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from the always fabulous Fashion It So

from the always fabulous Fashion It So

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I found this on Facebook and GOD it’s so me

I found this on Facebook and GOD it’s so me

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sttngfashion:

Literally the only thing I write checks for is my rent, but if I had these, I wouldn’t use Chase Quickpay to reimburse Charlie for those tickets to the Maria Bamford show he bought for us. 

Get them here.

h/t @hey_friend

There’s something beautiful about visions of the future printed on obsolete tools

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sttngfashion:

Reader Claire sent us this awesome photo of “24th Century Casualwear” that is basically 100% perfect. As she explains it: “I met all the basic requirements: asymmetrical hemlines; color blocking; secondary colors; inappropriate fabrics (the top is made of wool felt); and weird straps that don’t serve an obvious purpose.” This color story of dried-blood brown, deep mustard, and Eddie Bauer 1997 Hunter Green is absolutely something we’d see on one of the Enterprise’s non-uniformed denizens.

I also LOVE the little “purse” she made to go with it! Claire says: “I designed the labels on my computer and had them printed on bumper sticker stock; the black lines are Chartpak tape, which is what they used to do all those lines on props and sets on the show.”

A+ COSPLAY, CLAIRE. You are ready for a casual coffee date at Ten Forward.

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geekcrashcourse:

The trick is to look at Riker’s face in the bottom left corner.

geekcrashcourse:

The trick is to look at Riker’s face in the bottom left corner.

Acting

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mercuryjones:

My ritual June post.

HOW HAVE I MISSED THIS!?!?!

[Are these from The Object of My Affection?]

no that’s Jeffrey. Starts at 1:25.

In googling this I came across an interview he did at the time of Jeffrey's release (1995). A highlight:

I felt that the writers and producers [of Star Trek TNG] could not escape from their own essential rigidity in their attitudes to women. They were continually featured as sexual objects, as softer, weaker, and therefore - it always seemed to me—second-class individuals. And because I believed and still do that the show represents what our underlying philosophies are, it doubly irritated me that in that area I thought we were failing.

There is a kind of boys’ club about Star Trek, do you understand? It’s in the air all around the show, in the producers, in the front office, in the writers’ building. Our actresses were not finding sympathetic ears for the things they had to say, and I think at times they simply got exhausted by the battle.

[Homosexuality] was singularly absent from the show. Given what growth and advancement have been made in the past 20 years - even in the most rigid male bastions like the military—one would have thought that Star Trek would be the ideal environment for projecting oneself 400 years forward and saying, “All right, this has happened in 20 years; what might we have achieved in 400 years?”

this man is SO GREAT

(via kaesespaetzle)

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sttngfashion:

This is the one where Troi gets pregnant. How? Well, when a tiny beam of sperm-shaped light and a woman love each other very, very much:

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"Dat ass" - this lightsperm

…the lightsperm travels into any nearby spaceship and impregnates a half-human, half-Betazoid woman…somehow. It’s never made THAT clear how this works. And you know why?

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"Special" my ass

Because this is the new ship’s doctor!!! Uggggghhhhh.

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I’m Feather Mullet and I’m here to say / I’m super stupid in a stupid way

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Strong contender for Worst TNG Episode in a writer-strike-shortened season of very poor episodes. How short? The finale was a clip show.

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the first two seasons explained in one picture

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I DRANK A BIT AND NOW WE'RE GOING TO TALK ABOUT STAR TREK

trinandtonic:

there are a lot of cool women characters on Star Trek Deep Space Nine:

Kira, very cool, blew up a lot of Cardassians, fought for freedom and liberty but killed a lot of people, kinda questionable, basically The United States of the star trek franchise

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Jazia, yes great, extremely bland…

you forgot that time Keiko gave birth in a space bar with no one but a noob Klingon for help

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