I'm a little teapot


#1

Short and stout


#2

Here is my handle
Here is my, uh, “beautiful tulip”


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#3

When I get all steamed up, hear me shout


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#4

just tip me over and pour me out!


#5

just tip me over and pour me out!


#6

I’m a clever teapot, yes, it’s true


#7

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#8

Polly put the kettle on.


#9

Earl Grey anyone?


#10

hot, please.

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#11

I’d think that since they know how to de-age a person (leaving memories intact) using the transporter, he’d rejuvenate himself to a younger biological age. The athleticism of a person in his mid-20s to 30s with the experience of whatever chronological age he is.


#12

Jean-Luc is wise enough to know the moral problem that would present. He knows that if he did it it would become regular practice by those rich enough to afford transporters and these bourgeoisie would then further oppress the proletariat masses thus disintegrating the Federation’s fragile democracy.

Self sacrifice for the good of the Federation. All hail Picard!


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#14

Polly put the kettle on.


#15

Polly put the kettle on. (why don’t you wuv him anymore?)


#16

polly put the kettle on…


#17

The Federation has moved beyond money. Material needs do not exist in the 24th Century. Everyone is free to improve themselves. That is, there are no rich and no poor, everyone has access to transporters and replicators. Free rejuvenation for everyone!


#18

Prof. Tek,
Is that a spout or are you just happy to see us?


#19

We’ll all have tea.


#20

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