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Klingon food . . . makes your mouth water, doesn't it? Yet, there are
still questions about Imperial cuisine that need answers.
Pipius Claw. WHAT HAPPENS TO THE REST OF THE PIPIUS????
And, the Klingon fascination with chocolate? Parties with chocolates,
all shapes and sizes. Klingon applying the sweet gooey stuff to their
bodies . . . also all shapes and sizes.
So let's talk size of the chocolate. Let's talk big. Real big. No.
Bigger than that.
Ten pounds. I suggest to you this . . . www.heavychocolate.com/
Four types. A milk chocolate, a French Vanilla, a bittersweet
chocolate, and "High Sierra White." I haven't had that last one . . . I
prefer my cocoa poisons on the dark side.
There are other ten pound bars of chocolate "out there" for sale -- the
Ghirardelli folks make an excellent one. But the HEAVY CHOCOLATE folks
charge about half as much. $39.95 . . . and that INCLUDES the shipping
What I'D like to see would be a Klingon trying to break a ten pound bar
of chocolate with his -- or her -- head. Holding it in both hands and
lowering it quickly onto the top of the noggin. There are other things
I'd like to see too, but space and decorum have me in a bind.
mention you're a Klingon -- it can't hurt.
Get KAG into a mag.
Is there some local or regional publication that you think could use
us, as we use them? Most magazines (good ones) have a four-to-six month
lead-time, so if you want to make a Christmas issue, then June/July is
your time. Write to the editor, write to a reporter that you think
would give you a good write-up. What's your "angle?" Why should they
give valuable space to you? Figure that out, then proceed.
Oh, and if they DON'T do a story on you and your ship, tell 'em you'll
break a ten pound bar of chocolate over their heads.
Just kidding. Possibly.
Chocolate lover (especially the bittersweet kind.)
And for chocolate donations:
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North Hollywood CA 91601