USA says goodbye to Mr. Spock
Leonard Nimoy dies at age 83
For generations who’ve grown up on science fiction, not loving Leonard Nimoy was — as his Mr. Spock might say — highly illogical.
The actor, who died Friday at age 83, gave heart, soul and humanity to the Vulcan officer on the U.S.S. Enterprise, first in the 1960s Star Trek TV series and later in movies.
But those who watched him — and made him an icon of geeks everywhere — saw so much more, especially kid fans who grew up and passed that adoration on to their children and grandchildren.
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Source News: USA TODAY