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  1. I've always wondered about that too regarding both the Vulcans and the Romulans. In some ways it makes sense with Vulcan logic but with the Romulans - they're so passionate yet they all had that same haircut.



    Not all Romulans and Vulcans have the same hair style. (Its hard to tell, but the dark skinned Vulcan at the top right had long black wavy hair.)




    Yeah, but that makes it even weirder! If ALMOST everyone has the same cut, then it most likly isnt a cultural thing.

  2. Whats WRONG with you people! :o

    Don't you REMEMBER! :(

    Jean-luc know "Captain Coif", the best head of hair in the fleet! :laugh:

    Oh, no... :lol: I must have been isolated from the changes in the time line! :P

    Those dastardly agents of the temporal cold war! :)


    How many more victims before it stops!!


    Fuuuttuuurrree Guuuyyyy!!! :lol: :jaw::spock:


  3. The Cardassians may not be my favorite alien race,but quite frankly given human history(world wars,ethnic cleansing,slavery,interstellar conflicts)maybe we shouldnt be pointing fingers, but instead stay quiet and be thankful that the rest of the galaxy has better manners than to point out OUR shortcomings.  :spock:




          (meant to be part of 'do cardies have positive qualities thread,sorry) :laugh:




    if humans have gotten past all the war,poverty, and stuff, then yeah, we should point fingers and phaser banks if we have to. :lol:

    the best way to make amends for our sins is to prevent it from happenning again.

  4. Wow. You are suggesting putting intelligence operatives at the very heart of the Federation, which, while not impossible because of the human trust, would be difficult even for our Tal Shiar. That would make for a fascinating plot... *spooky voice* they're watching you... and it might actually be probable. Vulcans do not know that much about Romulans, as shown by even Spock's slight surprise at seeing the Commander in Balance of Terror. Perhaps there were some Vulcans who kept an ear out for news and when they realized the Romulans were growing much more powerful than them, decided to try to make allies. If they already had someone vouching for them in Vulcan government, it would be a lot easier to simply... extend their welcome a bit and and send Romulan operatives in as Vulcans. The key to this senario though is that there would have to be a Vulcan on one end. Otherwise the Romulans would have to do it themselves... again, not impossible, but difficult.




    romulans would never be able to act vulcan, not with them becoming all suraky and stuff. :spock:

  5. I voted for Offspring (its the best on a purely emotional level) but I also love The Measure of a Man (one of the few times TNG really confronts an issue rather than being just great sci-fi)


    but lets give some credit, it is the wonderful performance by Nicolas Coster as Admiral Haftel that really drives home the emotional impact at the end.

    That Data's fight to save his daughter would have such a strong effect on the man who had so little regard for either Data or Lal makes it that much more meaningful.


    and am I the only one who thinks they blew it by not keeping Lal alive and as a member of the cast.

    Just change the ending to "the Admiral changed his mind in the wake of Lal's near death and believes Data should continue to oversee her development on the Enterprise" Was that so hard? :lol:


    Just Imagine,Ten Forward Happy Hour :lol:


    Data:"Commander Riker, what are your intentions toward my daughter?" :laugh::spock: