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James Doohan R.I.P.

By ITgirli ·
I cannot believe this hasn't been addressed yet.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050720/ap_on_en_tv/obit_doohan;_ylt=Ar2FI.P9iDYUXcVvwwrvs_us0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA3b2NibDltBHNlYwM3MTY-

And you call yourselves geeks. a shame.

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Tremendously regular guy!

I met Jim Doohan at a San Diego Star Trek/ComicsCon in a relatively small session. He was classy, he was involved, he was delighted to be there (unlike certain spokes-toupees for Priceline.com)! He knew that Star Trek had imprinted his life and he really was living it up. I'm sure that up to the end, he enjoyed his life as much as he could.

If we all could be so blessed.

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Yes

by jbaker In reply to Tremendously regular guy!

He was always classy and wonderful to the fans. The only other that is almost as good as him is George Takei (Sulu). Shatner is/was an *** most of the time, and I have never had the cahnce to see Nimoy. Then there are some of the newer actors...'Q' (John de Lancie) is a prick.

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about Q

by BHunsinger In reply to Yes

be kind he might just be staying in character.

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His books

by BHunsinger In reply to Tremendously regular guy!

He has three Sci fi books at Bean with S. M. Stirling. First one is called The Rising. A decent read. In the intro, it talks about Rodenberry writing Scotty based on Doolan. I always thought his appearance on ST enterprise was the coolest.

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