O Captain, My Captain, do not forget that utilizing the Bene Gesserit powers learned by ensign Paul Maud-Dib and taught to Picard while he was undercover in the Imperium as a man-at-arms, we truly CAN Talk Them To Death. Lt Deb Decker (Is getting REALLY off-base now)Message no. 2
"Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Re: More Late Night Star Trek
Tue, 28 Sep 1993 01:15:28 -0500
On Tue, 28 Sep 1993, The Deb Decker wrote:
> O Captain, My Captain, do not forget that utilizing the Bene Gesserit powers > learned by ensign Paul Maud-Dib and taught to Picard while he was undercover > in the Imperium as a man-at-arms, we truly CAN Talk Them To Death.
But surely we must be careful when invoking the name of the great Captain Picard, for before he was undercover on Arakis, he was temporally displaced back to Authurian England where he found himself a minor lord struggling to come to grips with an annoying young boy who had a knack for pulling swords out of rocks.
Also, the ledgends of Robin Hood are filled with images of the handsome french captain being confused for King Richard, the Lionhearted.
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