Sep 18, 2016

Live Long and Prosper

Leonard Nimoy first saw what became the famous Vulcan salute, “live long and prosper,” as a child, long before “Star Trek” even existed. The placement of the hands comes from a childhood memory, of an Orthodox Jewish synagogue service in Boston.Feb 27, 2015

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"Live long and prosper" The accompanying spoken blessing, "live long and prosper" – "dif-tor heh smusma" in the Vulcan language (as spoken in Star Trek: The Motion Picture) – also appeared for the first time in "Amok Time", scripted by Theodore Sturgeon.

Live long and prosper - meaning and origin. - The Phrase Finder

'Live long and prosper' is an abbreviated version of a traditional Jewish religious blessing. It came to a wider public in the Star Trek TV series. It was used there by the character Mr. Spock (actor Leonard Nimoy, himself Jewish) as the greeting of the Vulcan people.

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spock saying "live long an prosper"...thats it. Star Trek TOS Season: 3 Episode: 22 "The Savage Curtain"

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When parties took their leave of each other, one party could use the phrase "Peace and long life" and still receive "Live long and prosper" as a reply. (TOS: "Is ...

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Feb 27, 2015 - Legendary actor Leonard Nimoy passed away Friday at the age of 83, and when someone of that magnitude leaves us, fans often find it hard to ...

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Feb 27, 2015 - Leonard Nimoy first saw what became the "live long and prosper" Vulcan salute as a child, long before "Star Trek" existed.

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Jun 30, 2010 - The “live long and prosper” and the lesser known Vulcan traditional response of “peace and long life” was based on the Jewish “Shalom ...

Sep 17, 2016

Life Expectancy Patterns

So if you are 68, you on average have lived about 80% of your life.

And about 80% of your running mates are still ticking.

Live Long and Prosper.  And make the best use of the years you have left.

Sep 12, 2016

DEADLINE!! SEP 15th Centennial Homecoming Celebration


Centennial Homecoming Celebration Date: 

From: Katrina Richard <

Dear Morgan Park H.S. Family Member: Unfortunately, participation and response to the Centennial Celebration Gala has been very low and time is winding down. 

*By this Thursday, September 15th*, I must have at least *_100 paid_* attendees or I will have to *CANCEL*the gala. 

I am hopeful that you will be able to join us. 

Gala Tickets ARE ON SALE NOW!!! This is an After Five Formal Affair and a Fundraiser for our Alma Mater Tickets are $100/Each and include: - 5 Hour Open Bar - Four Course Family Style Dinner - Live Entertainment and DJ - Limited Edition Keepsake - Raffle Ticket RESERVED TABLE PACKAGES AVAILABLE!!! 

*Those who purchase a whole table will receive in addition to what is already included with the Gala ticket the following: - Reserved table for 10 people - A Half Page Ad in the Program Book - 20 Carnival Passes for every table sold. 

You may purchase tickets and get more information in the following ways: 

3) Call: 773-891-5387

Thank you in Advance for your Support 

Sincerely, Katrina D. Richard, 
Committee Chair


Craig: Can you make sure this information is posted on all the Morgan Park sites today? 

Thank you 

Bill Kamenjarin  

Sep 11, 2016

We Are The Mustangs, The Mighty Mighty Mustangs

We are the Mustangs,

The Mighty Mustangs,

Everywhere we go-OOOH!

People want to Know-OOOH!

So we tell them

etc etc

Eagle Cam

An eagle's flight from the top of the world's tallest building to his handler below. On Saturday, 14th March, an eagle was fitted with a camera and released from the top of the 2,715 foot Burj Khalifa in Dubai.

The eagle has no idea where the tiny speck of land was that his handler is standing on or what it looked like among all of the other islands and buildings and people.
Somehow from that altitude, the eagle actually picks out and recognizes the trainer from all of the other objects, people, etc.

You can see him looking, looking, looking for the trainer, completely invisible to a human eye and the camera, then fold his/her wings [right at the end of the video] and then drops like a bullet straight to that trainer... very cool.

What surprised the experts is not only how efficiently the eagle spots his trainer from that altitude, but how smooth its flight is with no camera shake whatsoever, even when it goes into a power dive.

Here is the film.  Guaranteed enjoyment.

Thanks to Charles Van Liere MPHS Jan 66 for sharing.