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Comic #4666

1 Serron: What about our plan to strand me and one of these aliens on a planet, so we can learn to communicate?
2 Paris: Yes, let’s do that!
2 Serron: I appreciate your confidence in me.
3 X: What do you think I am? Some sort of semi-omnipotent god-like alien petty enough to randomly strand people on planets?
4 Paris: Exactly.
4 X: And don’t you forget it!

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There's something about god-like powers that makes beings become petty. We see this many times in the various incarnations of Star Trek, from Trelane and Apollo in the Original Series, to "God" in the fifth movie, to Q in The Next Generation.

Just remember this if you ever develop god-like powers for some reason. Leave the pettiness behind.

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