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View Poll Results: Which episode is better?
The Jihad 14 87.50%
The Lorelei Signal 2 12.50%
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Old April 23 2011, 07:17 PM   #16
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Re: The Jihad vs. The Lorelei Signal

Yes, and calling it a "jihad".
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Old April 23 2011, 08:21 PM   #17
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Re: The Jihad vs. The Lorelei Signal

I've not been able to watch through my TAS boxset for a while and when I do, my daughter inevitably asks for the "Woman episode"

Side note, as well as being thoroughly entertained by The Lorelei Signal, she also suggested during Kirk's "To Boldy Go..." recently that women might also boldy go too

But the last time I watched The Jihad, I enjoyed it more than a lot of live action TOS episodes. If we're not doing desert island episodes, and I don't have to deny my daughter her women's episode, I'd vote for The Jihad.
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Old April 23 2011, 08:59 PM   #18
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Re: The Jihad vs. The Lorelei Signal

The Squire of Gothos wrote: View Post
she also suggested during Kirk's "To Boldy Go..." recently that women might also boldy go too
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uaYtgThwLBE#t=1m06
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Old April 23 2011, 09:07 PM   #19
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CorporalCaptain wrote: View Post
What I meant was, I wonder whether the Dune series, being so prominent in science fiction, Dune winning the Hugo and Nebula and all, had any influence specifically on Stephen Kandel's usage of the term when writing that particular episode.
Much MORE likely is the 1973 Yom Kippur War--which Sadat labeled a Jihad--influencing Kandel.

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I have green memories.
Where did this term originate??? I have never found this out.

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Old April 23 2011, 09:25 PM   #20
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What I meant was, I wonder whether the Dune series, being so prominent in science fiction, Dune winning the Hugo and Nebula and all, had any influence specifically on Stephen Kandel's usage of the term when writing that particular episode.
Much MORE likely is the 1973 Yom Kippur War--in which Sadat labeled a Jihad--influenced Kandel.
Aha! Interesting idea. Thanks.
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Old April 23 2011, 10:19 PM   #21
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Much MORE likely is the 1973 Yom Kippur War--in which Sadat labeled a Jihad--influenced Kandel.
I suspected it might be something like that, but I wasn't sure if jihadist rhetoric was a major thing in Mideast affairs prior to the Iranian Revolution. (And if it only came from Sadat, it would've been just rhetoric, since he wasn't a member of the ulama (clergy) and thus had no authority to declare jihad.)


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I have green memories.
Where did this term originate??? I have never found this out.
My best guess is that it's a variant on "in memory yet green," which apparently means memory that remains fresh and vivid (and positive?) even after a long time.
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Old April 29 2011, 01:37 PM   #22
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Re: The Jihad vs. The Lorelei Signal

And another one bows out. Here's all the results so far...

Round 1 Results

Bem (5%)
Albatross (95%)

The Slaver Weapon (65%)
The Pirates of Orion (35%)

The Ambergris Element (52%)
More Tribbles, More Troubles (48%)

The Eye of the Beholder (90%)
Mudd's Passion (10%)

The Terratin Incident (31.25%)
The Magicks of Megas-Tu (68.75%)

Yesteryear (100%)
The Practical Joker (0%)

How Sharper Than A Serpent's Tooth?
BYE

The Infinite Vulcan
BYE

The Survivor
BYE

One of Our Planets is Missing
BYE

Beyond the Farthest Star
BYE

Once Upon a Planet
BYE

The Jihad
BYE

The Lorelei Signal
BYE

The Time Trap
BYE

The Counter-Clock Incident
BYE

Quarter Finals Results
The Time Trap (75%)
The Counter-Clock Incident (25%)

The Jihad (87.5%)
The Lorelei Signal (12.5%)
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