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3051d4  No.21189

WWJLPD

What would Jean Luc Picard do?

In this thread we post and discuss moral conundrums that we can encounter while exploring the galaxy.

>have nice asian waifu

>she comes back from a visit to a planet

>turns into a 12 yo loli

>still your waifu

>she demands you fulfill your marital obligation

Was it wrong to refuse giving her the warmth and companionship she needed?

f62783  No.21191

Ordinarily, I'd be the first to tell you to hang yourself. But in this instance, I've always felt that Miles kind of shit the bed on this one.


b55b6c  No.21193

>>21189

>have nice asian waifu

>nice

>Keiko


3051d4  No.21194

>>21191

Not so black and white now, eh?


3051d4  No.21195

File: ee83eae85e75359⋯.png (294.73 KB, 512x489, 512:489, sttng_s04e12_keiko.png)

>>21193

Well, she's certainly no Tamura but still fuckable. Looks a tad too korean for my taste. Jaw reduction surgery sure would helped her a lot.


de3ecf  No.21196

>>21195

There's something about Keiko's eyes that have always seemed really off to me. Almost reptilian.


3051d4  No.21197

File: 746db18e1ce9e5a⋯.jpg (54.7 KB, 705x530, 141:106, keikoobrien.jpg)

>>21196

You are right. It looks like her eyes are not symmetrical. especially the inner part. It's like when I draw a face. One eye is good and the other out of perspective.


98eef7  No.21200

>>21195

> Looks a tad too korean for my taste

The actress is a chink.


140d0c  No.21203

>>21189

>turns into a 12 yo loli

>she demands you fulfill your marital obligation

how?

12 year old girls haven't gone through puberty yet so they havent even grown a vachina yet?


23ce02  No.21207

File: d67bff06282c4a5⋯.jpg (51.03 KB, 484x446, 242:223, 1462700914487.jpg)

>>21203

Let this black scientist refute your point.


42d85c  No.21208

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>>21203

>12 year old girls haven't gone through puberty yet so they havent even grown a vachina yet?


972909  No.21209

>>21189

Kill her, kill her now while she is small and fragile before she can chrysalise into her adult form.


b06515  No.21212

>>21203

>vachina

Slightly chuckleworthy.


0335e3  No.21213

>>21189

Well science teaches us that if you condense an object small enough it will form a black hole. Just imagine what kind of bitch hole that would be created by a loli kekio. He should have thrown her out of the airlock


dd6034  No.21233

The only argument against having sex with children that holds any water is that they're psychologically unable to be ready for that. Considering lolified-Keiko is mentally a complete adult, that's gone. Would it still be kinda creepy? Sure. Would it be illegal? Not in the least. They're even married.

So he should definitely have tapped that. Go anal if her vagina is too small.


63e713  No.21247

>>21233

>Go anal if her vagina is too small.

How well hung was O'Brien?


de3ecf  No.21260

>>21247

Some idiots will meme that he had the biggest, most thunderous cock in the Alpha Quadrant, but in reality, he's just an average dude with an average dick. Extremely bushy, though.


13d8b1  No.21268

>>21233

>The only argument against having sex with children that holds any water is that they're psychologically unable to be ready for that.

…and Miles spent the episode psychologically unable to be ready for that.


de3ecf  No.21272

>>21268

what a fag lol


b06515  No.21300

File: 55fc7929d3f6540⋯.jpg (109.81 KB, 692x530, 346:265, I'm just a simple gardener.jpg)

>>21260

"Do I remember O'Brien? Miles, O'Brien? Hmm, yes. Good lad. I heard he's made chief engineer somewhere. Good for him, it's not easy to overcome the taunts during his days here. Cadets can be very cruel sometimes. Rusty velcro. How would you like getting called that in the locker room sonic showers. Now if you can kindly get out of my way, I'm a busy man. I have to hose the pre-commencement party vomit off the perennials."


48b9ee  No.21318

>>21268

Well, say what you want about TNG but I feel now mentally prepared for this scenario. And when it occurs I won't be hesitant to mount the loli.


13d8b1  No.21322

>>21300

I thought O'Brien was enlisted, and didn't go to Starfleet Academy because he wasn't an officer.


48b9ee  No.21324

>>21322

Pretty sure he is an office. Wasn't he the tactical officer for that captain that went on a rampage in cardassian space?


4c241e  No.21325

>>21324

O'Brien is an NCO, and apparently the only one in Starfleet. As such he never went to the Academy.


bf10ca  No.21326

>>21324

Miles is enlisted, not a commissioned officer.

Serving /as/ an a non-commissioned officer is a different matter, like him being the Chief of Engineering of DS9.

>>21322

Whether or not enlisted crewmen get basic training at SA has never been confirmed or denied. Miles made a comment once about the SA, so it's possible they do go there, even if it's only for basic a "this is how to fix shit" course.


461e52  No.21327

>>21213

How do you close that bitch hole if it ever occurs?


399b8c  No.21332

>>21213

>>21327

You're not getting the entire picture: Loli-Keiko is a small black hole of bitchiness, but in this tiny form she can't successfully fight off your dick, which means that you can easily fuck her into not being a bitch. O'Brien should've dicked her straight while he had the chance.


dd6034  No.21333

>>21260

I have a hard time believing that 99% of humans won't just some fancy phaser-technology to permanently remove all their body hair at that point in the future.

>>21268

To be fair, age of consent is just a catchall, not a guarantee. Some people can be ready for sex by age 12, it's just very, very rare. On the other hand, some people aren't ready for sex until their mid-20s, and some people really never are.


6a20c0  No.21341

>>21233

That's an argument? What kind of cucks do you waste your time talking to?


13d8b1  No.21351

>>21333

"Old enough to crawl…"


b3cbaa  No.21363

>>21325

O'Brien is outranked by everyone in Starfleet and the universe

>>21332

Why not spank?


b06515  No.21384

>>21322

Shitposting aside, I was under the impression that enlisted crew during the TNG to DS9 era is handled similar to what >>21326 wrote.

>Whether or not enlisted crewmen get basic training at SA has never been confirmed or denied. Miles made a comment once about the SA, so it's possible they do go there, even if it's only for basic a "this is how to fix shit" course.


4bf209  No.21385

>>21325

Maybe he went to the academy but just for 3 or 4 months rather than the 4 or 5 years everyone else spends there.

Starfleet must still have a boot camp somewhere.


4bf209  No.21386

>>21196

>There's something about Keiko's eyes that have always seemed really off to me. Almost reptilian.

dats racis


de3ecf  No.21394

>>21386

No it's not, I've seen plenty of gooks with eyes that don't make me feel like I'm about to be eaten by a predator.


