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Reviewer: pointyears Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 03/02/2015 1:47 PM Title: Boldly Go

absolutely loved this. What a beautiful and amazing tribute. Thank you so much for this!



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<3 Thank you so much for reading and leaving such a lovely review. It really means alot to me. Live Long and Prosper friend!

Reviewer: macywinstar Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 02/28/2015 12:47 PM Title: Boldly Go

There's a hole in the world.  I'm still have trouble believing that he's gone.  One of my favorite or perhaps one of the most powerful episodes was "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield."  The best quote of the episode was when Spock said:  "To expect sense from two mentalities with such extreme viewpoints is not logical."  Farewell Mr. Nimoy, safe travels.  Thank you C E M for sharing your love of Spock with us.



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A fantastic episode with some really incredible points from Spock. And that quote is fascinating... I really love that. <3 Thank you for sharing friend. May you Live Long and Prosper <3

Reviewer: SORAL179 Signed [Report This]
Date: 02/28/2015 7:50 AM Title: Boldly Go

Of all the clips that they could have chosen the BBCs opening clip as they announced Nimoy's passing was, "Please Captain not in front of the Klingons."  

I rediscovered my trek roots post 2009 having grown up with the first UK showing. It was also a time of self discovery and accepting my bi-identity. The Shekhina images and Nimoy's commentary connected with an experience of God that surprised me a realisation that the  Creator  could be  both male and female Leading to a rediscovery of inner faith.

So in  many ways Nimoy's life and works helped me to make sense of my own journey on this earth. 

Last year I travelled to Boston an impromptu trip to see Nimoy's photographs as held in a gallery. I had thought it odd to mount what appeared to be a retrospective. For me that trip was my goodbye. But at least I have the pictures I bought at that time which remind me of Nimoy's achievements.

I think that his biography should be called. "I am not JUST Spock." Nimoy was so much more. 

 



Author's Response:

Unfortunately I have not had access to the radio, a TV, and barely have access to the internet so I have no idea how the news channels are handeling/reporting his death. I only hope they are treating it with the grace and respect that he truly deserves. Thank you for sharing that.

In your experience I'm sure Spock really influenced and guided you... and I'm glad to hear it. 

And I bought his biography I Am Not Spock, and I ordered I Am Spock.... but I think your title is so much more fitting. Nimoy wasn't just Spock, but Spock was a big part of him. Hearing all the stories about him and his experiences on Star Trek... alot of his own heart and soul was poured into the character. <3 

Thank you for your response. I am grieving with you, <3 May you Live Long and Prosper friend.

Reviewer: SpirkTrekker42 Signed [Report This]
Date: 02/28/2015 5:27 AM Title: Boldly Go

That was really well written!

 I've always had trouble expressing my emotions and was a firm believer in science and logic, so I identified with Spock.  You felt for him.

I remember the Horta episode and Spock melds with the horta and you can tell he's in agony when he says 'PAIN'!  What a fantastic job done by Leonard.



Author's Response:

Thank you so much. That means alot to me because I too have difficulties expressing my emotions too. But Spock was an incredible character that could speak to so many different people. I am so glad to hear that he was able to reach you as well <3

That episode is one of my all time favourite episodes. And the agony that your talking about is so powerful coming from Spock.. you can even see the tears rushing down his cheeks. Such a powerful scene... such an amazing episode <3

Thank you for the read and review. It really means a lot to me <3 Live Long and Prosper my Friend!

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