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Star Trek Opposites

I'm a big geek and I love Star Trek-and I'm not afraid to admit it! So of course my geeky self was very excited when I saw this:


A Star Trek board book! You know what I'm going to be buying for gifts this Christmas!!

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  1. It's funny that you should mention this, because I just finished the Trekkies documentary and have had Star Trek on the brain. LOL!

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  2. This is so cool. I've already decided that my future son's full name will be James Tiberius Kennedy. Unfortunately, my fiancee doesn't have Kirk for a last name.

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  3. Book Geek-that's awesome! My husband proposed on July 9 (7 of 9) so we'd have a Star Trek date. And in our wedding my dad said "Make it So" when he gave me away and our wedding ended with "Live Long and Prosper" :)

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  4. Oh and Sharon-You changed your name! I'm glad you're back blogging!! :)

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