A starship captain's life is filled with duty
Jean-Luc Picard is arguably one of the greatest captains that Starfleet ever saw. Unlike other captains, Picard never faulted on his commitment to up hold the prime directive even if it could lead to facing a court marshal. But still Jean-Luc longed for the days when he could explore previously unexplored quadrants of space. His love of history and archeology gave him a greater understanding of his mission to study new life and civilization.
During the seven years we spent with Picard, he lead his team to explore countless new worlds, contact new species and expand humanity's understanding of the universe. He led the fight against the Borg and drove them out of Federation space. Admittedly a bit arrogant and undisciplined in his youth, Picard faced death more than once. He had a deep understanding of just how fragile life is and how important every moment must be.
And perhaps most impressively he was able to deal with the constant interference of a certain Q. So raise a glass of hot Earl Gray tea to celebrate Jean-Luc Picard, his contribution to the Federation and those around him.
This stylish magnet measures 1 1/2 inches in diameter.
This magnet tells the world, “In your position it's important to ask yourself one question: what would Picard do?”
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