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Star Trek coincidence? [message #19212] Tue, 09 October 2012 20:48 Go to next message
Dr. Ernest J. Primeau is currently offline  Dr. Ernest J. Primeau
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Ever notice that nobody on Star Trek (original series) is bald?

This is because they traveled back in time and realized my hairloss method
worked to cure baldness.

This proves my method works. Ernie
Re: Star Trek coincidence? [message #19213 is a reply to message #19212] Tue, 09 October 2012 20:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Marcus (not Farrel) is currently offline  Marcus (not Farrel)
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On Oct 9, 5:48 pm, "Dr. Ernest J. Primeau" <ernie...@webtv.net> wrote:
> Ever notice that nobody on Star Trek (original series) is bald?

>

> This is because they traveled back in time and realized my hairloss method

> worked to cure baldness.

>

> This proves my method works. Ernie


Captain Kirk wore a rug.

Another example that ernie`s method does (and never will) work.

Marcus
Re: Star Trek coincidence? [message #19214 is a reply to message #19213] Tue, 09 October 2012 21:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Marcus (not Farrel) is currently offline  Marcus (not Farrel)
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Ernest J. Primeau wants to meet you within a 3 hour drive of Tampa,
Florida in order get you to drop your pants and "boldly go where no
man has gone before"...
Re: Star Trek coincidence? [message #19235 is a reply to message #19212] Tue, 09 October 2012 23:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
YourName is currently offline  YourName
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In article <k52gll$spd$1@dont-email.me>, "Dr. Ernest J. Primeau"
<ernietoo@webtv.net> wrote:
>

> Ever notice that nobody on Star Trek (original series) is bald?

>

> This is because they traveled back in time and realized my hairloss method

> worked to cure baldness.

>

> This proves my method works. Ernie


Depends what you mean by "bald". Harry Mudd was certainly quite well on
his way to becoming bald. Most Klingon males are also almost bald (by
human standards anyway).
Re: Star Trek coincidence? [message #19248 is a reply to message #19235] Wed, 10 October 2012 00:39 Go to previous message
Marcus (not Farrel) is currently offline  Marcus (not Farrel)
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On Oct 9, 8:06 pm, YourN...@YourISP.com (Your Name) wrote:
> In article <k52gll$sp...@dont-email.me>, "Dr. Ernest J. Primeau"

>

> <ernie...@webtv.net> wrote:

>

>> Ever notice that nobody on Star Trek (original series) is bald?

>

>> This is because they traveled back in time and realized my hairloss method

>> worked to cure baldness.

>

>> This proves my method works. Ernie

>

> Depends what you mean by "bald". Harry Mudd was certainly quite well on

> his way to becoming bald. Most Klingon males are also almost bald (by

> human standards anyway).


So are you telling us that ernie might be a Klingon?

She looks too pasty white to be one.

Marcus
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