Iliana Ghemor

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  1. Kate mulgrew will be playing Assistant U.S. Attorney Donna Geysen on Law & Order Special Victums Unit on the USA Network the episode will air on tuesday 1/19/10 at 8 am andthis episode is from 2006 so yaeh it's not new
  2. WASHINGTON (AP) Straight-faced and subdued, Washington Wizards star Gilbert Arenas pleaded guilty Friday to a felony gun charge connected to a locker-room argument, leaving his All-Star career in limbo and his freedom in doubt. Arenas won't know whether he must serve jail time until his March 26 sentencing and remains free until then. The government indicated it will not seek more than six months, although the judge can give Arenas anywhere from probation to the charge's maximum term of five years. He will remain free until then Arenas did not speak to reporters on the way into D.C. Superior Court — only shaking his head when asked if he wanted to tell fans anything — or when he walked down the block to police headquarters after his 20-minute hearing. In court, Arenas was barely audible, offering mostly terse answers such as "Yes, your honor" or "No, sir." Those hands that have made so many shots and earned Arenas millions of dollars were shoved into the pockets of his gray, pinstriped suit. His demeanor stood in stark contrast to the gregarious, blog-writing, jersey-tossing persona that made the player known as "Agent Zero" a fan favorite. It also contrasted with the player who cracked jokes with reporters and on Twitter in the immediate aftermath of the Dec. 21 confrontation with a teammate that ended with guns being displayed. Indeed, the loudest words Friday came in a statement issued by the Wizards about 2 1/2 hours after the hearing ended. "Gilbert Arenas has been a cornerstone of the Washington Wizards for six years. We are deeply saddened and disappointed in his actions that have led to the events of this afternoon," the team said. "Gilbert used extremely poor judgment and is ultimately responsible for his own actions." Arenas was averaging team highs of 22.6 points and 7.2 assists this season for a team in last place in the NBA's Southeast Division. The Wizards have removed nearly all traces of the once-marketable player from their home arena, including Arenas merchandise with his jersey No. 0 and a huge banner with his photo that used to hang outside. Possession of a gun at an NBA arena is a violation of the league's collective bargaining agreement. Last week, commissioner David Stern suspended the 28-year-old Arenas indefinitely, without pay, pending the outcome of the investigation, a move supported by the Wizards. Arenas is in the second season of a six-year, $111 million contract. Arenas' NBA future could hinge on the league's own ongoing investigation, and it's possible Stern will wait until the sentence is issued before deciding how to punish the three-time All-Star. Arenas' lawyer, Kenneth Wainstein, asked Judge Robert E. Morin for an earlier sentencing date but was denied. Assistant U.S. Attorney Chris Kavanaugh said the charge stemmed from a Dec. 19 dispute between Arenas and another Wizards player over a card game on a team flight back from a game in Phoenix. Kavanaugh did not identify the other player, but authorities searched the home of Wizards guard Javaris Crittenton for a gun on Thursday. Crittenton has not been charged, and his agent denied wrongdoing. Kavanaugh said "the other player" offered to settle matters with a fist fight, but Arenas said he was too old for that and would instead burn the other player's car or shoot him in the face. The teammate replied he would shoot Arenas in the knee. Arenas missed most of the past two seasons after having a series of operations on his left knee. Two days later, Kavanaugh said, Arenas brought at least one gun — a .500 Magnum revolver — to the Wizards' arena in a black backpack, then put four guns on a chair in front of the teammate's locker with a sign saying, "Pick 1." Court documents do not specify when Arenas brought the other three guns to the locker room, including a gold-plated Desert Eagle .50-caliber semi-automatic. According to Kavanaugh, when the other player asked something along the lines of, "What is this?," Arenas responded with words to the effect of: "You said you were going to shoot me, so pick one." The other player said he had his own gun, threw one of Arenas' weapons across the room and then displayed his own firearm, Kavanaugh said. Arenas had acknowledged keeping guns in his locker - but claimed he wasn't aware of the law and meant no harm in what he viewed as a "misguided effort to play a joke." Stern suspended him the day after Arenas pretended to "shoot" teammates by pointing his index fingers at them during a pregame huddle. In a statement issued by Wainstein after Friday's hearing, Arenas "accepted full responsibility for his actions, acknowledged that those actions were wrong and against the law, and has apologized to all who have been affected by his conduct." When the proceedings were done, when Arenas had finished affixing his signature to documents - the words "United States of America v. Gilbert Arenas" printed in bold on top - he stepped into an adjacent waiting room. As the door shut, Arenas sat in a chair, lowered his head, and covered his face with his hands. Source:
  3. Yeah but remeber on DS9 that the Romulans leant the Federation a cloaking device for the Defiant so I think that the agreement was null and void
  4. :) RIP Teddy you will be missed
