From: Wade Smith (email@example.com)
Date: Mon 09 Dec 2002 - 18:14:48 GMT
On Monday, December 9, 2002, at 11:16 AM, Grant Callaghan wrote:
> "You can make tricks that you would do one time,'' Mr. Askeland
> said. "We preferred to focus on the emotional aspects of play.
> Nurturing and friendship are things that stay with you for a
Spock (stroking a tribble): "A most curious creature, Captain.
Its trilling seems to have a tranquilizing effect on the human
nervous system. Fortunately, of course, I am immune to its
effect…" (the others stare at him as he continues to stroke the
(Spock and McCoy in the medical lab with a few dozen tribbles)
Spock: "They remind me of the lilies of the field—'they toil
not, neither do they spin'. But they seem to eat a great deal. I
see no practical use for them."
McCoy: "Does everything have to have a practical use for you?
They're nice, soft, and they're furry and they make a pleasant
Spock: "So would an ermine violin, Doctor, but I see no
advantage in having one."
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