Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by Mr. Laser Beam, Apr 2, 2019.
Perhaps she spawns some Nhanobots and begins the Bhorg.
Thank God the mods are having Nhan of it.
This Nhan-stop lunacy makes me happy.
This thread is the perfect ray of Nhanshine I need after a stressful, rainy day of office work.
Really, Nhan other than Locutus could have brought an end to that discussion...
As they say on my planet Nhan-o, nhan-o.
On a scale of 1-10, I give this thread a Nhan.
Kirk: "Nhaaaaaaaaan !!!
But I do hope we find out what happened to her soon. Maybe someone who works on the production could leak it?
They could do it aNhanymously.
Or as they say on mine
Nhan-na Nhan-na Nhan-na Nhan-na Nhan-na Nhan-na Nhan-na Nhan-na
Even if she's dead, we'll see her as a reve-Nhan-t
You mean Bat-Nhan. Chief of security by day, caped vigilante by night.
Nahn some how ends up with some Inuits in the arctic and becomes Nhannook of the north
I'm so happy the thread has been unlocked.
The Nhan-activity on it was causing me anxiety...
Hmm... on second though, maybe not. Turns out that bất nhân is actually Vietnamese for cruel or inhuman...
Nhân itself means mercy or being humane, people/mortals in the philosophical sense, and it also means core/filling (including computer cores) and cause/reason.
Best five minutes I've ever spent with Google Translate and Wiktionary.
Well, "chief of security" is not a good cover for "caped vigilante". If you don't want to draw suspicion you have to make these two occupations as different as possible, like "awkward glasses' wearing reporter" by day and "Superman" by night. I mean if Superman's cover was "Dirty Harry", I don't think it would have worked as well.
Maybe that's exactly why it would work for her. No one would suspect Commissioner Gordon. Flawless logic
Nhan will be affected by a really unexpected plot twist that comes out of left field and doesn't make sense, like being assigned to the medical department or something.
That would be a Nhan-sequitur.
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