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Use this for cross-dimension shitposting https://nerv.8ch.net/trek/trekgenrl/1701/strek/streak/startrek/furtrek

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f60f01 No.1614[Reply]

reminder that we're in the hunger games tonight at 8pm EDT

>>>/sudo/44368

if you p'toks aren't cheering, you'll be stripped of bloodwine for the next month

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544809 No.22387

>>22386

fun fact, I had to do the poll twice because I wrote

>Rcik Berman

the first time.

I then proceeded to not notice I also misspelled it the second time so here we are.

>Also we already sent Mirror Wesley

I thought so, but we're gonna have repeats if we stick to the "Kill all Wesleys" schtick.




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77791a No.2[Reply]

Accepting banners here

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ca7dc9 No.21671

>>21510

Did he confuse Swoleness with Gay?




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2825e6 No.14060[Reply]

Let's have a weapons discussion in trek. What phaser rifles would you like to have. Would you want a Fed model, or the more brutally simple spoonhead made direct energy rifle. If the technology reaches a point where stopping powah and ammo capacity becomes relatively same, would the shape and size of direct energy weapons favor a submachine gun size instead of full length rifles.

Would you rather have a makleth instead of the larger bat'leth due to the extreme short distance of melee CQC in space ship boarding or battle situations. Do you think Worf is a klingon weeaboo who is far too focused on muh million times folded bat'leth because HONOR when he could have got a lot more more out of practical shorter bladed klingon weapons.

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c8bdd9 No.22394

>>22390

> Romulans - Dark Eldar

That implies the romulans kidnap humans for violent bondage sex orgies though.


8a5691 No.22405

>>22394

>the romulans kidnap humans for violent bondage sex

>*Romulan porn music intensifies!*

Are you suggesting that would be a bad thing?


aeb8ca No.22406

>>22390

>Star Fleet would also need to morph into the Terran Empire to fit in here as well

Prime universe Starfleet would be the Tau.


cccb95 No.22414

File: 2fe0e6f545afc7d⋯.jpg (735.22 KB, 4320x3966, 720:661, now it just needs an army ….jpg)

Stre/k/ thread takes a detour to Stre/40k/. Hmm, I'm more than okay with this for some reason.


8a5691 No.22420

>>22406

I suppose I can see that, it raises questions about who would be the Ethereals though. Khan could make a decent Astartes, if he was twice his height and ten times as swole.




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ccf45f No.18608[Reply]

Why is there a link between Star Trek fans and pedophilia?

http://articles.latimes.com/2005/apr/27/world/fg-photo27

>On one wall is a "Star Trek" poster with investigators' faces substituted for the Starship Enterprise crew. But even that alludes to a dark fact of their work: All but one of the offenders they have arrested in the last four years was a hard-core Trekkie.

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/ellen-ladowsky/pedophilia-and-star-trek_b_5857.html

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/kausfiles/2005/04/kfkeeps_upstandards.html

http://www.popmatters.com/post/star_trek_pedophilia_garage_rock/

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9fe756 No.22410

Data is the pedo.


7a5949 No.22415

>>20738

>hurr hurr you literally believe marxism is what it always said it was

Shut up clown.


13a78a No.22417

File: 560cea824b03b15⋯.jpg (31.01 KB, 500x377, 500:377, U mad, bro.jpg)

>>18636

If you're absolutely sure that you want them and their dicks to be involved in this then you could always take a page out of Norse myth, specifically follow Loki's example.

>Transform yourself into the targets literal dream woman (what do you mean you don't know their dreams, you're fucking Q).

>Let them chase you, turning them down but leaving just a hint of flirtation so that they get more and more obsessed with you each time.

>After a few months you finally give in and go back to their place

>Give them the wildest night of their life, with all the messed up shit they would deny liking even to themselves

>When they wake up the next morning, rolling over to look at the woman they want to spend the rest of their life with, they see you

>In your original body

>With a look on your face that can only be translated as 'Guess what you did last night, fag'

>Before they can even begin to process fucking and loving the guy they bullied back at school you vanish, never to be seen or heard from again

It's still kind of gay, but at least it's funnier, and more worthy of Q.


beb80d No.22418

File: 06b9ad6af6d3b97⋯.webm (1.92 MB, 320x240, 4:3, We're just_friends, Q, no….webm)

>>22417

>all that gay shit

>not even posting webm related


13a78a No.22419

>>22418

Q was a bit too attached to Picard to make that work. For maximum emotional damage he should have vanished after Picard saw him but just before he had time to process what had happened.




