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Have any of you Pacific Northwesterners checked this out? (Trek!)

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

To go with the Klingon rap ... Klingon karaoke.

The dude owns a bar in Portland and has (had?) Klingon karaoke nights on a regular basis, including "Somewhere Over The Rainbow". If I am ever in Oregon again, this is totally on the agenda.

(Edited because I can't spell)

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MORGAN!! 12/18/2009 12:42AM

    Wow... just wow... That is fantastic! I can't believe I missed out on that.

I can confirm the existence of Stovokor. They do indeed sing in Klingon, but their between-song banter is mostly in English.

I love Portland :)

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RAINMUSIC 12/17/2009 9:22PM

    Klingon garage bands. In Portland.

Klingons in flannel and Birkenstocks!

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AEMILIA 12/17/2009 1:10AM

    wa' ghop neH ghaj'a' Stovokor la'? Hardcore. Not sure why the Klingons are ganging up on furries, though. That does not seem very honorable to me.

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GORNCAPTAIN 12/17/2009 12:54AM

    And Commander of Stovokor only have one hand! Gorn bet that Morgan!! Can confirm or deny the existence of Klingon Karaoke in Portland. Morgan!! Knows all!

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AEMILIA 12/17/2009 12:29AM

    I've heard of Stovokor! I thought they were from Qo'noS though. I hear they perform all their songs in Klingon, but use the Universal Translator for the benefit of their human fans.

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GORNCAPTAIN 12/17/2009 12:27AM

    "he once joined a troop of 20 Klingons chasing a man dressed like a giant squirrel around at Norwescon"

Gorn not surprised. Great and many are the Klingons in Portland! Portland also have a death metal band called Stovokor.

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