The Cat's Pajamas
One of my favorite things is when spock and bones get into a really heated argument about who is going to sacrifice themselves to save the day.
My name is Max Eisenhardt. I’ve been a Sonderkommando at Auschwitz for almost two years. I watched thousands of men, women, and children walk to their deaths. I pulled their bodies from the gas chambers. I dug out their teeth so the Germans could take their gold. And I carried them to the ovens, where I learned how to combine a child’s body with an old man’s to make them burn better. I saw my fellow workers buried alive under an avalanche of rotting corpses. I saw thousands of murdered people burning in giant outdoor pits. I have seen at least a quarter million dead human beings with my own eyes… and I couldn’t save a single one.
Gillian Anderson - TV Guide shoot, 1996
Folie à Deux
how do vulcans blow kisses like do they do jazz hands?
For The World Is Hollow and I Have Touched The Sky
"I have enjoyed living and working in the city for the past five years,” Duchovny said late Sunday night from his Kitsilano home. “It’s a lovely city, and the decision [to move] in no way reflects on the city or the people I work with.
"I’ve spent one-seventh of my life here already. The place can’t help but become part of you, and there will always be a part of me that remains.”
Vancouver Sun, March 1998