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Re: Who's out there?

From: "Siefert: Australian for GEEK!" <cthulhu@c...>
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 1998 21:32:08 -0600
Subject: Re: Who's out there?

Thomas Barclay wrote:
> Rodents spake thusly upon matters weighty:
> >
> > >Mike spake thusly upon matters weighty:
> > >
> > >Mr. Kochte! Break out the Marines!
> >
> > Sir, they might protest this treatment.
> They're Marines. They'll Eat Vaccuum and love it. Anything for the
> Corps. And since they are Royal Marines, it'll be anything for the
> Corps and then anything for the King.

	Not to mention the daily rum ration.

> > >Mr. Siedl! Stand Ready to Accept a
> > >Boarding Action and Repel Boarders! We can't let those damn Kra'Vak
> > >get a foothold in the new list!!!!!!
> > >
> > >> *Sensors Indicate only a small number of scout vessels my lord!"
> > >>
> > >>
> > >> *ATTACK*
> > >>
> > >> Michael Wikan
> >
> > Er, he's Narn, not Kra'Vak.  ;-)

	"...and there is nothing more inherently dangerous than an
> Well, there are Kra'Vak around here I can smell them. And when we
> find them, maybe a few Narn Bat squads would help deal with them. A
> few T'loths wouldn't hurt either.

	You ought to see Stuart Ford's kit-bashed "Bin-Loths."	A
between the Bin'Tak Dreadnought and the T'Loths.  Nasty looking ships.

Mark A. Siefert

Personally, I think Ayn Rand was onto something when she had the 
goodguys at the end of Atlas Shrugged admiring a new Constitutional 
Amendment: "Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of
and trade ... "  Better yet, Alice, how about "Congress shall make no
law"?	Period. 
				     --L. Neil Smith
				     "Scalping Elmo"


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