TrekWars: The Furry Conflict, submitted by Viking. People dress up in animal costumes and live out their fantasy of piloting spaceships to Jupiter or something. I don't get this whole Computer thing, why are they taking Star Wars (which was all about Jesus) and combining it with a Star Track (which was all about deviant sex), how do they expect this to work? Why are there cheetahs in space? Are these muppets?

The Furry Conflict is a combination of Star Trek and Star Wars (not necessarily in that particular order) in a 'Furry' setting. Everything in TFC takes place in an alternate timeline of events for both Star Trek and Star Wars, and primarily consists of original characters not found in traditional Star Trek and Star Wars.

This Computer thing is not my cup of tea, let me tell you people. It is a little troubling and it definitely is not for Christians. I think Captain Jaguar of the Starship Pumapaw needs to take a long hard look at Acts and Psalms and then get back to his job laying dry wall. Don't visit this Computer page, really, please don't.

– Zack "Geist Editor" Parsons (@sexyfacts4u)

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