Sunday, March 19, 2006

Favourite Trekkie

DELTA QUADRANT UPDATE BIO-FILE: Seven of Nine. Species: Human (assimilated by Borg as a child but severed as an adult, retaining portion of cybernetic implants)Full Name at Birth: Annika HansenParents: Magnus & Erin Hansen (both assimilated by Borg ca. 2356); only known surviving relative is an aunt, Irene HansenPlace of birth: Tendara Colony, SD 25479Marital status: SingleLast recorded assignment: U.S.S. Voyager (no formal assignment or rank)Current status: Returned to Alpha Quadrant with Voyager in 2378.

Wouldn't mind some assimilation there. No, my resistence would be futile!!

Greatings , Locutus of Amsterdam

18 comments:

DA said...

did I just post all that??

Anyway, who's your favourite Trekkie?

Engage!

Worried said...

I like ST. In my younger life I attended a few conventions.Once used the excuse of attending a convention in Sacramento, Cal. to escape the Gulf Coast and embark on a 5,500 mile odyssey with my younger sister, before our increasingly irate adult children began demanding that their errant mothers return to the bosom of the family. It was a great escape while it lasted (5 weeks) and I saw a lot of the US countryside. And a few other things.

Favorites: Original ST= Spock, Scotty. NG=Picard. DS9=Worf (saw him at a convention and he's actually a fine looking young man).
V= the American Indian man, my brain went on freeze and can't recall his name at the moment.

I understand the male interest in 7 of 9. The producers did too. Eventually the series should have been called ST: 7 of 9 instead of V, they featured her adventures so much. A lovely and talented young lady. I'm certain her artistry was the main interest of the males. Heh!

Thank you for the url. That is indeed a brave man. Ofcourse Bush will never see his letter as he is insulated from everything he doesn't want to hear. This brave man may find himself under investigation as a possible subversive, as Bush's attitude is that if you or not with him, you are with the terrorists.
You do like to stimulate dialog, don't you. That's good. I like your posts.

Worried said...

Chakoty?

Dem Soldier said...

Lt C. Deanna Troi......for many reasons lol...

Hope the weekend went well..

jd said...

I've always been fascinated by the Q. What would our lives be like in parallel existence?

Progressive Traditionalist said...

I like Spock.
Everything to him was, "Fascinating!"
The fellow could be looking at dog droppings and turn to Kirk, saying, "Fascinating, Captain!"

Progressive Traditionalist said...

Just reminds me, I wish I had Spock around to clean my catbox. I'm sure he would find something in there fascinating.

Zee said...

what do you do or say if you don't watch TV?

Worried said...

Zee, wing it. Or maybe give your favorite literary character, eh Dimitri??

Granny said...

I'll be back. Probably Deanna Troi or better yet, her mother. Now there was a female.

WA it's Chakoty or Chakota or something close to it. I liked him too.

Bebe said...

Totally Chakotay, Grannie.
But I'd have to say Data, the Doctor or Q. The others are just mere humanoids.

Blogger formerly known as JBlue said...

Spock was my first real crush, before I understood that "every 7 years" thing. Worf was also a favorite. Chakotay was HOT, but they really dropped the ball in developing that character. Major Kira was my favorite female character and one of the best-developed ST characters ever (I'm not talking physically, DA. Geez.). Mr. Garak has always been a favorite, too.

DS9 was my favorite ST series.

Who was the best captain?

Nova said...

I had a major crush on Capt. Kirk when I was a little girl.

Bebe said...

Favorite Captain? Sisko is the coolest one, hands down. He's ultra hot, plays baseball, saves worlds, cooks and folks, he's a dad and still has time to be The Emissary!
Janeway is the strongest but at the expense of having no life of her own. An overacheiver all her life, she's very driven and slighty obsessive. She should'a jumped Chakotay and gottten some Maquis action long ago.
But perfection is Jean Luc, artificial heart and all.
Calm, cool yet emotionally available, brilliant, artistic, dashing, trusting, and oh baby, love them piercing blues.

Kathleen Callon said...

I'm ashamed to say I don't have one. I'm more a Star Wars fan. (Han Solo and Chewbacca rule, but Kirk and Spock drool.)

Blogger formerly known as JBlue said...

Sisko is my favorite captain, Bebe.

DA, want to get in on my hat contest. I'm dying to see how it looks on you. Anybody else?

Granny said...

Now we're on captains? Janeway, of course from Voyager.

DA said...

Sorry Granny but I vote JL Picard!