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I noticed your contribution to the TNG episode "Unification II" - Looks like a really good summary thus far! Do you plan to finish it? If not, I might get to it this coming week. Just wanted to give you "first dibs" if you'd like to finish up the summary yourself. Feel free to reply here or on my talk page. TheBluesMan 01:28, 5 March 2006 (UTC)
Odo thing Edit
Sorry about jumping on the change so fast, although I still don't agree with the way you did it, by blanking out the code, but leaving the code. Seems weird to me. Still, sorry. I sometimes get overzealous, especially when someone makes an edit that says "look at the talk page", but then nothing is there. One thing that I do to avoid that problem is write the edits for both the article and talk page before saving either, and click save at the same time. --OuroborosCobra talk 03:42, 30 August 2006 (UTC)
- Sorry for snarking. Also I realized I was not logged in. I was being oversensitive. And thank you for the tip. - Montrealais 03:43, 30 August 2006 (UTC)
Did we ever find out anything about those "hose-head" aliens who pop up from time to time on the Promenade - you know, the ones with the long extension off the crown of their head that they keep draped over one shoulder? - Montrealais