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Old August 11 2014, 11:18 PM   #9496
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Mr. Atoz. The not so friendly travel agent on the planet Sarpeidon.
B is for Bela Oxmyx, one of the two most powerful crime bosses on planet Sigma Iotia II at the time of the Enterprise's visit in 2268.
C is for Carl Spock. Baddest science officer in th' Star Fleet.
D is for Denebian slime devils.
E is for Exterior Holographic Projectors. Allowed a Romulan ship to appear as many different ships.
F is for Ben Finney. Ultimately, he determined that others had to be made to pay for the consequences of his one little mistake.
G is for Gregory Itzin, who appeared in various parts of the Star Trek franchise.
H is for the Horta. A very industrious silicon-based life form hailing from Janus VI.
I is for Iden, rebellious leader of Alpha Quadrant holograms escaping the clutches of the Hirogen who had been using them in brutal hunting and training simulations.
J is for Jumja Sticks. They look delicious.
K is for the Klingon High Council.
L is for Lars. He was for Uhura. Or vice a versa.
M is for Mara, wife of Kang circa 2268.
N is for Nelvana III.
O is for Omicron Ceti III.
P is for Procyon V.
Q is for Quinteros. A Commander with Starfleet.
R is for Romulan cloaking devices, some of which were small enough to hide orbital mines.
S is for Shelby. An ambitious Commander who served on the Enterprise-D during the first Borg attack on Earth.
T is for Troi's camel-toe.
U is for Uhura. I'd would have liked to have seen her put Lars in the hospital.
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Old August 11 2014, 11:30 PM   #9497
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Mr. Atoz. The not so friendly travel agent on the planet Sarpeidon.
B is for Bela Oxmyx, one of the two most powerful crime bosses on planet Sigma Iotia II at the time of the Enterprise's visit in 2268.
C is for Carl Spock. Baddest science officer in th' Star Fleet.
D is for Denebian slime devils.
E is for Exterior Holographic Projectors. Allowed a Romulan ship to appear as many different ships.
F is for Ben Finney. Ultimately, he determined that others had to be made to pay for the consequences of his one little mistake.
G is for Gregory Itzin, who appeared in various parts of the Star Trek franchise.
H is for the Horta. A very industrious silicon-based life form hailing from Janus VI.
I is for Iden, rebellious leader of Alpha Quadrant holograms escaping the clutches of the Hirogen who had been using them in brutal hunting and training simulations.
J is for Jumja Sticks. They look delicious.
K is for the Klingon High Council.
L is for Lars. He was for Uhura. Or vice a versa.
M is for Mara, wife of Kang circa 2268.
N is for Nelvana III.
O is for Omicron Ceti III.
P is for Procyon V.
Q is for Quinteros. A Commander with Starfleet.
R is for Romulan cloaking devices, some of which were small enough to hide orbital mines.
S is for Shelby. An ambitious Commander who served on the Enterprise-D during the first Borg attack on Earth.
T is for Troi's camel-toe.
U is for Uhura. I'd would have liked to have seen her put Lars in the hospital.
V is for the Valiant, one of the earliest warp-powered ships launched from Earth. It left our solar system and entered interstellar space in 2065 and was later mysteriously lost with all hands.
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Old August 12 2014, 01:17 AM   #9498
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Mr. Atoz. The not so friendly travel agent on the planet Sarpeidon.
B is for Bela Oxmyx, one of the two most powerful crime bosses on planet Sigma Iotia II at the time of the Enterprise's visit in 2268.
C is for Carl Spock. Baddest science officer in th' Star Fleet.
D is for Denebian slime devils.
E is for Exterior Holographic Projectors. Allowed a Romulan ship to appear as many different ships.
F is for Ben Finney. Ultimately, he determined that others had to be made to pay for the consequences of his one little mistake.
G is for Gregory Itzin, who appeared in various parts of the Star Trek franchise.
H is for the Horta. A very industrious silicon-based life form hailing from Janus VI.
I is for Iden, rebellious leader of Alpha Quadrant holograms escaping the clutches of the Hirogen who had been using them in brutal hunting and training simulations.
J is for Jumja Sticks. They look delicious.
K is for the Klingon High Council.
L is for Lars. He was for Uhura. Or vice a versa.
M is for Mara, wife of Kang circa 2268.
N is for Nelvana III.
O is for Omicron Ceti III.
P is for Procyon V.
Q is for Quinteros. A Commander with Starfleet.
R is for Romulan cloaking devices, some of which were small enough to hide orbital mines.
S is for Shelby. An ambitious Commander who served on the Enterprise-D during the first Borg attack on Earth.
T is for Troi's camel-toe.
U is for Uhura. I'd would have liked to have seen her put Lars in the hospital.
V is for the Valiant, one of the earliest warp-powered ships launched from Earth. It left our solar system and entered interstellar space in 2065 and was later mysteriously lost with all hands.
W is for WAR! Various wars happen throughout the Trek franchise. Particularly the on and off Klingon/Federation war and the Dominion War.
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Old August 12 2014, 01:21 AM   #9499
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Mr. Atoz. The not so friendly travel agent on the planet Sarpeidon.
B is for Bela Oxmyx, one of the two most powerful crime bosses on planet Sigma Iotia II at the time of the Enterprise's visit in 2268.
C is for Carl Spock. Baddest science officer in th' Star Fleet.
D is for Denebian slime devils.
E is for Exterior Holographic Projectors. Allowed a Romulan ship to appear as many different ships.
F is for Ben Finney. Ultimately, he determined that others had to be made to pay for the consequences of his one little mistake.
G is for Gregory Itzin, who appeared in various parts of the Star Trek franchise.
H is for the Horta. A very industrious silicon-based life form hailing from Janus VI.
