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2000-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (the_ray@webtv.net)


I just watched it on tape and thought it was pretty good. No matter what kind of episode airs somebody's not gonna like it. I'll watch it, enjoy it and wait for the next episode. Now, where did I leave my copy of "Spock's Brain"?

2000-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("David B." <bothecat@hotmail.com>)


TomR@Fred.Net wrote: > > This post on Thu, 24 Feb 2000 07:11:40 GMT would probably sound more commanding if Steve Christianson wasn't wearing the Yummy Sushi Pajamas: > > : Overall grade: what a piece of sh*t. A complete and utter F. > > It took a few years, but we finally reached below "Threshold". No, we reached that when we got "The Fight" and "Fair Haven". I'd take "Threshold" over those two any day. -- Scully: Snake handling, they didn't talk about that in catechism. Mulder: Maybe not, but I used to know a couple of Catholic school girls, who were experts at it. - The X-Files: "Signs and Wonders" http://pages.whowhere.com/entertainment/scififan/

2000-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (havoc <havoc@ucs.net>)


Julianna Feigl wrote in message <38B57106.3BB8@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>... > >It most definitely sucked! >But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* >time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) > At least Tuvok had almost ZERO involvement in the episode and thus avoided being forced out of character to argue for the logic of preserving the holodeck character over the safety of Harry and Tom. But then again, Tuvok almost NEVER gets any involvement in any episode. Oh well. -Havoc

2000-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


<TomR@Fred.Net> wrote in message news:E7gt4.20$3u1.11801@news.abs.net... > This post on Thu, 24 Feb 2000 07:11:40 GMT would probably sound more commanding if Steve Christianson wasn't wearing the Yummy Sushi Pajamas: > > : Overall grade: what a piece of sh*t. A complete and utter F. > > > It took a few years, but we finally reached below "Threshold". > OMG, really? *makes mental note to NOT be around when the BBC show this ep* -- Sisko: "Do you really want to give up your life for the order of things?" Remata'Klan: "It is not my life to give up, Captain, and it never was." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NOspam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message... > TECHLAB@photo-rescue.com wrote: > > > > It sucked. It sucked, and it also sucked. > > > > Did I mention that it sucked? > > It most definitely sucked! > But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* > time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) > No, that's next week. <g> -- Sisko: "Do you really want to give up your life for the order of things?" Remata'Klan: "It is not my life to give up, Captain, and it never was." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NOspam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


TECHLAB@photo-rescue.com wrote: > > On Thu, 24 Feb 2000 07:11:40 GMT, Steve Christianson > <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote: > > >X-No-Archive: yes > > > > > >(This review represents my personal opinions as a casual Trekker only) > > > > > >Good points: > >None > > > >Bad points: > >(1) The plot. > >(2) The acting. > >(3) The holodeck scenes. > >(4) Anything else I may have forgotten to mention about this ep. > > > >Steve's Goddess points: > >Grrrr....no Seven! > > > >Overall grade: what a piece of sh*t. A complete and utter F. > > Steve: > > We could argue for days on end about this episode, but I find that we > would agree on every point. > > It sucked. It sucked, and it also sucked. > > Did I mention that it sucked? It most definitely sucked! But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (TomR@Fred.Net)


This post on Thu, 24 Feb 2000 07:11:40 GMT would probably sound more commanding if Steve Christianson wasn't wearing the Yummy Sushi Pajamas: : Overall grade: what a piece of sh*t. A complete and utter F. It took a few years, but we finally reached below "Threshold". -- TomR@Fred.Net http://www.fred.net/tomr * Faith Manages...... But Willow is in Tech Support * What does a blooper tape of "The Sopranos" consist of -- the actors blowing their lines and saying, "Gosh Darn Poopie!!"? Mary Kay Bergman 1961-1999

2000-02-24 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (TomR@Fred.Net)


This post on Thu, 24 Feb 2000 07:11:40 GMT would probably sound more commanding if Steve Christianson wasn't wearing the Yummy Sushi Pajamas: : X-No-Archive: yes : (This review represents my personal opinions as a casual Trekker only) : Good points: : None : Bad points: : (1) The plot. : (2) The acting. : (3) The holodeck scenes. : (4) Anything else I may have forgotten to mention about this ep. : Steve's Goddess points: : Grrrr....no Seven! : Overall grade: what a piece of sh*t. A complete and utter F. Good. didn't miss anything. Thanks, Steve. -- TomR@Fred.Net http://www.fred.net/tomr * Faith Manages...... But Willow is in Tech Support * What does a blooper tape of "The Sopranos" consist of -- the actors blowing their lines and saying, "Gosh Darn Poopie!!"? Mary Kay Bergman 1961-1999

2000-02-24 00:00:00 - Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("." <Email@trekdata.demon.co.uk>)


In article <38B4D92E.507C@yahoo.com>, Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> writes >X-No-Archive: yes > > >(This review represents my personal opinions as a casual Trekker only) > > >Good points: >None > >Bad points: >(1) The plot. >(2) The acting. >(3) The holodeck scenes. >(4) Anything else I may have forgotten to mention about this ep. > >Steve's Goddess points: >Grrrr....no Seven! > See it from the positive side: She showed some taste. It seems this Voyager season is nosediving as badly as the Enterprise-D in Generations. :-( >Overall grade: what a piece of sh*t. A complete and utter F. Looks like it... Baerbel Haddrell

2000-02-25 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > <TomR@Fred.Net> wrote in message news:E7gt4.20$3u1.11801@news.abs.net.. > > This post on Thu, 24 Feb 2000 07:11:40 GMT would probably sound more > commanding if Steve Christianson wasn't wearing the Yummy Sushi Pajamas: > > > > : Overall grade: what a piece of sh*t. A complete and utter F. > > > > > > It took a few years, but we finally reached below "Threshold". > > > > OMG, really? 0.0 out of 10 points, yes :-(( > *makes mental note to NOT be around when the BBC show this ep* definitely a wise decision! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-02-25 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NOspam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message... > > TECHLAB@photo-rescue.com wrote: > > > > > > It sucked. It sucked, and it also sucked. > > > > > > Did I mention that it sucked? > > > > It most definitely sucked! > > But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* > > time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) > > > > No, that's next week. <g> don't make me sick! :-( Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-02-25 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


havoc wrote: > > Julianna Feigl wrote in message <38B57106.3BB8@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>... > > > > >It most definitely sucked! > >But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* > >time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) > > > > At least Tuvok had almost ZERO involvement in the episode what else is new? :-( > and thus avoided > being forced out of character to argue for the logic of preserving the > holodeck character over the safety of Harry and Tom. But then again, Tuvok > almost NEVER gets any involvement in any episode. Oh well. and Tim *NEVER* gets anything even vaguely resembling promotion or exposure or *anything* that migth help him find a job once VOY is over... :-( Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-02-25 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


lurker@home wrote: > > Julianna Feigl wrote in message > > > >It most definitely sucked! > >But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* > >time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) > > > > Yeah, but he didn't get the tar beaten out of him either....... you mean... that's *another* good point? Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-02-25 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


