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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 15:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Never a 'Trekkie', but definetely a 'Trekker', Scotty's diminishing health makes me sad, and feel very old. More so than Bones' passing a few years ago. Makes watching the old reruns even more difficult.

We can envision the scene of the ceremony, having seen Brian & Roger in Hwood a few years ago.


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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 17:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"Scotty's diminishing health makes me sad"

I doubt it if many of us will reach his age...

Yes i enjoy Star Trek (except DS9)but wouldn't consider my self as an obsessive fan.

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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 22:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yay for recognition on the Walk of Fame. Star Trek is awesome, although I'm not really a Trekkie.


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