Re: Techwr-l : the movie <OT - humor> (take II)
And as an alternate ending:
The Enterprise crew has got all their photon torpedoes trained on the Borg
ship's warp core, and Picard is just about to say "Make It So" when an
emergency communique from Starfleet Command instructs them that they must
not fire all the photon torpedoes simultaneously because this might slow the
performance of the holodeck and the chocolate sundae replicators.
Instead, they are instructed to take all the torpedoes down to the cargo
bay, open the cargo bay doors, and fire the torpedoes out the cargo bay
doors using slingshots.
Since this would result in all of them being sucked out into space, a
committee is formed at Starfleet Command to study the potential effects of
being sucked into a vortex without oxygen or pressure. Meanwhile the Borg
ship has long since passed by, made its way to Earth, and hollowed out the
moon for use as a gigantic skin-bleach and Nair repository.
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