Name as it appears on your birth certificate?
That cannot be written in this character set. My primary name
is an expression of lineage.
Current name? See above.
Nicknames? I have none.
Parents' names? T'Les and Cenek
Number of candles that appeared on your last birthday
cake? I have never had a birthday cake.
Date that you regularly blow them out? I have never
had the opportunity to engage in this activity.
Pets? I have never kept a pet per se. I cared for
various Terran small mammals and amphibians as a study on
Vulcan. The closest I have ever come to keeping a pet was
in San Francisco. I was dealing with pneumonia, which is harder
on Vulcans than Terrans. A concerned colleague did lend me
his cat. I confess to having found her company very soothing.
Eye color? Brown.
Hair color? Brown.
How much do you love your job? I do not consider
my job in terms of love.
Current residence? Deck B, Enterprise.
College attended, degree? Vulcan Academy of Sciences.
I hold a primary degree (the equivalent of a Baccalaureate)
in Science, a primary degree in Criminal Justice, and a secondary
degree (the equivalent of a Master's) in Science.
What kind of car do you drive? I have not driven
any combustion-engine vehicles.
Croutons or bacon bits? Croutons.
Coke or Pepsi? Neither.
Sprite or 7UP? Neither.
Coffee or ice cream? Neither.
Coffee, tea, or decaf? Tea.
Milk chocolate or dark? Dark chocolate, I have found,
helps me deal with the scent of Terrans who have refrained
Buttered, plain, or salted popcorn? Plain.
Red or white wine? Red.
Gold or silver? Terran females have said that gold
compliments my coloring.
Two or four doors? Shuttlepods have two.
Bridges or tunnels? Bridges; I have found that tunnels
are vaguely claustrophobic for me.
Beach, city, or country? The country.
Summer or winter? Summer. It more closely resembles
Vulcan's usual weather.
Storms: Cool or scary? Although I know of the danger
they may present, I do not find storms to be anything except
Roller coaster: Scary or exciting? Nauseating.
James Dean or Clark Gable? I have yet to see a movie
with either of these people.
Marilyn Monroe or Audrey Hepburn? I have yet to
see a movie with either of these people.
Beatles or Stones? Beatles. The Rolling Stones are
Blanket or stuffed animal? Along with the cat I
received a small blanket. I still have it. I am not quite
certain why I did not return it.
One pillow or two? One.
Adidas, Nike, or Reebok? Ensign Sato, would you
come here and translate these for me?
Mac, PC, or Unix? Vulcan operating systems are far
superior to Terran interfaces.
WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE...
Salad dressing? Vinaigrette.
Salad? Simple greens.
Pizza topping? The one time I ate pizza the toppings
consisted of a tomato-based sauce, cheeses, and sliced olives.
Foods? A traditional Vulcan dish which Chef can
prepare correctly. So far, this has yet to happen.
Sandwich filling? I have found hummus to be very
nutritious while still being common enough to avoid long explanations.
Dessert? Though Commander Tucker has taught me to
enjoy pecan pie, I prefer fruit tarts that have a lemon or
lime base. The tartness is much better for my sinuses, and
the flavor is much nicer...perhaps I am becoming more accustomed
to Terran tastes than I anticipated.
Type of ice cream? I have yet to find an ice cream
I enjoy eating.
Restaurant? The small Vulcan-styled bistro in Fisherman's
Fast food place? I am not familiar with this term.
Drink, non-alcoholic? Mint or chamomile tea.
Drink, alcoholic? Wine, although I rarely indulge.
Color of socks? I do not regularly wear socks.
Shampoo or conditioner? I use both; the type I use
is the standard Starfleet issue.
Toothpaste? I have plain mint, issued by Starfleet.
Place to be kissed? I have not been kissed in what
Terrans term "an affectionate manner." I have gotten
"pecks on the cheek."
Holiday? The Day of Kaiidth. It is a day set aside
for all Vulcans to consider that which is, and cannot be changed,
but must be accepted.
Color? Light blues and pale reds are reminiscent
of my home.
Car? I do not like cars. The smell of the combustion
engine is nearly overpowering.
Day of the week? I find Wednesdays to be very quiet.
Band/Artist? The Beatles are the only true "band"
I have taken the time to find I enjoy. Others, like Aryeh
Frankfurter and J. S. Bach, are much closer to the music of
Book? The Teachings of Surak
Magazine? Though I have not gotten a copy recently,
the Vulcan Poetry Anthology was one piece of work I always
found time to read.
Movie? I prefer documentaries to fiction.
TV show? The news is the most educational programming
I have seen.
TV character? The "anchor" of Channel
Seven's news of San Francisco.
