To "just4fun26": Welcome to the squirrel-cage, and look out for the nuts. You'll find that this forum is populated by professionals and amateurs, by people who use nothing but shortening in their "buttercream," and people for whom such a recipe would violate the very definition of the word, "buttercream," by people who are intentionally disagreeable, and by people who simply have an odd sense of humor. (I fit into the latter of each pair of categories).
To "MimiFix" and "reginaherrin": Perhaps I should have said "technically stolen": Paramount has always been extremely indulgent about such things (and fan art, fan fiction, and the fanzines that publish it), where Star Trek is concerned. Unlike, say, the Union Pacific Railroad's legal department which, some years ago, tried to extort the entire model railroading industry and hobby for trademark infringement over time-honored practices that have always done railroads far more good than harm. And also unlike Disney's legal department.
Sort of like some inconsequential falsehood in answer to an arguably irrelevant question in court: technically perjury, but if the question was irrelevant in the first place, hardly actionable as such, unless there's a witch-hunt involved (and the judge is complicit in it).