Posted by T.Gracken on September 19, 2002 at 15:57:39:
In Reply to: Re: now, crossing street posted by Soroban on September 19, 2002 at 13:06:48:
: : : Why did the chicken cross the street?
: For all you Trekkers out there ~~
: Chakotay: Whatever its reason, whatver its goals, we should respect its right
: to cross the road and seek its own spiritual awareness.
: Scotty: Because she coudna take much morrre.
: Worf: I don't know. Klingon chickens do NOT cross roads!
: Bones: Dammit, Jim! I'm a doctor, not an ornithologist!
: Tasha: That depends - was it fully functional?
: Khan: With my last breath, I spit at the chicken...
: Paris: Well, probably... say, that's a lovely dress you're wearing.
: Nurse Chapel: Oh, Spock!
: Lwaxana: Oh, Jean-Luc!
: V'Ger: To join with its Creator.
: Spock: Fascinating question, Captain.
: Kes: It was remembering back to the times when its ancestors crossed roads
: all the time. They lost those abilities because they stopped using them.
: Sarek: Sometimes logic fails me where chickens are concerned.
: Harry: I don't know - it's my first mission.
: Dax: To get to the other side. Kurzon might have disagreed with me. Tobin,
: I'm sure, wouldn't have a clue. And then there's...
: Tuvok: That's not a question we'd prefer to hear from a senior officer.
: It makes the junior officers apprehensive.
: Q: Wouldn't you like to know? Too bad you puny human brain wouldn't
: be able to comprehend the answer.
: Uhura: Hailing frequencies open to the chicken, sir.
: The Borg: Cross is irrelevant. The chicken will be assimilated.
: Mr. Homn:
: Data: The chicken, in observing that it was on the opppsite side of the
: 20th century Terran paved roadway, was aware that its immediate goal should
: have been to traverse the distance without interception of a kind of
: combustion-propelled personal transport vehicle, but I am unclear as to why
: any kind of domesticated fowl should desire to perambulate upon a surface
: normally reserved for the conveyance of... yes, sir.
Sigmund Freud: chicken envy
Rod Serling: to get to another dimension
James Kirk: to boldly go where no chicken has gone before
Confucius: he who wastes time thinking of chickens soon becomes an egghead
Tennyson: because 'tis better to have crossed and lost than never to have crossed at all
John F. Kennedy: ask not why the chicken crossed the road, but why the road was crossed by the chicken
T.Gracken: what road?
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