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oh well guess I'll wait
Time for Ferengi wisdom I think.
The 97th Rule of Acquisition states
'Enough...is never enough'
and to judge by the comments this applies to Stargate Atlantis.
it kinda seems to me that the Vulcan's have more constructive wisdom than the Ferengi plus they got that righteous Deathgrip
There's no need to be offensive!!
Seriously though my wisdom is designed to enhance profits and have a bit of fun as well.
The Vulcans just use logic and are totally confused when you do not behave logically.
For example the 76th Rule of Acquisition fits perfectly
'Every once in a while declare peace. It confuses the hell out of your enemies'
BTW Ferengi physiology is not susceptible to that grip.
Which only renders an opponent unconscious not dead anyway. (assuming you mean the neckpinch)
nice stargate sg-1 trailer of the ark of truth at www.stargate-news.com can't wait
Episode 3 seems slow to download. ANyone else experience this? Not got faster than 3 Kbs
you know what that was supposed to say "Touche" not "Touch?" LOL
you can download it here from the divx "Watch Videos" Section I added 4x03 it there
Hey touch makes it a bit more fun than a touche. Though I suppose it depends o who or what you're touchin' or touche'n for that matter ^_^
I was touche -ing Quarks previous response
but it wouldnt input the accented e at the end so it came out touch?
Touch is not really the thing for Ferengi.
Lobe stroking is so much more satisfying!!
This is the Ferengi number one erogenous zone
(for those of you who did not bother to watch Star trek)
its a popular erogenous zone for many different species
ok guys ya seem to kill the chat.
its about Stargate Atlantis remember?
did anyone like 4-04?
I know it was a filler but...
If you read the earlier posts in this thread you will
find plenty of comments as to the worth of this episode.
Yes it is a Stargate Atlantis thread but when we've run
out of things to say about the episode in question we
have a bit of fun. OK.
"I believe in an open mind, but not so open that your brains fall out." -Arthur Hays Sulzberger