The Ten Commandments of MSTing. Nov 16, 2006 3:32:33 GMT -5
Post by J. T./Jessica on Nov 16, 2006 3:32:33 GMT -5
 Thou shalt know the glory of the first MSTers in Joel Robinson and Mike Nelson, along with Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo, and honor them above all MSTers.
 Thou shalt also pay homage to the First Generation of MSTers, among them the mighty Ksawarrior and great Peter Suzuki, for they have laid the groundwork upon which thou trods.
 Thou shalt not take on MSTing in vain, seeking only to harm others pointlessly, remembering that MSTing is meant to be creative commentary aimed to aid or shame, not insult.
 Remember the Saturday, for that is the day on which Mystery Science Theater 3000 once aired, and keep it holy. Six days shalt thou mock the shit, but the seventh thou shalt rest in honor of that which started it all and neither thou or thy son, nor thy daughter, thy manservant, thy maidservant nor thy housemate or roommate shall MST, for on this day you are to honor the Satellite of Love and those on her.
 Honor those MSTers who came before you and those that MST in thy time, that you may be honored and not accursed thyself.
 Thou shalt not torture (beyond reason), murder or pervert characters upon your team without cause, for the wrath of those before you will be on your head and they will returneth to smite your ass.
 Thou shalt not turn thy MSTs into nought but random lemon situations interspersed with the rare MSTing remark.
 Thou shalt not steal jokes by using them without acknowledging those who created them when their creator remains known unto the internet.
 Thou shalt not lie unto the internet and claim as thy own that which is not.
 Thou shalt not 'borrow' the crew of other MSTers without permission, nor their ship, nor their jokes, nor anything which is theirs without permission.
I should note that this was inspired partly by the ORIGINAL Ten Commandments, and by these Ten Commandments.