Andromedus

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  1. Hi All, Once I borged a person who had asked for full body cybernetic augmentation. The borg then got security and I was put into perma with the crime of murder. I spent at least half an hour talking with IAA's and the Warden and the HoS about this. They were all very confused and had not had a case like that before. I argued that by definition borging someone is technically full body augmentation, however, they still called it murder because to borg someone they have to die during the procedure. My question is: Is borging someone who wanted full body augmentation a crime, and if so what is a decent punishment for it? Andromedus Rodrigo Jackson - Human, has a trouble with authority and works in most departments.
  2. I have no coding experience, so I can't do it; but I definitely support both ideas. Though maybe have the cooldown on the supply shuttle console only on the one outside? Or have the timer toggle-able by anyone with a cargo-tech or quartermaster ID.
  3. What if there was a special type of body armour in the armoury that had the camera but with less protection than body armour? It would be limited to two suits like the other suits in the armoury,
  4. Four. Quick, someone [who is not an admin] say five!
  5. If I put down all the numbers one of them should be the next one, right? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
  6. 12, a dozen. As stated under ten, one of my favourites as an alternative to base ten. The number of months in a year. The number of hours on an analog clock. The number of signs on the zodiac. The largest number with just one syllable. I am sorry I don't have twelve facts.
  7. Ten, the base of our system. Can only be divided into two and five (as well as itself and one). I much prefer base 6 or 12 as the first can be divided by 2 and 3; and the second by, 2, 3, 4, and 6. Both of which are much easier to divide by and with than ten. Also the third triangle number (or fourth if you count one).
  8. 4 is the first non-prime number. With the exception of one which is a special case. That makes it one of my favourite numbers.
  9. And this makes three tens. 30! Is this the highest this thread has ever gotten?
  10. Either that or a stun baton and eight security officers escorting him.