Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CaptainStoner, Aug 20, 2009.
a ponzi scheme. Picard hated the idea
but Data told him it was happening.
Starfleet regulations prohibited such activities and didn't
look kindly on those who broke the
rules just to impress their shipmates or
gloated about their prowess at Scrabble to
the admirals back at Starfleet Command. Nobody
would find out though, Data was sure
of that much. He'd reprogrammed the ship's
food replicators to only produce sausage rolls
and made the sausage very spicy and
filled with chunks of polystyrene and cheese
so big that nobody could chew them.
"I hate when that happens," Worf said.
Most Klingon dishes didn't contain those ingredients
they usually consisted of various wriggly worms
that were best served alive so the
poor invertebrates suffering could be savored as
the true delicacy and not just some
dish of replicated food that lacked the
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