There's a new pizza place on Divisadero. It's the third restaurant to take up residence in the same space since we moved here just over a year ago. The pizza is deep dish, and it actually might rival the incomparable Zachary's across the Bay with their crispy and not overly heavy, bready crust. They've also got quite a nice wine and beer list and a handful of champagne cocktails, with a notable one called "Pom-pagne" that's made with pomegranate juice and sugar cubes. Why should I bring up a random restaurant review here? You might well ask. Could you wonder why we grilled our waitress about who came up with that particular symbol? Around our house, we call that place IDIC Pizza.
You know, looking back at what happened last week with SURAK'S FUCKING KATRA getting green and peely with radiation poisoning, I don't think it really seems feasible for a soul to form mortal wounds. Maybe he was just manipulating Quantum with mind games.
Dub'ya explains why they are pretending to amass troops near the planet they gave Andoria in the peace treaty when really they are somewhere else. He explains to the Doubting Vulcan -- who is totally Col'n Pow'll, by the way -- that the reason why he wasn't told of this new plan is because of the paranoid fear that Andorian agents are amongst them. Col'n Pow'll continues to protest this preemptive strike. Dub'ya sneers, "We know they have the Xindi technology -- you've all seen the data." Col'n Pow'll points out that data can be falsified, whereupon Dub'ya shows them a WAV file of the Xindi weapon blowing up a dead planet from "Blue Swayed Crews," and says the file was recorded by the Andorian ship that stole the Xindi prototype. "Our operatives tell us it was taken back to Andoria where it was disassembled," Dub'ya continues. "We have reason to believe the Imperial Guard plans to equip their ships with similar weaponry." Col'n Pow'll wants evidence beyond weapons-of-mass-destruction-related program activities. "They didn't steal the prototype because they were merely curious. I know one thing, sooner or later the Andorians will make use of this technology. Is it logical for us to wait for that day?" Col'n Pow'll looks concerned that he will have to sign his name to a memo that will be a big lie.