I'm just intrigued. Why did they get a goat in the first place? But I also find it cool that you kept the goat when you bought the house, although I can imagine the conversation when you decided to buy it:
Craig: We love the house. We'll buy it!
Realtor: Great. Oh, and by the way, it comes with a goat.
C: A goat.
R: Yes, she rules over it with an iron hoof. You must bow down to her mighty horns.
C: Waaaay too many drugs. We'll take it any ways.
What profession would you want to have if you lived in the 25th century?
I think the opportunity to just go out and explore; to just go out, point your ship at some place, and just go is really, really appealing. Just go and find something new. Not go and fight the Klingons. Not go and do something on the front of battle. But to really go out and explore planets, solar bodies -things that nobody else has ever seen before. That fascinates me.
Amen my brutha.
I am looking forward to deep engrossing interactive non-combat game play. My faith that it will come has just increased by an order of magnitude.
That's not to say I don't want to rip into a few Klingon ships. I just want to have plenty of other things to do also.