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"I got a feeling I had loads when I was in primary school, 'cause I had red hair; you know, like Duracell." Richard D. James
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"Sometimes I just hit the keyboard in a way I'd like the rhythm of the tracks to sound." Richard D. James
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"The Borg were always very time consuming, whatever episode they might be in, they were always difficult." Richard D. James
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"The description was that the Borg ship was not in chambers like our ship, it didn't have a bridge, the Borg are very powerful, they are part organic, and part mechanical." Richard D. James
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"The difference between the Voyager design and The Next Generation ship was the Voyager ship was more a scientific exploration ship." Richard D. James
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"The production designer is responsible for everything you see on the screen, except the actor." Richard D. James
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"Well, I just bought a massive bank and I've moved into it on my own." Richard D. James
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"When we started out with the Borg, we certainly never did expect them to be such a recurring theme." Richard D. James
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"Human kindness is like a defective tap, the first gush may be impressive but the stream soon dries up." D. James
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"No one has it who isn't capable of genuinely liking others, at least at the actual moment of meeting and speaking." D. James
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"She was a buxom grandmother noted for her detective stories, who gazed mournfully at the camera as if deploring either the bloodiness of her craft or the size of her advance." D. James
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"And the actor is under the direction of the director, and make-up and wardrobe." Richard D. James
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"And the ship was described as a vast endless chamber of Borg, as far up as you could see and as far down as you could see and as far forward as you can see." Richard D. James
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"Basically no, but if the actress would be in high heels, and my floor is going to be something that that's a real problem, we'd have to work that out." Richard D. James
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"Can't really despise people you don't know." Richard D. James
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"I could be quite happy working with, like, about four bits of my favorite equipment forever, 'cause it's got infinite possibilities." Richard D. James
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"I did a tremendous amount of research, and I was in contact with one of the Sherlock Holmes museums." Richard D. James
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"I just mixed some sandpaper together for a bit and then played a food mixer and threw it at someone." Richard D. James
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"I loved science fiction, but I was not really big on the original series." Richard D. James
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"I used to make up names when I used to catalog my stuff." Richard D. James
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"I want it to be all back together again; I want to go out to a club and listen to all different types, not just one specialist type of jungle." Richard D. James
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