JenLee wrote:The original Enterprise or the ST:NG one? Because I definitely remember in... what was it? First Contact? I think it was FC in which Picard wakes up from a nightmare and splashes his face in the sink.
rigsby wrote:Vorotyntsev wrote:There are no bathrooms on the starship Enterprise.
Ah, but there are...a never-used (on the show) door on the Enterprise-D bridge was clearly labeled "head".
gameshowcongress wrote:There are a number of generic questions asked during the final hour of the 90fm Trivia Contest in Stevens Point WI (some of which are not entirely accurate).
Ken Jennings wrote:gameshowcongress wrote:There are a number of generic questions asked during the final hour of the 90fm Trivia Contest in Stevens Point WI (some of which are not entirely accurate).
Which question(s) are you thinking of? I was wondering if the Carl Yastrzemski thing was true...
The first recorded [human] Wave was on October 15, 1981, in Oakland, California, at the third game of the American League Championship Series between the Oakland A's and the New York Yankees. Professional cheerleader "Krazy" George Henderson takes credit for starting the Wave that day. In 2002, Tamas Viscek of Eotvos University, Hungary, analyzed videos of Mexican soccer stadiums and discovered that it only took a dozen or so fans to initiate a Wave. Once started, it usually moves clockwise at 40 feet per second in a path 15 seats wide. These characteristics apply to almost any stadium in any culture and sport.
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