  5. name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src=" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>"> name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src=" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="425" height="350"> I used all the battle scenes that I could find because I thought that these scenes fit perfectly together Let Me know what you think
  6. Lately I've been thinking that maybe it would've been easier on voyager andher crew if they could've developed cloacking technology because it woud've avoided some new needless drama
  7. Lately I've been thinking that maybe it would've been easier on voyager andher crew if they could've developed cloacking technology because it woud've avoided some new needless drama
  8. And in the present, there is room only for discomfort. One of Trill's strongest taboos forbids "reassociations"--that is, the active pursuit of reestablishing intimate relationships from past lifetimes. The taboo makes sense from what we know about Trills; since each host is supposed to lead its own life and live new experiences, it stands to reason that turning around and living and old life a second time would be counterproductive to a symbiont's interests. Furthermore, pursuing a reassociation is grounds for exile from the Trill homeworld, and means the symbiont would die with its host since it would not be able to be joined again. So Kahn and Dax find themselves reunited for the first time in generations, and it takes neither of them much time to realize they still have feelings for one another. "Rejoined" isn't about whether or not they have these feelings, it's about what they choose to do about it. And the reason this works so well as a character show is because it feels like rational people trying to make rational decisions. There isn't excessive plot getting in the way here, which is refreshing. From the moment the two set foot in the same room everyone is staring at them--as if to make sure they stay out of trouble. In an early formal party scene, the two can't come within five feet of each other without the entire room casting a suspicious eye in their direction. And on the bridge of the Defiant during wormhole experimentation, Lenara's aide Dr. Pren begins to notice what he suspects is a more-than-simply-professional relationship. Pren tells Lenara's brother Bejal what's going on, and this leads to a very feelingsensible and relevant scene where Bejal tries to dissuade his sister from playing with fire. Lenara tells Bejal that there's nothing going on and that she has no intention of allowing anything to come out of her past relationship with Dax. But as she says this it's obvious she's on the fence--that she wants to succumb to her desires but hasn't decided whether she can do it or not. Click for Spoiler: While Otner and Kahn have dinner, Otner asks questions about Dax, who visited Kahn's quarters the previous night. Kahn becomes defensive and Otner states that people are starting to notice how Kahn and Dax are acting towards each other. Lenara storms off angrily and Otner apologizes. He agrees to trust her if she says that nothing is going on, and Lenara insists there is not. Kahn visits Dax's quarters considerably upset at the encounter with her brother. Dax suggests they should not see each other and they should not be having this conversation but Kahn says that would not change their feelings. Kahn admits that she has not gotten over Dax and Dax tells Kahn she has missed her so much. They share a passionate kiss and Kahn quickly leaves afterwards Heres the thing thought the feelings that the Symbiants were beringing up were those of their previous hosts respectfully Nilani the (Khan Symbiont) and Torias the (Dax symbiant) so basically Jadzia and Lenara were acting upon the feelings of the symbiants and not ther own
  9. The Defiant class is the best hands down
  10. Personaly I loved the Defiant I thought it was on bad ship with a cloaking device and the weapons systems were stacked up
  11. Of the Intendant, Nana Visitor stated in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, "It's very much me. I mean, I hope I don't send people to their deaths or anything like that, but yeah, that is more of who I am." Visitor also described the mirror Kira as "a spoiled brat with an ego gone awry." Speaking in 1999, she said, "She was interesting because she was Kira, she's got all you know, it's all the same, everything is exactly the same, except in this other world, her ego is twisted one way, whereas Kira's is twisted another. So where Kira thinks of others, and finds a justification for her life in doing things for other people, the Intendant’s justification for life is in doing things for herself. She is completely the most self involved, self centered person, she's like a child in that sense, which makes her funny, but in her childish way, she cares so little for other people that she thinks nothing of disposing of them, using them, it doesn't matter, which makes her very scary." (Crew Dossier: Kira Nerys, DS9 Season 1 DVD, Special Features) Source: Memory Star Trek Wiki
  12. I totally agree the finale was sad to a degree but it was an awesome end it an incredibly directed series with great acting from great actors
  13. As I recall the changling that took Julians body even suggested blood screenings after the plan to close the wormhole didn't work but you do bring up a valid point how come nobody noticed that it was a changling an not Julian
  14. I have to say that What You Leave Behind is by far the best space battle in my opinion because it repersented the end of a epic war full of non stop action
  15. What did everyone think of Nana Visitors portrayal of her minor universe conterpart Intendant Kira personaly I thought that she did a execlent job