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“Well Q, it would seem we would have no choice but to aid you in this quest.” Picard said after an awkward silence. He looked Q directly in the eye, daring him to find fault in the statement. He threaded his fingers together and placed his hands atop the table. His fellow chief of staff held their breaths, concern, worry and anxiety flashing on their respective countenances.
“Is this a unanimous decision then?” Q countered his face void of all emotion. Perhaps this rather unusual reaction from the being was what most present found even more disconcerting.
Picard’s eyes lingered upon Q for a moment, before turning to his trusted crew. “You all understand the risks. As my council and friends, I would appreciate any and all arguments to this unprecedented mission brought before us.”
“As ship’s counselor, I feel it is important to point out the negative emotion regarding the mission, however, from what I can sense in Q now, he is being
the massive suckageGuys.... guys I'm actually really really bummed about Leonard Nimoy ;___; like.... reeeeaaaaally bummed.More Like This
I'm not really a Trekkie. I didn't grow up with it and I've only see a handful of episodes. I own movies 2 - 4 on blu Ray and DVD though.... and I actually grew up with "Three men and a baby". And let's not forget how deliriously happy the Ballad of Bilbo Baggins makes me.
As a non-Trekkie... Mr Nimoy still really touched my life and childhood.
I'm not 'Devastated'. Especially as I hear he's been very sick for a while now, and I can't think he could have been very comfortable the last few months of his life... but that doesn't change the fact that it's a major bummer. My heart hurts
Thank you for everything, Mr Spock. We miss you terribly already (and it's been less than half a day)
Obligatory Star Trek clip. But in all honesty, even knowing little to nothing about Kirk and Spock when I first saw this movie, and despite having seen it a couple of times now, it's one of the very