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The Next Generation All Good Things come to an end...but not here.

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Old August 3 2013, 05:50 AM   #31
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Re: Admiral Jarok, the Norkan massacre and Romulan isolation

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It isn't relevant or helpful information, as it's not Romulan activities that are of interest to our heroes, it's Romulan motivations.
It sure the hell is relevant and helpful information that the Romulans are still aggressive and prone to unprovoked attacks even after 50 years of no contact. That's a lot more info about them than "rumor and speculation."

At most, it's among the probable interpretations.
What? No it's not. The interpretation is clear as day. The Tomed Incident took place 50 years before TNZ, and there was no Federation contact since then. The way Riker and Picard phrased their conversation isn't ambiguous at all.
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