44af32  No.21414

>>21207

Holy shit how do you even stick your dick into something that small? Must feel pretty damn good, though


b06515  No.21415

>>21414

Why don't you have a seat, Neelix. Have a seat.


13d8b1  No.21423

>>21414

>Holy shit how do you even stick your dick into something that small?

…asking for… a friend.

On a serious note, your choices are probably oral, anal, and don't bother. Either you dilate the crap out of them like an extra-gauge piercing for a few days just to rub your urethera on a wet spot, or you don't go in at all and get the same experience. It's a bit shallow.

Anything else is probably going to read "anon was arrested when the baby was hospitalized" because you blew out her cervix and started squishing around in the guts. A couple months? Okay, maybe part of the tip. A couple days? There is like 2mm of depth, there's no point in stretching the gape to go in, it's still a flat wet spot.

I… wouldn't normally give a serious answer, but everyone's life is better if you don't, y'know, kill someone. Just rub on the folds or skip it, anon, unless you're going gender-neutral babyfeeding… at least for the first few months.


dd6034  No.21425

>>21414

"Rape" doesn't mean penetration anymore, anon. Any type of sexual assault will qualify, especially in clickbait media articles.


0f2704  No.21435

File: acb28fad10ba6b3⋯.jpg (39.98 KB, 630x492, 105:82, 676687.JPG)

>>21207

Did some follow up on that case.

>When Davis was questioned, he first gave conflicting stories to detectives, before admitting to being responsible for the infant’s injuries. However, he did not admit to raping the child. Instead, he claimed that the baby received her injuries after he accidently dropped her, and accidently penetrated her.

>"she axidentley fell on muh dick"

>Davis’ IQ has come up as a bone of contention, with it being a low 59, however, professionals have determined him fit to stand trial, which means that he understands the charges brought against him, and is aware that what he has done is wrong.

>The case seems to have fallen apart since the incident, with surrounding circumstances that deputy Prosecutor Chris Morledge describes as ‘bizarre’. The state’s two key witnesses, the baby girl’s mother and grandmother, stated they wanted to ‘drop the whole thing’. During testimony the baby girl’s mother, Banks, said that at one time she believed Davis was the father of her child, but doesn’t believe that now. She went on to further state that she still believed Davis raped her daughter, but wanted to drop it because “I want it behind me. She’s doing ok now.” For some reason, no DNA testing was done in the case so it has not been determined if Davis is actually the father of the baby girl he raped.

>Davis has spent the past 3 + years in the County Jail and Arkansas State Hospital, awaiting trial.

On March 2, 2012, Circuit Judge James L. T. Simes ordered that all charges be dropped and the suspected baby rapist walk free over the prosecution's failure to try the alleged baby rapist in a speedy manner.

Pic is the nigger judge that let him walk. I'm also not surprise that the mother and grandmother want the case to be dropped. They rather have a criminal walk than put him into the "white" system.


13d8b1  No.21436

>>21435

>"she axidentley fell on muh dick"

I mean, it fits with the skull fracture…


0f2704  No.21438

>>21436

Unsettling fact: fractured skulls are an indicator of infant rape. It happens when the perp is covering the mouth so the baby can shout.


0d05d3  No.21452

>>21435

>IQ of 59

Good fucking lord that's dumb.


6d41d2  No.21455

>>21452

Just a typical nigger.


de3ecf  No.21457

>>21455

I believe that 59 is below average even for niggers. You're looking at 75-80 IQ for the average.


0d05d3  No.21458

>>21457

It's below average for even Australian abbos I think, it's fucking ~dumb~.


995fda  No.21467

>>21452

AS I u understand it that is technically a moron [in the scientific not hyperbolic sense]


995fda  No.21468

>>21458

fuck premature post

Also hi Bruce!


13d8b1  No.21469

>>21438

Yeah, I'm comfortable with just about everything, but that's pretty fucked up.

Also, keiko/molly threesomes (without fractured skulls)


c77128  No.21477

>>21189

THE FIRST DUTY OF EVERY STARFLEET OFFICER

IS TO THE WAIFU

WHETHER IT BE ADULT WAIFU, OR LOLI WAIFU, OR HOLO WAIFU


6c17eb  No.21484

>>21477

Amen, brother. Dubs speak the truth.


42d85c  No.21488

>>21458

'ELLO, BRUCE!


972909  No.21489

>>21477

Please go back to your own time, Barcley.


dd6034  No.21492

>>21438

You just made that up. You can't fracture a skull by putting your hand over a mouth.


6c17eb  No.21496

>>21492

A-are you debating infant rape with ME?

>This was explained to me a few years ago by someone reporting on another case of a father raping his infant daughter. When a grown monster of a man rapes an infant, they will often cover the baby’s mouth to stifle the screams of this poor angel. When the disgusting excuse of a human climaxes, they tend to push down on the baby’s head, fracturing their skull. In the cases I have investigated and reported on, every infant that was raped also suffered a fractured skull. I


13d8b1  No.21504

>>21496

Did… did we just have a "What did you just say to me/I have raped over 300 newborns" moment?

/goes to take a shower…


4c241e  No.21505

>>21496

You know, I though I'd been desensitized to any subject that I may encounter on image boards. But apparently, infant rape will still make me squirm just a bit. Huh.


d11550  No.21509

>>21489

Hey, don't get pissy with Barcley. He showed us that even in the 24th century Anons are still alive and well.


909432  No.21514

>>21189

OK, I think we all came to the conclusion that it was wrong not to mount the loli.

——————–NEW CONUNDRUM——————-

Imagine this: You see a child drowning in a pond. What do you do? Help it or do you say "I shouldn't interfere. The child has not yet advanced enough to gain the ability to swim. It's death is the natural way." If you helped the child, congratulation, you just violated the prime directive.

On Baral II the atmosphere was collapsing which meant certain death to the inhabitants. Their existence was threatend by something beyond their influence. It's not like they nuked themselves or something. Picard refused to help them because of "muh prime directive". Is the prime directive compatible with the values of the Federation at all? Or is it just something cowards hide behind?

If you are able to help, aren't you obliged to help?


4c241e  No.21517

Prime Directive is the opposite of morality, it's just "do nothing at all costs." PD exists primarily to give the Feddies plausible deniability, and secondarily as a way to keep their captains from going native and playing god at the first backwater world they see.


383a4b  No.21519

>>21514

The critical question is if the drowning child is from a society that has gone faster than light. If so, you can save it. If not, the child must die. But all is not lost, since a Starfleet Captain can interfere as it suits him or her and since their commanding officer is problem neck-deep in section 31 hijinx there will be no repercussions.

