Even in Star Trek Online they’re holding memorials for Mr. Nimoy. On Vulcan. There were a few people who had been there for several hours, too, reminiscing over his work in and out of Star Trek. It’s all so sad to have lost yet another iconic actor of our time. 

As Tasha Yar had said in her own memorial recording, “Death is that state in which one exists only in the memories of others which is why it is not an end. No goodbyes…just good memories.” Those words ring just as true now as they did then. 

You will truly be missed, Mr. Nimoy. Your wit and wisdom were an inspiration to us all. Live Long and Prosper.

Mavis sat alone in the library, her earphones in. Oblivious to everything, she sat, drawing bats all over her paper for her art project, using coal. Unfortunately, Mavis also a terrible singer. “CHOKE ME, SPANK ME, PULL MY HAIR!” she screamed rather than sang at the top of her lungs.




a mental condition of thinking that one has become a cat, usually manifest in the adoption of feline mannerisms and habits.

Etymology: from Ancient Greek γαλῆ (galê), contracted form of γαλέη (galéē, “a name given to various animals of the weasel kind”), +‎ -anthropy, from ἄνθρωπος (ánthrōpos, “human”).