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Dr Lazurus
Sat, Apr 7, 2018, 2:03am (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S4: The Host

So . . . It is ok to have sex with aliens who may not even have human-like sex organs, but not an alien with a worm brain? What would Dr Beverley had done if the worm was in Odan's pants? That's where it hangs out in a host body. If a Vulcan, Klingon, or Cardassian have their internal organs in different locations than humans, why would you assume their sex organs are in the same place, or look the same? I'm sure you've all seen tentacle sex in Anime hentai? Captain Kirk had no issues in hooking up with green slave girls. That would be as disturbing as having sex with a manatee or dolphin. Yeah they are mammals, but . . .

If I had a bad experience with an alien, I would be off of them for life. That would be far more disgusting than having sex with someone of the same gender. Seems like a lonely life on a Starship if you choose not to hookup with a member of the crew, or an alien maggot. That would make a five year mission seem like a lifetime.
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Dr Lazurus
Sat, Apr 7, 2018, 1:34am (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S4: First Contact

I never understood the policy of no interference/contact with Pre-Warp planets. The Enterprise does it all the time. They beam down to planets without any clue what kind of spacecraft that may have without giving it a single thought. Picard: Riker, beam down to planet XYZ and get us some dilithium crystals or some fresh apples. They help wayward aliens who need help, like the episode where the two planets barters goods because one planet was addicted to a drug the first planet supplied them. Their ship didn't have warp capability, and yet they didn't explode or become corrupted because the Enterprise crew spoke to them and solved their issues. So why sneak around and spy on the next planet because they were on the cusp of faster than light travel? All you hear is some mumble jumbo how it caused a war with the Klingons when the Federation beamed down to ask for a cup of sugar before they learned how to turbo charge their ships.

Had the Enterprise just beamed down and talked with the leaders, then Riker wouldn't had been injured and forced to have sex with Lilith.

If they want to play the no contact game, then don't bother a planet until you meet them when they are on vacation on Risa. You aren't a true warp planet until the citizens can afford to pay for trips to other galaxies and solar systems.
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Dr Lazurus
Sat, Apr 7, 2018, 12:25am (UTC -5)
Re: TNG S2: The Royale

I liked this episode. If I ever get a chance to travel among the stars, I'm bring a copy of Penthouse with me. An alien race is free to create a holodeck world for me by using the magazine as a template.

This is one of many Star Trek episodes that use the "book" cliche. Old Chicago, the Constitution, Nazi Germany, etc. Not sure if the episode about the Roman Gladiators was from a book. Thank god the Prime Directive finally discouraged a crew from living books laying about for impressionable aliens. You saw what happened with TV waves when the aliens in Galaxy Quest got hold of them.

Not even the death of the Astronaut shut down this simulation. It took 300 years to wait for a group of foreign investors to break the casino to do that.
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