Klingons Have Infiltrated Harbour Air

They’re a plague on the universe. Check out the Harbour Air website. They’re bald-faced about declaring their new allegiance. I’ve added the Klingon flag for comparison:

Harbour Air, Infiltrated by Klingons

Of course they’re carbon-neutral. Even a ceti eel knows that warp drives don’t emit greenhouse gasses.

Incidentally, does Wikipedia really need a thousand words on the Klingon High Council? I must review the notability rules.


  1. Ha! Good catch. Growing up in Ontario, I always got a chuckle from Ontario’s inverted Klingon logo.

    They *say* it’s a trillium, but I know better. 😉

  2. Derek: Hmm…I’m not really sure. Context is really important for information. In a digital context, we currently lose a lot of signals for relative importance. That’s something that’s sorely missing from Wikipedia.

    I just wish the depth of information was as exhaustive on every subject as it was on Star Trek. And that there were a bunch of more obvious queues for the relative notability of a given topic.

  3. Haha! I never would have caught that. That there’s a slight association (aircraft/spacecraft) is amusing.

    I got a chuckle from Ontario’s NEW logo. 😛

  4. Heheh, nice one. 🙂

    If I’m not 100% mistaken the Klingon logo even is called “Imperial Threeleaf” at least in one or two novels, so it’s even a closer fit. (I mean it’s supposed to be the leafs of some alien plant, stylized of course, just as in the airline’s logo). 🙂

  5. hehe, wikipedia definitely lacks the touch! Though not only wiki, google is not not counting on context search either. Ever heard about ICDL? They say they’re gonna change the Web forever…take a look at omfica.org

  6. I do think a long article on the Klingon High Council may be excessive, but the deletionists seem to be going a bit far. I’ve started a couple of articles on obscure but still interesting topics and had them purged in short order. Sure, I could get on the Talk pages and make arguments and so on, but it’s not worth the effort — and that’s the point. I get the feeling that in 2007 Wikipedia stopped being fun and easy for average people to contribute to, and that it will suffer in the long run for it.

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