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For everyone concerned with the use of the Starfleet delta, I.E., the Enterprise insignia in Discovery, please consider this memo from Bob Justman circa 1967.

It explains that other starships having its own emblem was a production error, not something intended. They did roll with it, but it was never the intention of the day, hence its resolution in The Motion Picture.

so my sister’s middle school had a dress-up-as-your-favorite-character day and one of her teachers, a guy named mr. davis, came in dressed as tos captain kirk.

my sister was eating lunch and chatting with her friends, asking what characters they were dressed as, and mr. davis was in on the fun. he said to the group, “i bet you don’t know who i am,” and my little sixth grade sister looked him dead in the eye and said “yeah i do. you’re captain kirk.” honestly i’m so proud of her because that was 200% due to my dubious influence, and mr. davis was probably shook to hell that a 12-year-old in india recognised a costume from an american 1966 show… but that’s star trek for you, I guess!

Jim Kirk: a soft man who loves his friends and crew more than anything. Appreciates flowers. Misrepresented as a fuckboy in popular culture.

Archie Andrews: a soft boy who loves his friends and family more than anything. Would appreciate flowers if anyone gave him any. Misrepresented as a fuckboy in popular culture.

Conclusion: Archie Andrews is the Jim Kirk of Riverdale (addition: this applies to Riverdale Archie only, but both versions of Jim Kirk)

Okay so Spock was born and raised on Vulcan, a planet that canonically has a higher gravity than Earth. At least partially due to this, Vulcans have much denser bone and muscles than humans (part of why they are so much stronger than us) meaning that per m^3 Vulcans weigh more than the average human. Considering Spock, the beanpole that he is, has been stated to have the strength of 3 average men it is logical to deduce that his muscle mass is up to 3 times as dense as that of the average human meaning it is up to 3 times as heavy (I’m not a physician so don’t quote me on this). All this considered, no matter the math, Spock is heavy af, so

how strong is Kirk????????