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    Default Possible Star Trek spoof?

    While out on my bike yesterday, I noticed a number of ducks and geese gliding in to land on a pond.

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    This immediately leapt to mind:
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    Some bird of prey, huh? Have to wonder if it was unintended irony or an inside joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    Was the duck looking for dylithium crystals?
    As a waterfowl hunter, I feel obligated to point out that that is a goose.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MandyBear View Post
    I think they might have been thinking more like this lol
    Except that it doesn't have the long neck like ducks and geese. And the ones I saw at the pond... the wing droop was almost exactly the same as the imaginary ship. The "internet borrowed" picture I used of the goose doesn't quite show it.

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