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Old November 3 2013, 08:08 PM   #6431
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for the Aurora, the groovy little spaceship commandeered and used by Dr. Sevrin and his followers in 2269.
B is for Braums. Dr. Leah Braums. Who bore a very striking resemblance to Captain Benteen. Right down to the mole.
C is for Constellation-class starships of the late 23rd and the 24th centuries.
D is for the USS Defiant. Which dissappeared through a interspatial rupture in the Tholian sector.
E is for the Enterprise-E, the sixth Federation starship and the eighth warp-capable spacecraft to bear the name if you count the early 22nd century ringship and the NX-01.
F is for Feinberger. So simple looking, yet so advanced.
G is for Gorn reflexes. Depending on which universe you're talking about they were either fairly slow or pretty quick.
H is for Heisenberg Compensators. If they don't work. Instead of transporting safely; you turn into a big pile of blue meth.
I is for Ilia's shiny, shapely, smooth and sultry bald head.
J is for Jefferies tubes.
K is for Klingon D7 battle cruisers of the 23rd century.
L is for L-374. The crew of the Constellation died when the planet killer consumed the third planet of that system.
M is for Miramanee. Another hot chick that James Kirk knocked up.
N is for Nanite technology.
O is for on some kind of star trek. Zefram Cochrane realized that Picard and company were astronauts doing this.
P is for Parasitical Beings. The mutated Nomad probe considered organic life forms such as humanoids to be these.
Q is for queen to king's level one, the correct countersign to queen to queen's level three.
R is for Romulan Warbirds, which by the late 24th century were considerably larger than the biggest Federation starships then in service.
S is for Sausalito, which Kirk couldn't get to without a lift.
T is for longstanding Tholian border disputes and skirmishes with the Federation, which seemed to dwindle with the advent of improved relations in the latter half of the 24th century.
Human instinct is pretty strong. You can't expect us to change overnight.

- Jonathan Archer, 2151
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