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Goodbye Scotty

Goodbye Scotty


James Doohan(1), best known for playing the engineer "Scotty" on the original Star Trek series, passed away today at the age of 85. Reportedly, Doohan has requested that his ashes be sent into space. The phrase "Beam me up, Scotty," referring to the transporter, will live on in the pop culture lexicon.
First hour guest, Star Trek consultant Richard Arnold discussed the series and the death of James Doohan. Doohan, he said, greatly enjoyed participating in the Star Trek conventions and took pride in the fact that a number of people told him they had gone into engineering because they were inspired by his character.

1. http://www.startrek.com/startrek/view/series/TOS/cast/69073.html

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