So it’s up to your captain’s mood. If you think saving the child won’t make him or her grumpy, you’re good.


96b5ed  No.21521

>>21514

>Kid is drowning

>Help kid

>"Thank you mister federation man!"

>Go home to your loving holowaifu and feel accomplished with saving a life

>Time passes

>Kid grows to become an evil warlord who murders countless innocent qt aliens

I HOPE YOU'RE FUCKING HAPPY

The Prime Directive is mostly concerned with giving pre-warp cultures technologies which could fuck them over later on, like in that Voyager episode where a bunch of fucking retards end up causing a permanent world winter, and that kind of stuff would not only be related to warp technology: advances in medicine could be used to create bioweapons, introducing a certain ideology to an unenlightened species which they could misunderstand, etc. I presume that kind of shit has happened so often that the feds had to implement it.


13d8b1  No.21527

>>21514

Ah, but the prime directive applies to civilizations, not individuals.

Ergo, stick it in their pooper, then kidnap them across the galaxy.


dd6034  No.21528

>>21514

The Prime Directive is evil, but its a necessary evil. Otherwise you end up on a slippery slope to the Federation playing the current USA, trying to police the entirety of world affairs (and inevitably making shit worse). As pointed out by the above, your example doesn't work because saving a single child is statistically impossible to affect the outcome of a civilization. Although, outside the fourth wall, I feel as if the PD was invented as a variation to naturalists who study wild animals and will not interfere, letting "nature take its course". However, this flies completely in the face of the fact that humanity will also (however arbitrarily) select species to attempt to bring back from the brink of extinction. Sometimes they even justify this by saying the cause of this is human activity, like encroachment on their habitat, or hunting, or pollution, or whatever else. However, most will recognize that it's usually only done for political or monetary reasons. Cute species are saved because they bring people to zoos, and iconic ones (giant pandas for China, bald eagles for the USA) are saved because they are representative of a country, as a synecdoche and national symbol.

Therefore, given precedent, I can safely say that the Feddies, being human, will most likely elect to save the species that is threatened if they are cute enough. This explains Janeway's attitude to the Ocampa, because they are cute helpless little adorable baby-people.

>>21521

Most people believe that "great person" hypothesis of civilization is incorrect. The reason why traveling back in time to kill Hitler wouldn't do anything is because Hitler was a product of his time, of the zeitgeist of his society. Kill him, and another person will rise up and do the exact same thing. Because of this, it doesn't matter whether you save the kid or not; if an evil warlord was going to rise, it'll be SOMEONE, maybe that kid, maybe not.


b06515  No.21544

>>21514

>OK, I think we all came to the conclusion that it was wrong not to mount the loli.

>we

The consensus is far from universal even in this thread.

>On Baral II the atmosphere was collapsing which meant certain death to the inhabitants.

Well alright at least you're using "Homeward" as an example.

http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Homeward_(episode)

If you used "Pen Pals" instead, I would suspect you're just Neelixposting aka space pedoposting.


0d05d3  No.21572

>>21528

Only time traveling back to aid Hitler would really get anything done. As a side benefit related to the thread, could probably land a loli while you're there due to the average level of technology. Time travel might be the worst fucking plot point ever to happen to Trek but boy would it be cool for shit like this.


536437  No.21581

>>21521

>>21517

>>21528

If you let civilizations develop without interference chances are high that many will become aggressive and hungry for war and conquest. If you think about it from the smallest environment say some microbes on a rotten apple, to bigger enthronements like a forest, or even bigger like an ocean everywhere living creatures fight for survival and often the most aggressive come out on top. Same is true for the cosmos. Klingons, Romulons and Cardassians exist and they are aggressive. One can only guess how many dozens of civilizations fell prey to these three.

Imho the prime directive should be the opposite. Wherever the Federation finds a civilization that isn't capable of leaving their solar system they should be contacted and their civilization should be brought on the right path. Perhaps in the form of deities for middle age civilizations or in the form of advisors for more developed ones. Ofc also technological help but with the right pace.

This would help civilizations to develop faster and better and would increase their chance of survival. Maybe help them not doing the same mistakes as many other civilizations. This would also bind them in the long term to the Federation because the Federation was there all the way. Not just "Hey you discovered the warp drive, wanna join our club?". This should be the prime directive if they want to settle the galaxy.


d11550  No.21582

File: 076b58d9199fa78⋯.jpg (30.77 KB, 560x420, 4:3, For the love of god, kill ….jpg)

>>21363

>O'Brien is outranked by everyone in Starfleet

O'Brien would be expected to salute fucking Wesley, has he not suffered enough?


759f4e  No.21629

>>21582

O'Brien would go on a killing spree if that happened.


b85b48  No.21644

>>21572

No amount of aid (short of lots and lots of nukes) could have allowed Hitler to win, though. The outcome of the war was a virtually foregone conclusion, as well.

>>21581

I'm fairly well sure that "we don't want primitive civilizations worshipping random Feddie captains as gods, because it tends to go to their heads" was one of the biggest reasons for the PD. Propensity to violence or not, a civilization that uplifts itself will not be so easily manipulable on a galactic scale. Otherwise, you'd easily find situations where the entire planet would willingly offer themselves as slaves or soldiers.


4c241e  No.21646

>>21644

>No amount of aid (short of lots and lots of nukes) could have allowed Hitler to win, though. The outcome of the war was a virtually foregone conclusion, as well.

Eh, shit could have gone down a different path if the Reich was a little more consistent in its strategy. It also wouldn't hurt if someone told Hitler that public speaking skill doesn't translate into military knowledge and to stop greenlighting expensive-ass meme projects because he think the designs look cool. US might have stayed out of the war as well, or at least stayed out for longer if the Japanese chose to go after Soviet-held land instead of US-protected territory.


4bf209  No.21650

>>21582

>tfw 99% of Starfleet are officers

>and you are an honorary officer today


d11550  No.21686

File: 403fa376ad7eaad⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 320.36 KB, 1000x794, 500:397, I cannot even.jpg)

>>21629

>Chief is forced to salute Wesley

>Chief goes all Setlick III aboard the Enterprise

>Commandeers the ship after killing the officers

>He and the four survivors (the only non-com crew) go full privateer with the Enterprise

>Chiefs first act (as Captain Chief Miles Edwards O'Brien) is to flush Keiko out of the airlock.

>He briefly considered pushing her into the reactor core, but she could have tainted the dilithium with her evil, and nobody wants that.

>Cpt. Chief and the Enterprisers (his four man crew) become the toast of the Orion Syndicate, and the bane of Starfleet

>TFW it will never happen

I know it couldn't be in the prime timeline, but with all the shits they've taken on the franchise recently would it really kill them to give us that show?


