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4th Sep '16 6:41:01 PM NewVirginiaCreeper
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*** I don't think rank was the reason; they were off duty at the time and the senior staff are all personal friends and used to interacting on social occasions. It's just that Data was incapable of navigating when such a gag was appropriate and when it wasn't (just why he would think the emotion chip would make him any better at this is a mystery to me).
31st Aug '16 4:04:24 AM CrypticMirror
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** Probably the issue is this; Worf was in the table and was possible for him to fall at any moment, he was ready for that, and the "eliminate the table" thing is funny from the perspective of anticipation (they were expecting him to fall and we he thought he made it, he still falls), with Crusher, what does the rest saw? Well, they saw Data pushing the doctor agressively and we no reason. Yes, we as audicence saw the pun (her advise) but they don't, would you laugh if someone just randomly pushes a women with no other context? and not only that, she felt ''into'' Worf who was already climing back to the ship and make him fall too, again, thus causing random and unexplainned harm to ''two'' people.
** Because when something humiliating happens to a man, it's absolutely hilarious. When the same thing happens to a woman, it's an unacceptable act of sexism. It's called "gender parity".

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** Probably the issue is this; Worf was in the table and was possible for him to fall at any moment, he was ready for that, and the "eliminate the table" thing is funny from the perspective of anticipation (they were expecting him to fall and we he thought he made it, he still falls), with Crusher, what does the rest saw? Well, they saw Data pushing the doctor agressively aggressively and we no reason. Yes, we as audicence audience saw the pun (her advise) but they don't, would you laugh if someone just randomly pushes a women with no other context? and not only that, she felt ''into'' Worf who was already climing climbing back to the ship and make him fall too, again, thus causing random and unexplainned unexplained harm to ''two'' people.
** Because when something humiliating happens to a man, it's absolutely hilarious. When the same thing happens to a woman, it's an unacceptable act of sexism. It's called "gender parity".
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31st Aug '16 12:03:02 AM thespecialneedsgroup
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*** Even if you take gender completely out of the equation, however, Data still committed a major faux pas for a couple of reasons: First, Dr. Crusher holds an ancient and hallowed position aboard ''Enterprise''; and one ''does not'' pick on the ship's surgeon. Secondly, while Data is the ship's second officer, he's still a Lt. Commander, and a junior officer. '''''Mr.''''' Data was ''way'' out of line shoving '''''Commander''''' Crusher into the water.

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*** Even if you take gender completely out of the equation, however, Data still seems to have committed a major faux pas for a couple of reasons: First, Dr. Crusher holds an ancient and hallowed position aboard ''Enterprise''; and one ''does not'' pick on the ship's surgeon. Secondly, while Data is the ship's second officer, he's still a Lt. Commander, and a junior officer. '''''Mr.''''' Data was ''way'' out of line shoving '''''Commander''''' Crusher into the water.
30th Aug '16 11:59:31 PM thespecialneedsgroup
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*** Even if you take gender completely out of the equation, however, Data still committed a major faux pas for a couple of reasons: First, Dr. Crusher holds an ancient and hallowed position aboard ''Enterprise''; and one ''does not'' pick on the ship's surgeon. Secondly, while Lt. Commander Data is the ship's second officer, he's still a junior officer. '''''Mr.'''' Data was ''way'' out of line shoving '''''Commander''''' Crusher into the water.

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*** Even if you take gender completely out of the equation, however, Data still committed a major faux pas for a couple of reasons: First, Dr. Crusher holds an ancient and hallowed position aboard ''Enterprise''; and one ''does not'' pick on the ship's surgeon. Secondly, while Lt. Commander Data is the ship's second officer, he's still a Lt. Commander, and a junior officer. '''''Mr.'''' ''''' Data was ''way'' out of line shoving '''''Commander''''' Crusher into the water.
30th Aug '16 11:58:15 PM thespecialneedsgroup
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*** Even if you take gender completely out of the equation, however, Data still committed a major faux pas for a couple of reasons: First, Dr. Crusher holds an ancient and hallowed position aboard ''Enterprise''; and one ''does not'' pick on the ship's surgeon. Secondly, while Lt. Commander Data is the ship's second officer, he's still a junior officer. '''''Mr.'''' Data was ''way'' out of line shoving '''''Commander''''' Crusher into the water.
30th Aug '16 9:20:30 PM NewVirginiaCreeper
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*** It's more that Worf was in a situation where hazing is encouraged, while Crusher was just a bystander.
18th Aug '16 5:15:56 PM DevilMaster
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** Because when something humiliating happens to a man, it's absolutely hilarious. When the same thing happens to a woman, it's an unacceptable act of sexism. It's called "gender parity".
27th Jun '16 9:04:18 AM JiminysJournal
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**** Pretty much this. This, of course, could explain why there are Nexus echoes.
25th Jun '16 12:15:21 AM Luppercus
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** Probably the issue is this; Worf was in the table and was possible for him to fall at any moment, he was ready for that, and the "eliminate the table" thing is funny from the perspective of anticipation (they were expecting him to fall and we he thought he made it, he still falls), with Crusher, what does the rest saw? Well, they saw Data pushing the doctor agressively and we no reason. Yes, we as audicence saw the pun (her advise) but they don't, would you laugh if someone just randomly pushes a women with no other context? and not only that, she felt ''into'' Worf who was already climing back to the ship and make him fall too, again, thus causing random and unexplainned harm to ''two'' people.
9th Jun '16 7:13:56 AM NewVirginiaCreeper
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** Perhaps the bigger issue is the film's weird conflation of "experiences emotions" with "understands humour."
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