Star Trek's Scotty Gets A Star on the Walk of Fame

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I used to be a trekie. Then Dell put an end to it. Computers. :wah: :wah: :-5
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Beam me up Scotty

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Mars wrote: I still love the old Star Trek stuff. :D

And the Star Trek movies I can watch time and time again.

I wonder why Kirk and Spock were not there. They should have been! :thinking:


I agree! It feels a bit like a slap in the face. And it's about d*** time James Doohan got recognition!! He's Canadian, btw. ;) :D



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posted by miwsher

I agree! It feels a bit like a slap in the face. And it's about d*** time James Doohan got recognition!! He's Canadian, btw.


Saw him when he was in edinburgh for a star trek exhibition, didn't half get some stick for his accent. What's wrong with being a trekkie, it's not like playing golf or something is it?
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Warsai wrote: Yeah, so did I, but I guess you grow out of it after a while.No you don't :p
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