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"Can you imagine how life could be improved if we could do away with
jealousy, greed, hate ..."
"It can also be improved by eliminating love, tenderness, sentiment --
the other side of the coin"
-- Dr. Roger Corby and Kirk, "What are Little Girls Made Of?",
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Change is the essential process of all existence.
-- Spock, "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield", stardate 5730.2
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Compassion -- that's the one things no machine ever had. Maybe it's
the one thing that keeps men ahead of them.
-- McCoy, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4731.3
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Computers make excellent and efficient servants, but I have no wish to
serve under them. Captain, a starship also runs on loyalty to one
man. And nothing can replace it or him.
-- Spock, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4729.4
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Conquest is easy. Control is not.
-- Kirk, "Mirror, Mirror", stardate unknown
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Death, when unnecessary, is a tragic thing.
-- Flint, "Requiem for Methuselah", stardate 5843.7
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Death. Destruction. Disease. Horror. That's what war is all about.
That's what makes it a thing to be avoided.
-- Kirk, "A Taste of Armageddon", stardate 3193.0
|Freebsd Startek: 26 of 202|
Do you know about being with somebody? Wanting to be? If I had the
whole universe, I'd give it to you, Janice. When I see you, I feel
like I'm hungry all over. Do you know how that feels?
-- Charlie Evans, "Charlie X", stardate 1535.8
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Do you know the one -- "All I ask is a tall ship, and a star to steer
her by ..." You could feel the wind at your back, about you ... the
sounds of the sea beneath you. And even if you take away the wind and
the water, it's still the same. The ship is yours ... you can feel her
... and the stars are still there.
-- Kirk, "The Ultimate Computer", stardate 4729.4
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[Doctors and Bartenders], We both get the same two kinds of customers
-- the living and the dying.
-- Dr. Boyce, "The Menagerie" ("The Cage"), stardate unknown