4bf209  No.21690

>>21189

>What would Jean Luc Picard do?

Establish dominance by making her wait.


d16d15  No.21693

File: e39c7975b11b659⋯.png (83.71 KB, 225x230, 45:46, smug.png)

>>21690

I'm not so sure… he said many time that he isn't good with children


1b0c74  No.21697

>>21644

>No amount of aid (short of lots and lots of nukes) could have allowed Hitler to win, though. The outcome of the war was a virtually foregone conclusion, as well.

If you went back in time and showed the men preparing to land at Normandy a youtube clip of their descendants being faggots and wearing dresses, they’d kill their officers and start lynching kikes.


d11550  No.21701

>>21693

>isn't good with children

Is Picard a registered sex offender? Or are you going a different way with that?


995fda  No.21705

>>21189

Watching this episode on BBC America right now. I say if she wants the d, you giver her the d. She's your wife. Why would you pass up that super tight and technically legal pussy?


decfe9  No.21708

File: 13051c523efbc96⋯.jpg (49.88 KB, 710x557, 710:557, 345467.jpg)

>>21701

I don't think he's a registered sex offender. He wouldn't have gotten command of the Enterprise.

But how about this theory: Picard has strong pedophile urges and he hates himself for that. To make sure that nothing ever happens he tells everybody how bad he is with children and begs them more or less to be with him whenever children are around. Throughout the series this happened multiple times. He clearly wants to avoid situations where he is alone with kids. This makes perfectly sense now. Nobody is perfect and these are the demons he has to fight.


ab672f  No.21713

>>21708

Kids are beyond annoying

t.The Uncle


decfe9  No.21736

File: 0edf85dd3f5dd07⋯.jpg (27.9 KB, 440x330, 4:3, sad.jpg)

>>21713

>always the uncle

>never the father


d568b0  No.21737

>>21713

Good goyim

t. The Jew


0ceed1  No.21740

File: d5b4a5f20501e66⋯.mp4 (5.11 MB, 1280x690, 128:69, whose_this_big_guy.mp4)

>>21713

>the Uncle


d11550  No.21752

>>21705

>super tight

Granted I'm not sure about this, but wouldn't she be less 'super tight' and more 'too tight' at that age? O'Brien isn't exactly the kind of guy who'd keep pumping as she screams while he, literally, tears her a new one.


366f4f  No.21762

>>21752

Just lube her up. If that fails, well she's the one who asked for it anyway.


6070a6  No.21773

>>21752

He would if it was a cardie loli giving him war flashbacks.


4bf209  No.21775

>>21752

I don't know if any of you guys actually have wives or a gf, but mine would likely be so disturbed by the fact that I wanted to fuck her younger incarnation that she'd want to break up with you.

I once saw an old picture of my wife and said she looked really hot in it, turns out she was 13 at the time, it was hard to tell because she already had F cup tits. She blue balled me for days.


196596  No.21782

>>21705

>technically legal pussy

Child marriage and underage sex isn't legal in the USA even if it's a case of age regression via fancy alien antics, haji.


d11550  No.21783

>>21775

>Pic of your wife when she was 13

>F cup tits

I'm calling bullshit, pics or it didn't happen.


4bf209  No.21784

>>21783

You're technically right they're FF or G.

The pic you're describing isn't digital, I'm not going to break into her grandma's house take it off the wall, scan it and upload it, sorry.


161b46  No.21786

>>21189

4 more years of rascals thread


b85b48  No.21827

>>21752

Too many variables to consider. Is she still fully prepubescent? Did she have any experience masturbating? How hung is O'Brien, anyway?

In any case, whatever the tightness, anal is always the answer.


6070a6  No.21837

>>21775

What a good little cuckboy you are to respect her wishes like that.


f9d3e5  No.21838

>>21423

Thanks for that horrifyingly in depth explanation TORanon.

>>21514

The asinine thing about that episode is that I'm sure the Federation has advanced technology that would allow them to stabilize the atmosphere of that planet without ever revealing their presence to that world.


13d8b1  No.21865

>>21775

Have you tried giving her a skull fracture, anon?


c77128  No.21881

>>21752

>'too tight' at that age

You need to stop listening to what feminists tell you. She'll be fine as long as you don't ram the whole thing in at once, go slow to let her stretch out.

>>21775

You need to find a wife who's less uptight. Also, she may not have just been uspet that you found a 13 year old hot, she was probably pissed that you implied she looked better then than she does now.


b3cbaa  No.21916

>>21708

Were the kids wearing underwear in that pic?


e2df72  No.21945

>>21775

The other day time travel came up and I right off told the wife I would go back and bang the fuck out of her circa 2003. Ofcourse this is approximately the time we first met and I fucked her before she turned 16 the first time. So maybe diff there.

Best thing would be to figure out how to suppress any time paradoxes and have the present and past versions double up.

What potentially could get me in trouble was I found a picture of her mom from the early 70s

could you imagine if she found me cranking one out to her mom? Doghouse for sure

Holy shit super fox


138e75  No.21953

>>21916

This anon has a keen eye for the important things. To answer your question, no, she clearly sports a Troi-esque camel toe. Her way of saying "you can have me, mon capitan!"


4c241e  No.21954

File: da525d26369d257⋯.jpg (78.98 KB, 710x557, 710:557, 13051c523efbc96d4759648f49….jpg)

>>21953

He's not the only one with the keen eyes it would seem.


42d85c  No.21958

File: da6c8086d36cfe4⋯.jpg (197.64 KB, 565x431, 565:431, da6c8086d36cfe4563193b0981….jpg)

>>21953

>>21954

Troi's not the only one.


b85b48  No.21966

>>21953

Just a fold in the cloth. Girls that young don't have enough labia to form any meaningful camel-toe, underwear or none.


d11550  No.21982

>>21966

How many hours of staring at prepubescent crotches are you basing that on? We need to know if this is representative data.


b85b48  No.22002

>>21982

Recently? None obviously. When I was prepubescent? Countless because I was a perverted little fucker; and I have a nearly-photographic memory.

Here's a question: if someone who DOES have a perfectly-photographic memory through the power of technology — say Data or The Doctor — sees a naked child, are their memories legally child porn? Would it be legal to strap them down and have those memories forcibly removed?

As a corollary, if Data — using his perfectly-photographic memory and machine-precise drawing ability — produces a drawing based on said memory (with all the exactness of an inkjet printer) is the resulting piece legally a drawing and thus protected, or legally child porn because it's basically indistinguishable from a photograph?

