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January 21, 2018

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July 20, 2005
Funniest memory I had of James Doohan was when in the late 1990s he visited a local Seattle morning radio show (I was working for at the time) to promote his book.

One of the staff asked James to sign an autograph, which he did willingly. The staffperson who got the autograph looked at it... it was a squiggle and "Scotty". The staffer asks James "what's this say, 'Scotty'? (thinking it may have said something like "best wishes -- 'Scotty' or something like that). Doohan recoils as if this guy is the world's biggest idiot, points at his autograph and says "THAT'S my NAME! JAMES DOOHAN!"

Just the way Doohan reacted was something I'll remember for a long time.

I also recall how shocked I was that he actually didn't have the accent his character did.
July 20, 2005
As an occasional Star Trek viewer you were always the reason that I tuned in. Now you're off to a great adventure on the final frontier. I can only say that you personally enriched my youth and will always be fondly remembered.
My understanding is that you were even a better human being than an actor, and that is really saying something.
July 20, 2005
Thank you for many many years of wonderful performances and personal kindness.
July 20, 2005
Although I wasn't around when "Trek" originally aired, many generations like mine have grown up to watch you. May you rest in peace and let many more generations get to watch you.

Jared M.
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