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8111ad No.15406[Reply]

Wil Wheaton is upset over a toy. He also still lives in delusion that people cared about Weasel Crusher.

If you're ever having a bad day /strek/ remember you are not and will never be Wil Wheaton.

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2adeb0 No.22408

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>>22407

Bare in mind Worf has a different background with his people than other klingons do. Since he was raised around humans and joined a primarily human organization and swore an oath of service to them. In a lot of ways abandoning the people he's worked his entire life to prove himself to for a group of people he's biologically related to but generally couldn't care less about him would be more dishonorable.

While Worf does appreciate and admire his culture he isn't a slave to it. He's a much more nuanced character in this regard than a lot of the other klingon characters in the series.


389d0a No.22411

>>22384

>Implying it would have been a cute teenaged female actor rather than some overfucked harridan in her late 20's trying to play a 13 year old.

>Implying that the character wouldn't be defined by a constant, burning, desire to "prove I'm better than those stupid boys!"

>Implying they wouldn't Deus Ex Machina an episode where she somehow wins a fight with a Klingon and starts crowing about what a "stronk warear wimmin!" she is "Just like Boadicea!"

>Implying we wouldn't beg to have that little faggot Wheton back after the episode where she aces the Academy leavers test before she's accepted as a student and is immediately promoted to Commander.


b81bb9 No.22412

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>>22408

>While Worf does appreciate and admire his culture he isn't a slave to it. He's a much more nuanced character in this regard than a lot of the other klingon characters in the series.

DS9 Worf, ok there's a good case to be made there. TNG Worf on the other hand was a huge slave to his klingaboo ways. If he was any bigger a slave Geordi would lower his visor look Worf right in the eyes and say: "nigger I was kuntamotherfuckingkintay and I'm telling you: dial it back nigger, we get it you're klingon through and through"


b81bb9 No.22413

>>22411

>Implying we wouldn't beg to have that little faggot Wheton back

>back

Shutupwheaton would not exist in that timeline, though I'm sure his soylike stench would manifest itself in a different way. Even in the multiverse some truths are multiversal and always true, eg:

Wheaton is a whiny soyboy who needs a hot cupful of shuthefukup.


389d0a No.22416

>>22413

>Wheaton is a whiny soyboy who needs a hot cupful of shuthefukup.

I'm not disputing that. Simply pointing out that there are worse things than that whiny soyboy.




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a1e3e8 No.22124[Reply]

What is the best kind of Star Trek particle, energy, or spatial anomoly?

and why are they tachyons and subspace eddies

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f47b0c No.22356

>>22353

Nope. I'm talking about real life real life. People that live near me that I socialize with face to face. Sometimes we watch Star Trek. It's fun. You should try it.


9ce0f5 No.22359

>>22356

>>22353

>>22351

>>22330

Lol itt /strek/ goes outside!

Meanwhile the rest of /strek/ can't fucking believe it.


a1e3e8 No.22362

>>22356

>Sometimes we watch Star Trek. It's fun. You should try it.

The people I know irl are so offended by the idea of concept they don't even want to be in the same room as someone browses past it on Netflix. The Office (American version) is the only thing that everyone can half-heartedly agree on.


412cb3 No.22368

>>22362

I don't like The Office.


c0c2a9 No.22409

>>22368

There should be a porno parody called "The Orifice"




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0dc085 No.22391[Reply]

How do smelly barbarians who intentionally eat foul tasting food to come across as tough to each other make coffee that half the staff on Deep Space 9 drink constantly. and how do I get some?

811700 No.22392

>Klingons are smelly barbarians

First time on /strek/ I see? It's common knowledge that Klingons are one of the most intelligent races in Star Trek, having an Intelligence Agency that is second to none. Klingons can crack codes that not even at their height the Obsidian Order were able to crack and are always aware of current events. The whole barbarian warrior culture thing is a complete facade, a ruse that everyone has bought into. Chances are a Klingon will know exactly everything about you and you won't even know it. That is how they are able to create the most delicious and addictive coffee in the quadrant. They were able to isolate a unified craving across all species and cater to every single one of them.


500bda No.22393

>>22392

You speak rightly, sir, except for one thing: Wasn't it established that Raktajino is a Starbucks-tier Federation knockoff of a real Klingon beverage, ra'taj?


fcba89 No.22400

File: 696574d4c975b25⋯.jpg (101.72 KB, 705x530, 141:106, Raktajino 2.jpg)

>>22391

>smelly barbarians

They smell like lilac.