TECHLAB wrote: >On Thu, 24 Feb 2000 18:57:26 +0100, Julianna Feigl > <glacierqueen.NOspam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote: > > > >It most definitely sucked! > >But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* > >time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) > > Not till he saw the final edit.. He probably did not bother to see it *this* time... (would have been illogical) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-02-25 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("lurker@home" <bluesbird@crosswinds.net>)


Julianna Feigl wrote in message <38B57106.3BB8@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>... >TECHLAB@photo-rescue.com wrote: >> >> On Thu, 24 Feb 2000 07:11:40 GMT, Steve Christianson >> <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote: >> >> >X-No-Archive: yes >> > >> > >> >(This review represents my personal opinions as a casual Trekker only) >> > >> > >> >Good points: >> >None >> > >> >Bad points: >> >(1) The plot. >> >(2) The acting. >> >(3) The holodeck scenes. >> >(4) Anything else I may have forgotten to mention about this ep. >> > >> >Steve's Goddess points: >> >Grrrr....no Seven! >> > >> >Overall grade: what a piece of sh*t. A complete and utter F. >> >> Steve: >> >> We could argue for days on end about this episode, but I find that we >> would agree on every point. >> >> It sucked. It sucked, and it also sucked. >> >> Did I mention that it sucked? > > >It most definitely sucked! >But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* >time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) > Yeah, but he didn't get the tar beaten out of him either.......

2000-02-26 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message news:38B68568.3337@hotmail.comTuvok.rules... > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > OMG, really? > > 0.0 out of 10 points, yes :-(( > ACK!!!! > > *makes mental note to NOT be around when the BBC show this ep* > > definitely a wise decision! > See, I can be logical! ;-) -- Sisko: "Do you really want to give up your life for the order of things?" Remata'Klan: "It is not my life to give up, Captain, and it never was." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-02-26 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message news:38B6857F.5602@hotmail.comTuvok.rules... > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > No, that's next week. <g> > > don't make me sick! :-( > Oh, sorry, I thought you said Chakotay getting space sick! <eg> -- Sisko: "Do you really want to give up your life for the order of things?" Remata'Klan: "It is not my life to give up, Captain, and it never was." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-02-29 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


lurker@home wrote: > > Julianna Feigl wrote in message <38B68634.21B6@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>... > >lurker@home wrote: > >> > >> Julianna Feigl wrote in message > >> > > >> >It most definitely sucked! > >> >But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* > >> >time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) > >> > > >> > >> Yeah, but he didn't get the tar beaten out of him either....... > > > >you mean... that's *another* good point? > > > > It's all in one's perspective..... > > Shammie: > The main reason to watch Voyager (mischievously) say... what's she doing on Voyager? Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-02-29 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


lurker@home wrote: > > Or to put it another way: > > Pestering Julianna: > The main reason to watch Voyager! You're evil incarnate - almost as bad and despicable as that Tommy-guy :-((((( Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-02-29 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("lurker@home" <bluesbird@crosswinds.net>)


Julianna Feigl wrote in message <38BBEEF1.1C8A@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>... >lurker@home wrote: >> >> Julianna Feigl wrote in message <38B68634.21B6@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>... >> >lurker@home wrote: >> >> >> >> Julianna Feigl wrote in message >> >> > >> >> >It most definitely sucked! >> >> >But there's *one* tiny little redeeming factor to it: at least *this* >> >> >time Tuvok did not get space sick :-) >> >> > >> >> >> >> Yeah, but he didn't get the tar beaten out of him either....... >> > >> >you mean... that's *another* good point? >> > >> >> It's all in one's perspective..... >> >> Shammie: >> The main reason to watch Voyager > >(mischievously) >say... what's she doing on Voyager? > Mischief, of course!

2000-03-01 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message... > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > Oh, sorry, I thought you said Chakotay getting space sick! <eg> > > Now *that* I'd love to see! :-) > It can be arranged. <g> -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-01 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message... > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > See, I can be logical! ;-) > > on occasion, yes :-) > Ouch. <g> -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-01 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message news:38B68568.3337@hotmail.comTuvok.rules.. > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > > > OMG, really? > > > > 0.0 out of 10 points, yes :-(( > > > > ACK!!!! > > > > *makes mental note to NOT be around when the BBC show this ep* > > > > definitely a wise decision! > > > > See, I can be logical! ;-) on occasion, yes :-) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-01 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message news:38B6857F.5602@hotmail.comTuvok.rules.. > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > > > No, that's next week. <g> > > > > don't make me sick! :-( > > > > Oh, sorry, I thought you said Chakotay getting space sick! <eg> Now *that* I'd love to see! :-) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-02 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message... > Evil Bill wrote: > >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > > message... > > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > > > > > Oh, sorry, I thought you said Chakotay getting space sick! <eg> > > > > > > Now *that* I'd love to see! :-) > > > > It can be arranged. <g> > > please do! > Hmmmm... *Season Seven season-opener, scene 1 - Tommy, Chuckles and Doc in sickbay. Chuckles is looking decidely green.* Doc: "Commander, you are experiencing a classic case of space-sickness." Tommy: "Muhahahaha!!!" Chuckles: *unwell groan* *Scene 2 - Janeway, Tuvok and Seven on the bridge* Tuvok: "I am detecting a vessel approaching at high warp. It appears to be of Borg configuration." Janeway: "red alert! Shields up!" *The Borg ship opens fire* Borg: "WE ARE THE BORG. YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE." *Voyager rocks suddenly* *Scene 3 - Sickbay* *Chakotay groans again and throws up all over Tommy* *Scene 4 - B'Elanna and Vorik in Engineering* *A Borg torpedo impacts and a plasma conduit explodes; Vorik is caught in the blast* B'Elanna: "Torres to sickbay, medical emergency in engineering!" *Scene 5 - Bridge* Seven: "I can hear them..." Borg, in Seven's head: "SEVEN OF NINE - TERTIARY ADJUNCT OF UNIMATRIX ZERO-ONE - YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED." *Scene 6* *Voyager is tractored into the Borg cube...* *Scene 7* *Janeway, Tuvok, Seven, Harry, Neelix and a redshirt escape aboard the Delta Flyer* TO BE CONTINUED... **** How's that? <g> -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-02 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