Because I'm fairly certain at SOME point in the series the infallible memory of Data was used as a form of physical evidence for a criminal case. I just can't remember a specific time. If so, there's kinda a precedent for this.


decfe9  No.22006

>>22002

Can you prove that the image exists in their memory?


419f33  No.22012

>>22002

>Because I'm fairly certain at SOME point in the series the infallible memory of Data was used as a form of physical evidence for a criminal case. I just can't remember a specific time.

Not as I recall. The closest was when Data used the holodeck to reconstruct the death of that scientist Riker was cucking.


d11550  No.22016

>>22002

Considering that they were using old EMHs as slave labour by the end of Voyager I'm pretty sure he's considered equipment rather than a person. Would one holodeck character killing another count as murder? Even if it was scripted?


13d8b1  No.22032

>>21966

That is untrue, and cameltoe is usually the outer folds, not inner roast beef.


b85b48  No.22053

>>22006

I don't think Data forgets anything. If he saw it, the memory must be there.

>>22016

This reminds me of a very compelling argument I fashioned when thinking about the episode where Data goes on trial to prove whether or not he is sentient. The entire reason why murder is considered evil — once you boil everything down — is because it removes something unique from the universe, something that cannot be replicated.

So destroying, say, a ship's computer or an out-of-the-box EMH is nominally destruction of property, but not murder because this lifeform is not unique; they have infinite copies of these programs and they are all the same, so nothing of value is REALLY lost. However, Data and the Doctor are individuals, having been around for long enough to form individual personalities, gaining experiences and memories. This makes them unique and thus irreplaceable, therefore they must be equally as important as a person.

>>22032

Doesn't matter which folds you're talking about. Little girls are like a barbie doll where you've cut a slit in the crotch with a knife. Completely flat and very tight with zero definition.

This must be the only place on the entire fucking internet where a man can summarize the morality of murder and define the value of life itself, and then immediately turn around and talk about little girl pussy. What the fuck.


d11550  No.22058

File: eff5cd60d6ff5a4⋯.png (231.78 KB, 311x400, 311:400, You gonna get comfy.png)

>>22053

>This must be the only place on the entire fucking internet where a man can summarize the morality of murder and define the value of life itself, and then immediately turn around and talk about little girl pussy. What the fuck.


42d85c  No.22059

>>22053

I wrote a paper for a philosophy class on whether or not data was a person. I argued that he was. I don't remember my exact reasoning, but I do remember most of the paper was just shitting all over Searl.

Captcha was "obiwja" I think /sw/ is leaking again.


24ed2e  No.22060

>>22059

I think it’s time to come to grips with the fact that most of /strek/ posts on /sw/ and vice versa, anon.


decfe9  No.22061

>>22060

I don't. I only post here


42d85c  No.22062

>>22060

I don't. I bear them no ill will I liked the original trilogy when I was a kid. I still do, but I'm not a Star Wars fan like I am a Star Trek fan.

I remember whn I was kid I found this website where this guy claimed Star Wars was so popular because it is a racial memory from a previous golden age of humanity. He went on about how humanity used to live on mars and we migrated to Earth because satan destroyed Mars or some shit. It was wild. Only now do I realize he probably wasn't too far off.


4c241e  No.22064

>>22060

I do, and I'm sure there are a couple others as well, but I've never gotten the impression that it was a board-wide thing.


de3ecf  No.22069

File: 1a678d5bf82d81e⋯.png (1.42 MB, 1495x1255, 299:251, STAR WARS IS FOR CHILDREN.png)

>>22060

>he's a Star Wars nerd

today I will remind them


b85b48  No.22071

>>22059

I found myself wishing I could have called Riker to the stand as a witness against his own points. Tell him that human beings also have an "off switch", and then perform a Vulcan Nerve Pinch on him. Announce to the arbiter: "Something about cutting Pinocchio's strings, again?" Given medical technology of the time, having Dr. Crusher slice off his arm and then surgically reattach it back to normal would also have been a cake walk.

>>22060

Star Wars isn't really sci-fi, though. It doesn't ask any questions about anything. and freely correlates magic with technology in the worst way. It's cheap, simple entertainment for the masses who want nothing more than something to flash across their eyeballs while they shovel popcorn down their throat.


decfe9  No.22076

>>22071

Also all SW movies together are about half a season of TOS/TNG.


4c241e  No.22087

File: 198f155b5ac2323⋯.webm (260.21 KB, 1048x448, 131:56, u wot.webm)

>>22071

>It's cheap, simple entertainment for the masses who want nothing more than something to flash across their eyeballs while they shovel popcorn down their throat.

No, it's not sci-fi in the traditional sense of speculative fiction, but it still explores a variety of themes, with meaningful characterization. Star Wars may not be high-brow the way Star Trek is, but it certainly isn't without its own creative merits. And the "intellectual" nature of Star Trek actually works against it at times, when the writers start huffing their own farts a little too much. We've all had moments where Picard's speeches seemed less genuinely passionate and a little more preachy and superior. "Force of Nature" is the archetypal example here but it's certainly not the only one. Also, is it really wise to uplift Star Trek for its intellectual merits when we spend most of our time on here LARPing as spoonheads removing Hasperat? Not that that isn't greatly amusing, but it's hardly intellectual. Now, if you're talking about the shit that's come out since the mouse took over I'd agree with you wholeheartedly.

>>22076

You're not wrong, but the pre-Yidsney EU is vastly superior in quantity and quality to the Trek EU. And unlike the latter, which were glorified fanfiction, the latter is considered canonical and has continuity.


de3ecf  No.22088

File: 8f0f164730c1669⋯.png (209.16 KB, 425x569, 425:569, I seriously hope you bajor….png)

>>22087

>Also, is it really wise to uplift Star Trek for its intellectual merits when we spend most of our time on here LARPing as spoonheads removing Hasperat?

No, because those people are horrible.


1467cc  No.22089

>>22087

Not him.

>Picard's

I liked Trek however I have to admit TNG was always balls to the walls insane with its prime directive and flip flopping of Picard. Everything that seamed intellectual in TNG is crazy and insane.

If you want a sane captain who makes logical points Voyager is your choice its TNG only better in every way.

Take a example of

http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Prime_Factors_(episode)

Not only is the captain on the other side of the prime directive.

She points it out.

And understands it (contrast with Picard's insane screaming, double standards and autistic ranting).

She tries to actually negotiate (contrast with Picard's insane screaming, double standards and autistic ranting) like a actual human diplomat with the aliens.

Her reasoning is sound

>you transporter 1 of my men to this planet

>Can you not transport our ship?

Explores different solutions, is respectful.

