Chain of Command (Star Trek: The Next Generation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Chain of Command" is a two-part episode of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. It aired as the 10th and 11th episodes of the sixth season, the 136th and 137th episodes of the series. In this episode, Jean-Luc Picard is removed from command of the Enterprise for a covert mission, and his replacement is assigned to deal with the Cardassians openly. The second part of the episode is noted for the intense performance of Patrick Stewart and its depiction of brutal torture and interrogation scenes.
Update: It's been revealed that the individuals in this video were holding Telegraph's white review unit, not one sold in the store. Sorry folks, but the public will still be waiting till July. The wh...
Look at how the reception changes as I reposition the way I'm holding the phone from the back(where I believe the antenna is) of the phone to the front. There have been lots of talks about "is it the network or is it the hardware". Well I firmly believe it is all about the hardware. I actually own an older 2g iPhone and holding it in the same spot in any position I want it will beat the 3g iPhone in reception. Now I'm sure you've noticed that I was on the Edge network and that is because we don't currently have 3g in this area. I really think it is hardware related. Maybe it is a simple mis...
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President Obama has made it a touchstone of his administration to open government and make it more transparent than it ever has been before, said Michael Fitzpatrick, Associate Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
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