Evil Bill wrote: >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message... > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > > > Oh, sorry, I thought you said Chakotay getting space sick! <eg> > > > > Now *that* I'd love to see! :-) > > > > It can be arranged. <g> > please do! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-02 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message... > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > > > See, I can be logical! ;-) > > > > on occasion, yes :-) > > > > Ouch. <g> :-) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-02 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


Lurker wrote: > Julianna Feigl wrote in message <38BBEEF1.1C8A@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>... > >lurker@home wrote: > >> Shammie: > >> The main reason to watch Voyager > > > >(mischievously) > >say... what's she doing on Voyager? > > > > Mischief, of course! (Trollie imitation on): Oh! (Trollie imitation off) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-03 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message... > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > How's that? <g> > > utterly cool! Do they bring the Doc's holoemitter when they escape? And > do they rescue B'Elanna in time? > *Scene 7: The Delta Flyer* Tuvok: "Voyager's shields have collapsed and the Borg tractor beam is pulling it in." Janeway: "Beam out anyone you can!" *B'Elanna, Ensign Wildman, Lt. Carey and Lt. Feigl materialize* Tuvok: "I regret to say, I could not save the remainder of the crew. The Borg have adapted their subspace field to block the transporters." *cue saddened silence* Janeway: "You did your best, Tuvok. Set course for home, maximum warp." TBC? -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-03 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message... > > Evil Bill wrote: > > >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > > > message... > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > > > > > > > Oh, sorry, I thought you said Chakotay getting space sick! <eg> > > > > > > > > Now *that* I'd love to see! :-) > > > > > > It can be arranged. <g> > > > > please do! > > > > Hmmmm... > > *Season Seven season-opener, scene 1 - Tommy, Chuckles and Doc in sickbay. > Chuckles is looking decidely green.* > > Doc: "Commander, you are experiencing a classic case of space-sickness." > Tommy: "Muhahahaha!!!" > Chuckles: *unwell groan* > > *Scene 2 - Janeway, Tuvok and Seven on the bridge* > > Tuvok: "I am detecting a vessel approaching at high warp. It appears to be > of Borg configuration." > Janeway: "red alert! Shields up!" > > *The Borg ship opens fire* > > Borg: "WE ARE THE BORG. YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE." > > *Voyager rocks suddenly* > > *Scene 3 - Sickbay* > > *Chakotay groans again and throws up all over Tommy* > > *Scene 4 - B'Elanna and Vorik in Engineering* > > *A Borg torpedo impacts and a plasma conduit explodes; Vorik is caught in > the blast* > > B'Elanna: "Torres to sickbay, medical emergency in engineering!" > > *Scene 5 - Bridge* > > Seven: "I can hear them..." > > Borg, in Seven's head: "SEVEN OF NINE - TERTIARY ADJUNCT OF UNIMATRIX > ZERO-ONE - YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED." > > *Scene 6* > > *Voyager is tractored into the Borg cube...* > > *Scene 7* > > *Janeway, Tuvok, Seven, Harry, Neelix and a redshirt escape aboard the Delta > Flyer* > > TO BE CONTINUED... > > **** > > How's that? <g> utterly cool! Do they bring the Doc's holoemitter when they escape? And do they rescue B'Elanna in time? Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-07 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenn.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message... > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > > > How's that? <g> > > > > utterly cool! Do they bring the Doc's holoemitter when they escape? And > > do they rescue B'Elanna in time? > > > > *Scene 7: The Delta Flyer* > > Tuvok: "Voyager's shields have collapsed and the Borg tractor beam is > pulling it in." > > Janeway: "Beam out anyone you can!" > > *B'Elanna, Ensign Wildman, Lt. Carey and Lt. Feigl materialize* > > Tuvok: "I regret to say, I could not save the remainder of the crew. The > Borg have adapted their subspace field to block the transporters." > > *cue saddened silence* > > Janeway: "You did your best, Tuvok. Set course for home, maximum warp." > > TBC? Yes! Please! It's a cool story! :-) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-08 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenn.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message... > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > TBC? > > Yes! Please! It's a cool story! :-) > :) OK. "Kathryn Janeway, Captain's log, stardate 53729.1, "Captain's log. That would be funny, if it wasn't so tragic. Captain of what? Seven survivors out of over a hundred? "It's been three days since Voyager was lost, and the Delta Flyer has remained at high warp. Neelix suggested renaming it the Beta Flyer now that we've left the Delta Quadrant, but no-one had the heart to take him up on it, and I don't blame them. Tuvok's sensors have detected a disabled Borg vessel adrift some light-years from here, and in hopes of finding technology that may speed our journey, we have decided to alter course and board it." ... -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-09 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message... > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > "Kathryn Janeway, Captain's log, stardate 53729.1, > > "Captain's log. That would be funny, if it wasn't so tragic. Captain of > > what? Seven survivors out of over a hundred? > > "It's been three days since Voyager was lost, and the Delta Flyer has > > remained at high warp. Neelix suggested renaming it the Beta Flyer now that > > we've left the Delta Quadrant, but no-one had the heart to take him up on > > it, and I don't blame them. Tuvok's sensors have detected a disabled Borg > > vessel adrift some light-years from here, and in hopes of finding technology > > that may speed our journey, we have decided to alter course and board it." > > I like it! > Tuvok, Harry and Seven prepared to beam aboard the Cube. As they stepped into the transporter, Janeway turned a concerned gaze to Tuvok. "Be careful." She adds a wry smile. "You know what these 'disabled' Cubes are like." Tuvok raised an eyebrow, knowing just what she did: that a disabled Borg vessel wasn't always as dead as it appeared. "Indeed." His gaze said far more than his words as the sparkle of the matter-energy conversion claimed him. It was dark, and life support was barely operating. A faint green glow marked an active, although damaged, line of Borg alcoves, and a functional data node on the opposite column. Seven took a moment to get her bearings, consulted her tricorder, and pointed down an unlit corridor. "The transwarp core is in this direction. Its shielding is offline, but we may encounter resistance if we attempt to remove it." Tuvok and Harry raised their phaser rifles and activated their flashlights. The occasional whirr of power systems attempting to kick in could be heard. Green lights occasionally flickered, although the main source of illumination was still the away team's flashlights. After several minutes' walk, they arrived at the opening to a large chamber where a few lights and an active power system were enough to allow the away team to see without the flashlights. Here it was a little warmer, and the atmosphere a little less stale. Without hesitation, Seven strode to the main power couplings for the transwarp drive. "Once we disconnect the transwarp core, any drones still active will come for us. We must work quickly." Harry moved to her side to assist her in disconnecting the couplings, while Tuvok continued to scan the area, both visually and with his tricorder. as Seven disabled the last coupling, a sudden glow lit up, emanating from a nearby corridor, and four Borg drones left their alcoves and moved towards the away team... -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-09 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenn.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message... > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > > > TBC? > > > > Yes! Please! It's a cool story! :-) > > > > :) > > OK. > > "Kathryn Janeway, Captain's log, stardate 53729.1, > "Captain's log. That would be funny, if it wasn't so tragic. Captain of > what? Seven survivors out of over a hundred? > "It's been three days since Voyager was lost, and the Delta Flyer has > remained at high warp. Neelix suggested renaming it the Beta Flyer now that > we've left the Delta Quadrant, but no-one had the heart to take him up on > it, and I don't blame them. Tuvok's sensors have detected a disabled Borg > vessel adrift some light-years from here, and in hopes of finding technology > that may speed our journey, we have decided to alter course and board it." > I like it! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-14 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message > > I like the story :-) > Thanks :) **** Tuvok tapped a few controls on his phaser rifle, retuning it to a random frequency, and fired. The first drone gagged and fell to the ground in convulsions; the second swiftly followed. The third, however, blocked the beam as the collective adapted to the base settings. Another trio of Borg stepped from their alcoves and moved towards a damaged power coupling, commencing a repair procedure. The low hum of active power systems increased in volume as more came online. Tuvok hit his comm badge. "Tuvok to Delta Flyer, we have disconnected the Borg transwarp coil. Lock on and beam it into space." "Acknowledged," B'Elanna's voice came back, sounding tinny through the comm circuits. A beat. The transwarp coil shimmered and disappeared. Harry dodged a Borg drone that extended its arm towards his neck. Tuvok tapped his comm badge again. "Delta Flyer, emergency beamout!" **** B'Elanna's fingers danced over her console, energizing the emergency beamout and locking a tractor beam on the transwarp coil at the same instant. The away team materialized, none the worse for their brush with assimiliation. Janeway nodded, a faint smile touching the corners of her lips. "Good work, Tuvok." "Thank you, Captain," he said; his usual impassive demeanour remained, but Janeway could read his expression better than most and could tell he was relieved that things had gone according to plan. She turned to B'Elanna. "Get us out of here, maximum warp!" "Aye, Captain!" the half-Klingon responded gratefully, hitting a single control and watching as the warp field formed, propelling the Delta Flyer - and its tractored cargo - past the light-speed barrier. Behind them, the Borg vessel began to power up, slowly righting itself... -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-15 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in message news:38CFF1A0.6989@hotmail.comTuvok.rules... > > I *love* the way how you use the characters that are being ignored by > TPTB and actually manage to make them look competent and > three-dimensional, not caricatures :-)))) > Thanks :) I have been trying to do them justice :) **** Three days later: the Delta Flyer docked at a small space station orbiting a Nai'Kiri colony. The Nai'Kari ("Species 4228", according to Seven) were a friendly, benevolent race of trader-explorers, who were only too happy to assist the Flyer's crew in installing their newly-acquired transwarp coil. The station's commander, however, Manager Chindrassa, did have one or two doubts, and addressed them to Janeway in her office. "Captain, I understand you - let's say 'liberated' - this coil from an active Borg cube. Are you sure that was wise? For all we know, they could be following you at this very moment, and if they find you, our world is doomed." Janeway looked her in the eye steadfastly. "I understand your concerns, Manager - I share them - but my engineer assures me our repairs should be complete in a couple of days. And if those Borg have any sense at all, I suspect they'll head straight back to their territory to repair their ship before they come looking for any 'targets'. I don't think you have anything to worry about." She gifted Chandrassa with a reassuring smile, and the Nai'Kiri visibly relaxed, understanding the Starfleet officer's logic. Later that day, Janeway was getting some much-needed sleep in the back of the Delta Flyer's cockpit, when her comm badge blipped urgently. "Torres to Janeway." The older woman groaned softly as she jerked into wakefulness. "Janeway here." B'Elanna's voice came back, sounding excited. "Captain, we're ready to bring the transwarp coil online." Janeway sat up hurriedly, all trace of sleep gone. "Do it!" **** -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-15 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message > > > > I like the story :-) > > > > Thanks :) > > **** > > Tuvok tapped a few controls on his phaser rifle, retuning it to a random > frequency, and fired. The first drone gagged and fell to the ground in > convulsions; the second swiftly followed. The third, however, blocked the > beam as the collective adapted to the base settings. Another trio of Borg > stepped from their alcoves and moved towards a damaged power coupling, > commencing a repair procedure. The low hum of active power systems increased > in volume as more came online. > > Tuvok hit his comm badge. "Tuvok to Delta Flyer, we have disconnected > the Borg transwarp coil. Lock on and beam it into space." > > "Acknowledged," B'Elanna's voice came back, sounding tinny through the > comm circuits. A beat. The transwarp coil shimmered and disappeared. Harry > dodged a Borg drone that extended its arm towards his neck. Tuvok tapped his > comm badge again. "Delta Flyer, emergency beamout!" > > **** > > B'Elanna's fingers danced over her console, energizing the emergency > beamout and locking a tractor beam on the transwarp coil at the same > instant. The away team materialized, none the worse for their brush with > assimiliation. Janeway nodded, a faint smile touching the corners of her > lips. "Good work, Tuvok." > > "Thank you, Captain," he said; his usual impassive demeanour remained, > but Janeway could read his expression better than most and could tell he was > relieved that things had gone according to plan. She turned to B'Elanna. > "Get us out of here, maximum warp!" > > "Aye, Captain!" the half-Klingon responded gratefully, hitting a single > control and watching as the warp field formed, propelling the Delta Flyer - > and its tractored cargo - past the light-speed barrier. > > Behind them, the Borg vessel began to power up, slowly righting > itself... > I *love* the way how you use the characters that are being ignored by TPTB and actually manage to make them look competent and three-dimensional, not caricatures :-)))) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-17 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen@hotmail.com>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk> wrote: > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen.NO.spam@hotmail.comTuvok.rules> wrote in > message news:38CFF1A0.6989@hotmail.comTuvok.rules... > > > > I *love* the way how you use the characters that are being ignored by > > TPTB and actually manage to make them look competent and > > three-dimensional, not caricatures :-)))) > > > > Thanks :) > I have been trying to do them justice :) it shows! > **** > > Three days later: the Delta Flyer docked at a small space station > orbiting a Nai'Kiri colony. The Nai'Kari ("Species 4228", according to > Seven) were a friendly, benevolent race of trader-explorers, who were only > too happy to assist the Flyer's crew in installing their newly-acquired > transwarp coil. > > The station's commander, however, Manager Chindrassa, did have one or > two doubts, and addressed them to Janeway in her office. "Captain, I > understand you - let's say 'liberated' - this coil from an active Borg cube. > Are you sure that was wise? For all we know, they could be following you at > this very moment, and if they find you, our world is doomed." > > Janeway looked her in the eye steadfastly. "I understand your concerns, > Manager - I share them - but my engineer assures me our repairs should be > complete in a couple of days. And if those Borg have any sense at all, I > suspect they'll head straight back to their territory to repair their ship > before they come looking for any 'targets'. I don't think you have anything > to worry about." She gifted Chandrassa with a reassuring smile, and the > Nai'Kiri visibly relaxed, understanding the Starfleet officer's logic. > > Later that day, Janeway was getting some much-needed sleep in the back > of the Delta Flyer's cockpit, when her comm badge blipped urgently. "Torres > to Janeway." > > The older woman groaned softly as she jerked into wakefulness. "Janeway > here." > > B'Elanna's voice came back, sounding excited. "Captain, we're ready to > bring the transwarp coil online." > > Janeway sat up hurriedly, all trace of sleep gone. "Do it!" > > **** Oh, the suspense! :-) Julianna ------------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-18 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen@hotmail.com> wrote in message... > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk> wrote: > > > > Thanks :) > > I have been trying to do them justice :) > > it shows! > *blush* Now all I need are a few lines for Neelix and Harry :) > > Oh, the suspense! :-) > **** Torres entered the activation sequence and the low hum of the quiescent coil grew in volume and pitch as it came online. "Plasma matrix looks stable... reaction at 400 megacochranes and rising steadily... Captain, I think we've got it!" Her voice was excited - if this worked, it would not only get the Voyager survivors home, but it would be the greatest breakthrough in warp physics since Zefram Cochrane engaged the first warp engine over 300 years ago. "Harry, you ready?" B'Elanna called up to the cockpit. "Ready as I'll ever be!" he called back. "OK... departing the station... one-quarter impulse power.". He could barely keep the excitement out of his voice - after six years lost in uncharted space, they were finally going home. This coil could easily get them across the remaining 25,000 light-years and conceivably leave them hanging in Earth orbit. Suddenly, his thoughts went back to Libby. He would have asked her to marry him once Voyager had returned from the Badlands, but he'd never gotten the chance. And now? Was she still waiting for him, or had she found someone else? Did it even matter any more? The main thing was - they were going home. He just wished the rest of his friends could have been here too. If only... if only... Harry realized he was slipping into melancholy daydreams, and that the Flyer had cleared the station. "Setting course for Earth," he sang out. "Initiating transwarp drive... NOW!" -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/; ICQ number: 37464244 Remove KILL-THE-SPAM from my email address to respond. Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-20 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen@hotmail.com>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk> wrote in message: iKDA4.10117$za2.279049@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen@hotmail.com> wrote in message... > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk> wrote: > > > > > > Thanks :) > > > I have been trying to do them justice :) > > > > it shows! > > > > *blush* > Now all I need are a few lines for Neelix and Harry :) I'm sure that can be done easily :-) > > Oh, the suspense! :-) > > > > **** > > Torres entered the activation sequence and the low hum of the quiescent > coil grew in volume and pitch as it came online. "Plasma matrix looks > stable... reaction at 400 megacochranes and rising steadily... Captain, I > think we've got it!" Her voice was excited - if this worked, it would not > only get the Voyager survivors home, but it would be the greatest > breakthrough in warp physics since Zefram Cochrane engaged the first warp > engine over 300 years ago. "Harry, you ready?" B'Elanna called up to the > cockpit. > > "Ready as I'll ever be!" he called back. "OK... departing the > station... one-quarter impulse power.". He could barely keep the excitement > out of his voice - after six years lost in uncharted space, they were > finally going home. This coil could easily get them across the remaining > 25,000 light-years and conceivably leave them hanging in Earth orbit. > > Suddenly, his thoughts went back to Libby. He would have asked her to > marry him once Voyager had returned from the Badlands, but he'd never gotten > the chance. And now? Was she still waiting for him, or had she found > someone else? > > Did it even matter any more? The main thing was - they were going home. > He just wished the rest of his friends could have been here too. If only... > if only... > > Harry realized he was slipping into melancholy daydreams, and that the > Flyer had cleared the station. > > "Setting course for Earth," he sang out. "Initiating transwarp drive... > NOW!" > I like that! That's consistent with Harry's character that he cares for the others and feels sorry they couldn't rescue everybody! :-) Julianna ------------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-21 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message: > > Still waiting for the right Neelix moment, but Harry just got one as you saw > > :) > > > > Yep, I noticed! > :) Oh, yes... and didn't we bring the Wildmans along as well? Have to find a moment for them... after all, Samantha's about to be re-united with her husband and Naomi is going to meet her father for the very first time... > > > > Well, we know he has the element of his personality, since we saw it taken > > to extremes in "Timeless" :) > > that's why I liked it so much! > It was a damn good ep :) > > WOW! You really know how to end a chapter and make your readers want for > more! :-) > Perhaps I have a gift? ;-) **** "Hold it together, Harry!" Janeway shouted over the screech of buckling duranium... there was a sudden bright flash of light... and then, the transwarp conduit vanished. They were back in normal space. Janeway was the first to recover. "See if you can find out where we are," she said. Harry worked his controls, scanning the area for anything matching Starfleet star maps... "Captain," he said, his voice trembling slightly... "according to our sensors, we've travelled almost 19,000 light-years, and we are now located in Sector 317 of the Beta Quadrant. We - " he stopped and swallowed - "we could reach Earth in six months." Shocked silence. Even Seven, who had no particular desire to return to her birthplace, and Neelix, for whom this was the other side of the galaxy from his home, were stunned. Perhaps none of them had really believed they'd ever make it... ... but there was no time for celebration, or for anything else. "Captain," Tuvok reported, "I am detecting an energy surge nearby. A vessel is decloaking. It appears to be... a Romulan warbird." "Shields up," Janeway ordered... -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/ E-mail: evilbill@nutter.swinternet.co.uk. ICQ number: 37464244 Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-21 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen@hotmail.com>)


EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message: PUJB4.1202$pQ5.35411@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk> wrote in > > message: iKDA4.10117$za2.279049@nnrp3.clara.net... > > > > > > *blush* > > > Now all I need are a few lines for Neelix and Harry :) > > > > I'm sure that can be done easily :-) > > > > Yep :) > Still waiting for the right Neelix moment, but Harry just got one as you saw > :) > Yep, I noticed! > > > > I like that! That's consistent with Harry's character that he cares for > the > > others and feels sorry they couldn't rescue everybody! :-) > > > > Well, we know he has the element of his personality, since we saw it taken > to extremes in "Timeless" :) that's why I liked it so much! > **** > > The Flyer shuddered as the transwarp matrix formed around it, projecting > it to speeds beyond the realm of possibility - until now. Harry gazed > wide-eyed at the kaleidoscope on the viewscreen as the Flyer plunged through > the newly-formed conduit, and it was only by an act of will that he returned > his attention to the controls and began to measure off the distance they had > travelled... a hundred light-years already... a hundred and fifty... two > hundred... in seconds! > > "It's a thing of beauty," Neelix observed, in what, for him, was a quiet > tone of voice. > "Yes, it is," Kathryn said softly, overwhelmed. They were actually > going home. After six years and the loss of almost all the crew, they were > finally going home. > > B'Elanna came up behind them, and Janeway turned to her. "Good job, > B'Elanna," she said with a smile. "Thank you Captain," the engineer > replied - although, she was thinking to herself - *what is there for me to > go home to? Voyager was my home - and now I've lost nearly everybody I cared > about.* > > She took a seat, picking up a tool and starting repairs on Doc's mobile > emitter. Everyone knew he'd probably want to be there when the Flyer came > out of transwarp in Earth orbit... > > ...or would it? The small vessel was shaking more strongly now, and > even Tuvok had to keep a grip on his console. Harry shouted above the > increasing turbulence, "The transwarp conduit is unstable! We're losing > it..." > > **** WOW! You really know how to end a chapter and make your readers want for more! :-) Julianna ------------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-21 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbillKILL-THE-SPAM@nutter.swinternet.co.uk> wrote in > message: iKDA4.10117$za2.279049@nnrp3.clara.net... > > > > *blush* > > Now all I need are a few lines for Neelix and Harry :) > > I'm sure that can be done easily :-) > Yep :) Still waiting for the right Neelix moment, but Harry just got one as you saw :) > > I like that! That's consistent with Harry's character that he cares for the > others and feels sorry they couldn't rescue everybody! :-) > Well, we know he has the element of his personality, since we saw it taken to extremes in "Timeless" :) **** The Flyer shuddered as the transwarp matrix formed around it, projecting it to speeds beyond the realm of possibility - until now. Harry gazed wide-eyed at the kaleidoscope on the viewscreen as the Flyer plunged through the newly-formed conduit, and it was only by an act of will that he returned his attention to the controls and began to measure off the distance they had travelled... a hundred light-years already... a hundred and fifty... two hundred... in seconds! "It's a thing of beauty," Neelix observed, in what, for him, was a quiet tone of voice. "Yes, it is," Kathryn said softly, overwhelmed. They were actually going home. After six years and the loss of almost all the crew, they were finally going home. B'Elanna came up behind them, and Janeway turned to her. "Good job, B'Elanna," she said with a smile. "Thank you Captain," the engineer replied - although, she was thinking to herself - *what is there for me to go home to? Voyager was my home - and now I've lost nearly everybody I cared about.* She took a seat, picking up a tool and starting repairs on Doc's mobile emitter. Everyone knew he'd probably want to be there when the Flyer came out of transwarp in Earth orbit... ...or would it? The small vessel was shaking more strongly now, and even Tuvok had to keep a grip on his console. Harry shouted above the increasing turbulence, "The transwarp conduit is unstable! We're losing it..." **** -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/ E-mail: evilbill@nutter.swinternet.co.uk. ICQ number: 37464244 Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-22 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen@hotmail.com>)


EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message: PKTB4.1722$pQ5.45148@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > > > EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message: > > > Still waiting for the right Neelix moment, but Harry just got one as you > saw > > > :) > > > > > > > Yep, I noticed! > > > > :) > Oh, yes... and didn't we bring the Wildmans along as well? Have to find a > moment for them... after all, Samantha's about to be re-united with her > husband and Naomi is going to meet her father for the very first time... Can we sedate Naomi and keep her that way till Daddy arrives to take care of her??? > > > Well, we know he has the element of his personality, since we saw it > taken > > > to extremes in "Timeless" :) > > > > that's why I liked it so much! > > > > It was a damn good ep :) > Definitely! > > WOW! You really know how to end a chapter and make your readers want for > > more! :-) > > > > Perhaps I have a gift? ;-) Honestly, I think you do. > **** > > "Hold it together, Harry!" Janeway shouted over the screech of buckling > duranium... there was a sudden bright flash of light... and then, the > transwarp conduit vanished. They were back in normal space. > > Janeway was the first to recover. "See if you can find out where we > are," she said. Harry worked his controls, scanning the area for anything > matching Starfleet star maps... "Captain," he said, his voice trembling > slightly... "according to our sensors, we've travelled almost 19,000 > light-years, and we are now located in Sector 317 of the Beta Quadrant. > We - " he stopped and swallowed - "we could reach Earth in six months." > > Shocked silence. Even Seven, who had no particular desire to return to > her birthplace, and Neelix, for whom this was the other side of the galaxy > from his home, were stunned. Perhaps none of them had really believed they'd > ever make it... > > ... but there was no time for celebration, or for anything else. > "Captain," Tuvok reported, "I am detecting an energy surge nearby. A vessel > is decloaking. It appears to be... a Romulan warbird." > > "Shields up," Janeway ordered... Now how could things get possibly worse than *that*?????? Julianna ------------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-22 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Laura Ware <laware@strato.net>)


EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message news:PKTB4.1722$pQ5.45148@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > > > EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message: > > > Still waiting for the right Neelix moment, but Harry just got one as you > saw > > > :) > > > > > > > Yep, I noticed! > > > > :) > Oh, yes... and didn't we bring the Wildmans along as well? Have to find a > moment for them... after all, Samantha's about to be re-united with her > husband and Naomi is going to meet her father for the very first time... > > > > > > > Well, we know he has the element of his personality, since we saw it > taken > > > to extremes in "Timeless" :) > > > > that's why I liked it so much! > > > > It was a damn good ep :) > > > > > WOW! You really know how to end a chapter and make your readers want for > > more! :-) > > > > Perhaps I have a gift? ;-) > > **** > > "Hold it together, Harry!" Janeway shouted over the screech of buckling > duranium... there was a sudden bright flash of light... and then, the > transwarp conduit vanished. They were back in normal space. > > Janeway was the first to recover. "See if you can find out where we > are," she said. Harry worked his controls, scanning the area for anything > matching Starfleet star maps... "Captain," he said, his voice trembling > slightly... "according to our sensors, we've travelled almost 19,000 > light-years, and we are now located in Sector 317 of the Beta Quadrant. > We - " he stopped and swallowed - "we could reach Earth in six months." > > Shocked silence. Even Seven, who had no particular desire to return to > her birthplace, and Neelix, for whom this was the other side of the galaxy > from his home, were stunned. Perhaps none of them had really believed they'd > ever make it... > > ... but there was no time for celebration, or for anything else. > "Captain," Tuvok reported, "I am detecting an energy surge nearby. A vessel > is decloaking. It appears to be... a Romulan warbird." > > "Shields up," Janeway ordered... This has been so good, Bill! :-) But NOW what happens?

