admiral kirk got lost on his way to find some humpback whales?
mines the one with the invisibility cloak
450 posts • joined 3 Jul 2008
Ripped the quote was a strong word my humblest apologies i do of course know moby dick was his favourite book
star trek villians have a knack for great speeches
Christopher plummer ala undiscovered country
and even [gasp] yes malcom mcdowel in generations (they say time is the fire in which we burn)
He tasks me! he tasks me and i shall have him I'll chase him 'round the moons of Nivea, and 'round the Antares maelstrom, and 'round perdition's flames before I g ive him up
@ small brain field
i was going to mention his voicework for various animated shows too he did some great characters too
such a massive massive shame! one of the best villians ever so well played!
best parting speech of a villian even if it was ripped from moby dick as the enterprise is doing a runner he rants at the viewscreen
"for hates sake i spit my last breath at thee"
RIP Ricardo there is a massive leather armchair waiting for you beyond the great barrier
clearly though the tesla may not take off its a step in the right direction, clearly the tech to make it is feasible if a tad expensive, i did enjoy the section on the Honda though, looks like fuel cell cars are the way forward, i would definitely go for one if the world went in that direction, though there is a distinct lack of
i am however sick and tired of all the bitching about top gear, ok so its slipped off the factual slope and on to the entertaining the masses section, if you dont like it dont watch! its should be clear to most that its not very high brow and is a lot different to the previous one. I for one like it for what it is and dont expect anymore from it. if you want a factual car program watch 5th gear.....
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