Then tries to use a soft bribe to get it finished.

There is some conflict in the crew (some want to get it from the black market illegally behind her back) and all of it is understandable.


214829  No.22092

>>22087

SW has real action. The action in Star Trek is usually embarrassing - looking at you, Worf… But take away the light sabre duels and space ship battles and there isn't much left. The only thing sw really does well apart from the action is that the aliens and robots. They feel more alien. But this is ofc also a budget thing.


13d8b1  No.22096

>>22053

>Completely flat and very tight

fapfapfapfapfap….

On a more serious note, though, I'd suggest you browse some barely-legal pics. There's a wide variation in the labia majora, and not only is cameltoe possible, but there are people on the internet who have entire libraries of lg cameltoe pics.

Some people are entirely tucked under with practically no labia majora. Some people… are not. And fatties have a couple extra pairs of labia majora and can hide a roast turkey in their front wedgie…

…so it varies.

>So destroying, say… an out-of-the-box EMH is nominally destruction of property

If you think about it hard enough, everyone except Bones is basically an infinitely-reproducible hologram. Think about it REEEAAALLLY hard…

>This must be the only place on the entire fucking internet where a man can summarize the morality of murder and define the value of life itself, and then immediately turn around and talk about little girl pussy. What the fuck.

…that's the glory of trek.

There are other places, though. This is just the only one where photographic evidence is not supplied to back one's claims.

Instead, you'll have to search that yourself - but half a dozen nudist sites should show the user the variations in WHAT can form a frontwedgie, which is basically what a cameltoe is.


13d8b1  No.22098

>>22053

>This must be the only place on the entire fucking internet where a man can summarize the morality of murder and define the value of life itself, and then immediately turn around and talk about little girl pussy.

…and people say Voyager wasn't a good addition to the series.


7a4499  No.22102

How long are we going to autofellate about how wonderful our conversations are?


4c241e  No.22103

>>22102

As long as the Torfag keeps posting.


b85b48  No.22156

>>22087

The thing about it is that while it has sci-fi elements, they're all in the background and don't affect anything. All the questions the franchise asks, and all its themes are about the "magic" (aka the Force and all that) and not the technology. There's no moral discussions regarding the use of hyperdrives, relationships between aliens, slave labor of droids that often have proven sentience, extensive use of cybernetic implants and equipment (aside from Obi-wan's line about Vader "he's more machine than man, now" which can be taken either straight or as a subtle reference to his loss-of-humanity; but either way it's just a metaphor, not the actual CAUSE), or anything else.

Can you see Star Wars ever having some scientist ask Luke if he can take apart R2-D2 and then he has to prove his sentience in a courtroom drama? Of course not. Whether R2-D2 is just a clever robot or a "person" is never even brought up, not even obliquely. There's no time. Actually discussing the sci-fi themes rather than just having them there doing nothing would get in the way of the spaceship battles and Force wankery, and the audience doesn't care.

Saying Star Wars is sci-fi is like saying you can have a sit-com where there are nerdy posters on the walls and say that's also sci-fi.


4c241e  No.22164

>>22156

None of that really contradicts my original post. I started out acknowledging that Star Wars isn't really sci-fi in the way Star Trek is, but it's still more than a cheap action flick and it has value in aspects besides sci-fi.


6070a6  No.22167

>>22164

It's shit.


b85b48  No.22206

>>22164

>it's still more than a cheap action flick

No it's not. It has all the depth of a foot-deep kiddy pool. The EU and some of the novels and shit, sure those get deep, but the movies are base and simple, which is why they have such mass appeal. Lucas simply ripped off a bunch of better works and then shoved them into a package with pretty special effects and a bombastic soundtrack. Without ILM and John Williams, nobody would have given a shit. The first time he tried to put together some kind of reasoning behind the handwave bullshit "backstory" (midiclorians) it was panned. The audience doesn't want to THINK when they watch a movie like that.

Just look at the whole dark side/ light side thing. Categorizing people into "good" and "evil" is how a child sees the world. Anakin aka Darth Vader was never really a tragic nuanced character; he started out as "good" on the light side, descended into "evil" in the dark side, and then redeemed himself at death by flipping back to the light side, thus being "good" once more. It never once dares to presume that a person can both have good and evil traits at the same fucking time. No.

One could argue that what TLJ was trying to do was this, fumbling around with the whole "grey Jedi" thing, but guess what? Everyone fucking hated it! Even that teeny tiny bit of depth is too much.


6070a6  No.22242

>>22206

All of that Gray Jedi shit was EU anyway, not even unique to those garbage movies.


729796  No.22243

>>22206

>No it's not. It has all the depth of a foot-deep kiddy pool.

In the sense that the Odyssey is not deep because it doesn’t describe how the ships were constructed or sailed?


6070a6  No.22246

>>22243

>Comparing Soy Wars to the Odyssey

wew lad


f7e4d2  No.22252

>>22246

>soy wars

You really want to pretend Star Trek is a paragon of masculinity in its current incarnation?


e548fc  No.22263

>>22103

The TOR Collective?


b85b48  No.22282

>>22243

The Odyssey is the novel version of cave paintings. It's celebrated because it's fucking ANCIENT, but literally nobody thinks it's particularly good for the art form.

Still better than Star Wars.


4c241e  No.22290

File: b478d9330e37f9d⋯.webm (419.59 KB, 480x360, 4:3, serious.webm)

>>22282

>literally nobody thinks it's particularly good for the art form.


b85b48  No.22296

>>22290

Oh, sorry, I forgot we live in an age where people taping trash to their heads is "great art" and Twilight is a "bestselling" novel.


bc0bfb  No.22313

File: 5643062425d87b0⋯.jpg (29.68 KB, 500x404, 125:101, its_a_jap.jpg)

>>22296

>comparing The Odyssey to modern art


995fda  No.22766

>>21581

Allow me to play doubles advocate here for a moment. For all intensive purposes I think you are wrong. In an age where false morals are a diamond dozen, true virtues are a blessing in the skies. We often put our false morality on a petal stool like a bunch of pre-Madonnas, but you all seem to be taking something very valuable for granite. So I ask of you to mustard up all the strength you can because it is a doggy dog world out there. Although there is some merit to what you are saying it seems like you have a huge ship on your shoulder. In your argument you seem to throw everything in but the kids Nsync, and even though you are having a feel day with this I am here to bring you back into reality. I have a sick sense when it comes to these types of things. It is almost spooky, because I cannot turn a blonde eye to these glaring flaws in your rhetoric. I have zero taller ants when it comes to people spouting out hate in the name of moral righteousness. You just need to remember what comes around is all around, and when supply and command fails you will be the first to go.

Make my words, when you get down to brass stacks it doesn't take rocket appliances to get two birds stoned at once. It's clear who makes the pants in this relationship, and sometimes you just have to swallow your prize and accept the facts. You might have to come to this conclusion through denial and error but I swear on my mother's mating name that when you put the petal to the medal you will pass with flying carpets like it’s a peach of cake.


9b9dd9  No.22779

>>22766

I honestly don't have an image to describe my specific form of rage, well done anon.


de3ecf  No.22782

>>22779

>falling for old copypasta


000000  No.22790

So, when do we get back to talking about LoliKeiko/Molly lesbian fuckfest, again?


0d0469  No.22796

>>21189

I would have smashed that shit.


432cca  No.22797

18YO CAVE MOLLY IS BEST MOLLY


b632e1  No.22815

>>22797

>Implying best Molly is any Molly other than DS9 lolimolly

The fuck are you of saying to me you son of a basterd bich?


22222b  No.22817

>>22815

>you son of a basterd bich?

>son of a

>a

You had one fucking job. I hope they revoke your meme license.


b632e1  No.22819

>>22817

Anon reserves the right to modify all memes however he wishes whenever he wishes in perpetuity, understanding that his subjective experience of a meme is strictly superior to either the objective meme itself or other subjective experiences of it.


000000  No.22864

>>22815

This.


22222b  No.22917

>>22819

Wrong. That meme is the sole intellectual property of Pudoo Patel. Any alteration of said meme must be done with his express written permission. A copy of said permission must be posted each time the meme is used. The new variant of the me is also wholly owned by Pudoo Patel, and the same aforementioned restrictions apply to it and its variants as well.


6e917f  No.22918

File: f3900db6153be53⋯.gif (817.47 KB, 400x306, 200:153, A very special level of he….gif)

>>22766

I know you did this deliberately, but that doesn't help.


53482d  No.22961

File: 016975d5ec37c9a⋯.jpg (42.92 KB, 417x354, 139:118, some-of-the-biggest-trolls….jpg)

>>22071

>I found myself wishing I could have called Riker to the stand as a witness against his own points. Tell him that human beings also have an "off switch", and then perform a Vulcan Nerve Pinch on him. Announce to the arbiter: "Something about cutting Pinocchio's strings, again?"

Playing space Diogenes in the stuffy, no fun allowed TNG era Federation would be a thing of beauty indeed.


6e917f  No.22966

File: 9a556ab750f0f2b⋯.jpg (44.77 KB, 632x480, 79:60, Diogenes, fuck the polis.jpg)

>>22961

>Not using public masturbation and defecation to show how ridiculous the court procedure is

>Not pointing out that Data perfectly meets Platos definition of a man, and so does this plucked chicken

>Not spitting and pissing on the Arbiter when she asks you to take the proceedings seriously

Do you even cynic bro?


323457  No.23002

>>21195

I thought you wrote "jew reduction surgery"


d0a5d3  No.23028

>>23002

Meinneiger.jpg


3ea011  No.23029

File: ed08dc11cc44df7⋯.jpg (208.54 KB, 1824x1368, 4:3, jawbones-1.jpg)

File: b4cb3931292337e⋯.jpg (37.95 KB, 430x677, 430:677, jawbone.jpg)

>>23002

That's what Sirtis needs. But the jaw bone reduction is actually a big thing in worst korea.


15d7dd  No.23030

>>23029

chinese apothecary.jpg


ec4e89  No.23032

>>23029

Every time I think the fucking gooks couldn't possibly be more disgusting and inhuman, they surprise me.


a35ce6  No.23046

File: 35793036a16491c⋯.jpg (348 KB, 1824x1368, 4:3, 3453.jpg)

Mother of …


22222b  No.23047

File: e1ea2bf888c7b27⋯.jpg (18.41 KB, 485x269, 485:269, main-qimg-458aa5830747f1db….jpg)

File: c6010dd5f928674⋯.jpg (57.59 KB, 712x757, 712:757, 1da27b83b662d1cc35b13c9935….jpg)

File: 4540265a10e8ac0⋯.jpg (27.68 KB, 634x383, 634:383, article-2610231-1D421C2100….jpg)

File: 4559fd50bf5546d⋯.jpg (28.39 KB, 634x416, 317:208, article-2610231-1D421C1000….jpg)

>>23046

Have you seen korean women? Lantern jawed women are very common in korea.


ef9205  No.23048

>>23047

I always feel sorry for the men who end up marrying and having kids with these women. Those big chin genes ain't gonna disappear and it must be a shock to see you daughter pop out with a chin that would put Robert Z'Dar to shame.


15d7dd  No.23055

File: b54f7d9dd5b36b6⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 55.64 KB, 540x720, 3:4, some of you are alright do….jpg)

>>23047

1st pic is a godamn cosmetic surgery miracle if it's not photoshopped. 3rd before pic is, I'll go ahead and say it. I've seen worse in 3dpd real life, if she's got a nice personality I would not kick her out of bed for eating crackers as the saying goes.

>>21477

>OR HOLO WAIFU

I know that's you Riker, I can hear your muttering "muh minuet" echoing through the duranium walls during 3rd shift. For fuck sakes either get over your it or get over your hypocrisy. I'm totally not Barclay.


22222b  No.23066

>>23055

>rd before pic is, I'll go ahead and say it. I've seen worse in 3dpd real life, if she's got a nice personality I would not kick her out of bed for eating crackers as the saying goes.

You'll get no argument from me.


62931e  No.23090

>>23048

the odd thing is the big chin thing doesn't seem to be as prevalent in North Korea (or they're just hiding them), suggesting there's some environmental or dietary element to it besides just genes.


ee730f  No.23092

File: e47b06ed2c4d329⋯.png (563.89 KB, 500x281, 500:281, 3853735-500-281.png)

Alright, thread has been derailed enough

——————NEW CONUNDRUM——————

Imagine being the captain of Starfleets flagship. Your ego is as big as a M-class planet. During your voyages you encounter an omnipotent being that wants to have some friendly banter with you. Is it correct to risk the annihilation of the human race just to keep the moral high ground and your big dick image?


8bc215  No.23093

File: 06b9ad6af6d3b97⋯.webm (1.92 MB, 320x240, 4:3, We're just_friends, Q, no….webm)

>>23092

Can you do so by fugging it?


ee730f  No.23094

>>23093

what episode is that from?


ee730f  No.23095

>>23093

and why is he pulling up the blanket like he has tits?


6e917f  No.23096

>>23093

>Can you do so by fugging it?

You're not Kirk, so no.


3bfbc1  No.23113

>>23092

Technically the answer is: "no".

