A Federation starship has been destroyed, and it is all the fault of one little boy. At least the one little boy thinks so. His judgement should be questioned though, since he also thinks he is an android. Oh – and the Enterprise is about to be destroyed or something. Who can save the day? Find out when we put Hero Worship in the Mission Log.
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At The Official Star Trek Las Vegas Convention, your Mission Log hosts along with Rod Roddenberry, Clint Howard and our host, explorer, science enthusiast and Tiki expert Jonathan Knowles, unveiled the recipes for Tranya.
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Relive the Interplanetary Tranya Symposium and Cocktail Hour by mixing your own, then kick back while you contemplate the long history of boozy libations in science fiction.
Special thanks to our mixologists Kelly Knowles and Mark Holt.
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Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra – A danger shared might bring two people together
Darmok and Jalad on the ocean – friendship formed
on the ocean – working/living
Temba, his arms open – give to me/take from me
Temba… at rest – Keep it
his sails unfurled – ???
Sokath, his eyes open – success or understanding
Shaka, when the walls fell – failure
Kiazi’s children, their faces wet – There’s no point in crying… it’s all over but the crying?
Kira at Bashi – tell me/inform me…
Temarc. The river Temarc. In winter – Be still/be quiet/calm down
Zinda! His face black! His eyes red! – I am angry? This is the end? Death approaches?7 Comments