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Old January 5 2014, 11:11 PM   #7141
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Andorian Antennae.
B is for Bolian tongue cartilage.
C is for Cestus III, the colony whose destruction sent the Enterprise in hot pursuit of the Gorns.
D is for Denobulan facial muscles, which allowed for some very wide smiles. Very wide.
E is for Exeter, the ill-fated command of Ronald Tracey.
F is for Flag of the Federation.
G is for Grissom, the ill-fated command of J.T. Esteban.
H is for Hood, the nearly ill-fated command of someone in the M-5 battle drills.
I is for the Intrepid, where Sergey Rozhenko served as chief engineer at the time of the Khitomer massacre of 2346.
J is for Jim Kirk's smooth hairless chest.
K is for Kang, the legendary Klingon commander and warrior who once faced off against Captain Sulu of the Federation starship Excelsior during the Khitomer Conference of 2293.
L is for Lateral Sensor Array. Why starships orbit planets sideways.
M is for Morn the Lurian. Always quiet, except when he was a blabbermouth.
N is for Natural selection. Which works very differently in the fictional Star Trek universe.
O is for Odona of Gideon.
P is for Parmen of Platonius, the authoritarian leader of his people who met his match when the Enterprise 1701 crew visited in 2268.
Q is for Quantum torpedoes.
R is for Romulus and Remus. If the Remans were such great warriors. They should have killed off the Romulans ages ago.
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Old January 6 2014, 12:28 AM   #7142
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Andorian Antennae.
B is for Bolian tongue cartilage.
C is for Cestus III, the colony whose destruction sent the Enterprise in hot pursuit of the Gorns.
D is for Denobulan facial muscles, which allowed for some very wide smiles. Very wide.
E is for Exeter, the ill-fated command of Ronald Tracey.
F is for Flag of the Federation.
G is for Grissom, the ill-fated command of J.T. Esteban.
H is for Hood, the nearly ill-fated command of someone in the M-5 battle drills.
I is for the Intrepid, where Sergey Rozhenko served as chief engineer at the time of the Khitomer massacre of 2346.
J is for Jim Kirk's smooth hairless chest.
K is for Kang, the legendary Klingon commander and warrior who once faced off against Captain Sulu of the Federation starship Excelsior during the Khitomer Conference of 2293.
L is for Lateral Sensor Array. Why starships orbit planets sideways.
M is for Morn the Lurian. Always quiet, except when he was a blabbermouth.
N is for Natural selection. Which works very differently in the fictional Star Trek universe.
O is for Odona of Gideon.
P is for Parmen of Platonius, the authoritarian leader of his people who met his match when the Enterprise 1701 crew visited in 2268.
Q is for Quantum torpedoes.
R is for Romulus and Remus. If the Remans were such great warriors. They should have killed off the Romulans ages ago.
S is for Sarek of Vulcan. Distinguished ambassador to Earth and to the Federation in both the Prime and Abrams timelines.
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Old January 6 2014, 02:37 AM   #7143
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Andorian Antennae.
B is for Bolian tongue cartilage.
C is for Cestus III, the colony whose destruction sent the Enterprise in hot pursuit of the Gorns.
D is for Denobulan facial muscles, which allowed for some very wide smiles. Very wide.
E is for Exeter, the ill-fated command of Ronald Tracey.
F is for Flag of the Federation.
G is for Grissom, the ill-fated command of J.T. Esteban.
H is for Hood, the nearly ill-fated command of someone in the M-5 battle drills.
I is for the Intrepid, where Sergey Rozhenko served as chief engineer at the time of the Khitomer massacre of 2346.
J is for Jim Kirk's smooth hairless chest.
K is for Kang, the legendary Klingon commander and warrior who once faced off against Captain Sulu of the Federation starship Excelsior during the Khitomer Conference of 2293.
L is for Lateral Sensor Array. Why starships orbit planets sideways.
M is for Morn the Lurian. Always quiet, except when he was a blabbermouth.
N is for Natural selection. Which works very differently in the fictional Star Trek universe.
O is for Odona of Gideon.
P is for Parmen of Platonius, the authoritarian leader of his people who met his match when the Enterprise 1701 crew visited in 2268.
Q is for Quantum torpedoes.
R is for Romulus and Remus. If the Remans were such great warriors. They should have killed off the Romulans ages ago.
S is for Sarek of Vulcan. Distinguished ambassador to Earth and to the Federation in both the Prime and Abrams timelines.
