tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Thu Oct 14 09:07:17 1999
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Re: qortar? DujDaj? HIjIvHa'moH!
>From: "William H. Martin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 13:07:54 -0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)
>On Wed, 13 Oct 1999 11:54:07 -0500 Carl Beckom
>> The Barge of the Dead is actually a real barage, and it transports the
>> dishonored dead to Klingon hell.
>> The master of the barage is the first male Klingon who killed off the Gods
>> who created him, as his punishment for this deed he has to spend all
>> eternity transporting the dishonored dead.
>jISIvtaH. loDvam bIjlu'law'. bIj 'Iv? loDvam lupmoH 'Iv?
bIghelchu'. 'ej jIjanglaHbe'. potlh Hutlh wIchvam.
>> The river looks like a endless sea and is filled who each Klingons worse
>> fears, and has the ability to try and lore the dishonored from the barge
>> torture their soles for all eternity in their worse fears if they aren't
>What if we have no fears? It becomes a pleasant cruise across a
Ugh, how boring.
(wow, what a theological dilemma for a Klingon. If you have no fears, the
afterlife is unpleasant too?!)
>> The whole event is tailored to the mind set of the individual as far as what
>> they expect hell to be.
>A sea of tribbles...
Take arms against a sea of tribbles, and by opposing, end them.