(updated 20 Oct 04)
URL: The Klingon Hamlet
"To cloak...or not to cloak...that is the question. Whether it be nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and volleys of Federation photons, or take arms against a sea of Terran sympathizers, and out of pure meanness, vaporize their sorry asses..." (email@example.com)
Unfortunately, it's scheduled to open down the street from the critically-acclaimed Romulans' "Much Ado About Nothing (And Conquering the Known Universe)." (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"To read or not to read, that is the question." (Airfarcewon@aol.com) I think we know the answer.
I'm still waiting for the original handwritten copy to go on sale. I heard that "Out, out damned Spock" is written and then crossed out! (email@example.com)
I never did comprehend Shakesphere in college. For all I knew it could have been Klingon! (firstname.lastname@example.org) No wonder...you were studying Shakesphere! DUH! But I guess you had a "well-rounded" education. ;)
Where you can find the 'perfect' gift for somebody who has everything. (WJKbase@aol.com)
I don't understand why you find this so strange at an early age all Klingons were taught "Shakespeare" then "Throwspeare" and finally "Pullspeare from dead guys neck". (email@example.com)
"To beam or not to beam ME UP SCOTTY!" (firstname.lastname@example.org; MooseSpeak@netscape.net)
Haven't these guys gotten abused enough in there lives? Do they now need to be ridiculed by such a fine and prestigious Web Site as this? By the way we should all get together at a convention hall, and talk about some of the best responses we had over the years... Remember March 2002 when cdmauger@aolcom gave this line in Misquotes "It ain't over until...damn, it IS over. I don't understand, baby, this never happened to me before" .....that was funny (SPTirish@aol.com) Is that kinda like in Episode 42, "The Trouble With Tribbles", first aired on 29 Dec 67...
For those times when bad acting alone just isn't enough. (email@example.com)
Hey, Gateway: The $8,000 5.00 GHz, 54MB, Ethernet10/100mps, 56k, CD burning computer I just bought from you didn't have a Klingon spell checker. What gives!!! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Another futile attempt to make the poor Star Trek fan buy more merchandise they really don't need, but really want. (email@example.com)
Thank God. For years I've searched for a Shakespearean play written in a non-existent alien language. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Heh heh heh, yeah...good thing we're not in...uh...nevermind...
"Members of the 'Get a Life' ring." (email@example.com)