T is for Tellarite. No, YOU! How do YOU vote, Sarek of Vulcan?
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Old January 6 2014, 02:42 AM   #7144
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Andorian Antennae.
B is for Bolian tongue cartilage.
C is for Cestus III, the colony whose destruction sent the Enterprise in hot pursuit of the Gorns.
D is for Denobulan facial muscles, which allowed for some very wide smiles. Very wide.
E is for Exeter, the ill-fated command of Ronald Tracey.
F is for Flag of the Federation.
G is for Grissom, the ill-fated command of J.T. Esteban.
H is for Hood, the nearly ill-fated command of someone in the M-5 battle drills.
I is for the Intrepid, where Sergey Rozhenko served as chief engineer at the time of the Khitomer massacre of 2346.
J is for Jim Kirk's smooth hairless chest.
K is for Kang, the legendary Klingon commander and warrior who once faced off against Captain Sulu of the Federation starship Excelsior during the Khitomer Conference of 2293.
L is for Lateral Sensor Array. Why starships orbit planets sideways.
M is for Morn the Lurian. Always quiet, except when he was a blabbermouth.
N is for Natural selection. Which works very differently in the fictional Star Trek universe.
O is for Odona of Gideon.
P is for Parmen of Platonius, the authoritarian leader of his people who met his match when the Enterprise 1701 crew visited in 2268.
Q is for Quantum torpedoes.
R is for Romulus and Remus. If the Remans were such great warriors. They should have killed off the Romulans ages ago.
S is for Sarek of Vulcan. Distinguished ambassador to Earth and to the Federation in both the Prime and Abrams timelines.
T is for Tellarite. No, YOU! How do YOU vote, Sarek of Vulcan?
U is for the United Federation of Planets, one of the greatest and most successful interstellar powers in the history of the Alpha Quadrant.
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Old January 6 2014, 02:53 AM   #7145
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Andorian Antennae.
B is for Bolian tongue cartilage.
C is for Cestus III, the colony whose destruction sent the Enterprise in hot pursuit of the Gorns.
D is for Denobulan facial muscles, which allowed for some very wide smiles. Very wide.
E is for Exeter, the ill-fated command of Ronald Tracey.
F is for Flag of the Federation.
G is for Grissom, the ill-fated command of J.T. Esteban.
H is for Hood, the nearly ill-fated command of someone in the M-5 battle drills.
I is for the Intrepid, where Sergey Rozhenko served as chief engineer at the time of the Khitomer massacre of 2346.
J is for Jim Kirk's smooth hairless chest.
K is for Kang, the legendary Klingon commander and warrior who once faced off against Captain Sulu of the Federation starship Excelsior during the Khitomer Conference of 2293.
L is for Lateral Sensor Array. Why starships orbit planets sideways.
M is for Morn the Lurian. Always quiet, except when he was a blabbermouth.
N is for Natural selection. Which works very differently in the fictional Star Trek universe.
O is for Odona of Gideon.
P is for Parmen of Platonius, the authoritarian leader of his people who met his match when the Enterprise 1701 crew visited in 2268.
Q is for Quantum torpedoes.
R is for Romulus and Remus. If the Remans were such great warriors. They should have killed off the Romulans ages ago.
S is for Sarek of Vulcan. Distinguished ambassador to Earth and to the Federation in both the Prime and Abrams timelines.
T is for Tellarite. No, YOU! How do YOU vote, Sarek of Vulcan?
U is for the United Federation of Planets, one of the greatest and most successful interstellar powers in the history of the Alpha Quadrant.
V is for Vanna, leader of the Disrupters. Dig her as the Troglytes do! With your bare hands, Captain.
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Old January 6 2014, 03:16 AM   #7146
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Andorian Antennae.
B is for Bolian tongue cartilage.
C is for Cestus III, the colony whose destruction sent the Enterprise in hot pursuit of the Gorns.
D is for Denobulan facial muscles, which allowed for some very wide smiles. Very wide.
E is for Exeter, the ill-fated command of Ronald Tracey.
F is for Flag of the Federation.
G is for Grissom, the ill-fated command of J.T. Esteban.
H is for Hood, the nearly ill-fated command of someone in the M-5 battle drills.
I is for the Intrepid, where Sergey Rozhenko served as chief engineer at the time of the Khitomer massacre of 2346.
J is for Jim Kirk's smooth hairless chest.
