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Old 05-08-2008, 10:10 AM
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and I thought about making it into a book but I don't think the subject matter would have gone over too well.

It was about this Vulcan man about age 30-40 and no one wanted to hang out with him or be his friend. Everyone tolerated him and were comfortable enough with him to be put on assignment with him. Reason is, he was the product of a brother/sister, mother/son, father/daughter union. He was an inbred Vulcan. Being an inbreed individual, he didn't have the usual pointed ears that Vulcans do, they were more rounded at the tops and he had a unibrow and didn't go for the whole "devote your life to the pursuit of logic and non-emotion" thing. He was just like any other quiet human but Vulcan instead.

We were on Deep Space Nine and I approached him and we bacame friends.
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Old 05-08-2008, 10:21 AM
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Nice idea!!!

I allways thought a story were a 23rd century Starfleet offcier was stuck in the 1970's, trying not to make waves and survive.
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Oh, I had plenty of "outsider" dreams as well when I was growing up... unfortunately, none of them were Star Trek themed... Yours seems to be of the type that says, "move on to a different enviroment, and you'll be happier."

I had several like that.

Thing was, when I reached 18, and moved out on my own and away from my family, the dreams were proved right!
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I had a dream...

It involved a Klingon... I wrote it down somewhere, I'll find it and come back to you.
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I had a dream...

It involved a Klingon... I wrote it down somewhere, I'll find it and come back to you.
So did Lurs'a or Be'thor take you away to their love nest?

Just teasing you!!
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Pleasant dreams!
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Just about all of my Star Trek dreams are pleasant...and they all feature Spock...
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and I thought about making it into a book but I don't think the subject matter would have gone over too well.

It was about this Vulcan man about age 30-40 and no one wanted to hang out with him or be his friend. Everyone tolerated him and were comfortable enough with him to be put on assignment with him. Reason is, he was the product of a brother/sister, mother/son, father/daughter union. He was an inbred Vulcan. Being an inbreed individual, he didn't have the usual pointed ears that Vulcans do, they were more rounded at the tops and he had a unibrow and didn't go for the whole "devote your life to the pursuit of logic and non-emotion" thing. He was just like any other quiet human but Vulcan instead.

We were on Deep Space Nine and I approached him and we bacame friends.

I'll be honest...It's abit odded with the inbred thing.

I've only had two Star Trek dreams.
The second invovled commanding a hot air ballon starship....
The first was one of the best dreams I ever had.

I was a medical officer treating wounds of a desaster. I was doing triage with Beverly Crusher. What I remember most was the Blue and Orange medical uniforms. I remeber Crusher gave me a lecture about triage and saving the most lives possible. When we were done we saved all but two. They were kids and there was a ceromony for our efforts and Crusher and I decided not to go to that ceremony but instead to attend the memorials of the two we didn't save.

I woke up in tears.
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Just about all of my Star Trek dreams are pleasant...and they all feature Spock...
I can guess were some of them go......lol...
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Was it a dream where you're William Shatner, standing on top of a pyramid in sun-god robes, and there are a thousand naked women cheering you on, and throwing little pickles at you?

(I'm the only one who seems to have this dream.)
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