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    Quote Originally Posted by SaberBlade View Post
    "What does Odo mean or translate to"
    Unknown, with his full name "Odo Etal" (not sure on last bit's spelling) being unknown sample
    It does translate basically to unkown/nothing/goo. And it's spelled Odo Ital or Odo'ital (but as brother Fifth likes to say - "we don't grade spelling") Well done brother Saber.
    Here are the answers to my Trek Trivia Questions ....

    Who gave the Hologram Dr. his Mobile Emitter? Henry Starling

    How did said person acquire the Mobile Emitter? He stole it from a 29th century Starship

    What is Odo's Bajoran name? Odo Ital or Odo'ital

    What does Odo mean or translate to? Odo is Cardassian for nothing or unknown or goo (all acceptable)

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    Two trivia questions, both music related:

    1. Which song is associated with O'Brien and Ben Maxwell? The song's melody is briefly heard as a flute in one of the ending montages for "What You Leave Behind"

    2. Which Steppenwolf song is used for Star Trek: First Contact?


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    1. Which song is associated with O'Brien and Ben Maxwell? I can hear the song in my head - something "about going to war" with a rather catchy and folksy melody. But I have no idea what the title is.

    2. Which Steppenwolf song is used for Star Trek: First Contact?
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    I know this one. That is "Magic Carpet Ride"- which was played when they were taking off in the Rocket


    Very good questions brother CF.

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    Great questions brother Fuzz!. I knew them both so I put them under a [spoiler tag] to let other's take a crack. I posted a YouTube Video of the song from question #1 (it's not from Star Trek but still a wonderful version) enjoy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8LPiUQShvM

    1. Which song is associated with O'Brien and Ben Maxwell? The song's melody is briefly heard as a flute in one of the ending montages for "What You Leave Behind"
    Spoiler:
    That would be the great Irish patriotic song "The Minstrel Boy" - Which Miles liked to sing when he was going to battle or if he was afraid. Great stuff!


    2. Which Steppenwolf song is used for Star Trek: First Contact?
    Spoiler:
    That would be the great and very appropriately titled "Magic Carpet Ride". We also got the great Roy Orbison diddie "Ooby Dooby" and a drunk Deanna Troi.

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    Thank you both. Indeed O'Brien's music is the old Irish folk tune The Minstrel Boy, one of my favorites. The Steppenwolf song was Magic Carpet Ride. I was going to include Roy Orbison but I figured he was too obvious. I have to say that Troi drunk was quite the highlight. She definitely had one of the best lines in the movie: "I don't have time to talk about time. I don't have the time."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Fuzz View Post
    Thank you both. Indeed O'Brien's music is the old Irish folk tune The Minstrel Boy, one of my favorites. The Steppenwolf song was Magic Carpet Ride. I was going to include Roy Orbison but I figured he was too obvious. I have to say that Troi drunk was quite the highlight. She definitely had one of the best lines in the movie: "I don't have time to talk about time. I don't have the time."
    Great stuff brother Fuzz, and thanx for posting up some trivia questions, it's always appreciated!

    I remember when First Contact came out, some of the old school Trekkies (as well as some Star Trek producers and writers) were up in arms that they used pop music in a Star Trek movie. Personally I loved it, especially the Roy Orbison tune. The TNG crew were quite musical.

    NOTE: Check back tomorrow my friend. I have a Federation Starship related mini-Quiz all ready to go. I should have it posted by the afternoon.

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    I'm glad they decided to use songs like Moonlight Becomes You, Magic Carpet Ride, and Ooby Dooby for First Contact. I thought it helped show a transition period from the way humanity was (like the way we are now and in 2063) to what they will be come in the 2370s. By Cochrane's time, Steppenwolf and Roy Orbison would be considered oldies. There are even some radio stations who are now classifying 80s music as oldies.

    I personally think of The Del Vikings, Ben E. King, the Big Bopper, or Buddy Holly when I think of oldies.

