"Gul TeCam, I usually spend my time on Cardassia - http://cardassia.b1.jcink.com/
There are quite a few interesting discussions concerning Cardassian history, culture, science, etc, as well as an active RP. I definitely recommend joining. :)"
"Regarding language - there are a couple of different Cardassian dictionaries online at the moment. There's the one that JaGul Macet posted, and there's also Nerys Ghemor's Cardassian language that she's developed for her…"
I'm a forensic psychology student and geology nerd living in Texas. I'm a Cardassian at heart and can usually be found at conventions dressed as such. I always think it's funny when people don't recognize me without my scales and ridges! I am a competitive costumer, having been costuming for about 15 years now, and SFX makeup artist, which means I'm lucky enough to be able to make my costume dreams come to life.
I'm a total geek for forensics and geology, and would rather be watching the Science Channel or Investigation Discovery than anything else. I'm looking forward to getting my degree in psychology soon, and then going on and getting my masters' in forensics. :) I want to eventually join the Bureau, but that's still a few years down the road.
I've been watching Star Trek for, quite literally, as long as I can remember. I also remember that it made me late for ballet class as a little girl because the new episodes came on right when we had to leave for class, and at 7, Star Trek was more important than timeliness! Fan Films are a guilty pleasure of mine, and I'd love to eventually get involved in some in some capacity, whether it's helping to run a booth at a Con to help get the word out, doing some costume work, or working in front of the camera. I'd have to build up some confidence and develop my acting skill before I'd feel confident enough to commit anything to film, though!
You are a Cardassian. Their culture is dominated by devotion to family. They are also known for their attention to detail, which is helped by their extraordinary memories. However, their culture can be brutal and suppresses dissent.
Happy birthday for tomorrow in case I forget/fall asleep when I get home like I did yesterday *laughs* Still not adjusted to working full time! Have a completely amazing day and we totally have to do that *points to Odo's comments* People would be constantly annoying us for pictures, it would bloody rock lol!!!
Love him or hate him, Keanu Reeves is the face of sci-fi for a generation of movie-goers. He was Neo in The Matrix. He kinda/sorta took over our planet in The Day The Earth Stood Still remake (the original is still better). And he traveled through time, all for the purposes of doing a book report, in Bill &…See More
It's the glory of a Female KlingonA gunner on a Klingon Bird Of PreyAll of them were absorbed by a Borg cubeThen they were gone awayIt's the story, of a boy named Choked`HueWho was brought up by his mom, who killed his dadHe is Choked`Hue the son of a Borg droneBut that don't make him bad.then one day when the Klingon met this Borg chickand she batted her big 7 of 9 eyes That's when Choked`Hue just lost his Gawd damn mindIt could have been those thighs.The Borg queen then assimilated…See More
"Some might argue that Frankenstein was THE 1st science fiction story ever written. Personally, I think that one could go all the way back to the story of Icarus & Daedalus, or is that too much of a stretch? "
Hey shipmates, Yeah, I haven't been around much lately, sorry about that. There's been a lot of personal nonsense going on that I won't go into; I come to Trekspace to take a break from sh** like that. Once the dust settles (I hope), I'll be here so much that you'll get sick of me! On a cheerier note, I've also been busy writing the 3rd entry in my Paul Murdock thriller series, and it is now available on Kindle! This is the first time I ever wrote a novella, rather than a novel or a short…See More
"@Mike: You are correct, sir. Dinklage had a good presence, but from what I remember he was all attitude with little else to do. Good program that hinted of a great idea, just never really caught fire the way some shows do."