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Old April 12 2013, 07:22 PM   #1
Captain Nebula
Lieutenant Commander
Who is your favorite 'transporter malfunction' game?

Throughout life, we encounter people that remind us of someone else in life. Every rare once in a while, we see someone that reminds us of more than one person.

Could they be the result of a transporter malfunction?

Much like when Tuvok and Neelix merged in the Voyager episode Tuvix. The result of a transporter problem or malfunction. Two people merged into one.

A couple of weeks ago I found a picture of Victoria Secret model Doutzen Kroes:

I think she looks like a transporter malfunction between Denise Richards, Kate Upton, and a little bit of Elisabeth Banks.

I can see all three women in her face.

What do you think?

And who is your favorite transporter malfunction?
In space, no one can hear you Die Hard.

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Old April 12 2013, 10:04 PM   #2
Captain Nebula
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Re: Who is your favorite 'transporter malfunction' game?

I know you were all sad about Tuvix, but what? Too soon?

In space, no one can hear you Die Hard.
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