I'll kick off with something that happened last evening; the timing of a law change amused me. The clown and bartender had been at each other's throats for the whole round, and accusations of theft, trespassing, vandalism and assault were being hurled around in both directions constantly, creating a rather convoluted and annoying situation for security and silicons. Both parties attempted to enlist borgs to their cause throughout the round, and as a borg I ended up switching allegiances repeatedly based on who appeared to be harming who at a given time. I was initially Asimov. At one point, I watched as the clown essentially dismantled the entire bar and spaced the bartender's vending machine. The bartender proceeded to shoot and then attack the clown, and I tased and cuffed the bartender who, of course, protested. I responded that I needed to prevent the bartender from causing human harm, and then started to drag the barkeep towards the brig. The clown followed us. When I was directly north of the bridge, notification of a law change appeared. The "Protect Station" module had been uploaded. I stopped to process this, and the clown caught up, shouting that the bartender had stolen her shoes. Presumably she thought that I had stopped so she could retrieve them. Little did she know that, given her destruction of the bar, she was no longer human, and needed to be destroyed for the good of the station. I quickly batoned her to death while she screamed that I was rogue, and then I uncuffed the stupefied bartender while apologizing and explaining that the bartender had not actually caused any human harm. I don't think she was sure what exactly to make of the situation, but she politely excused herself and got away from me as quickly as possible.