Disney character? I have yet to find a character
from this company I enjoy watching.
Warner Bros. character? I have yet to find a character
from this company I enjoy watching.
Sesame Street character? I have never seen an episode
of this series.
James Bond? Timothy Dalton and George Lazenby are
the only people I have seen in this role. Dalton's Bond had
more intelligence than Lazenby's.
Quote? "Infinite diversity in infinite combination."
Word or phrase? "Live long and prosper."
Flower? Roses and orchids are very...gratifying
to see bloom.
Sport to watch? Competitive spelling.
Zoo exhibit? I have yet to visit a zoo.
Board game? Chess.
Town to chill in? Anchorage, Alaska, according to
the linguistic term. Colloquially, I believe I would have
to choose San Francisco.
Perfume/Cologne? I prefer none.
Website? The Vulcan Science Directorate, to stay
in touch with my colleagues.
Least favorite thing? Illogic, being persecuted
because I carry a disease.
Least favorite subject? I have never found one subject
less appealing than any other.
RANDOM PERSONAL QUESTIONS
Been in love before? No.
Loved somebody so much it made you cry? No.
Dumper or dumpee? I cannot answer this question.
What inspires you? My species and our history.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Working with
Terrans with more "aliens" among them.
What do you look for in a partner? A skilled individual
who, if mating is to be considered, is also going through
What did you want to be when you grew up? I did
not want to be anything. (When I was five years old, I did
harbor an appreciation for pilots.)
What characteristics do you despise? Prejudice based
on species or health.
If you had a big win in the lottery, how long would you
wait to contact people? I would never "play the
lottery." The odds are such that winning is nearly impossible.
Where would you retire to? Vulcan or New Mexico.
Have you ever been convicted of a crime? No.
Do you get along with your parents? Yes, I believe
Have you ever gone skinny-dipping? No.
Do you make fun of people? No.
Last person you went to dinner with? Ambassador
Soval, three days before I was assigned to Enterprise.
What did you do for your last birthday? Nothing
unusual for my daily routine, though Chef did make me two
small tarts: one lemon, one lime.
Do you carry a donor card? No.
Had the drink Calypso Breeze? No.
Been to Europe? Yes.
Been to Africa? Yes.
Been toilet-papering? No.
Been toilet-papered? Yes, once.
Been in a car crash? No. I have been in shuttles
which have crashed, however.
Lucky Number? I have yet to believe in "luck."
Any superstitions? None.
When was your last hospital visit? Three days ago,
as per Doctor Phlox's check-up plan.
First thing you think of when you wake up? Kaiidth.
(What is, is.) A meditation exercise.
What color is your bedroom's carpet? Starfleet industrial
What color is your bathroom? Starfleet white and
What's on your mouse pad? It is blue.
What's under your bed? I sleep on a mattress directly
on the floor.
How many times did you fail your permit and/or driver's
license test? I have not taken any such exams.
If you could eat lunch with one famous person, who would
it be? Surak. It would be very interesting, to say the
least, to learn his opinion on current Vulcan affairs.
What was the last film you saw at the movies? "Some
Like It Hot."
What was the last film you saw at home? I have never
seen a film on Vulcan.
What was the last book you read? One Flew Over
the Cuckoo's Nest, Ken Kesey. Ensign Sato recommended
it, and I found it to be very insightful regarding Terran
What was the last CD you listened to? A recording
of Beethoven's first five symphonies.
What do you have for breakfast? Plomeek soup.
Can you touch your nose with your tongue? No.
Can you roll your tongue? No.
How many keys on your key ring? I lack a key ring.
Where would you like to visit most? I have never
been to the Dead Sea; I understand the climate and terrain
are similar to certain areas on Vulcan.
Hobbies? A hobby is an activity used within spare
time, which is a commodity I lack.
Which single store would you choose to max your credit
card? I lack a credit card.
What do you do most often when you are bored? I
am not "bored" in the colloquial sense, but
my quarters are very calming after a day when the crewmembers
have forgotten to bathe.
What words or phrases do you overuse? I carefully
monitor my speech patterns so that I do not become redundant.
What words or phrases do your friends overuse? I
have never heard a crewmember repeat a phrase extraneously.
Friend who lives farthest away? The colleague who
lent me his cat is still on Terra. We became close acquaintances.
Greatest pet peeve? I have already stated I have
Best thing in the world? I do not consider experiences
in terms of enjoyment, though I find my work aboard Enterprise
When do you get up? 0500 hours.
Bedtime? 2200 hours.
Last new thing you bought for yourself? On Terra,
one week before we left, I purchased a small cat figurine.