So, this episode of Star Trek always brings me to tears. This is not the entire episode but a video. God, life is short. This episode is called the Inner Light. Anyone who has not seen it should. This is the tune I want played at my funeral.

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Homos. The both of you. If I had that flute I would smash it to pieces!
Anonymous said…
wow are you a fudge packer! That is the gayest thing I have ever seen! Where are your balls?
Get some help!
Anonymous said…
An old bald guy blowing on a skin flute...looks like something you might see in the Minnesota airport men's bathroom.
G, if you did you would be smashing something that sold for $48,000 at auction. A piece of plastic. But apparently it was the only item there that brought audible applause. Christies had estimated it's value at $800-$1200. It sold for $40,000. Anon #1. F off.
operator101 said…
some people just don't get it, do they Ben? fucking retards and their hatred of quality storytelling. this episode was on WGN (god I love cable tv) two weeks ago. yes, I tivo'd it.
Anonymous said…
There's nothing quality about this storytelling. Yes, yes, Picard lived a lifetime in a matter of minutes. Anyone vaguely familiary with pulp fiction, particularly pulp science fiction, has seen this stale theme over and over and over again.
That is absurd. So the ONLY thing that matter is the story itself? HOW the story is told does not matter? How it is filmed? The music? The acting, directing and production all have NO value? Wow. I did not know that. Thank you. For man, including Patrick Stewart himself, the Inner Light, is our favorite episode in a great series. That says something.
Anonymous said…
what a prick, people never change! F off your self!
operator101 said…
you've got some supreme douchebags that comment on this blog, Ben.
Operator, tell me about it. This one douche in particular. It used to bother me but I tracked him down and now I know he is mentally ill...being a public defender I have gotten used to dealing with the ill.
Anonymous said…
Who said the storytelling is the only important thing? Operator said that. I simply stated the obvious: that the story is old and stale. As for the acting; overly dramatic, as is the star trek way. And I'm not saying that's a bad thing; it's star trek...it's supposed to be that way; but it isn't the best thing since Henry V.
Well non of that is the point. The point is this. Why bother to read this if you don't like me? Like what I like? Do you do it just to leave obnoxious litle comments? If you do it make me look bad, I don't think you succeed. You look like a world class ass. So carry on little man....
Steve said…
It's funny because I watched this episode on the same day and it almost brought tears to my eyes. However, I live in New Orleans.

I did have a question for you. I'm a 3L here and looking a job as a public defender. Thoughts?
stickpaste said…
I am such a fan of this ep.

Really enjoying reading your blog. I ran across it while looking for something about the APDA. I'm the LOA down in Juneau, Leo. Thanks for sharing.
Stever, it is a good life. Do it! Leo, thanks!
Ben: Illegitimi non carborundum.

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