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Call in tonite at 646-595-2579 for your Mr. Spock Star Trek memories, as we say rest in peace to Leonard Nimoy . Miss X's earliest tv memories include adults standing around watchin and talking about Spock on a star trek rerun. I was no more than 3 years old at the time! 3 years on the planet earth, and seeing other planets through Star Trek, Very surreal.
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss the life and legacy of Leonard Nimoy and the impact that Star Trek has had on their lives and the world. Now that the Leonard Nimoy era is over, we may ask:
Does Spock still matter?
Does he have anything to tell us about the future? (Or about the world we live in today?)
What would Spock have to say about the subjects typically discussed on The World Transformed?
To guide the discussion, our hosts refer to to the Top 10 Best Mr. Spock Quotes from Top-10-Best.com.
Late screen actor LEONARD NIMOY is lovingly remembered on The John Link Show. Best known for playing Mr. Spock, on television on Star Trek TOS & in the original Star Trek theatrical movies, the remarkable and multi-talented Leonard Nimoy did much more; and he was a true gentleman. Grindhouse moviemakers Edward X Young & Cameron Scott co-host this memorial tribute broadcast. Trekkie & Sci-fi producer of "The Soulless," Chiristopher Eilenstine & Star Trek authority, Michael Chartier, director/writer of "Trailer Heaven," share their memories. Expect an interplanetary visit from a very special surprise guest!
Witness Radio is the only show that doesn't care about ratings because our sole purpose is to save souls... on purpose! In this episode, we say goodbye to Leonard "Spock" Nimoy!
Long Road to Ruin is back from its holiday hiatus. Our special guest host this week is author of,"A Funeral Story goo.gl/2kNgeH " and guide through space...the final frontier, Jason Offutt. We'll be reviewing the Star Trek: The Spock Trilogy (2 - Wrath of Khan, 3 - The Search for Spock and 4 - The Voyage Home). We hope you'll join us as we take the nerdy and make it...less nerdy.
It came as a shock when it was announced that beloved actor and humanitarian, Leonard Nimoy had succumb to his bout with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Nimoy, was best know for his stellar role as Spock, the part Vulcan, part human science officer on Star Trek's tv series, and movie franchise. But for our broadcast, we'd like to discuss and share with our listeners, some of Leonard Nimoy's film work outside of his great character portrayal of Star Trek's Spock. We hope you'll join us on our adventure in uncovering some of the other gems in the movie career of this fine actor.
This week we join in the fun of the ongoing Kirk/Spock feud, which apparently will go on even when they're both dead. We discuss the origins of the sports anthem Rock & Roll Part 2 and talk about President Clinton's hilarious portrait with a familiar shadow and literally -- everything in between. It's another great episode of the Dave Juskow show. :)
The first half of the show we will talk about Star Trek Attack Wing fleet resources, from Black Elite Attack Dice through the new Officer Cards and every resource between. What are the best and worst for the point cost. We will also discuss the Vulcan ship NiVar and go over all the cards in the new expansion. The STAW Federation ship battle will be revealed and talked about. This is the BEST Federation STAW ship as voted by the fans on our FB page, The winner of the Assimilation Prime Target will be announced and we will give away a FREE blind booster to one lucky caller as well as OP participation prizes to every caller. For our second half we will revist Star Trek III The Search For Spock. Join us Thursday from 6:30 - 8:30pm EST, RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.......
ACO is now taking on members as Alien extraterrestrials on earth are not so different than other humanoid beings of the humankind. We are born with the basics the same as all other humanoids with a head, torso, two arms, and two legs. We all have the same brain and nervous system. We usually are born to parents and a family unit.How does one who has had various experiences that are not considered the normal for the general critical mass on earth deal with the difference? One might ask how one can confess to having different experiences in life from others? We here at the ACO Alien Contact Org are a membership club offering a platform, a forum, a fellowship support group that meets here weekly. We share Cosmos Connection from 6-8 E/5-7C on http://freedomslips.com on Studio B then we move here to discuss our Cosmos Connection ties to those connected to us down below here on this planet. We are sharing with others as associations, groups, organizations and among our friends who believe alien civilizations exist. Theresa J Morris, Founder. Thomas Becker aka Amad Painter, Bill M Tracer, Diane McClintic, Diane Dancer, share in this TJ Morris Radio Show. Others are welcome to share in our panel discussion that have a connection as a Lightworker or Truthseeker if not an experiencer, contactee, or abductee in this lifetime. We also discuss our future souls evolution that shares the various levels of understanding about out of body, near death experiences, consciousness, multi-dimensional beings, and how we can all share in the overall knowing that we are advancing in health and prosperity for all. We begin in self-improvement by changing our thoughts and being better ourselves by looking at why we are having these experiences now and what they mean. We are the ACO education research association, ACE Folklife dba ACE Nonprofit Inc. We are desiring to bring many groups to an annual conference.
This show is for those of you who are in the "trenches" of life that have little time to inform yourself about current events involving politics, people, books, etc. and how these things should and do matter in your life.
This week's episode explores:
1. What Congress can learn from the Spock-Captain Kirk symbiotic relationship, AND
2. How this can apply to our lives
Sources for this episode - LINK
We lost a legend on Friday. Join as as we share our personal memories of the man known as LEONARD NIMOY.
In 1965, he made his first appearance in the rejected Star Trek pilot The Cage, and went on to play the character of Mr. Spock until 1969, followed by eight feature films and guest slots in the various spin-off series. The character has had a significant cultural impact and garnered Nimoy three Emmy Award nominations; TV Guide named Spock one of the 50 greatest TV characters. After the original Star Trekseries, Nimoy starred in Mission: Impossible for two seasons, hosted the documentary series In Search of...,. More recently, he also had a recurring role in the science fiction series Fringe.
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