On this date — April 23, 1616 — the creator of “Hamlet,” “Macbeth” and “Romeo and Juliet” left the beauty of this world. To us, he bequeathed his tragedies and comedies, his sonnets and verse, which would survive 400 years. —NYTimes
I absolutely adored Spock. Loving Dad was much more complicated.
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Synergistic Synthesis XVII Sub B1 Chair by Kenneth Smythe
Star Trek: The Next Generation Rewatch
Until next term, I have zero more unmarked assignments. #fistpump
Lie to Me: Fiction in the Post-Truth Era