On Mon, Nov 05, 2001 at 08:18:28AM +0100, Almaran Dungeonmaster wrote: [snip] > > On Sun, Nov 04, 2001 at 07:49:01PM -0800, Yoon Ha Lee wrote: > > [snip] > > > I am Ohm of Borg. Resistance is Voltage over Current. > > > > ROTFL!!! > > > > Perhaps it's better phrased (in stereotypical caveman-speak): > > "I, Ohm the Borg. Resistance is Voltage over Current." > > But the first is more in line with actual Borg speech. They either say > "We are the Borg." or in the rare cases where they put forth an individual > "Ï am Locutus of Borg" (Patrick Stewart in a historical episode of TNG). > > Remember, the Borg are definitely not cavemen... They live in cubes and > spheres, and are very wel developed, though somewhat simplistic and > extremely pragmatic :-) No, no, you missed my intention. I was playing a pun on the word "am". "Ohm" can be construed to be a back, open version of "am", you see. (Back/open as in the vowel quality :-P) So it's a pun on "I am the Borg..." The caveman reference was my way of hinting at the shift in vowel value there :-P T -- Roasting my brains over a slow fire. Please do not interrupt this process.