Avery Brooks, Deep Space Nine's Captain SiskoI saw a man standing at a checkout counter at a local supermarket, with a beautiful picture mounted on a placard hung around his neck and the word "Life Magazine" on another placard balanced on his head. "Who's that guy?" I asked the lady at the checkout. "Oh, you've heard of him." "No, I haven't." "Of course, you have. That's Art." "Art who?" "Art imitating Life." ... On the updated $10,000 Pyramid—A group of people ambling about aimlessly.

"The Walking Dead?" No, the Republican presidential candidates other than Donald Trump. ... I believe I will be successful in my New Year's Resolutions as I resolved not to make any New Year's Resolutions—ought to be easier than keeping the ones last year about losing weight and exercising more. ... Whenever I hear someone talk about The Gartner Quadrant", I think of Star Trek. "Captain, the Romulans have entered the upper right quarter of the Gartner Quadrant." "Very good, Mr. Sulu. Fire the photon torpedoes." ... Someone asked me if the Kardashians had been characters in "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." "No, that's Cardassians," I told him. "You'd have to agree—they'd make a good alien race. I can see it: 'And in tonight's episode of Deep Space Nine, Captain Benjamin Sisko seeks to destroy the evil Kardashians, who have lured countless men to their deaths.'" "Well, they've got to better characters than Worf, that half-Klingon guy?" "Worf?" "You know, the crew member with the butt on his forehead."

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