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The Question: "Why did the chicken cross the road?" was posed to those from the Star Trek Universe.......
> WORF: Perhaps it was a good day to die?
> CHAKOTAY: A chicken is a sacred animal to my people. It may have been on a personal quest of enlightenment.
> ODO: Hmmm, I'm not sure, but I shall of course investigate immediately.
> PICARD: The chicken may have been disillusioned with its quality of life....but as a sentient being, it has every right to cross if it so wishes, damn it! The seventh guarantee defines our personal rights, of both choice, and will. And it is the very essence of this philosophy that establishes its personal imperatives.
>QUARK: It's obvious that it saw more lucrative opportunities for profit on the other side.
> LOCUTUS: A futile manoeuvre, any collision with a car and death is immediate.
> KHAN: Do you know the Klingon proverb and tells us chicken is a dish that is best served cold...?
> O'BRIEN: Hmm, I dunno, I'd hahf to give it some thaht...
> SISKO: I don't care about about any damn chickens! Right now I have a station to run, and a Bolian freighter is arriving this morning and Pylon Three is down, so stop wasting my time and return to your post.
> TOMOLAK: Ah yes, chickens....your Federation is certainly at home when it comes to...'chickens'..
> GOWRON: Driven by the throbbing blood in its veins it yearned for glory! - or an honourable death...
> CAPTAIN DATHON: Shakka, when the walls fell....
> O'BRIEN: (Thoughtful and solemn) I saw a chicken crossing the once on Setlik III....and then I saw them, the cars, moving through the streets, killing, destroying, just hitting everything in sight. And then the chicken, it just...disintegrated in front of me on impact. Took me weeks to get over the experience.
> McCOY: For God's sakes. Now the man's talking about chickens!
> TUVOK: The fact that you do not know the answer to your query suggests a lack of mental discipline. There are a number of useful and productive mental excercises available, and I have found them highly useful for relaxing and balancing the mind. Using this technique, I am sure the solution to your query will present itself.
> PICARD: ......Conference.
> THE DOCTOR: I am a Doctor, not a sounding board for your inane repartee.
> GARAK: Why, that is a fascinating question. Fortunately I still have a number of friends and former associates on Cardassia... Of course it shan't be an easy task to get an answer out of Central Command, but I shall endeavour to make some subtle enquires.
> WORF: If it were any other chicken, I would kill it where it stands....!
> WORF: Chickens were an economical menace, and were considered a mortal enemy of the empire. An entire fleet was sent to seek out their homeworld, and eradicate them.