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February 22nd Weigh In and Star Trek Bra Tech

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Down to 212 lbs. Getting back there slowly but surely.


Now onto the fun stuff. I've seen Star Trek: Into Darkness a few times a while ago and it just dawned on me that the tech in that movie is inconsistent.
Figured out how to travel faster than light emoticon
Super Humans emoticon
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Super Futuristic Bra

Props to Star Fleet for going with black satin over cotton but where's the tech?!? Believe me, I paused and looked but saw nothing. No mini hands-free phaser, no platinum under rigging, no LEDs (it's mostly dark out there, hence the movie's title...i think), no remote control to adjust lift or those missing LEDs. Not even a communicator. NOTHING!

Or maybe all that and more is there but it wasn't relevant to the story. If there is a third Star Trek (after Mr Abrams is done making Star Wars history!) and Kirk, Scotty or whoever is reaching behind to undo a bra I won't stop watching the movie but a part of me will feel an opportunity was missed for some real movie magic.
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  • ERNOINACTION
    Nice work! Also, what is this Star Trek you speak of? :) Here's to another great week!
    1697 days ago
  • GBSLIM
    emoticon on the body shrinkage!
    As for the movie, I haven't seen it but how very astute of you :)
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    1698 days ago
  • LOVESLIFE48
    First of all, a big congratulations on your weight loss!! That's awesome!!

    Second. you sound like my oldest son. He is always analyzing what is wrong in movies and tv!! LOL!!

    Have a great day my friend. Thanks so much for all your support, it keeps me sparkin!! emoticon
    1698 days ago
  • FITWITHIN
    Congrats on your weight lost! Keep up the great work!
    1698 days ago
  • CHERIRIDDELL
    LOL!
    1698 days ago
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