Monthly Archives: March 2015

R.I.P. Leonard Nimoy

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My first introduction to Star Trek was a Mego Mr. Spock figure a cousin had given to me. It was a re-gift, because she was a girl and she didn’t play with boy dolls, so she tossed to me and said “You can take that.” I asked what the little blue thing on his hip was and she said, […]

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30th Anniversary of Clue

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“That’s what we’re trying to find out! We’re trying to find out who killed him, and where and with what!” Since 1949 people have been trying to figure out the answer to that particular mystery as they played the board game Clue. In 1985 though the “who, where and with what?” took on a whole different meaning, long before it […]

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