>foul tasting food

Have you ever actually eaten Klingon food, or are you going off what the sensitive, weak, pansy-ass Federation crews have to say about it?

>make coffee that half the staff on Deep Space 9 drink constantly

Maybe that's a clue that Klingon food isn't as bad as most Federation people make it out to be.

>and how do I get some?

You make it.

Mix:

>1 1/2 cup powdered non-dairy creamer

>3/4 - 1 cup cup sugar (depending on how sweet you want it)

>1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa

>6 tbsp instant coffee (half for caffeine-lightweights)

>1/2 tsp ground allspice

>1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

>Optional, pinch of nutmeg

Once mixed add 3 teaspoons of it to every 3/4 cups hot (not boiling/boiled) water. It should be thick like a hot cocoa. You'll have enough powder to make like 10 or so servings of Raktajino, maybe more. Drink.


5e7c36 No.22403

>>22393

As far as I can remember, Ra'taj (lit, translates as 'commanders knife') was basically a pretty hardcore caffeine/other stimulants injection developed by the Klingon military to let them stay up all night planning and still be ready for battle in the morning. Given the natural resilience of Klingons compared to humans, Star Fleet couldn't use the initial recipe without giving every officer who drank it heart palpitations. This lead to a watered down, weakened, and disgustingly named 'raktajino' adding the -ino suffix stolen from Cappuccino by designers of shitty hipster coffees for centuries. The fucking plebs in Star Fleet probably added fucking vanilla syrup to it or something, they're like the Burgers are today - if someone else has something interesting, fun, or even just 'kinda nice' they have to steal it, subvert it, change it beyond recognition, and spread it everywhere.




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4f0e27 No.9885[Reply]

What'll you do when he dies? Will you have the same reaction as when Spock passed away?

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2f2e25 No.22374

>>17830

>Fight me.

Why? That's like saying you prefer fresh cool drinking water compared to drinking sewage. Of course his version of Common People is better. It even tops the original klingon version.


fba670 No.22396

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>>9887

>called Wil Wheaton a fuckhead


3bf27c No.22397

>>9885

TV made him a star. Twitter made him a legend.

He will never die. He will ascend.


fba670 No.22398

File: 5d7d509cdc4a829⋯.jpg (70.24 KB, 347x500, 347:500, 70f4ebbef1f20476c9f7a074df….jpg)

Shatner is surprisingly lucid for an old man who was on a goofy tv show in the 60s. Like he admitted to browsing 4chan and was on two successful television shows after Star Trek (both of which lasted longer. TJ Hooker and Boston Legal. The latter of which even won him Emmys)

People make fun of Shatner a lot and generally the fanbase scoffs at him and prefers Nimoy. But the guy was genuinely successful in life (much moreso than Nimoy who was typecast after Star Trek and was only really well known for voice over work after it)

While I think Nimoy was technically a superior actor Shatner was significantly more entertaining and had a much greater screen presence. There's a reason why fans tend to cast themselves as Kirk in fan films. People want to be that goofy but charismatic hero who journeys through the galaxy. And I think long after his inevitable death people will still want to embody him.


6b88e0 No.22402

I'll be momentarily sad, and move on, like when any celebrity dies.




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5c976a No.18910[Reply]

The Cardassians are the greatest race in all the Glaxay. Talk about your favorite Cardassians and how they are superior to other inferior races.

Does anytone think they are autistic enough to try writing a Cardassian style mystery novel?

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5c976a No.22202

>>22193

Undefeated twelve years running.


7769b6 No.22271

>>22202

Only man that looks like he could beat Kirk's record.


d4319f No.22272

>>22271

Kirk had ~75 years in the Nexus to build a headstart, Dukat has a ways to go.


a88e23 No.22275

>>22067

>>22193

>>22202

>>22271

>>22272

If I get a little better with paint I might make this a thread.


d0603e No.22389

File: ad48f8a9fc38654⋯.jpg (29.53 KB, 479x219, 479:219, Dukat, my ascension.jpg)

>>22275

>Thread of Dukat eating out Hasparat

I am weirdly OK with this idea, and I don't think I like that.




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637cf2 No.130[Reply]

Some Trek related webms to share.

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98ea4b No.22255

>>10827

>That low tier tranny voice acting for Crusher

Is this a German thing?


eec4d8 No.22256

>>22255

Low Effort Trannys?

Yes


51392f No.22258

>>18472

This was painful to watch. I like Worf and the idea of a Klingon on board but I hate how the emasculated him and turned him into more or less of a joke.


eec4d8 No.22259

>>22258

That's the joke?


