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Not even in an alternate timeline is the crew safe from the horrors of Ensign Mary Sue. 
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Here are a few of my favorite things: cool drawings, education, and humor.

+Laura Hamilton​ manages to produce all three at once on a semi-regular basis. If you want fun facts about silly birds, scary facts about evil birds, or just practical bird identification guides (sort of), you should seriously check out her Patreon campaign.
Patreon is empowering a new generation of creators. Support and engage with artists and creators as they live out their passions!
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Star Trek: The Next Generation (SNES, 1994)
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Small moments like this make my inner-geek smile all day. 
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Found this at a pawn shop. Thing works great.
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If you’ve ever had a problem identifying your luggage at the airport, the Fine Line Workshop in Pennsylvania will fix that for you – they’ve got a line of leather-clad ‘monster boxes’ that are hard to miss and look like they carry a serious bite.
Each hand-made box is decorated by sculpting leather over a wooden box. Glass eyes, fake teeth and paint transform them into ‘mimic’ creatures from the Dungeons and Dragons table-top roleplaying game that trick adventurers into approaching them by disguising themselves as treasure chests.
The workshop, run by artist Mellie Z, uses fantasy and RPG elements heavily in their work, so if this is something you’re into, be sure to check out their Etsy shop for tons of other leather products!
More info: finelineleatherdesign.com | Etsy | Facebook (h/t: demilked)
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A lovely theatre in a good location. Good seats and setups.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Nearly flawless hotel experience, shared a two-bed room which was roomy. Thin walls though, so noisy neighbours might bother your getting to sleep. Did not try the breakfast or hotel wifi.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Coleslaw was good, Chicken burger with mild lemon sauce was good (but why on baguette bread?) Vegetarian patty in a pita bread pocket was abysmal, way dominated by mint or other herb leaves. Good decor and reasonable ordering system. Go here if you like peri-peri (piri-piri, African bird's eye chili) sauce, otherwise go elsewhere.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A decent place, with porridge and bananas and sandwiches and whatnot. You should go to a tiny six-table café instead though.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Lovely old pub, I ate a great "hunter's chicken" there. Others loved the fish and chips.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Good burger, exotic matchstick-sized fries (if you choose them), but the noise level was awful, I guess they have not paid any attention to echo dampening (hard walls, sound bounces a lot) so don't go here if you hate noisy restaurants.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Pretty good place, don't expect anything excellent though. Above average food, good service, it's sort of like a school cafeteria.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago