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do you think 7 of 9 shaved her legs?

Beershark

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Report this Feb. 28 2012, 2:30 pm

Quote: guillermo.mejía @ Feb. 28 2012, 9:08 am

Quote: Beershark @ Feb. 28 2012, 1:52 am

Quote: Suvak @ Feb. 22 2012, 1:48 pm

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>It is assumed that by "shaved" you mean removed hair whether with a razor or not, since one can shave without use of a razor even today. One can also permanently suppress hair growth with a one time lasic procedure.  This may be the norm in that time period.

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How does one shave without a razor? There are alternitive hair removal techniques, but shaving is shaving, whether you use a straight razor, safety razor, electric razor or disposable razor, it still requires a razor.

Why can't the 24th Century have developed a special low intensity laser that removes hair without dameging the skin?


No one said they couldn't, wouldn't didn't. but it would be lazering, not shaving. The question was about shaving.


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Report this Feb. 28 2012, 2:35 pm

from a borg point of view, eyelashes and eyebrows do have a function (to protect the eye from dust comming from charred redshirts that invaded the cube, for a former borg that is as obsessed with efficiency as she is, hair on other body parts is at best a waste of resources, you need proteins and energy to make it grow.


The basic function of keeping an animal warm is supressed by clothing and regulated temperature, so my bet is she had it inhibited (and possibly the hairdo was just a tupe or something like that, in order not to look like Picard)

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Report this Feb. 29 2012, 4:34 pm

If you remember the episode where seven is freed from the borg, the Doctor mentions that he took the liberty of stimulating her hair folicles, which for the doctor was a "vicarious" experience.  I'm wondering if he stimulated the folicles on other parts of her body?  Suppose you are a star trek script writer and you have to address this issue in a Voyager movie (for some reason).  How would it come up, and how would you address it?  Here's what i think.  The Voy crew is on an extended away mission to gather resources.  There is a dampening field on the planet, so they can't use their technology.  They have to rough it.  A female crew member mentions that she hasn't shaved her legs in a week and is beginning to feel like a Yeti.  The female crew members are joking around and then somebody turns to seven and says, well what do you think?  What's seven's response?

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Report this Mar. 04 2012, 10:25 am

She would stiffen her spine, cock her head and say, "Complaining about personal hygeine will not get the mission completed. The sooner we are done, the sooner you can get back to Voyager and attend to such matters."


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Report this Mar. 04 2012, 10:25 am

She would stiffen her spine, cock her head and say, "Complaining about personal hygeine will not get the mission completed. The sooner we are done, the sooner you can get back to Voyager and attend to such matters."


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Report this May. 23 2012, 2:24 pm

Well, hair is made up of dead blood cells i believe, like snot.


and Hair supposedly is there to protect the skin


why shave? but then Seven of Nine, might have hairy pits too.


(it takes a fourteen year old girl to say that, oh my... Lol)


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