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27th Feb 2015, 17:40

27th Feb 2015, 17:43
Live Long and Prosper. LL&P.

27th Feb 2015, 17:50
"Needs of the many, outweigh the needs of the one."


27th Feb 2015, 17:52
This is one time when I suspect that not too many people are going to be asking "who"?

Wan Wei Luke
27th Feb 2015, 17:58
Spock dies at 83

That's not logical... :sad:

27th Feb 2015, 18:39
I have to confess Wrath of Khan is one of my secret vices. I can watch it again and again and know it off almost by heart. The bit when Spock sacrifices himself to save the Enterprise still makes me gulp back a tear.

Mrs BwsBoy

27th Feb 2015, 20:14
The bit when Spock sacrifices himself to save the Enterprise still makes me gulp back a tear.

Watch Star Trek - Into Darkness. New cast, same characters, but a different twist on this specific event.

27th Feb 2015, 20:17
Wonder if his dying words were "beam me up Scotty" :O

27th Feb 2015, 21:15
His voice, his face, his gravitas were things that made him somewhat unique within the acting community. There weren't many like him. RIP


27th Feb 2015, 21:22
He can't be dead. He's a Vulcan. They live for ever.

27th Feb 2015, 21:36
A marvellous, unforgettable actor.
Loved his reading of Desiderata.

"Go placidly"...

27th Feb 2015, 21:49
Very sad news.
Rest In Peace Mr Spock.



27th Feb 2015, 22:20
Leonard Nimoy.....Anagram.....I'm only a drone.

27th Feb 2015, 22:21
Mmmm, fascinating! (arched eyebrow)

27th Feb 2015, 23:45
"It's life Jim, but not as we know it."

28th Feb 2015, 05:29
Leonard Nimoy explains the origin of the Vulkan greeting.


28th Feb 2015, 10:00

He will be missed. Even his voice in Civilization 4 made advancing to new technologies even better.
Guess there will be no more old Spock in any upcoming Star Trek franchise :(

28th Feb 2015, 12:23
I remember Mr Nimoy in the smash hit series called "In Search of...". Don't know if it preceded the Trek shows, never really was a fan of those, I mean, who could take grown men wearing latex on their heads seriously.

FWIW of those Trek shows it seems the formula was a horny Captain Kirk always getting the girl, but there was one episode I remember where Mr Spock scored himself and what an absolute beauty she was......the only logical explanation of course - Huba huba huba.

RIP Leonard, hope your new journey is yet another adventure.

28th Feb 2015, 15:19
I'm not sure if it's just me, but I have some difficulty with the Vulcan hand-sign. It "\ \\ //" doesn't come naturally:


When I try it quickly, I just get "\ \\ ! /"
And if I try to move my little "pinky" finger towards my ring finger, I get "\ !!!!"

It's only when I do it in 3 stages, beginning with "\ \ ! / /"
followed by moving my ring finger towards the pinky "\ \ ! //"
do I finally achieve the desired "\ \\ //"

Presumably, in a real-life situation, this would have taken so long that the alien life-forms that I'd intended to communicate my most friendly intentions to, would have already vaporised me.



28th Feb 2015, 19:16
A thespian who was, I dare say, adequately recompensed for his efforts has become terminally time-expired and grown men on here mourn for him?

28th Feb 2015, 20:31
No, We mourn for ourselves. :(

tony draper
28th Feb 2015, 20:41
Lets face it our news channels are just part of showbiz now so naturally they go over the top a bit on the death of one of their own.

Flying Binghi
28th Feb 2015, 21:20
Heh, far as ah know ol Spocky never got any voice over work for the current global warming spruikers. Wonder why... perhaps the climate hysterics dont want yer to know about the global cooling panick they were pushing back in the 70's..:hmm:

(donning Spockys voice) THE COMING ICE AGE scientists believe after 30 years of global cooling that a new ice age is imminent...


1st Mar 2015, 02:02
You have to hand it to a program from the sixties, flip top mobile phones and hardware stuck in the ears like a modern day taxi driver, who thought of all that then!!

1st Mar 2015, 06:13
Dont forget, they even had 60's versions of Ipads; especially on Star Trek TNG.

Um... lifting...
1st Mar 2015, 06:53
You have to hand it to a program from the sixties, flip top mobile phones and hardware stuck in the ears like a modern day taxi driver, who thought of all that then!!

You had to ask.


Buster Hyman
1st Mar 2015, 10:44
Farewell Spock.


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2nd Mar 2015, 10:16
William Shatner cannot attend friend Leonard Nimoy's funeral (http://www.msn.com/en-gb/entertainment/story/william-shatner-cannot-attend-friend-leonard-nimoys-funeral/ar-BBi6d3g?ocid=AARDHP)

2nd Mar 2015, 12:19
He was also a pretty decent photographer. Some, perhaps, NSFW if you're employed by puritans, but all beautifully captured.