future where there is no money #no famine #no poverty #not even hatred on earth #and then they did something so wonderful as EXPLORING SPACE #the entire series isn’t stupid it’s about the betterment of man kind and how we are essentially good #but we can only overcome our negative traits when we vanquish our hatred #following a semi apocalyptic ‘World War III’ #and humanity TRIUMPHED (x)

#yeeeep #and it’s not even like most of tos’ lessons are subtle?? #like if people stood in the background with signs that said THIS IS AN ALLEGORY ABOUT RACISM it could not be more obvious #yeah there’re unicorn dogs and penis rocks and the gorn #but tos is ridiculously obviously a Show With A Message #and that message is ”get your heads out of your asses and let’s do something awesome together” #star trek

Reblogging this every time I see it because it’s just so true.

captainkirkismynewhero:

accountant-in-a-can:

mystolenthunder:

lesliecrusher:

char0npl0p:

SULU BREAKIN’ IT DOWN

 

#but TOS wasn’t ridiculous #literally every episode had a greater meaning behind it #and every character represented something about humanity #be it in general or in the then current era of the late 1960’s #do you guys grasp the concept that a woman of color in an intelligent and prominent position on a crew of an important vessel #or the fact that someone with a strong Russian accent from the Soviet Union was working together with a crew of ‘American’ shipmates #in the middle of the cold war and only a few years after the cuban missile crisis #or the fact that the show had television’s first interracial kiss #and the first show to portray a man putting on his boots to tell the audience out in the open that he and a consensual unmarried partner had sex #and the fact that Spock existed as a way to show that even in the utopian future there will STILL be racism but even those who judge him by his literal race only do it out of their own insecurities #and shows that people of other races #literal races but meaning race as we know it today #ARE CAPABLE OF INCREDIBLE AND VERY IMPORTANT THINGS IN THE WORLD #or how about the fact that a woman subordinate officer who accused her captian of sexual assault was treated with respect #and the CAPTIAN WAS PUNISHED #or ongoingly how it reiterated how women should be respected and are not some plaything form men #but all women are individuals equal to them #and as stated above not objects  #and the fact that the series was set in a future where there is no money #no famine #no poverty #not even hatred on earth #and then they did something so wonderful as EXPLORING SPACE #the entire series isn’t stupid it’s about the betterment of man kind and how we are essentially good #but we can only overcome our negative traits when we vanquish our hatred #following a semi apocalyptic ‘World War III’ #and humanity TRIUMPHED (x)

      

Reblogging this every time I see it because it’s just so true.

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keptinkoorks:

takineko:

Ok this is my new favorite GIF set.

And I’m crying too

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jonesydraws:

Can I just emphasize how angry it makes me when you draw vulcans with elf ears though THEIR EARS CURVE FORWARD THIS IS NOT THAT HARD.

jonesydraws:

Can I just emphasize how angry it makes me when you draw vulcans with elf ears though THEIR EARS CURVE FORWARD THIS IS NOT THAT HARD.

classictrek:

The “Star Trek Sales Center” from a 1977 issue of Monster Times.

"Spock tastes good like a Vulcan should."

Wow.

(via hunchback-of-notre-daaaam)