Government Website Offers Klingon Translation

image by Marcin Wichary, wikimedia commons

image by Marcin Wichary, wikimedia commons

“The Klingon translation started out as a promotion for the Star Trek Into Darkness movie that premiered in May,” the Chicago Tribune reports. “It has remained long after the movie release because the department received positive feedback from some who found it humorous.”

Anyone else have a problem with government money being used to promote Star Trek: Into Darkness?

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