Amount of texts to »Enterprise« 37, and there are 37 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 314 Characters
Average Rating 1.216 points, 6 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 8th 2000, 21:14:14 wrote
Liamara about Enterprise
Latest text on May 25th 2005, 19:02:41 wrote
quart about Enterprise
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on May 25th 2005, 18:57:45 wrote
quart about Enterprise

on Dec 12th 2001, 17:45:57 wrote
jojo about Enterprise

on Jul 15th 2000, 22:03:49 wrote
maza about Enterprise

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Texts to »Enterprise«

functional violence wrote on Jan 29th 2001, 23:14:01 about


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i saw a semi-truck the other day which belonged to the company »Star Truck Enterprise«.
trucker trekkies.

Liamara wrote on Apr 9th 2000, 01:11:40 about


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»Picard rose to his feet as the Enterprise took up standard orbit above Buran. It was an inviting-looking blue-green world on the main viewscreen, very reminescent of so many worlds that Picard had visited. Naturally there was no sign of the plague from this safe distance

From »The death of princes«, John Peel, a Star Trek – The Next Generation Novel

Ray Keating wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 03:33:49 about


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Enterprise, as in »Free Enterprise« is simply double speak for exploitation of poor.

ozgrrl wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 21:45:03 about


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Which is your favourite Enterprise? I like the one in Next Generations...

Dragan wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 10:26:11 about


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A riddle: How long can anything in the Internet last until the first reference to Star Trek appears?

(Hint: it's about miliseconds.)

nichol wrote on Nov 22nd 2000, 22:26:25 about


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the Starship Enterprise may have boldly gone etc,
but the Herald of Free Enterprise sank in the middle of the era of »enterprise culture«, the 1980's, when the few boldly grabbed what they could for themselves. The chickens have come home to roost and our goose is cooked

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