Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CaptainStoner, Aug 20, 2009.
Mott present himself to the nearest airlock.
"What changed your mind?"
"Deanna said I
wasn't allowed to vent my frustrations out
until I shave-"
Suddenly, the captain issued
a phaser to every man saying, "Take
this, there is a possibility that someone
will need to heat a few rocks
I prefer the ancient Greek scholar--Thales of Miletus, I think--who said just 4 words: "Moderation in all things."
If we lived in moderation--following the main course, rather than allowing the pendulum to swing to extremes--we would be better off.
One passage in The Bible says that, too--in Proverbs?--but I haven't been able to find it again, perhaps due to various translations and editions. It speaks about turning neither to the right hand nor to the left.
^(If you haven't caught on varek, this thread is a continuous story told seven words at a time, not individual seven word stories. If you have caught on, the OP just went with seven, not four. Anyway...)
Days later Geordi sighed as he reconfigured
his visor to be able to detect
the color red again. O'brien pranked him
by painting everything on the ship red.
The captain was not amused. It took
Geordi hours to realize his visor wasn't
working properly. He figured everyone else was
crazy. Whenever he tried telling everyone that
he didn't see red, they seemed confused
because everything was red.
"Geordi, you appear
to be at the center of a
practical joke," Data said. "I would suggest
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