K is for Kang, the legendary Klingon commander and warrior who once faced off against Captain Sulu of the Federation starship Excelsior during the Khitomer Conference of 2293.
L is for Lateral Sensor Array. Why starships orbit planets sideways.
M is for Morn the Lurian. Always quiet, except when he was a blabbermouth.
N is for Natural selection. Which works very differently in the fictional Star Trek universe.
O is for Odona of Gideon.
P is for Parmen of Platonius, the authoritarian leader of his people who met his match when the Enterprise 1701 crew visited in 2268.
Q is for Quantum torpedoes.
R is for Romulus and Remus. If the Remans were such great warriors. They should have killed off the Romulans ages ago.
S is for Sarek of Vulcan. Distinguished ambassador to Earth and to the Federation in both the Prime and Abrams timelines.
T is for Tellarite. No, YOU! How do YOU vote, Sarek of Vulcan?
U is for the United Federation of Planets, one of the greatest and most successful interstellar powers in the history of the Alpha Quadrant.
V is for Vanna, leader of the Disrupters. Dig her as the Troglytes do! With your bare hands, Captain.
W is for Worf, son of Mogh, grandson of Worf, Klingon defense attorney for James T. Kirk and Leonard H. McCoy.
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Old January 6 2014, 10:07 AM   #7147
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Andorian Antennae.
B is for Bolian tongue cartilage.
C is for Cestus III, the colony whose destruction sent the Enterprise in hot pursuit of the Gorns.
D is for Denobulan facial muscles, which allowed for some very wide smiles. Very wide.
E is for Exeter, the ill-fated command of Ronald Tracey.
F is for Flag of the Federation.
G is for Grissom, the ill-fated command of J.T. Esteban.
H is for Hood, the nearly ill-fated command of someone in the M-5 battle drills.
I is for the Intrepid, where Sergey Rozhenko served as chief engineer at the time of the Khitomer massacre of 2346.
J is for Jim Kirk's smooth hairless chest.
K is for Kang, the legendary Klingon commander and warrior who once faced off against Captain Sulu of the Federation starship Excelsior during the Khitomer Conference of 2293.
L is for Lateral Sensor Array. Why starships orbit planets sideways.
M is for Morn the Lurian. Always quiet, except when he was a blabbermouth.
N is for Natural selection. Which works very differently in the fictional Star Trek universe.
O is for Odona of Gideon.
P is for Parmen of Platonius, the authoritarian leader of his people who met his match when the Enterprise 1701 crew visited in 2268.
Q is for Quantum torpedoes.
R is for Romulus and Remus. If the Remans were such great warriors. They should have killed off the Romulans ages ago.
S is for Sarek of Vulcan. Distinguished ambassador to Earth and to the Federation in both the Prime and Abrams timelines.
T is for Tellarite. No, YOU! How do YOU vote, Sarek of Vulcan?
U is for the United Federation of Planets, one of the greatest and most successful interstellar powers in the history of the Alpha Quadrant.
V is for Vanna, leader of the Disrupters. Dig her as the Troglytes do! With your bare hands, Captain.
W is for Worf, son of Mogh, grandson of Worf, Klingon defense attorney for James T. Kirk and Leonard H. McCoy.
X is for X. The apparent design motif aboard the Scimitar.
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Old January 6 2014, 10:50 AM   #7148
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Andorian Antennae.
B is for Bolian tongue cartilage.
C is for Cestus III, the colony whose destruction sent the Enterprise in hot pursuit of the Gorns.
D is for Denobulan facial muscles, which allowed for some very wide smiles. Very wide.
E is for Exeter, the ill-fated command of Ronald Tracey.
F is for Flag of the Federation.
G is for Grissom, the ill-fated command of J.T. Esteban.
H is for Hood, the nearly ill-fated command of someone in the M-5 battle drills.
I is for the Intrepid, where Sergey Rozhenko served as chief engineer at the time of the Khitomer massacre of 2346.
J is for Jim Kirk's smooth hairless chest.
K is for Kang, the legendary Klingon commander and warrior who once faced off against Captain Sulu of the Federation starship Excelsior during the Khitomer Conference of 2293.
L is for Lateral Sensor Array. Why starships orbit planets sideways.
M is for Morn the Lurian. Always quiet, except when he was a blabbermouth.
N is for Natural selection. Which works very differently in the fictional Star Trek universe.
O is for Odona of Gideon.
P is for Parmen of Platonius, the authoritarian leader of his people who met his match when the Enterprise 1701 crew visited in 2268.
