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Friday November 01, 2002
10:03 AM

Friday Trivia #22

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It's Friday Trivia Time! I've been watching the History Channel lately. I'm also a Trek fan; hence the following question.

In the movie Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country there's a scene where Captain Kirk is on trial by the Klingons and he's using a headpiece of some sort to understand the Klingon language. At one point General Chang asks Kirk a question, followed by, "Don't wait for the translation, answer me now!".

For 100 Trivia Points, from which two *historical* figures did this bit of dialogue actually come from? Last names are fine. No Google.

Take a 30 point deduction if you know the job titles but not the names (if you know this much, you obviously have a clue).

Answer: Adlai Stevenson said this to Zorin, US and USSR reps to the UN during the Cuban Missle crisis. No one wins.

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