Goodbye, Spock


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Oh, jesus. That’s a brutally beautiful juxtaposition.
And now I am crying again. >.<


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Those two pictures made me sadder than anything I’ve heard today.


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Last line of a poem in Nimoy’s second-to-last tweet:

“The miracle is this: the more we share the more we have.”


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One to beam up.


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Goodbye, Mr. Nimoy. And for you, now, the mystery.


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“By Grabthar’s hammer, by the suns of Warvan, you shall be avenged.”

One of my favorite Spock scenes. I don’t give a damn that they re-used footage from ST:TMP. To this day, “We are clear and free to navigate” is a benediction in my circles.


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RIP, Leonard…


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“It is a reminder to me that all things end”

Goodbye Spock. We’ll join you in time.


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That picture is both beautiful and terribly sad. A true reminder that all things end.


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My friend Steve had this to say: “Don’t worry, it’s only temporary. Spock won’t be born for another ~215 years.”


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Gene Roddenberry - “In the 24th century there will be no hunger, there will be no greed, and all the children will know how to read.”

Leonard Nimoy was a part of that.


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He was one of those figures from my childhood I gained an even deeper appreciation for as I grew older.

He was not always a logical fellow, and I never did care for his music other than just how ‘fun’ It sounded to make. However the guy had a full rich life.

Now only Shatner remains of the trinity.

Sod it, going to go watch star trek now.


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Thank you for posting that great picture, I’ve made an edit I think you might appreciate.


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I like to think most people who were into the original Star Trek were first-and-foremost Spock fans.


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Lovely!