Picard \verb\ pɪkɑ́rd
1. to demonstrate, via logic and rational thought, the moral and ethical invalidity of a bigoted, ignorant, divisive, insulting, derogatory, persecutory, discriminatory, exclusionary, racist, sexist, heterosexist, religio-phobic, homophobic or any other position, expression, delineation, demarcation, publication, verbalisation, assertion and proliferation of statements whose purpose is to vilify or perpetuate oppression and unequal treatment of others' exercise of individual civil and political liberties, economic, social, and cultural rights.
I am going to Picard those bigoted, homophobic, bible-thumping, Christian fundamentalists from the Westboro Baptist Church, for protesting in front of and celebrating the deaths of uniformed soldiers who died in service to protect their right to be bigoted, homophobic, bible-thumping, Christian fundamentalists.
I just Picarded a conservative MP for vilifying the LGBTQIA community and voting down the same-sex marriage bill, after being caught on camera paying 10 grand for a giant weekend long orgy.
February 20, 2014