Thursday, April 29, 2010

Orthograph #80 Damn Klingons!

14 comments:

nothinghypothetical said...

What does it mean when no one cared enough to argue with me?

margaret said...

Klingons and Orthodoxy in the same graphic. Only you.

Alexander said...

Beam me up ...St. Dimitri!

Anam Cara said...

Alexander, I think that should be, "Beam me us St. Donald."

http://orthodoxwiki.org/Donald_of_Ogilvy

I love this one, hope it's in "The Book."

Elizabeth @ The Garden Window said...

I don;t think we can damn all Klingons; some of the Good Book has been translated into Klingon http://www.tlg.uci.edu/~opoudjis/Klingon/mark.new.html :-)

Mind, talking about Orthodoxy to some Christians, we might as well be talking Klingon to them .......

Athanasia said...

"I'm givin' her all she's got Cap'n....er...Lord!"

Alexander said...

Anyway, if you have watched Star Trek TNG, Klingons have now been converted...

Click here

(P.S. That is an icon of saint Christoforos He is depicted like that because he was very beautifull and caused "scandal" to women so he asked God to make him "as ugly as possible"...so he did!)

s-p said...

Alexander, I knew it! St. Christopher the Dog Faced was really an alien Klingon!

Alexander said...

Joke all you like, but there was a bunch of alien cult/neopagans in Greece who actually said that this icon proved that there were aliens... That's why I posted the note at the end...

You never know who will get a weird notion...!!! :-D

Anonymous said...

How does one say "bacon sandwich" in Klingon?

Peter Gardner said...

"Christ is Risen" in Klingon:

Hu'ta' QISt!
Hu'bejta'

Peter Gardner said...

The closest Klingon equivalent to a bacon sandwich would probably be wamwI' burgh -- stomach coated in a mixture of cartilage and grain.

Anonymous said...

Some of my best friends are Klingons....

Alix

Fr. Ernesto Obregon said...

As proof that Klingons were here first, here (http://www.dm.net/~karen/sca/scribes/klingon.html) is an illustrated manuscript of the Lord's Prayer in Klingon.