Star Trek TNG: To Blog Where No One Has Blogged Before

…alternatively titled “You Really Wanna Know What I Think Of Patheos?”

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45 responses

  1. I CAN GET PAID TO BLOG!?!?

    First off, LOL

    Second, seriously, apparently you can, and some of us are not all that thrilled that some of our favorite bloggers have gone to Patheos. I’ll still read them and see no policy in busting their chops for it (If you gotta pay the bills, you gotta pay the bills), but there is simply that feeling that Catholicism is just one more product on the shelf competing with others at the Wal-Mart that turns me off.

  2. Bwaaa ha ha ha!!

    Incindentally, it’s possible to get safari-based rendering on Windows. Download and install Google Chromium, or (better yet) SRWare Iron — basically Google Chromium only without Google’s spyware helping them sell adverts targeted to you. Both use Apple’s WebKit rendering engine.

  3. HA! OK, I have no problem with the Catholic bloggers on Patheos but…

    this. was. hysterical. “Kiss my Assisi.” Still laughing.

    also liked the Coexist sticker on the Blorg. (Blorg from Borg….excellent)

    • Gotta ask, how long does something like this take you to do?

      Hard to say, really. I’ve been mulling this post for awhile now, so I had an idea of what I wanted to do. Still, I had to find and download the videos, take the screenshots, add the dialogue, tweak it here and there…I’d say 4-5 hours total, spread over a few days. It was fun to make, and I’m pleased you found it funny.

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  9. Not sure how many of my FB friends follow any Catholic blogs or not but this blog post is awesome to say the least. It may not make much sense to others, Star Trek fans may also enjoy as well.

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