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Old December 20 2009, 06:10 AM   #31
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Re: Michael Eddingtonnnnn....

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Like I said, Chakotay is an example of a Maquis who was truly honorable and actually likeable.
And very boring.
i don't think so. it was quite pleasant to see an officer who derived authority not from a loud voice and testosterone like the rikers or siskos.
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Old December 20 2009, 04:23 PM   #32
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Like I said, Chakotay is an example of a Maquis who was truly honorable and actually likeable.
And very boring.
i don't think so. it was quite pleasant to see an officer who derived authority not from a loud voice and testosterone like the rikers or siskos.
Coming in here with your Voyager-liking ways. Most people in this forum have a "Thank God Braga Didn't Touch DS9" t-shirt.
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Old December 20 2009, 05:56 PM   #33
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Re: Michael Eddingtonnnnn....

Kai Winn wrote: View Post
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Like I said, Chakotay is an example of a Maquis who was truly honorable and actually likeable.
And very boring.
i don't think so. it was quite pleasant to see an officer who derived authority not from a loud voice and testosterone like the rikers or siskos.
And in the end it's better to be boring than a jerk.
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Old December 20 2009, 06:49 PM   #34
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Re: Michael Eddingtonnnnn....

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And very boring.
i don't think so. it was quite pleasant to see an officer who derived authority not from a loud voice and testosterone like the rikers or siskos.
And in the end it's better to be boring than a jerk.
Not if you're a character in a TV show.
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