    I'll definitely be checking back tomorrow for the Federation Starship quiz.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Fuzz View Post
    I personally think of The Del Vikings, Ben E. King, the Big Bopper, or Buddy Holly when I think of oldies.
    I'm with you there brother Fuzz. I love Golden Oldies, I have ton of those Life CD's that have all the oldies from 1950's through about 1976, which I consider "oldies".
    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Fuzz
    I'll definitely be checking back tomorrow for the Federation Starship quiz.
    I will be posting up a shiny new Federation Starship dedicated mini-Quiz this evening (Friday) when I get home from work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the Fifth Race View Post
    I'm with you there brother Fuzz. I love Golden Oldies, I have ton of those Life CD's that have all the oldies from 1950's through about 1976, which I consider "oldies".
    I will be posting up a shiny new Federation Starship dedicated mini-Quiz this evening (Friday) when I get home from work.
    My liking for oldies was always perplexing to other people since I'm considered "too young" to like oldies. But to me its hard to not like songs like Lollipop or Let the Good Times Roll.

    I look forward to the quiz.


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    The Federation Starship mini-Quiz

    These questions are fairly difficult, so good luck. Please leave answers under a [spoiler tag], and I will post answers on Monday.

    1) Riker most likely would have been killed if he accepted the Captaincy of which Starship ?

    2) Data was scrutinized by his second in command when he once Captained which Starship ?

    3) Which Federation Starship was named after a famous Dr. "I presume" ?

    4) What Federation Starship was taken over after its Captain and First officer were brainwashed ?

    5) What is the name of the Federation Hospital-ship we got a future glimpse of ?

    6) What Federation Starship was once fitted with Trans-Warp engines and then refit with standard warp engines after they failed ?

    7) What Federation Starship was once lost for 90 years only to be saved and put back into service ?

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    Wow that was tough. But enjoyable. I racked my brain for a good 30 minutes trying to remember and figure them out. I'll be lucky if I got half of them correct.

    Riker most likely would have been killed if he accepted the Captaincy of which Starship? no idea

    Data was scrutinized by his second in command when he once Captained which Starship?
    Spoiler:
    USS Sutherland. that 1rst officer was racist against androids

    Which Federation Starship was named after a famous Dr. "I presume ?
    Spoiler:
    USS Livingston clever brother Fifth

    What Federation Starship was taken over after its Captain and First officer were brainwashed?
    Spoiler:
    USS Riley

    What is the name of the Federation Hospital-ship we got a future glimpse of?
    Spoiler:
    USS Patuer that Dr, Crusher Captained

    What Federation Starship was fitted with Trans-Warp engines and refit with warp engines after they failed? no idea

    What Federation Starship was once lost for 90 years only to be saved and put back into service?
    Spoiler:
    USS Bacarat

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    Great Quiz brother Fifth. You always come up with some tough, yet great questions. You are the Trek Trivia Master my friend.

    1) Riker most likely would have been killed if he accepted the Captaincy of which Starship?
    Spoiler:
    That would have to be the USS Lexington, which was destroyed by the Borg at Wolf 359.

    2) Data was scrutinized by his second in command when he once Captained which Starship?
    Spoiler:
    That would be the USS Sutherland, who Data badgered Picard to give him a shot as Captain, and who Lt. Cmdr. Hobson questioned every choice Data made.

    3) Which Federation Starship was named after a famous Dr. "I presume"?
    Spoiler:
    That would be the USS Livingston "I presume" lolol

    4) What Federation Starship was taken over after its Captain and First officer were brainwashed?
    Spoiler:
    That would be the USS Reliant, who Kahn and crew took over.

    5)What is the name of the Federation Hospital-ship we got a future glimpse of?
    Spoiler:
    That would be the USS Pasteur, who Beverly Crusher was Captain of at the end of the 24th century (as seen in the TNG finale All Good Things ...)

    6) What Federation Starship was fitted with Trans-Warp engines then refit with warp engines after they failed?
    Spoiler:
    You got me there.

    7) What Federation Starship was once lost for 90 years only to be saved and put back into service?
    Spoiler:
    That would be the USS Bozeman, who was saved by the Enterprise-D from a recurring time loop.

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    Good set of questions Brother Fifth.