However, there is no practical way that someone would end up captain of a Starfleet flagship without being a retarded, narcissistic, shoot-from-the-hip chad cowboy that doesn't give a fuck about anyone else, so the actual answer is: "it will happen anyway".


3203c5  No.23119

>>23092

Hey, at least he didn’t do anything stupid like chimp out and punch him.


2dd769  No.23124

>>23094

>>23095

Tapestry, the episode in which Picard gets stabbed in his mecha heart, and Q puts him in an alternate reality where he never lost his original heart.


251675  No.23240

>>23124

That episode was on BBC America last night. I forgot what a pussyslayer Picard used to be.


51635f  No.23435

>>23240

His youthful Swole years


779543  No.23508

File: 4135a7c589181e1⋯.jpg (28.69 KB, 240x320, 3:4, borgwaifu.jpg)

————-NEW CONUNDRUM————

>So you got yourself a cute Borg girlfriend.

>You make out with her in the turbolift when suddenly commander Riker steps in.

>"Lol, you're gay, ensign. You just made out with a million dudes. That makes you the biggest faggot on this ship"

>"Yeah, but I also made out with a million chicks." you reply. "That makes me the top Chad of this vessel."

Who's in the right?


24b4c0  No.23510

>>23508

This is painfully stupid. You have genuinely shamed your entire family with this retarded bullshit. You are a verified cocksucker even on the level of the soul. Fuck you.


20e8ff  No.23511

>>23508

Son I am going to ASSimilate your behind. Drop your pants.


bbc571  No.23512

File: 7c7906143ae51b0⋯.gif (409.72 KB, 1054x1420, 527:710, seven-checks.gif)


2ea6a0  No.23513

>>23510

No, Worf.


3bfbc1  No.23527

>>23508

If she's disconnected from the Collective (which one would presume) then it's only her. Besides, the Borg isn't at all a true Hive Mind. It's more like every drone has an instantaneous and very high bandwidth connection to a massive cloud storage with constant real-time upload/download.

Then again, if you want to ask whether possessing the entire memory and personality matrix of another person means you ARE that person… we're outside the realm of sci-fi and squarely in philosophy.


2ea6a0  No.23540

>>23527

No, she's connected.

>Then again, if you want to ask whether possessing the entire memory and personality matrix of another person means you ARE that person… we're outside the realm of sci-fi and squarely in philosophy.

A key question here is can you distinguish the memories between yours and the ones of others? I think if you can't distinguish them you aren't yourself anymore. This would also mean that every borg is the same.


6e917f  No.23541

>>23540

>you aren't yourself anymore.

>This would also mean that every borg is the same.

Isn't that entirely the point of the collective? Every individual drone is basically just a body for the personality of the collective to use.


2ea6a0  No.23542

>>23541

But do the Borg work this way? Why do Borg queens exist then?

Also I think Riker is wrong. He's just salty that he has nobody to fool around with. He's acting like the resident Chad but how many women did he actually mount in all those episodes. I wouldn't be surprised if some pity sex from Troi is everything he ever got.


3db4aa  No.23545

>>23542

>But do the Borg work this way?

Yes. Even when she lost her connection to the Borg Seven asked Janeway to "Restore this drone to the Collective." Not "me," but "this drone."

>Why do Borg queens exist then?

Because the writers for First Contact are retarded and think the Borg are just ants in space. The Queen should be ignored whenever possible.


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3bfbc1  No.23588

>>23540

I'm sure they can distinguish the memories, but it depends. At one point (might have been several; I don't remember) Seven literally went full multiple-personality-disorder with the various people that she'd personally assimilated.

>>23545

>"Restore this drone to the Collective."

One doesn't need a true hive-mind to speak like that, only to be thoroughly brainwashed.


cf4fc4  No.24171

>>23029

>>23046

>>23047

Christ you could land aircraft on those jaws.


5395c4  No.28970

>>23047

Jay Leno built a time machine, went back to ancient Korea and fucked a shit ton of women.


b7a98e  No.28972

>>23588

>One doesn't need a true hive-mind to speak like that, only to be thoroughly brainwashed.

Effect is basically the same either way, no? whether it's a hivemind by public school turned up to 11 or through technology, the point is that the Borg act as a complete collective.


ad6d8d  No.29045

>>23508

>still believing the collective consciousness meme

CC doesn't exist: the Borg are just using a galactic version of the internet.

In this particular case, they would be experiencing your fucking through a very realistic youtube.


a1bc28  No.29046

>>29045

From what Hugh said, the collective is voices in your head. I would say the effect is to have everybody's thoughts in your head, and you aren't sure which ones were generated by you.

>>23508

The borg gf would ultimately represent the entire collective, so if you have a borg gf at that point it would ultimately be the borg queen.


55cbb4  No.29059

>>29045

Everyone is so quick to forget the borg queen and her ability to dominate the wills of the drones. There is no question, it's a top down control mental control scheme. Not a suggestion matrix, not "internet", a top-down control system (or brainwashing system, if you like).


66384b  No.29100

>>29059

>her ability to dominate the wills of the drones

Unimatrix Zero begs to differ.


8bc215  No.29109

>>29059

>Everyone is so quick to forget the borg queen

There's a very good reason for that, the Borg queen is trash.


f14efb  No.29110

>>29100

Unimatrix 0 is an aberration.


551693  No.29121

Reminder, Voyager is just a holodeck simulation meant to push sane Vulcans to the breaking point.


3acff2  No.30913

File: 98c6c4b70b75fee⋯.jpg (85.57 KB, 600x300, 2:1, Pakleds.jpg)

——————NEW CONUNDRUM——————

>borderline retards from some backwater planet con you out of your chief engineer

>you somehow get him back

>you simply fly away like nothing happened

>they live to con the next sucker

Was Riker right to not destroy them? I don't think so. Sure the Enterprise was in no danger but a lesser developed civilization with a weaker ship might not be so lucky. Tho the Pakled aren't criminal savants they show a high level of criminal energy and ruthlessness. Letting them off the hook is like not covering a hole just because you are so fat that you can't fall in it.

Good example why Riker is not captain material.


b16c67  No.30918

File: 9219dc622be0778⋯.jpg (21.18 KB, 376x365, 376:365, Thinking.jpg)

>>30913

>Getting conned by dumbasses

Yeah, if it does happen to you, then it's well deserved. Worf knew not to trust them.


77909d  No.30920

>>30913

>>they live to con the next sucker

They're not conning anybody unless they find a captain as dumb as Riker


a35ce6  No.30952

>>30920

I have the feeling there are more than enough starfleet captains who would fall for this trick.




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