2000-03-22 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com>)


"Laura Ware" <laware@strato.net> wrote in message news:z9XB4.1845 > > This has been so good, Bill! :-) Thanks :) > But NOW what happens? > Wait and see! ;-) -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/ E-mail: evilbill@nutter.swinternet.co.uk. ICQ number: 37464244 Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-23 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com>)


"EvilBill" <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message <snip> Doh! Replying to my own post here... but I absently pressed "Send" instead of "Save" before writing the next installment! So, OK, here goes... **** "Their weapons are fully powered", Tuvok reported as the Romulan closed. "They are hailing us." "Open a channel," Janeway said, focusing on the task at hand, rather than a frightened Naomi Wildman being comforted by her mother and Neelix. The Flyer's small viewscreen switched from the starscape to the aristocratic face of a Romulan commander. "I am Commander Marsak of the Imperial warbird Therex. Your presence in Romulan space is a treaty violation. State your reason for being here." "I am Captain Kathryn Janeway of the Delta Flyer," Janeway said in her "let's-be-diplomatic" tone of voice. "We didn't intend to intrude on Romulan territory. We've been lost in unexplored space for a number of years and only got here thanks to some salvaged Borg technology. Our intent was to reach Federation teritory, but it didn't last that long. We're just trying to get home." The Romulan raised his eyebrow in a very Vulcan-like fashion. "Very well. I am prepared to give you - what do you humans call it - the 'benefit of the doubt'. For now. Bring your vessel alongside mine and we will escort you to the Federation border. Marsak out." The channel closed. Janeway - and, in fact, the rest of the crew - were almost stunned. A romulan, co-operating? "Most curious," Tuvok stated, voicing their thoughts. "Although he seems suspicious of us, he has not reacted in typical Romulan fashion." Janeway nodded. "Maybe things have changed since we've been away. We know the Federation was at war with the Dominion..." The thought passed through the minds of each of them - what if the Federation had lost? What if it was under Romulan rule - or worse, Dominion rule? But they had come too far to give in to their doubts now. They had to see this through. -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/ E-mail: evilbill@nutter.swinternet.co.uk. ICQ number: 37464244 Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-23 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen@hotmail.com>)


EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message: HedC4.2497$Eq.44361@nnrp4.clara.net... > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > > > EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message: > > > Oh, yes... and didn't we bring the Wildmans along as well? Have to find > a > > > moment for them... after all, Samantha's about to be re-united with her > > > husband and Naomi is going to meet her father for the very first time... > > > > Can we sedate Naomi and keep her that way till Daddy arrives to take care > of > > her??? > > > > No, but we can have her be asleep through the journey :) that's acceptable! > > > Perhaps I have a gift? ;-) > > > > Honestly, I think you do. > > > > *blushes yet again* > Thanks :) > > > > > Now how could things get possibly worse than *that*?????? > > > > Well, that Borg cube they "liberated" the transwarp coil from could come > blazing out the conduit bringing fifty companion vessels with it... <eg> > > But, nope. It wouldn't have had time to be re-fitted and travel that far yet > <g> > (waiting for next chapter...) Julianna ------------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-23 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Michael Robinson <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


Blade wrote: > > On Wed, 22 Mar 2000 06:39:17 -0000, "EvilBill" > <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote: > > >"Laura Ware" <laware@strato.net> wrote in message news:z9XB4.1845 > >> > >> This has been so good, Bill! :-) > > > >Thanks :) > > > >> But NOW what happens? > >> > > > >Wait and see! ;-) > > I dunno... it's hard to wait for these little segments when the story > is so good :-) > > Kinda interesting that so much has happened in such a short amount of > story though it still seems to work smoothly... Perhaps it's just > because it's divided in this little serial mode but it's definitely > cool. Only one small request... POST MORE! Oh, and will you be posting > this as a whole at sometime as fanfic (maybe with new, previously > unreleased footage <g>) or am I gonna have to cut/paste this thing to > add to my personal fanfiction archive? :-) > > And on a different note. Sorry I haven't been posting much recently > after my delurk but my net access has been sorta severely limited and > I've hit a major setback on catching up on posts... Also, for anyone > that remembers when I said I'd make a story about this group on > Voyager and a certain sock monkey mutiny will hopefully see that > soon... It will feature this newsgroup gang, Q, Sock Monkeys, the > Voyager crew, and massive doses of hilarity if pulled off correctly. I > only plan on posting the story bits on this newsgroup but if anyone > doesn't wanna be in it for some reason or wanna be placed in a certain > position on board the ship lemme know... (some of ya already are in > places like Rika being the new CMO... and EB of course as Captain...) > > Blade > > ICQ# 14126341 Science Officer! Science Officer! I got dibs! * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-03-23 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Blade <kvanza@yahoo.comNOSPAM>)


On Wed, 22 Mar 2000 06:39:17 -0000, "EvilBill" <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote: >"Laura Ware" <laware@strato.net> wrote in message news:z9XB4.1845 >> >> This has been so good, Bill! :-) > >Thanks :) > >> But NOW what happens? >> > >Wait and see! ;-) I dunno... it's hard to wait for these little segments when the story is so good :-) Kinda interesting that so much has happened in such a short amount of story though it still seems to work smoothly... Perhaps it's just because it's divided in this little serial mode but it's definitely cool. Only one small request... POST MORE! Oh, and will you be posting this as a whole at sometime as fanfic (maybe with new, previously unreleased footage <g>) or am I gonna have to cut/paste this thing to add to my personal fanfiction archive? :-) And on a different note. Sorry I haven't been posting much recently after my delurk but my net access has been sorta severely limited and I've hit a major setback on catching up on posts... Also, for anyone that remembers when I said I'd make a story about this group on Voyager and a certain sock monkey mutiny will hopefully see that soon... It will feature this newsgroup gang, Q, Sock Monkeys, the Voyager crew, and massive doses of hilarity if pulled off correctly. I only plan on posting the story bits on this newsgroup but if anyone doesn't wanna be in it for some reason or wanna be placed in a certain position on board the ship lemme know... (some of ya already are in places like Rika being the new CMO... and EB of course as Captain...) Blade ICQ# 14126341

2000-03-23 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com>)


