Spence.Mabry at radioshack.com
Thu Sep 27 11:58:40 PDT 2001
Considering his accent and "good ol' boy" nature, I'd say he was a
For some reason, I though Q'uronos was farther away than the distance they
mentioned in the show -- otherwise you'd thought they'd been seen before. I
thought the ship design was extremely logical and allows for a very visible
evolution from NX-01 to NCC-1701 (and variants)!
BTW -- did anyone else have a transmission glitch while they were on the
planet Rigel 10?
From: Timothy Rayburn [mailto:timothy_of_glastonbury at yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 1:48 PM
To: elfsea at ansteorra.org
Subject: Re: [Elfsea] Off-Topic
I taped it, and can drop it by this evening if you'd like. Personally
I thought that it was wonderful, and the most realistic feeling Trek
series yet. Captain Archer seems very down to earth, and realistic
I'm with Galen though, I'm waiting to find out if Trip (the Engineer)
studied Warp Mechanics at A&M. ;)
--- "Marsh, Vicki" <MarsV at chisd.com> wrote:
> So...I missed the first fifteen minutes of Enterprise last night.
> anyone tape it? Can I borrow the tape?
> So, what did you all think about it? I got to hear the second ten
> while driving, and the dialogue seemed rather stilted.
> Vicki Marsh
> Computer Lab
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> Cedar Hill, TX
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