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« on: 05 16, 2017, 07:54: AM »

tlhIngan jIH! (I am Klingon) I am Lt. JG tai Tel'peH of the house of ja'Duch. I am the commanding officer (Captain) of the Imperial Klingon Vessel Qa'Vak patrolling the South Houston sector in the Cold Revenge Quadrant in the Cold Terror Fleet of the Klingon Assault Group (KAG).

  I have been a Trekkie nearly all my life. I grew up watching TNG with my grandfather, who had a casual interest in the show. I have been tlhIngan for jav ben (6 years). The warrior culture has always been appealing to me and Klingons I always felt were the best part of Star Trek

My fellow KAG members and I are promoting the tlhIngan nugh (society). We put on panels at conventions were we describe tlhIngan nugh to the tera'nganpu (terrans) who show up. We teach them how to stay safe when visiting the tlhIngan wo' (Empire). Most tera'nganpu seem to think we are all violent warriors, but we let them know there are other aspects of our nugh that aren't really shown much on screen. Not everything is cannon but we build upon the traditions of our no' (ancestors). We have several aspects that are not going to be accepted by tlhInganpu outside of our group, but we don't care. Things like, we started a Klingon taboo sort of a tlhIngan S&M speakeasy where tlhInganpu​ go and offer the password to be let in and where things the tlhIngan nugh would not approve of are done like cuddling.

There are two ships in the Houston, Texas area mine and the IKV Logh Veng and we are always looking for new tlhInganpu who are interested in living the tlhIngan yIn (life). If you are interested in joining us you can contact me here or via email.

QuvlIjDaq yIH tu'be'lu'jaj! (may your coordinates be free of Tribbles)

Tel'peH house of ja'Duch
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« Reply #1 on: 05 19, 2017, 05:44: PM »

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We have several aspects that are not going to be accepted by tlhInganpu outside of our group, but we don't care. Things like, we started a Klingon taboo sort of a tlhIngan S&M speakeasy where tlhInganpu go and offer the password to be let in and where things the tlhIngan nugh* would not approve of are done like cuddling.

Such places may be widely reviled, but they serve a vital purpose. After endless hours of dealing with irritating lesser beings at the Consulate, I for one frequent an underground dive called “The Tiny Kitten” where the passphrase is “Unbroken noses are sexy.” Here I spend top darsek** to pound back shots of room-temperature distilled water while engaged in fierce games of Candy Land and Go Ghoti***.

Only then can I return to my job of belligerent bureaucracy and obnoxious obfuscation at the KIDC with a clear head and renewed sense of purpose.


*society
**a standard unit of currency used in the Empire
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