0fc990 No.22381

File: 787c0c7c837fadf⋯.webm (972.94 KB, 768x576, 4:3, Answers are dangerous.webm)




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93e120 No.15661[Reply]

A thread for Star Trek questions that don't need a thread of their own.

I'll start with: why do so many junior officers in TNG wear command-track uniforms? Worf, LaForge, even soyboy Crusher wore red when he got a full uniform.

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db1dd6 No.22373

So I just noticed, that I never watched any of the TNG movies. Are they worth watching? Is there one I have to watch or shouldn't watch at all?


843506 No.22375

>>22373

First Contact isn't bad, at least those parts that don't include the Borg Queen. None of the other ones are worth your time however.


450967 No.22376

>>20969

>It's a portable microcosm of starfleet to flaunt in the faces of aliens who haven't joined the federation yet.

That's what it appears to be yes. Enterprise D=the fed's showroom luxury condo\galaxy class cruise ship to show and entice new planetary suckers membership.

>>22373

Pretty much agree with >>22375, FC is probably the best or least suckass out of the bunch. The other ones are only worth it for maybe the very early Maskettaman screen test scene.


db1dd6 No.22378

File: 97e471bc4a0e9e1⋯.jpg (20.77 KB, 466x658, 233:329, 97e471bc4a0e9e1440ce55128c….jpg)

>>22376

Bane?


450967 No.22380

HookTube embed. Click on thumbnail to play.



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4f1330 No.11264[Reply]

A former model and actor is accusing Star Trek icon George Takei of sexual assault in 1981. The accuser, Scott R. Brunton, who was 23 at the time of the alleged incident, claims that Takei took advantage of him when he was most vulnerable.

"This happened a long time ago, but I have never forgotten it," Brunton tells The Hollywood Reporter in an interview. "It is one of those stories you tell with a group of people when people are recounting bizarre instances in their lives, this always comes up. I have been telling it for years, but I am suddenly very nervous telling it."

Brunton says he was living in Hollywood in 1981, working as a waiter and beginning a career as a commercial actor and model when he met a 43- or 44-year-old Takei one evening at Greg's Blue Dot bar. The men exchanged numbers and would call one another from time to time as well as run into each other at clubs, Brunton says. When Brunton broke up with his then-boyfriend, he spoke with Takei. "He said, 'Let me know what your new number is' and I did. And not long after we broke up and I moved out, George called me," Brunton recalls.

Takei, as Brunton tells it, invited him to dinner and the theater. "He was very good at consoling me and understanding that I was upset and still in love with my boyfriend," Brunton says. "He was a great ear. He was very good about me spilling my heart on my sleeve."

The two men went back to the actor's condo for a drink the same night. "We have the drink and he asks if I would like another," Brunton recalls. "And I said sure. So, I have the second one, and then all of a sudden, I begin feeling very disoriented and dizzy, and I thought I was going to pass out. I said I need to sit down and he said sit over here and he had the giant yellow beanbag chair. So I sat down in that and leaned my head back and I must have passed out."

"The next thing I remember I was coming to and he had my pants down around my ankles and he was groping my crotch and trying to get my underwear off and feeling me up at the same time, trying to get his hands down my underwear," Brunton says. "I came to and said, 'WhaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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50302a No.17158

>>11285

Fine. I admit. Moving on.


c93a22 No.18209

>>11285

What if you are the one who wants to be raped?


71e2da No.22363

>>11361

> thinks all men are gay and that being aggressive to have sex with them is fine

So Takei is basically a fujoshi in a man's body?


33385d No.22366

File: 52bb807d32fcd2d⋯.jpg (147.36 KB, 880x660, 4:3, Janeway.jpg)


5f196e No.22371

File: 1e5eb58d69ea168⋯.jpg (38.81 KB, 620x359, 620:359, Jennifer Just'd Lien.jpg)

>>22366

Hold on here are we talking about the character or the actor. Because if we're talking about the latter and not the former, well see pic rel.




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21cd22 No.8413[Reply]

/strek/ recipe thread or is OP more of a faggot than usual?

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4b81a5 No.22354

>>21508

She never pitched it as a klingon drink, she called it an earth drink. She never said the klingons drank it.


8851af No.22364

File: 081aa8ddfb88d8a⋯.jpg (74.54 KB, 600x553, 600:553, e8ce_star_trek_cookbook.jpg)

I have a copy of pic related. AMA


e86e41 No.22365

>>22364

After the eyes of the Neelix on the cover stole your soul, did you turn Jewish, ginger, or both?


