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“If we hand this over to the police and even one of them shares Lutz's loyalties, then Faulkner will be alerted and he'll be gone forever.”
“If you succeed and help this ceremony of joining to go off without a hitch, if the null-field device is installed, and so on, I will be given a slap on the wrist by Starfleet for my actions, but lauded publicly as the savior of this world.”
““When all hatchings are statistically analyzed, one can hypothesize that there will be approximately one quiet in every seven hundred and fifty hatchings.””
“There will be a fabulous sound track and great production design, and, despite my cynicism, I will allow myself, for a ten-dollar ticket, to take a giddy two-hour break, to drop and cover from real life and all the present-day crashings and bombings and viruses and lies.”
“There will be inflated-rate mortgages and spirit-crushing jobs, romantic and familial trials and tribulations, disillusionments and grown-up angst.”
“Farhan Tanek authorized the intercession of three outsiders, and he has made it clear there will be no more.”
““We will be residing in the Klingon Embassy in Paris,” Khor said firmly.”
“If your Federation attempts to interfere or intervene, there will be war between Vrinda and all your allied races.”
“DECANDIDO is the co-developer of the Star Trek: S.C.E. series, with John J. Ordover, and, in addition to Breakdowns, he has written or cowritten the stories Fatal Error, Cold Fusion, Invincible, Here There Be Monsters, and War Stories; his next S.C.E. tale will be Security, coming in July 2005 in eBook form.”
“So Republicans in the House will be examining each and every one of the 2,000-plus pages" of the law, which he called "a job creator's nightmare.”
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