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Old 04-06-2009, 10:52 AM
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The original Klingon would be cool.

"English! I thought I dreamed hearing it!"?
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Old 04-06-2009, 11:26 AM
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Originally Posted by horatio View Post
It is now the very witching time of night
When Romulans sleep and the wormhole itself breathes out tachyons to this world
Now could I drink hot brandy and lay with Orions whom during bitter day I would quake to look onto.
That's a good one!

I think it's okay to reference the Bard once or twice in the new movie. Shakespeare and other classics certainly are a staple of Trek past, so it definitely wouldn't be out of place.

"O heart, lose not thy nature, let not ever the soul of Nero enter this firm bosom."

Or some enthusiastic Klingons on the field of battle!

"Hark! I hear their drum. Fight, warriors of Kahless! Fight, bold yoemen!
Draw, archers, draw your ba'thlets to the head! Spur your proud targs hard, and ride in blood; amaze the pe'tak with your broken staves!"

"Death, delicious strawberry flavored death!"
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