Oh, Trevor!

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Was it as good for you as it was for me?

-- eskimonkey (eskimonkey@hotmail.com), February 11, 2001


I've always thought the sacrifice of one's personal time in the interest of science to be a noble gesture.

-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo9@cs.com), January 14, 2004.

Amazing resemblence... wow.

-- Matthew Rebholz (matrebholz@yahoo.com), February 11, 2001.

Interesting. Thanatophobia exactly. Wonder if the Dr. said, 'you were sensational!' afterwards.

-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo@aol.com), February 11, 2001.

He revved her up. He used his tool. He positioned the electrode. Am I missing any?

-- Frosty the Snow Chick (mbkrooks@bellsouth.net), February 14, 2001.

Trevor Goodchild is stupid.I wonder why Aeon likes him.Uni is my favorite character.

-- Serena (Serena32423@aol.com), February 16, 2001.

Hmmmm, Uni is your favorite character...Tell me, what do you think of the relationship between Aeon and Una, personally, I think Una reacted pretty much as anyone would, Aeon's pretty heady stuff, if you've really got your head screwed on straight. (Taking it that Uni is a misprint)?

-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo@aol.com), February 16, 2001.

But Serena, how could you say Trevor is stupid? He's a genius.

-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo@aol.com), February 16, 2001.

Serena, what are you thinking? Trevor stupid? Gee let me think no. Heh i LOVE Trevor, but Aeon is after all my favorite character, but without trevor where would the lovely Aeon be? he's fantastic. :O)

-- Lady Morgan (AeonFluxFan1@aol.com), February 16, 2001.

Fantastic? Are you kidding, he's sensational!

-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo@aol.com), February 16, 2001.

Gee I guess I'm obsolete. How long before the medical jornals report that orgasm patients start to scream "I hate it! I Hate it!"? Well I hope its soon. People have bonded with technology enough I would be quite disapointed in the world if people started getting it on with machines. People can fuck anything why oh why would you fuck a machine. Although it was by mistake I can assure you the next time it won't be.

-- Rick Mercier (nadar@BigPoppaPump.zzn.com), February 20, 2001.

Machines don't ask for dinner and a movie beforehand.

-- Frosty the Snow Chick (mbkrooks@bellsouth.net), February 21, 2001.

You realise it's only a matter of time before we stumble across a site about women who get off on sticking Bomb Pops in their navels.

-- Frosty the Snow Chick (mbkrooks@bellsouth.net), February 28, 2001.

Wow. Thanks, Eskimonkey. This really blew me away. When we were writing the Thanatophobia script, there were a few doubts from folks that spinal nerve stimulation could be anything but painful. Of course, originally, the idea was mostly a way of getting sex into the show while skirting the censors. I tend to figure that the prohibition against explicit sex in film and T.V. is due to the laws against prostitution. Paid actors performing real sex become, by definition, prostitutes. But what is the principle prohibiting animated sex, I wonder? In any case, I'd prefer the metaphorical solutions we employed even if the taboos were lifted.

-- Peter Chung (pkchung@attglobal.net), March 20, 2001.

I tend to agree with you... the metaphor seems far more interesting.

-- Matthew Rebholz (matrebholz@yahoo.com), March 20, 2001.

Just HAD to follow this up. It's been a while but I'm guessing this is the same invention. They're calling it Orgasmatron! XD


-- Inu (paul@nadisrec.com), January 13, 2004.

Let's try that again...

-- Inu (paul@nadisrec.com), January 13, 2004.

Bad Inu, no biscuit.

the real deal

-- Inu (paul@nadisrec.com), January 13, 2004.

Hell with it... This is the one I meant to link to, I'm sure...

-- Inu (paul@nadisrec.com), January 13, 2004.

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