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Old September 25 2012, 05:52 PM   #61
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Re: Kate Mulgrew's decision to not have a romance

Janeway wasn't only just a lesbian in the killing game.

I think Doctor Who said it best...

"France! ...It's a different planet"
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Old September 25 2012, 11:19 PM   #62
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I don't think the Hirogen were thinking about sex within the holographic simulation of WW2 at all, they were all about the glorious "Hunt". So no, I don't think there was any actual pimping or copulation going on. Even B'Elanna's pragnancy was only a simulation to inhance the hunt. It isn't called "Killing Game" for nothing.
But they've got all the WWII info out of VOY's databanks.. surely there's more sociological tidbits in it than Neelix having baguettes.
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Old September 25 2012, 11:26 PM   #63
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Klingon baguettes?

I'm trying to imagine a klingon baker?

"MY BREAD RAISES FASTER THAN YOUR BREAD!"

Besides does it really count as baking when the pastries and bread are 92 percent meat and other animal biproducts?

Yes, yes, meat can be baked and pies and sausage rolls, etc etc...
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Old September 25 2012, 11:33 PM   #64
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I doubt Klingons eat frail stuffs like bread. Any grain products would only serve to hold the meat together.

But if the holoprogram has baguettes, singing, pregnancy and the desert peach then it must surely have sex as an accompaniment to those things.

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Old September 25 2012, 11:44 PM   #65
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They were running two scenarios at the same time.

In the beginning, Neelix was with the Klingons, not the French. By the time he got to France his original personality had been restored and the battle was all but won.

In all possibility Neelix might have eaten some of Voyagers crew or Hirogen after victory in battle before he came to his senses, if not waged an impregnation rampage to calm his surplus bloodlust after the action is done.
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Old September 26 2012, 12:15 AM   #66
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How many Voyager crew actually died? Since there were no female hirogen any post heart eating rampages Neelix went on would have had lasting repercussions for his relationship with the crew, unless he stuck to holograms.
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Old September 26 2012, 12:58 AM   #67
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Russian roulette with a Talaxian penis?

There are plenty of NPCs but it's a double blind, no one knew they were fake or anyone else was fake, although we're sure the doctor would have maintained any contraceptive regimes unless some of the crew preferred against contraceptive for some perhaps moral or religious reasons... Oh and half the crew was confined to quarters, probably including Naomi.

We saw one (might have been two?) crewmen pronounced in the sickbay where the doctor pulled a sheet over their face because it was time to give up, and how can we be sure that we didn't see any female Hirogen? The differences between genders might be too slight for a human being to notice... Although one of the Alphas did make a sexist remark to Janeway, so maybe it was just as big a boys club as it seemed.

Although if the problem was that the Hirogen were too busy hunting that they forgot to breed, what sort of shit poor practice run was this that they didn't have any girls on board to help with the whole saving the species prospect?

"Couldn't arrange an orgy in a brothel"
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Old September 26 2012, 04:32 AM   #68
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In Hunters they say that great trophies make the men envy the one who obtained it and the women pursue him. I think it's a safe bet that part of their dying out problem is that the men only come back to hub ships or whatever when they have something to show for it, to gain female attention. We never heard any female pronouns.

I bet the women sit around talking about their male's hot trophies.

This reminds me the other day I was at a train station and two teenage girls were next to me talking and this was their literal conversation:

Girl 1: OMG did you see him, he is soooo hot.

Girl 2: And his car is amazing!

Girl 1: I love his car! He looks soooo hot in it!

The lizard brain.
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Old September 26 2012, 04:42 AM   #69
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But the bigger, expensive, faster and shinier a car is, the smaller and more impotent the driver's penis is.

When a guy spends 7 grand on the sound system for his 700 dollar car you know he's an asshole.

Pschological car rooted issues for women, is all about what they name their car.
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Old September 26 2012, 04:44 AM   #70
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And then you have geeks with their hard drives.
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Old September 26 2012, 04:47 AM   #71
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Hard drives full of porn.

Real women are surplus to requirement.
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Old September 26 2012, 11:02 PM   #72
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OMG my power is finally back on. I've been sitting in the dark watching random episodes of Babylon 5 on my laptop before the battery died, drinking sherry and eating crackers under a blanket. It's been just like the blitz in London. I don't even like sherry, I've had this bottle for four years but sometimes it is atmospheric to drink it.

12 hours without the internet, I wanted to die.

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Anyway. She was wearing a tux in the Killing Game, I am sure the only person she was having sex with was her beautiful money counting accomplice of the silver evening dress. Now maybe she was pimping her out as well.. but I doubt it. I think she had more ornamental value to the venue as the Madame's mistress.
If she was thinking that... it was ONLY because a certain American Captain had yet to 'enter the city'.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SsRM...ailpage#t=239s

CAPTAIN MILLER/CHAKOTAY: You're a gung ho kind of gal, aren't ya?
JANEWAY/KATRINE: Does that bother you?
CAPTAIN MILLER/CHAKOTAY: Nope. Just not used to it, that's all. The girls back home are a little different.
JANEWAY/KATRINE: I guess when it comes to my people's safety, this girl tends to get a little gung ho.

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Old September 26 2012, 11:17 PM   #73
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Oh JRulez I loved that exchange. It was just so.. AU fic, Same personalities, same dynamic between them, it was adorable. Janeway the pushing forward leader, Chakotay in awe of her following along behind..
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Old September 27 2012, 12:44 AM   #74
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Oh JRulez I loved that exchange. It was just so.. AU fic, Same personalities, same dynamic between them, it was adorable. Janeway the pushing forward leader, Chakotay in awe of her following along behind..

Don't you mean...

Janeway the pushing forward leader...

Chakotay in awe of her ... behind.

I could love that ep if only for

Janeway in white tux,



Janeway in the black turtleneck ,




esp with the blazer...

http://static.thecia.com.au/star-tre...er/4/09b23.jpg

and Chakotay in Army greens...

http://home.earthlink.net/~captain17...ages/kjc17.jpg
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Old September 27 2012, 01:36 AM   #75
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How was B'Elanna's holographic belly attached? Was it fastened onto her, bonded to her flesh or was it just hovering there like a balloon with a contentious case of static cling?
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