I is for Iden, rebellious leader of Alpha Quadrant holograms escaping the clutches of the Hirogen who had been using them in brutal hunting and training simulations.
J is for Jumja Sticks. They look delicious.
K is for the Klingon High Council.
L is for Lars. He was for Uhura. Or vice a versa.
M is for Mara, wife of Kang circa 2268.
N is for Nelvana III.
O is for Omicron Ceti III.
P is for Procyon V.
Q is for Quinteros. A Commander with Starfleet.
R is for Romulan cloaking devices, some of which were small enough to hide orbital mines.
S is for Shelby. An ambitious Commander who served on the Enterprise-D during the first Borg attack on Earth.
T is for Troi's camel-toe.
U is for Uhura. I'd would have liked to have seen her put Lars in the hospital.
V is for the Valiant, one of the earliest warp-powered ships launched from Earth. It left our solar system and entered interstellar space in 2065 and was later mysteriously lost with all hands.
W is for WAR! Various wars happen throughout the Trek franchise. Particularly the on and off Klingon/Federation war and the Dominion War.
X is for Xindi-Reptillians.
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Old August 12 2014, 09:34 AM   #9500
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Mr. Atoz. The not so friendly travel agent on the planet Sarpeidon.
B is for Bela Oxmyx, one of the two most powerful crime bosses on planet Sigma Iotia II at the time of the Enterprise's visit in 2268.
C is for Carl Spock. Baddest science officer in th' Star Fleet.
D is for Denebian slime devils.
E is for Exterior Holographic Projectors. Allowed a Romulan ship to appear as many different ships.
F is for Ben Finney. Ultimately, he determined that others had to be made to pay for the consequences of his one little mistake.
G is for Gregory Itzin, who appeared in various parts of the Star Trek franchise.
H is for the Horta. A very industrious silicon-based life form hailing from Janus VI.
I is for Iden, rebellious leader of Alpha Quadrant holograms escaping the clutches of the Hirogen who had been using them in brutal hunting and training simulations.
J is for Jumja Sticks. They look delicious.
K is for the Klingon High Council.
L is for Lars. He was for Uhura. Or vice a versa.
M is for Mara, wife of Kang circa 2268.
N is for Nelvana III.
O is for Omicron Ceti III.
P is for Procyon V.
Q is for Quinteros. A Commander with Starfleet.
R is for Romulan cloaking devices, some of which were small enough to hide orbital mines.
S is for Shelby. An ambitious Commander who served on the Enterprise-D during the first Borg attack on Earth.
T is for Troi's camel-toe.
U is for Uhura. I'd would have liked to have seen her put Lars in the hospital.
V is for the Valiant, one of the earliest warp-powered ships launched from Earth. It left our solar system and entered interstellar space in 2065 and was later mysteriously lost with all hands.
W is for WAR! Various wars happen throughout the Trek franchise. Particularly the on and off Klingon/Federation war and the Dominion War.
X is for Xindi-Reptillians.
Y is for Yellow Alert! The female crew are wearing pants!
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Old August 12 2014, 09:58 AM   #9501
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Mr. Atoz. The not so friendly travel agent on the planet Sarpeidon.
B is for Bela Oxmyx, one of the two most powerful crime bosses on planet Sigma Iotia II at the time of the Enterprise's visit in 2268.
C is for Carl Spock. Baddest science officer in th' Star Fleet.
D is for Denebian slime devils.
E is for Exterior Holographic Projectors. Allowed a Romulan ship to appear as many different ships.
F is for Ben Finney. Ultimately, he determined that others had to be made to pay for the consequences of his one little mistake.
G is for Gregory Itzin, who appeared in various parts of the Star Trek franchise.
H is for the Horta. A very industrious silicon-based life form hailing from Janus VI.
I is for Iden, rebellious leader of Alpha Quadrant holograms escaping the clutches of the Hirogen who had been using them in brutal hunting and training simulations.
J is for Jumja Sticks. They look delicious.
K is for the Klingon High Council.
L is for Lars. He was for Uhura. Or vice a versa.
M is for Mara, wife of Kang circa 2268.
N is for Nelvana III.
O is for Omicron Ceti III.
P is for Procyon V.
Q is for Quinteros. A Commander with Starfleet.
R is for Romulan cloaking devices, some of which were small enough to hide orbital mines.
S is for Shelby. An ambitious Commander who served on the Enterprise-D during the first Borg attack on Earth.
T is for Troi's camel-toe.
U is for Uhura. I'd would have liked to have seen her put Lars in the hospital.
V is for the Valiant, one of the earliest warp-powered ships launched from Earth. It left our solar system and entered interstellar space in 2065 and was later mysteriously lost with all hands.
W is for WAR! Various wars happen throughout the Trek franchise. Particularly the on and off Klingon/Federation war and the Dominion War.
X is for Xindi-Reptillians.
Y is for Yellow Alert! The female crew are wearing pants!
Z is for Zenite.
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Old August 12 2014, 11:12 AM   #9502
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
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Old August 12 2014, 06:21 PM   #9503
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
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Old August 12 2014, 08:33 PM   #9504
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
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Old August 12 2014, 11:11 PM   #9505
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
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Old August 13 2014, 02:38 AM   #9506
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
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Old August 13 2014, 08:27 AM   #9507
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
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Old August 13 2014, 10:42 AM   #9508
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
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Old August 13 2014, 06:25 PM   #9509
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
H is for Hernandez, Erika. Captain of the NX-02 Columbia.
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Old August 13 2014, 08:34 PM   #9510
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Re: Star Trek A To Z

A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
H is for Hernandez, Erika. Captain of the NX-02 Columbia.
I is for Isolinear technology, which drove the primary onboard computer systems of Federation starships starting around 2329 and succeeded the duotronic systems in use during the previous eighty-plus years.
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