74875c No.22367

>>22364

Know where I can get it?


b28007 No.22369

>>22367

Try googling it you lazy fuck. It's on just about every online bookseller. 20 bucks new on Amazon.




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78fdab No.10220[Reply]

Why did Kirk climb the mountain?

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e4e769 No.20931

>>20920

with teeny toes.


5491be No.22245

>>20931

Having a rough poop.

This song helped.


a2a5cf No.22267

>>22245

>Teeny toes challenged the poop

Holy shit nigger how far does your legs bend?


039451 No.22279

>>22267

All the way, apparently.


f8cb7a No.22358

>>22267

Who said they were his toes?




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a4396c No.22072[Reply]

Ferengi Lets be honest no one can build up a society on greed etc.

The rules of acquisition are retarded beyond help.

If the ferengi where real and not retarded then the first generation ferengi would realize that not telling the rules to their kids is the best idea ever(and actually in accordance with the rules "exploit your family").

Basicaly

>Son I'm only out there for you(Lie)

>We need to stick together (Lie)

>Money is the root of all evil (Lie)

>You are better of without this evil (Lie)

>Work for my family cooperative (I pay you nothing) I give you food etc.

>Because I love you (Lie)

>All other ferengi are evil and obey the evil commandments of the rules of acquisition (Lie)

congratulations you have a worker that will not quit and works for no money, you only need to give him food and the minimum.

Teaching him the values of poverty can only be good.

Not to even speak of how their society would collapse within days not even speaking of years.

Not to speak how devastating it is to literally say these things to your customers and how bad these rules are even from a business perspective

>Once you have their money, you never give it back.

Looks like someone never heard of net benefits(calculated in money) and what salting/bridge burning with customers is.

Sometimes its simply more profitable to replace something and suffer a loss to have a customer wPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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3f5588 No.22347

>>22340

>False. They can't restrict the supply of these things, they have no control over distribution, there's no way they could reasonably charge for these things.

Make that clean water and air, and oh yes they can. Try and find clean, fresh water in the middle of a city that doesn't come out of a bottle or a tap. I'll wait. And consider places like Beijing where the air is thick with smog to the point of toxicity.

>be onna farm, draw water from aquifer

>BigMcLargeCo™ buys a plot upstream, turns it into a landfill

>you object

<you can't control what I do with my property

>suddenly aquifer is poison

<lol buy my bottled water goy

Or while I'm bitching, how about this scenario.

>be onna farm

>have well developed water plan such that the most rainfall possible is retained in the soil and any excess is diverted safely

>neighbors upstream and downstream go 'nah, that sounds like work'

>neighbor upstream has insufficient drainage, whenever it downpours it spills over into your property and washes out your fields

>neighbor downstream has insufficient drainage, and whenever it downpours it blocks up with debris and floods your fields

>you object

<see previous rebuttal

And that's assuming a 'best case scenario' of stupidity rather than active malice. What if BicMcLargeCo™ up and down stream did this deliberately with the intent of running you out of business so they could buy the land for nothing?


11f0be No.22348

>>22347

>you can't control what I do with my property

In a privatized system your scenario would be considered an infringement on the farmer's property rights. Same with all other pollution performed in this manner. This would be reflected in privatized courts, and was even the standard practice in public courts, until Congress (see: the state) arbitrarily decreed that this type of property infringement was OK, because the polluting factory was working to the "benefit of society". Examples of this that haven't been cucked by state intervention is the possibility to successfully sue someone for excessively loud music, i.e. sound pollution.

https://mises.org/library/libertarian-manifesto-pollution

https://mises.org/library/law-property-rights-and-air-pollution

https://mises.org/library/pollution-and-government-failure-china


4a85ba No.22349

>>22348

For clarification, the guy you responded to wasn't me, the one you and the other anon made the effortposts against. I'll answer them tomorrow as I have to go bed, but boy, there is a lot to dissect there.

For future clarification I'll put on this flag.


c9ab3e No.22350

>>22347

>>BigMcLargeCo™ buys a plot upstream, turns it into a landfill

><you can't control what I do with my property

That's not how property rights work. A property claim is not simply carte blanche to do whatever you like within a line of the ground. If you poison the aquifer, you've violated the property rights of anyone downstream of you. Before the EPA was created and effectively outlawed the practice, people used to sue and win over those sorts of things.

>What if BicMcLargeCo™ up and down stream did this deliberately with the intent of running you out of business so they could buy the land for nothing?

They'd get sued into oblivion, because property rights aren't just a fucking line on the ground.


c9ab3e No.22352

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