"Blade" <kvanza@yahoo.comNOSPAM> wrote in message > On Wed, 22 Mar 2000 06:39:17 -0000, "EvilBill" > <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote: > > >Wait and see! ;-) > > I dunno... it's hard to wait for these little segments when the story > is so good :-) > Heh, thanks :) Still working on the next segment... it's just something I'm making up as I go, rather than anything I've planned in advance. > Kinda interesting that so much has happened in such a short amount of > story though it still seems to work smoothly... Perhaps it's just > because it's divided in this little serial mode but it's definitely > cool. Only one small request... POST MORE! Oh, and will you be posting > this as a whole at sometime as fanfic (maybe with new, previously > unreleased footage <g>) or am I gonna have to cut/paste this thing to > add to my personal fanfiction archive? :-) > Well, so far I have pasted the whole thing together, and once it's finished I can give it a little editing and post the whole thing if there's enough demand for it :) > And on a different note. Sorry I haven't been posting much recently > after my delurk but my net access has been sorta severely limited and > I've hit a major setback on catching up on posts... Also, for anyone > that remembers when I said I'd make a story about this group on > Voyager and a certain sock monkey mutiny will hopefully see that > soon... It will feature this newsgroup gang, Q, Sock Monkeys, the > Voyager crew, and massive doses of hilarity if pulled off correctly. I > only plan on posting the story bits on this newsgroup but if anyone > doesn't wanna be in it for some reason or wanna be placed in a certain > position on board the ship lemme know... (some of ya already are in > places like Rika being the new CMO... and EB of course as Captain...) > Mic has to be the ship's Counselor... and a romantic scene between her and the Captain wouldn't go amiss <eg> -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/ E-mail: evilbill@nutter.swinternet.co.uk. ICQ number: 37464244 Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-23 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueen@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message: > > Oh, yes... and didn't we bring the Wildmans along as well? Have to find a > > moment for them... after all, Samantha's about to be re-united with her > > husband and Naomi is going to meet her father for the very first time... > > Can we sedate Naomi and keep her that way till Daddy arrives to take care of > her??? > No, but we can have her be asleep through the journey :) > > > > Perhaps I have a gift? ;-) > > Honestly, I think you do. > *blushes yet again* Thanks :) > > Now how could things get possibly worse than *that*?????? > Well, that Borg cube they "liberated" the transwarp coil from could come blazing out the conduit bringing fifty companion vessels with it... <eg> But, nope. It wouldn't have had time to be re-fitted and travel that far yet <g> **** -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/ E-mail: evilbill@nutter.swinternet.co.uk. ICQ number: 37464244 Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-24 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Laura Ware <laware@strato.net>)


Blade <kvanza@yahoo.comNOSPAM> wrote in message news:ue9jdso4kkvqtvjlhm8r1tkg0q4k2nc4av@4ax.com... > On Wed, 22 Mar 2000 06:39:17 -0000, "EvilBill" > <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote: > > >"Laura Ware" <laware@strato.net> wrote in message news:z9XB4.1845 > >> > >> This has been so good, Bill! :-) > > > >Thanks :) > > > >> But NOW what happens? > >> > > > >Wait and see! ;-) > > I dunno... it's hard to wait for these little segments when the story > is so good :-) > > Kinda interesting that so much has happened in such a short amount of > story though it still seems to work smoothly... Perhaps it's just > because it's divided in this little serial mode but it's definitely > cool. Only one small request... POST MORE! Oh, and will you be posting > this as a whole at sometime as fanfic (maybe with new, previously > unreleased footage <g>) or am I gonna have to cut/paste this thing to > add to my personal fanfiction archive? :-) > > And on a different note. Sorry I haven't been posting much recently > after my delurk but my net access has been sorta severely limited and > I've hit a major setback on catching up on posts... I've wondered where you were... >Also, for anyone > that remembers when I said I'd make a story about this group on > Voyager and a certain sock monkey mutiny will hopefully see that > soon... It will feature this newsgroup gang, Q, Sock Monkeys, the > Voyager crew, and massive doses of hilarity if pulled off correctly. I > only plan on posting the story bits on this newsgroup but if anyone > doesn't wanna be in it for some reason or wanna be placed in a certain > position on board the ship lemme know... (some of ya already are in > places like Rika being the new CMO... and EB of course as Captain...) I wanna be in it! Pleasepleasepleaseplease!!

2000-03-29 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (EvilBill <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > Have you been working on this during my absence??? It's *really* > interesting! > Thanks :) I've got to think hard about what I'm going to do for the next part... -- Hugh: "Resistance is... NOT futile." EvilBill's home page: http://members.xoom.com/EvilBill/ E-mail: evilbill@nutter.swinternet.co.uk. ICQ number: 37464244 Get paid to surf the web: http://www.alladvantage.com/join.asp?refid=dtd-950

2000-03-29 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Thu, 23 Mar 2000 22:49:58 -0000, "EvilBill" <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote: >"EvilBill" <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote in message > ><snip> > >Doh! Replying to my own post here... but I absently pressed "Send" instead >of "Save" before writing the next installment! > >So, OK, here goes... > >**** > > "Their weapons are fully powered", Tuvok reported as the Romulan closed. >"They are hailing us." > > "Open a channel," Janeway said, focusing on the task at hand, rather >than a frightened Naomi Wildman being comforted by her mother and Neelix. > > The Flyer's small viewscreen switched from the starscape to the >aristocratic face of a Romulan commander. "I am Commander Marsak of the >Imperial warbird Therex. Your presence in Romulan space is a treaty >violation. State your reason for being here." > > "I am Captain Kathryn Janeway of the Delta Flyer," Janeway said in her >"let's-be-diplomatic" tone of voice. "We didn't intend to intrude on >Romulan territory. We've been lost in unexplored space for a number of >years and only got here thanks to some salvaged Borg technology. Our intent >was to reach Federation teritory, but it didn't last that long. We're just >trying to get home." > > The Romulan raised his eyebrow in a very Vulcan-like fashion. "Very >well. I am prepared to give you - what do you humans call it - the 'benefit >of the doubt'. For now. Bring your vessel alongside mine and we will >escort you to the Federation border. Marsak out." > > The channel closed. Janeway - and, in fact, the rest of the crew - were >almost stunned. A romulan, co-operating? "Most curious," Tuvok stated, >voicing their thoughts. "Although he seems suspicious of us, he has not >reacted in typical Romulan fashion." > > Janeway nodded. "Maybe things have changed since we've been away. We >know the Federation was at war with the Dominion..." > > The thought passed through the minds of each of them - what if the >Federation had lost? What if it was under Romulan rule - or worse, Dominion >rule? > > But they had come too far to give in to their doubts now. They had to >see this through. Have you been working on this during my absence??? It's *really* interesting! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-03-30 00:00:00 - Re: Big Steve's Voyager Review: "Spirit Folk" **SPOILERS** - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Wed, 29 Mar 2000 22:17:10 +0100, "EvilBill" <SPAM-SUCKS@I-RULE-THE-UNIVERSE.com> wrote: >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message >> >> Have you been working on this during my absence??? It's *really* >> interesting! >> > >Thanks :) > >I've got to think hard about what I'm going to do for the next part... I'm sure it will be great! :-) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!