Top 10 Reasons Star Wars Would Kick Butt In The Star Trek Universe

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  1. Elan-Rai RSA Emeritus

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    Now, this isn't to cause an all-out war between fans of the genres. Just some mild humor... ;)


    10. In the Star Wars universe, weapons rarely, if ever, are set on "stun."

    9. The Enterprise needs a huge engine room with an anti-matter unit and a crew of twenty just to go into warp -- the Millennium Falcon does the same thing with R2-D2 and a Wookiee.

    8. After resisting the Imperial torture droid and Darth Vader, Princess Leia still looked fresh and desirable. After pithy Cardassian starvation torture, Picard looked like hell.

    7. Jabba the Hutt would eat Harry Mudd for trying to cut in on his action.

    6. Luke Skywalker is not obsessed with sleeping with every alien he encounters.

    5. One word: "light sabers".

    4. The Federation would have to attempt to liberate any ship named Slave I.

    3. Darth Vader could choke the entire Borg empire with one glance.

    2. Picard pilots the Enterprise through an asteroid belt at one-quarter impulse power. Han Solo floors it.

    1. The Death Star doesn't care if a world is class "M" or not.
  2. Kynstar Jedi Grand Master

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    'k my two faves were:

    5. One word: "light sabers".

    4. The Federation would have to attempt to liberate any ship named Slave I.


    Though I'm an major ST fan too, I found them hilarious! [face_laugh]
  3. Nyborg13 Jedi Knight

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    Way back when, I was a major Trekkie. Untill about 1977 when this wacky young man had a vision, and shared it with the world. From that day on, even though I have sat down and watched an episode or so from time to time, they just aren't the same.
    Long live Star Wars
    Long live The Empire
    Long live The Arkansas Galactic ???
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