    1) Riker most likely would have been killed if he accepted the Captaincy of which Starship ?
    Spoiler:
    Melbourne


    2) Data was scrutinized by his second in command when he once Captained which Starship ?
    Spoiler:
    Sutherland


    3) Which Federation Starship was named after a famous Dr. "I presume" ?
    Spoiler:
    Livingston


    4) What Federation Starship was taken over after its Captain and First officer were brainwashed ?
    Spoiler:
    Reliant


    5) What is the name of the Federation Hospital-ship we got a future glimpse of ?
    Spoiler:
    Pasteur


    6) What Federation Starship was once fitted with Trans-Warp engines and then refit with standard warp engines after they failed ?
    Spoiler:
    Excelsior


    7) What Federation Starship was once lost for 90 years only to be saved and put back into service ?
    Spoiler:
    Bozeman


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    Quote Originally Posted by the Fifth Race View Post
    1) Riker most likely would have been killed if he accepted the Captaincy of which Starship ?
    Spoiler:
    USS Drake


    2) Data was scrutinized by his second in command when he once Captained which Starship ?
    Spoiler:
    USS Sutherland.

    3) Which Federation Starship was named after a famous Dr. "I presume" ?
    Spoiler:
    USS Livingston

    4) What Federation Starship was taken over after its Captain and First officer were brainwashed ?
    I'm stumped.
    5) What is the name of the Federation Hospital-ship we got a future glimpse of ?
    Spoiler:
    USS Pasteur

    6) What Federation Starship was once fitted with Trans-Warp engines and then refit with standard warp engines after they failed ?
    Spoiler:
    USS Excelsior

    7) What Federation Starship was once lost for 90 years only to be saved and put back into service ?
    Spoiler:
    USS Bozeman
    Not my circus, not my monkeys.----Polish proverb

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    Quote Originally Posted by the Fifth Race
    The Federation Starship mini-Quiz
    Spoiler:
    1. USS Lexington (destroyed by the Borg)
    2. USS Sutherland (Commander Hobson ie. the jerk!)
    3. USS Livingston (lol)
    4. USS Reliant (Kaaaaahn!!!)
    5. USS Pasteur ("give me warp 14")
    6. ???
    7. ???
    I drew a blank on the last 2, but I think I nailed the rest. Great Quiz as always brother Fifth. That one was tough.

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    Bashir and O'Brien are known for doing numerous recerational activities with one another during DS9's history, but what recerational activity did Odo quite like doing with O'Brien?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jelgate View Post
    Bashir and O'Brien are known for doing numerous recerational activities with one another during DS9's history, but what recerational activity did Odo quite like doing with O'Brien?
    Spoiler:
    Kayaking. It's also one of my favorite activities. I wish I had more time and opportunities for it though.


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    Let's play some Trivia Tag - (no spoiler tag necessary) whoever answers it correctly has to give another semi-related Trivia Question. This one is fairly easy ....

    What rather famous battle-holosuite program did Worf suggest to Miles and Julian that they alter to change the outcome?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starbase View Post
    Let's play some Trivia Tag - (no spoiler tag necessary) whoever answers it correctly has to give another semi-related Trivia Question. This one is fairly easy ....
    What a great idea. I'm game!

    What rather famous battle-holosuite program did Worf suggest to Miles and Julian that they alter to change the outcome? = That would be the Battle of the Alamo - Where Worf couldn't really understand why O'Brien and Bashir would reenact a battle knowing they were going to lose and be killed. So he suggested an different outcome to the battle by adjusting the holosuite program. LOL

    So here's my question ---
    What was the name of Bond-type character that O'Brien played in Bashir's holosuite program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the Fifth Race View Post
    What a great idea. I'm game!

    What rather famous battle-holosuite program did Worf suggest to Miles and Julian that they alter to change the outcome? = That would be the Battle of the Alamo - Where Worf couldn't really understand why O'Brien and Bashir would reenact a battle knowing they were going to lose and be killed. So he suggested an different outcome to the battle by adjusting the holosuite program. LOL

    So here's my question ---
    What was the name of Bond-type character that O'Brien played in Bashir's holosuite program?
    O'Brien played Falcon. In which episode did Bashir's holosuite program become the means to save the DS9 senior staff from losing their transporter patterns?


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