Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by kgibsonuk, Oct 7, 2012.
I really should watch Babylon 5 again sometime.
The poetry should be better if nothing else.
Oh freddled gruntbuggly! Thy micturations are to me
As plurdled gabbleblotchits on a lurgid bee
And so it begins...
If at the end of a pub crawl you can say this thrice without getting a knot in your tongue, you are still fit for driving
You have always been checking it again, Teelie.
Drop whatever you're doing and begin immediately.
What are you waiting for??
He propably got stuck in a time loop right in the middle of an advertizing break.
A fate one shudders to imagine!
Having never heard any, I'm guessing Vorlon poetry is the kind of play with words we humans would call straight talking -because most of their normal talk actually sounds rather poetic
Vorlons do have an "Hour of Scampering". I always wondered what that meant.
I assume it's Kosh's poetic way or referring to Babylon 5's equivalent of rush hour.
Understanding is a three edged sword.
no big deal, considering that a bat'leth has a minimum of 3 edges
I see at best, two.
I liked seeing 23rd century bat'leths in the new movie. They were a nice evolutionary midpoint between the Sword of Kahless and the handful shown in Enterprise and the famous model that was used on the three different 24th century series. For all the complaining that J.J.'s take on an alternate timeline is too different and too dismissive of what came before he, Orci and Kurtzman have thrown a lot of familiar canon into the new films that fit in perfectly with the era in which they're set.
haven't seen the new one yet. Would you recommend it?
*Takes close look at bat'leth pic with reading glasses and discovers 2 more edges opposite of #1 and #3* oops - guess it shows that I prefer a 2-edged one-and-a-half-hander...
But they.. shuffle.
The new film? Most definitely.
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