wilwheaton:

sheelzebub:

burningfairytales:

neoliberalismkills:

drawspoopymisha:

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I WAS SO HOPING THAT WAS THE REACTION GIF AND IT WAS, PERFECT

I am beginning to understand the reasoning behind the game ‘Shatner.’

I will always reblog Shatner overacting.

FOREVER REBLOG

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songofsunset:

dispatchrabbi:

lucyliuism:

dont date a girl who reads. date a girl who speaks. date a girl who translates ancient literature and alien languages. date a girl who can bluff her way through a parallel universe. date a girl with exceptional aural sensitivity and an unparalleled ability to identify sonic anomalies in subspace transmission tests. date nyota uhura.

I thought this post was going to be about Carmela Rodriguez. I was really okay with it either way.

EVERY TIME

jinglevulcan:

Oh the universe out there is frightful

But starfleet is so delightful

And since there’s millions of aliens to know

boldly go, boldly go, boldly go.

(via snuggaboo)

gracefullyclumsy:

I present to you. The best entrance to the Bridge of any ship by any Starfleet Captain ever.
Star Trek: Voyager-5x14 Bliss

Captain Janeway: Wormhole???

gracefullyclumsy:

I present to you. The best entrance to the Bridge of any ship by any Starfleet Captain ever.

Star Trek: Voyager-5x14 Bliss

Captain Janeway: Wormhole???

(via dazyndara)

damnitdisney:


The first female African-American to reach outer space, Mae Jemison, would specifically cite Nichols’ influence upon her career choice (Jemison appeared in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1993, a year after she became the first African-American woman in space) (x)

Representation matters.

damnitdisney:

The first female African-American to reach outer space, Mae Jemison, would specifically cite Nichols’ influence upon her career choice (Jemison appeared in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1993, a year after she became the first African-American woman in space) (x)

Representation matters.

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lizjamesbitch:

femmeforeverybody:

“One of the organizers came up to me and said that there was someone who wants to meet you; and he says that he’s you’re best, biggest fan and I’m thinking it’s a Trekkie! [laughs] and so I said certainly and I got up and turned around and maybe 10 or 15 feet coming towards me I see Dr. Martin Luther King and I remember thinking whoever that little fan is, he’s going to have to wait, because here’s Dr. King, who walks straight up to me with this big, magnificent smile on his face and says, “I’m the fan!” because I’m sort of looking around for someone else, and he says, “I am your best fan, I am your biggest fan!” and I… I was at a loss for words, and if you know me, I am never at a loss for words.
I just couldn’t say a thing and he began to tell me how important my role was, what an inspiration it was. And you have to understand we were in the middle of the Civil Rights Movement, people were regularly being attacked by dogs, and marchers were being hosed on the television every night, real life things, and here I am in this futuristic thing on TV and he was so complimentary, he told me “I was so important and the way you have created this role,” and I am just looking at him and looking at him and I remember I just kept hoping he’d never stop talking. Because his voice is just… you know the voice. And I finally just start saying, thank you so much Dr. King and I am shaking his hand and still shaking from nervousness and I said thank you so much and I am really going to miss my co-stars.
And at this his face totally changed, and he said “What are you talking about?!” and so I told him I would be leaving the show, because; and that was as far as he let me go, and he said, “STOP! You cannot! You cannot leave this show! Do you not understand what you are doing?! You are the first non-stereotypical role in television! Of intelligence, and of a woman and a woman of color?! That you are playing a role that is not about your color! That this role could be played by anyone? This is not a black role. This is  not a female role! A blue eyed blond or a pointed ear green person could take this role!” And I am looking at him and looking at him and buzzing, and he said, “Nichelle, for the first time, not only our little children and people can look on and see themselves, but people who don’t look like us, people who don’t look like us, from all over the world, for the first time, the first time on television, they can see us, as we should be!”
http://planetwaves.net/pagetwo/daily-astrology/martin-luther-king-mlk-uhura-nichelle-nichols/

Wow.  I’d never heard this story before.

Never ever sick of reblogging this story.

lizjamesbitch:

femmeforeverybody:

“One of the organizers came up to me and said that there was someone who wants to meet you; and he says that he’s you’re best, biggest fan and I’m thinking it’s a Trekkie! [laughs] and so I said certainly and I got up and turned around and maybe 10 or 15 feet coming towards me I see Dr. Martin Luther King and I remember thinking whoever that little fan is, he’s going to have to wait, because here’s Dr. King, who walks straight up to me with this big, magnificent smile on his face and says, “I’m the fan!” because I’m sort of looking around for someone else, and he says, “I am your best fan, I am your biggest fan!” and I… I was at a loss for words, and if you know me, I am never at a loss for words.

I just couldn’t say a thing and he began to tell me how important my role was, what an inspiration it was. And you have to understand we were in the middle of the Civil Rights Movement, people were regularly being attacked by dogs, and marchers were being hosed on the television every night, real life things, and here I am in this futuristic thing on TV and he was so complimentary, he told me “I was so important and the way you have created this role,” and I am just looking at him and looking at him and I remember I just kept hoping he’d never stop talking. Because his voice is just… you know the voice. And I finally just start saying, thank you so much Dr. King and I am shaking his hand and still shaking from nervousness and I said thank you so much and I am really going to miss my co-stars.

And at this his face totally changed, and he said “What are you talking about?!” and so I told him I would be leaving the show, because; and that was as far as he let me go, and he said, “STOP! You cannot! You cannot leave this show! Do you not understand what you are doing?! You are the first non-stereotypical role in television! Of intelligence, and of a woman and a woman of color?! That you are playing a role that is not about your color! That this role could be played by anyone? This is not a black role. This is  not a female role! A blue eyed blond or a pointed ear green person could take this role!” And I am looking at him and looking at him and buzzing, and he said, “Nichelle, for the first time, not only our little children and people can look on and see themselves, but people who don’t look like us, people who don’t look like us, from all over the world, for the first time, the first time on television, they can see us, as we should be!”

http://planetwaves.net/pagetwo/daily-astrology/martin-luther-king-mlk-uhura-nichelle-nichols/

Wow.  I’d never heard this story before.

Never ever sick of reblogging this story.

(via stickmarionette)

Star Trek Into Darkness Berlin photocall

(via puckling)

hellotailor:

[x]

GUYS I CAN’T

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stephaniematurin:

librarian-in-waiting:

awexcuppycake:

stargazer909:

This is a gif that should be in every Trekkie’s blog 

That right there is my idol! She went in for a double ass slap and did is flawlessly

This is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen, and it just keeps getting better the longer I watch it.

Can she be President, please?

stephaniematurin:

librarian-in-waiting:

awexcuppycake:

stargazer909:

This is a gif that should be in every Trekkie’s blog 

That right there is my idol! She went in for a double ass slap and did is flawlessly

This is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen, and it just keeps getting better the longer I watch it.

Can she be President, please?

(via ladyspirits)