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Datastream / water
The dialogue is as follows:
Sharon: "Okay, I'm going to try to call up the database. If I get a connection, put the SSR leads in the water over there."
So it is water and not just a general fluid. The whole footnote doesn't make sense if we just call it "a fluid". --Serenity 19:45, 13 August 2007 (CDT)
Grammar edits to Nugget
Just so you know:
- "Who" and "that" are both allowed for referring to persons. For objects, "which" and "that" are allowed (making "that" 'go both ways')
- "Their" is not just plural, but can also be used as a gender-neutral alternative to "his" or "her".
- Technically incorrect but still commonly used (similar to "irregardless") ... but is the possessive really needed in the sentence? It's usually not used in similar phrasing: The soldier completed basic training. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Fredmdbud (talk • contribs).
BS vs BSG
Hi there. Just noticed your edits to Galactica (RDM) and Pegasus (RDM). Just to let you know, the prefix BS is the hull number for the battlestars in question. BSG is an acronym for Battlestar Group. I know it's a bit off-putting, particularly since both battlestars share the same number as their hull number. -- Joe Beaudoin So say we all - Donate - Sanctuary Wiki — New 18:51, 16 October 2007 (CDT)
- So what would be the appropriate prefix, BS or BG? From your notes in the history log, the landing bay plate reads "BG", but the article refers to "BS". —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Fredmdbud (talk • contribs).
Hardly. I've watched your edits. You're a pretty detail oriented cat. Thanks for the hard work (especially with regards to the TOS stuff). --Steelviper 20:08, 10 April 2009 (UTC)