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This is an unholy abomination!
This is proof that if you start sending ne'er-do-wells and criminals to a place, they eventually start breeding with trees and rocks. I am their offspring.
"Twisted" is the correct word for this. You would have to be to think that this is acceptable. I'm going to write a letter to The Hague and the International Court of Justice because I think that this constitutes a crime against humanity. They seriously need to put a HAZMAT warning on this thing; rather than 2 health stars. No, scratch that - this needs a 5 star health rating because after one taste, you're instantly cured of diabetes and never want to eat ice cream ever again.
I'm not trying to be crude or cut down Australia
But maybe the secret hint of Aussie Flavor is Kangaroo !!! Anyway if it is that bad for you I don't want any.
Dear Ford America,
Why did the Ford Taurus exist?
At no point since 1973 has the Taurus, Mustang, Granada, Fairmont, been better than the Falcon.
Moreover, the current Mustang... is still not as good as a five year old Falcon.
Sort your stuff out.
Thought is was closer to 15, there are a few TNG aliens he's not credited for.
He has played 8 characters, including an imaginary character in DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars" but not including alternate universe characters or the various incarnations of Weyoun. His original foray into Trek was auditioning for Riker, can you imagine him as Riker!?How many characters has Jeffrey Combs played in Star Trek?
Jeffrey Alan Combs (born 9 September 1954; age 66) is an actor who has the distinction of portraying eight different characters on three Star Trek television series, most notably those of Brunt and the various Weyouns on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and the Andorian Thy'lek Shran on Star Trek: Enterprise.
Sorry you both were a little to high in the number of characters... But with all of his Voice Overs easily has him over 15 characters..