Message from discussion Data vs. C3P0
From: Aron Kerkhof <ar...@-spamerific-galactec.com>
Subject: Re: Data vs. C3P0
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On Tue, 25 Apr 2000 22:03:27 -0600, "Atomik Chicken"
>Aron Kerkhof <ar...@-spamerific-galactec.com> wrote in message
>> He is clearly not bulletproof. Even arrows can penetrate his body
>> quite easily. However, his internal vitals appear to be either well
>> armored, or small and spaced out.
>> Aron Kerkhof
>His outer layer is most likely softer material designed to imitate human
>skin (except for the color, unless Data was meant to look like someone with
>kidney failer : ] ), while the subdermal stuff was probably much tougher
>(which would make some sense, as Data's frame would have to be very strong).
>Chewy on the outside, tough in the center : )
I just saw the Robin Hood Q episode last night, which is why it was
fresh in my mind. The arrow penetrated around six inches into data's
chest. Obviously it didn't hurt him. I was just pointing out that
he is not bullet proof.