Bad Photoshop Sunday presents: Engage!

Bad Photoshop Sunday presents:  Engage! | MÉNAGE À TROI | image tagged in bad photoshop sunday,deanna troi,star trek the next generation,mnage  trois | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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This is just beautiful to look at. Thank you! :-)
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Thanks...she's a looker, wink wink, nudge, nudge! :)
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I see you *came* prepared. Bonus points for the Troi/Trojan association, which with the text makes a triple level meme. A tip o' my spacesuit helmet to you.

There was a TNG episode where a crew member (Barclay) used the Holodeck to simulate Troi and had a 'romance' going with the simulation. Then she walked in on it and ruined everything. I would have locked the door. ;-)
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LMAO!...When will people learn to lock the door?
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She's got bad timing. It looks like he's about to make a mess. ;-)

He also kind of resembles David Marcus, but with straight hair.

https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/startrek/images/b/b3/David_Marcus_2.jpg
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Didn't notice the resemblance until you mentioned it
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I thought the outfit (on the guy workin' it) resembles the red uniform/sweaters of the ST 2 through 6 movies also. Something Kirk would have under the red jacket maybe.

Or umm... not. :-)
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Now that you mention it it does look like something after the first movie (sans pirate hat). Actually it's Judge Reinhold in "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" which may be why I missed the resemblance. :)
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Ha! Always wondered what his name was. Sounds a little more like a title, though. I've heard about that movie, waaay back when. It also starred Madonna's ex-husband. One of them.

And (finally) in honor of your triple Troi meme, I've submitted a trio of Trek treats to take turns tempting today's tricky Trekkers.

They're all custom jobs, so I don't expect them to land anytime soon.

OK, now it's your turn. You got any more oft hem Trek memes to submit? What you got?
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Don't know about submitting this, but I found the pic in my archives (no idea why I made it...no doubt a reply)...Sean Penn was in the movie...saw your Trek memes, all great! :)
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Most of your memes get audible laughter from me, including this one. So I might be biased, but I like the heck out of it. I say let 'er rip. If you generate a single smile, it will be a success, no?

Beam Auntie M to a Class M planet. :-)

*transporter sounds*
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Yep, maybe I'll submit it for Bad Photoshop Sunday, thanks :)
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Follow the Yellow Brick Road, then take Exit 12 (Left). :-)
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A long time ago in this neck of the woods (greater Seattle area) there was an aquatheater at Green Lake and for those of us old enough to remember, 3 Dog Night played there and the opening act was...wait for it...Led Zeppelin. I know people find that hard to believe, but back then 3 Dog Night was huge...btw I wasn't at that show :(
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Woah, that must have been before Led Zep had their own private jet. Probably around 1973 or 1974. :-)
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Actually it was in 1969, wish I could have been there. :)
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I thought 1969 was the Yardbirds Era, but I wasn't old enough to appreciate 'real' music yet. Some of Zep's material came off that first album. Even though they had copyright issues from using other artists songs from the beginning.

I was relieved when they won the Stairway To Heaven case a couple of years ago. You could tell they lifted the intro from a former band they toured with, but there was 'prior art'. Someone else did it before them also. :-)
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I know The Yardbirds saw Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck as guitarists, but I think they had all moved on by 1969. I have to guess this performance predated Led Zeppelin touring with Spirit and Randy California, but I don't know. Anyway I know what you mean about the lawsuit...I think the worst example was when George Harrison lost for "My Sweet Lord" sounding too much like "He's So Fine". Another bad one was John Fogerty's "The Old Man Is Down The Road" sounding too much like "Run Through The Jungle", how dare he sound like himself!!!
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At least George Harrison was kind enough to buy the rights to "He's So Fine", eliminating the issue altogether.

And the thing with John Fogerty was his old manager. He was just a doosh, and eventually lost. But he made Fogerty so unhappy he didn't release music for many years. I was glad when he returned. :-)
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Reminds me of the book "Yellow River" by I. P. Daily. ;-)
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LMAO! Oh I've finally decided my future lies beyond the yellow brick wall :)
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Hunting the honey back toad?

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But Oz never did give nothing to the Tin Man That he didn't, didn't already have. And Cause never was the reason for the evening. Or the tropic of Sir Galahad.
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America's History...great album (with the possible exception of "Muskrat Love")
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Great album. I have it also. Not sure why they included a Captain and Tenille cover though. Maybe it was popular at the time and they wanted to get heard?

I saw them live in the 80's with Three Dog Night. Both bands put on a good show. America was the headline act.

Great graphic, btw. I'm sure Ozzy has spent some time in poppy fields back in the day. ;-)
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I've never seen America, but I did see The Association open for 3 Dog Night...3 Dog Night was awesome, The Association not so much
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Maybe that's why the opened. ;-)
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