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Old March 2 2011, 05:54 PM   #121
Greg Cox
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Re: Seven Deadly Sins Discuss/ Grade

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I agree about the Cardassian story, for sure. But, full disclosure, I already love Cardassians and Romulans to begin with.

Your Pakled story was excellent, too. And, apart from the Borg story, that one was probably the one I was most skeptical about.

Thanks! I admit I was a bit skeptical about that one, too!

("How the hell am I going to write 20,000 words about the Pakleds?")
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Old March 2 2011, 05:55 PM   #122
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Re: Seven Deadly Sins Discuss/ Grade

"We look for words to make us paid."
"We fall short of our aspirations all the time. What matters is that we keep trying." - Admiral Kathryn Janeway, Atonement
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