Re: Star Trek: Tesseract -- Part II
tau136Lastly, I'm interested in your use of the word "sub-par" to describe the crew. You really think they're below average?
Begging your pardon ma’am . . . but yes they are sub par; at least so far as you can say (& you did) that they've yet to reach their potential. My point was this isn't a ship with a seasoned nucleus of staff or one that has cherry picked the best from every quarter. They've still to anneal as individuals and as a crew. They should have had time to shake down but they've been flung into the thick from the start; so now the question is are they going to rise to the situation or be overwhelmed by it.
With its abundance of liquid water, Earth supports a large variety of lifeforms, including potentially intelligent species such as dolphins and humans . . . Please enjoy your stay on Planet Earth.
Last edited by tau136; July 30 2010 at 04:03 AM.
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