Q is for Quantum torpedoes.
R is for Romulus and Remus. If the Remans were such great warriors. They should have killed off the Romulans ages ago.
S is for Sarek of Vulcan. Distinguished ambassador to Earth and to the Federation in both the Prime and Abrams timelines.
T is for Tellarite. No, YOU! How do YOU vote, Sarek of Vulcan?
U is for the United Federation of Planets, one of the greatest and most successful interstellar powers in the history of the Alpha Quadrant.
V is for Vanna, leader of the Disrupters. Dig her as the Troglytes do! With your bare hands, Captain.
W is for Worf, son of Mogh, grandson of Worf, Klingon defense attorney for James T. Kirk and Leonard H. McCoy.
X is for X. The apparent design motif aboard the Scimitar.
Y is for "You Klingon bastard!"
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Old January 6 2014, 04:14 PM   #7149
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Andorian Antennae.
B is for Bolian tongue cartilage.
C is for Cestus III, the colony whose destruction sent the Enterprise in hot pursuit of the Gorns.
D is for Denobulan facial muscles, which allowed for some very wide smiles. Very wide.
E is for Exeter, the ill-fated command of Ronald Tracey.
F is for Flag of the Federation.
G is for Grissom, the ill-fated command of J.T. Esteban.
H is for Hood, the nearly ill-fated command of someone in the M-5 battle drills.
I is for the Intrepid, where Sergey Rozhenko served as chief engineer at the time of the Khitomer massacre of 2346.
J is for Jim Kirk's smooth hairless chest.
K is for Kang, the legendary Klingon commander and warrior who once faced off against Captain Sulu of the Federation starship Excelsior during the Khitomer Conference of 2293.
L is for Lateral Sensor Array. Why starships orbit planets sideways.
M is for Morn the Lurian. Always quiet, except when he was a blabbermouth.
N is for Natural selection. Which works very differently in the fictional Star Trek universe.
O is for Odona of Gideon.
P is for Parmen of Platonius, the authoritarian leader of his people who met his match when the Enterprise 1701 crew visited in 2268.
Q is for Quantum torpedoes.
R is for Romulus and Remus. If the Remans were such great warriors. They should have killed off the Romulans ages ago.
S is for Sarek of Vulcan. Distinguished ambassador to Earth and to the Federation in both the Prime and Abrams timelines.
T is for Tellarite. No, YOU! How do YOU vote, Sarek of Vulcan?
U is for the United Federation of Planets, one of the greatest and most successful interstellar powers in the history of the Alpha Quadrant.
V is for Vanna, leader of the Disrupters. Dig her as the Troglytes do! With your bare hands, Captain.
W is for Worf, son of Mogh, grandson of Worf, Klingon defense attorney for James T. Kirk and Leonard H. McCoy.
X is for X. The apparent design motif aboard the Scimitar.
Y is for "You Klingon bastard!"
Z is for the Zone of Darkness that surrounded the colossal single-celled space organism resembling an amoeba.
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Old January 6 2014, 06:09 PM   #7150
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Arex.
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Old January 6 2014, 06:26 PM   #7151
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A is for Arex.
B is for Benjamin Finney.
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Old January 7 2014, 12:09 AM   #7152
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A is for Arex.
B is for Benjamin Finney.
C is for Colonel Green, who led a genocidal war early in the twenty-first century on Earth.
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Old January 7 2014, 12:12 AM   #7153
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A is for Arex.
B is for Benjamin Finney.
C is for Colonel Green, who led a genocidal war early in the twenty-first century on Earth.
D is for Damar, onetime collaborator with and ally of the Dominion who decided enough was enough and sacrificed his life to help liberate Cardassia.
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Old January 7 2014, 01:22 AM   #7154
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Arex.
B is for Benjamin Finney.
C is for Colonel Green, who led a genocidal war early in the twenty-first century on Earth.
D is for Damar, onetime collaborator with and ally of the Dominion who decided enough was enough and sacrificed his life to help liberate Cardassia.
E is for Elaan the Dohlman of Elas.
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Arex.
B is for Benjamin Finney.
C is for Colonel Green, who led a genocidal war early in the twenty-first century on Earth.
D is for Damar, onetime collaborator with and ally of the Dominion who decided enough was enough and sacrificed his life to help liberate Cardassia.
E is for Elaan the Dohlman of Elas.
F is for Fontaine. Vic Fontaine. Casino and nightclub crooner of 1962-era Las Vegas.
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