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Collections!

The realm of sci-fi and fantasy is virtually infinite. There is an interest for every person out there. People feel a closeness to things they can personally relate to. The bond to their interest increases when they have something tangible. Like a model, action figures, posters, or pictures. Personally I enjoy having a little of everything, and intend on gaining …

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From the recipe book of Lt. Edward Larkin

WALNUT BAKED TRIBBLES RECIPE Walnut Baked Tribbles. Tribble topped with a crumb topping – walnuts, parmesan, and spices –drizzled with coconut oil, lemon, and white wine sauce. Easy. Nutritious. Delicious. Ready in under 30 minutes!   When I was developing this walnut baked Tribble recipe in my head, I thought they were going to be good. These turned out even …

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You know the greatest danger facing us is ourselves.

“Fear plays an interesting role in our lives. How dare we let it motivate us? How dare we let it into our decision-making, into our livelihoods, into our relationships? It’s funny, isn’t it, we take a day a year to dress up in costume and celebrate fear” – Robert California, The Office I have a love/hate relationship with fear. It’s …

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What is Star Trek Fandom?

The Star Trek television and movie franchise has been around for over fifty years, and organized Star Trek fandom has been around for over forty years. Compare that to Star Wars organized fandom, the 501st Legion, which has been around for only twenty-two years. That is an impressive length of time for any sort of organized group for a television …

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Sick Tribbles Oh My!

Good evening! This is Chief Science Officer Jennifer Sontag, reporting from the science lab on board the USS Tiburon, currently in orbit above earth. Sorry I haven’t been reporting as regularly as I should; the Tribbles are just getting over their bout of the Tribble flu.  The poor little Tribbles – all of them came down with the same flu, …

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Chief Medical Officer’s Log

It’s been two months since I accepted reassignment from the position of the Tiburon’s First Officer to that of the Chief Medical Officer. Upon my arrival to my new office, I found that a good deal of the routine paperwork and system updates were not up to date (that apparently happens when the CMO in charge is actually an Emergency …

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Party! 14th Anniversary Party that is.

This is LCDR Dan Parker, your author. I am a member of your Tiburon’s command staff as Chief Engineer. I have been a member of Starfleet for over two years. I truly enjoy the people and all the things Tiburon does. Many of you know about the various dinner socials, club meetings, community service, and activities we do. I especially …

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Away Team to the Past!

Many of the Tiburon’s crew were recently assigned as an away team to study a strange annual anomaly, that of the Colorado Renaissance Festival.  Many of the crew took it upon themselves to dress in period garb in order to blend in with the strange amalgamation of medieval, renaissance and contemporary attire, to take in what this marvel of wonderment …

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A New Home for The Universe’s Cutest Pets

This year, the USS Tiburon held its third annual Tribble for Charity adoption event at the 2019 Denver Pop Culture Con. Visitors for a small donation, of just $5.00, were able to bring home one of our handmade Tribbles. Along with adopting a Tribble, the fans got a care booklet and a certificate of adoption. We, as a crew, sewed …

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Star Trek Memories

“Remember.” – Captain Spock – Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Memories are funny things. They remind us of our past experiences both pleasant and unpleasant and help form who we are as individuals. Some of my fondest childhood memories involve watching Star Trek movies with my Grandfather. Since both of us, generations apart, of course, served in the …